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Erica Flora
10224 W 68th Way
Arvada, Colorado

Thursday, September 24

Congratulations to the following student/athletes on their selection to the Ralston Valley Girls Youth Basketball program.

8th Grade

Sydney Bevington, Jessica Gallardo, Rylee Jeffries, Emma Kenner, Savannah Piper, Haley Prey, Saya Sabus, Alina Somorin, Calaiya Vickles (Coach: Tedd Sabus)

7th Grade (Blue)

Alexa Bartell, McKenna Fitzgerald, Adrienne Harnum, Sydney McKibbon, Rachel Meeks, Ellie Musson, McKenna Nichols, Brooklyn Seymour, Bailey Wall (Coach: Brady Meeks)

 7th Grade (White)

Paige Beauchamp, Sadie Case, Laney Clark, Morgan Ducey, Carly Eldredge, Peyton Glenn, Talia Lombardi, Madison Manson, Jasmine Montour, Sophie Phillips (Coach: Chris Montour)

6th Grade (Blue)

Anna Cort, Grace Finger, Maggie Geise, Anna Nuhfer, Peyton Reed, Madison Schwartz, Abby Sexton, Rachel Valaika, Sydney Wilken (Coach: Mike Finger)

6th Grade (White)

Paige Brickle, Gabby Hartman, Riley Kline, Brooke Meeks, Natalie Phillips, Taylor Pierce, Sophia Sabus, Tatum Seymour, Finley Timon, Ashley West (Coach: Tedd Sabus)


Your coach will be contacting you shortly to confirm uniform sizes and get your choices for uniform number.

Parents - a deposit of $200 is due immediately to reserve a spot for your daughter. Please make chack payable to:


c/o Erica Flora / 10224 W. 68th Way, Arvada 80004



Saturday, July 21
Looking for the RV Boys Youth Program?

To contact the Ralston Valley Boys Youth Program, visit:

You can also access the site in the 'Links' folder in the left-hand column.




Professional athletes, by their very actions, can either be a tremendous role model or an example of bad behavior. Teaching children how to act is the responsibility of parents and coaches, while good behavior is the responsibility of the child, regardless of age. Children need to be taught that unlike some professional athletes, it is NOT alright to throw equipment in anger. It is NOT alright to question an official. It is NOT alright to criticize your teammate for a poor play. And it is NOT alright to cheat to win a game. After all, it is a game. It is okay to feel the sting of a loss, but it is unacceptable to win at all costs. The character, integrity, and reputation of that child begins with youth sports, and habits will stay with that person throughout their life. If we teach and implement lessons of sportsmanship, respect toward opponents and officials, and a healthy desire for competition, we have taught these young players how to act in ANY competitive environment, be it school, relationships, the playing field, or their career.

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