Boys: Tuesday's & Thursday's starting 11/27 from 2:30 - 3:30pm on PRHS Stadium Track
Girls: Tuesday's/Wednesday's/Thursday's starting 11/27 from 2:30 - 3:30pm on PRHS Practice Field
*Bring cleats, running shoes, & water each day.
*You cannot participate until you have a GCPS Athletic Physical including insurance information on file with the PRHS Athletic Department.
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2018-2019 Important Dates for Parents & Prospective Players
The Peachtree Ridge Lions Soccer family mourns the loss of 2012 graduate, Daryl Sack. Daryl was a four year soccer player and standout goal keeper for the Lions.
"In lieu of flowers we are requesting memorial donations to a Peachtree Ridge High School soccer scholarship that has been set up in Daryl's honor. Donations can be sent to Peachtree Ridge High School, c/o The Daryl Sack "Spirit of a Lion" Scholarship, 1555 Old Peachtree Road NW, Suwanee, GA 30024. Electronic scholarship donations can also be made through the Sack family PayPal account at firstname.lastname@example.org and will be re-directed to the fund." (The Sack Family)
Daryl will be greatly missed, never forgotten, and always a Lion.
Senior midfielder Dalton Seckinger received multiple POTY honors concluding his 2018 senior campaign with the Lions. Seckinger tallied a school record 23 goals on his way to earning Gwinnett Goal Club and Gwinnett Daily Post Boys Player of the Year honors. In addition, Seckinger was selected to the United Soccer Coaches All Region Team consisting of the top-8 players in the State of Georgia for all classifications.
See full articles below...
Peachtree Ridge 1, So Forsyth 2
Cumming — The semifinals were the furthest the Lions had ever been in the Class 7A playoffs, but their improbable run ended after they failed to respond to a late goal from the South Forsyth War Eagles.
The semifinals were two rounds further than any boys soccer team from Peachtree Ridge had ever advanced. The lone goal was scored by Dalton Seckinger who played the game even after been diagnosed with deep bruises to his ribs.
The Lion's finish the season with a very good 14-6-2 record
Read the complete article in GDP here.
Peachtree Ridge 3, Walton 2
MARIETTA — The Lions boys soccer playoff matchup against the Walton High School Raiders was decided by penalty kicks after a 2-2 draw in regulation on Saturday. On what would be the seventh and final penalty attempt from the Raiders, Desai read the shot, then dove to his left, kicking the ball away with his right foot.
The boys move on the Semi final game on Tuesday night against South Forsyth. The Lion's record improves to 14-5-2
Read the full article at GDP here.