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Eastlake Girls Soccer: Wolf News
Eastlake Girls Soccer

Thursday, August 28
2014 Previous Game Highlights
Stay tuned for Varsity updates about one week after the games.

Monday, November 4
Concussion Overview

Did you know that girls soccer has the second most number of high school sports concussions? Confused about concussions? Read this overview.

Thanks to the Grinslade for finding this. Unfortunately, they did this research as both Gabby and Jojo have concussions. Get well quickly, girls. 

 http://www.upmcphysicianresources.com/files/dmfile/S725-UPMC_Restore_Concussion_SpecEd_11.pdf

 



Youth Sports – Head Injury Guidelines And Procedures - “The Lystedt Law” HB 1824
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Recently, the state of Washington passed HB 1824, “The Lystedt Law,” which is a concussion and head injury management law. Within this law is a component for High Schools, which includes its coaches, parents, student-athletes and the athletic organizations which utilize the high schools.
Below is a link to a website for more information regarding the Lystedt Law:
http://www.wiaa.com/ConcussionManagement/default.htm
This law states that “all athletes and the parent(s)/guardian(s) of those athletes sign and return an information sheet relating to the nature and risk of concussion or head injury.”
Please print and review the Parent/Athlete Information Sheet (POSTED ON THE HANDOUT PAGE) and return a signed copy to your coach your first game.
In the upcoming seasons, we will add this information to the eligibility packets for your future review and sign off.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Brent Kawaguchi, Athletic Director for Eastlake High School.


Handout: Concussion Form

Thursday, September 15
Shopping at Safeway = $$$ for Eastlake Girls Soccer! Escrip is quick, easy and free!



Eastlake Girls Soccer has an Escrip account and we'd like to encourage everyone to enroll....just follow the link by clicking on the headline. All you have to do is input your Safeway club card number. Don't know it? No worries! Just call Safeway at 1-800-723-3929 to get your number.

We are raising money for both this year and next. Your help ensures that your soccer player will have a robust and competitive program to participate in. The benefits to being an active participant in High School athletics are innumerable!

Don't wait! Call Safeway for your number then come back to this site to follow the link to Escrip. Fundraising doesn't get any easier! All funds generated via this easy fundraiser go into the Eastlake Girls Soccer general fund. This is free and everyone utilizes several of the services provided, so please enroll today and forward to your friends and families! You can designate several groups in your account so no need to choose favorites!

Group Name: Eastlake Girls Soccer             Group ID: 500006643

Thanks for your support!



Friday, June 29
Playing Youth Sports Helps Women in Their Careers

Tuesday, May 20
Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick Pride of the Pack Scholarship

Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick Pride of the Pack Scholarship

 

The EHS Girls Soccer Booster Club is pleased to offer the Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick Pride of the Pack Scholarship! This $500 award goes to seniors who have actively participated in the Eastlake High School Girls Soccer Program as a player/manager/trainer for at least two seasons in the last four years and one of those seasons was during their senior year – as well as having maintained a 3.0 GPA. This scholarship is given in honor of late Phyllis June Kirkpatrick. Ms. Kirkpatrick and her family moved to Sammamish in 1991 where her kids went to school and she became actively involved in the community. She loved soccer, even in the rain, and was known to be a “fair but tough” defender in her playing days as well. Scholarship applications are in the counselor's office at school (Applications are due by April 17th). An independent scholarship committee will assess applications received and will announce this year's recipient at the end of May. Once the scholarship winner has enrolled in school in the fall, the EHS Boosters will send the award directly to the school. Questions can be directed to Michelle Grinslade, EHS Girls' Soccer Booster President - mgrinslade@Hotmail.com.




 
 
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