Saturday, September 22nd

Holt
vs.
Haslett High School

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2018 Boys Varsity
9/22Haslett High School
9/24Dewitt High School
9/26Grand Ledge High School
10/2OPEN DATE
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2018 Boys Varsity
9/17East Lansing High SchoolT
9/15St. Johns High SchoolW
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2018 Boys Varsity
Overall:7W2L1T
Conference:3W0L1T
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Holt High School is located in Holt, Michigan and is a MHSAA Division 1 school participating in the Capital Area Activities Conference - Blue Division. The teams which make up the conference include: East Lansing, Everett, Grand Ledge, Jackson, Waverly, Okemos, Dewitt and Holt.

If you are looking for information on YOUTH SOCCER (Holt Jr. Rams for ages U9-U19), please visit Holt-Dimondale Soccer Organization at www.holtsoccer.org .




Senior Night 9/12/18

Reminder******Wednesday September 12th is senior night. Please come out and cheer on the Holt Men's Soccer Team and our Senior soccer players. JV game starts at 5PM with the Varsity game to follow. Prior to the Varsity game their will be a short ceremony highlighting the senior players and their families.

Can drive 9/8/18

Holt Men's Soccer will be doing a returnable can drive on Saturday September 8th at 12:00 till 4:00PM. Please meet at the high school near the soccer field at noon.

For parent we will be returning the cans at the Mason Meijer and will be back to the high school by 4PM.

Compete for a cause 9/1/18

Dear Holt Soccer Parents,

We are so excited to have all 4 high schools participating in the 7h Annual Compete for a Cause soccer events scheduled for Saturday, September 22 at Okemos and the Compete for a Cause 5K scheduled for Saturday, September 15 in Mason.

 The goal of the events is to raise funds and awareness supporting the research and treatment of childhood cancer. Half of the money raised will remain local to assist children battling here at home and half will be donated to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation – an impressive national organization that is the largest (non-government) funder of childhood cancer research grants.

For those of you who have had the opportunity to participate in Compete for a Cause in years past, you know that it is an amazing night for the teams, parents and fans. We expect this year to be even better! This year’s goal is to raise $60,000 for childhood cancer. It has been incredible to see what our donations funded last year. The MSU Pediatric Oncology Clinic was able to finish many projects to make the clinic more welcoming to kids receiving treatment. We also have been able to directly support families of several local children that are being treated at C.S. Mott in Ann Arbor and DeVoss in Grand Rapids.

  In addition to supporting our local childhood cancer families, our donations to St. Baldrick’s have resulted in some amazing discoveries this past year. One of the most exciting highlights of this year was the FDA’s approval of Kymriah. Developed with help from St. Baldrick’s funding, this treatment is the first of its kind – a living drug – that helps the immune system attack only cancerous cells. 83% of patients receiving this therapy have gone into remission so far, and two-thirds remain in remission one year later. More kids will be cured because you supported this research. For this year’s events to be successful, we are depending on the soccer parents from each school to volunteer and help this worthy cause. Please follow the links below to sign up for any of the volunteer opportunities:

5K @ Mason High School on Saturday, September 15: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b044aa4aa22a3fb6-compete

Soccer Events @ Okemos High School on Saturday, September 22: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b044aa4aa22a3fb6-compete1

Thank you for all you do to support the fight against childhood cancer!

Pam Duren, Kevin Gunns and Lisa Dippel

Compete for a Cause

Holt Varsity Soccer scores winning goal with seconds left on the clock 8/21/18

Holt Varsity Soccer scored on a dramatic corner kick finding the back of the net off the head of Senior Nicholas Campos. With less than one minute remaining Holt scored the game winning goal against a tough Mason High School team.

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