MVP Project Go Contest
The MVP Project Go Contest recognizes special projects that are impacting communities. Vote for the Patriot Pink Out here
for the positive impact it makes!
The top vote-getter wins a grant from MVP and a visit from Abby Wambach.
BV vs #2 Schalmont
As the #3 seed, BP played #2 Schalmont in the Sectionals Semi-Final, losing 1 - 3
BP vs #6 Hoosick Falls
BP beat Hoosick Falls in the Sectionals Quarter-Final Oct 26 1 - 0
BP vs #14 Chatham
BP beat #14 Chatham 4 - 0
on 10/23 in the first round of sectionals.
BP vs Queensbury
The varsity team thrilled in overtime to beat Queensbury 4 - 3
The JV team beat Queensbury 2 - 1 to close out their season undefeated. Congratulations on a great season!
The Modified team beat Gloversville 4 - 0 on 10/19.
Patriot Pink Out
The fifth annual Patriot Pink Out
, was held October 19 to donate funds to the American Cancer Society. Visit the Pink Out page for photos from the event.
FCI Metal Cutting and OneMain Financial are official sponsors of this years' Patriot Pink Out.
BP vs Johnstown
It was Senior Night when the varsity team beat Johnstown 4 - 0
on 10/17. The JV team also beat Johnstown 4 - 0
Team Andy Awareness
For Awareness Day during Spirit Week, the JV team wore t-shirts for Coach Simonds' son Andy, who was recently diagnosed with diabetes. The shirts have Andy's name and a Stop Diabetes handprint logo. You can see the pictures on the right side of this page.
BP vs Hudson Falls
The varsity team beat Hudson Falls 6 - 0
on 10/10. The JV team also beat Hudson Falls, 6 - 1
Oct 9 Game Recaps
The JV team beat Schuylerville 2 - 0 on 10/9 in a non-league game. The modified team beat Johnstown 2 - 0.
BP vs South Glens Falls
The varsity team lost to South Glens Falls 2 - 5
on 10/7. The JV team won their match against South Glens Falls, 2 - 0.
BP vs Scotia-Glenville
The varsity team beat Scotia-Glenville 2 - 0
on 10/3. The JV team also beat Scotia-Glenville, 2 - 1.
The modified team beat Gloversville 2 - 1.
Patriot Pink Out Donation
The Wilcox Family (Brian, Kristen, Madison, & Tucker) have made a large donation to the Patriot Pink out to help support a cure for cancer. The Wilcox’s have been part of the BP soccer family for many years and they want to acknowledge the 2011 State Championship team and what they accomplished both on and off the field. Tucker also recently donated his hair to Locks of Love
. His hair was used to make a wig for an individual currently battling cancer. Thank you Tucker for your selfless act of kindness. You have made a difference!
Where in the World?
Check out our map that shows where the B-P Soccer flag
has been spotted. Send Coach Henry your photos with the B-P Soccer flag!
BP grad Tucker Wilcox was named Liberty League Rookie of the Week
his first week playing for Clarkson.
Alumni Kick Around
A number of graduated BP players came to the annual alumni kick around Aug 9.
BYC Skills Camp
The 2013 BYC Soccer Skills Camp was held July 22-26. 115 boys and girls from ages 5 to 17 years old participated.
B-P wins national award
The Patriot Pink Out video is one of only 15 videos in the country to receive the prestigious Award of Excellence, out of 135 submissions. Read the announcement on the BPCSD website
MVP Game Changer
Check out the pictures and video on the Community page
of Coach Henry as one of the top 10 nominees in MVP Healthcare's Game Changer contest of people who go above and beyond to make our communities better and healthier. He got to meet gold medalist Abby Wambach November 10th.
2012 Patriot Pink Out
The fourth annual Patriot Pink Out
, BP soccer's fundraiser for Cancer charity, was held October 18.
A huge crowd gathered at Partriot Field wearing pink to enjoy the soccer games, halftime fireworks and a concert by The Refrigerators.
The varsity team had a 7-0 win over Johnstown. The JV team won 2-0 against Hudson Falls.
2011 State Champions!
BP beat Wheatley 1-0 to become the Class B State Champions Nov 20, 2011!
Check out photos from the game and celebration on Walt Rafferty's Flickr page.
Thanking Our Supporters
Thank You to our many supporters who have helped us get where we are now!
If you are interested in supporting the B-P Boys Soccer program and would like more details, please contact Coach Henry.
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