2016 PRFH Fall Registration ** UPDATED

2016 PRFH Fall Youth Program (Grades K-6 in Fall)

2016 PRFH Fall Field Hockey Flyer

REGISTER: http://leagues.bluesombrero.com/prfieldhockey

We are excited to announce a new format for
our fall youth program!!

Grades K-2 HockeyTykes Academy
Open to Girls in Grades K-2
Pine-Richland High School Stadium
Sundays 3-4pm
Sept. 11,18,25 and Oct. 2,9,16,23
Fee: $75
(T-shirt included)
Focus on the fundamentals of field hockey including basic stick skills and game play.
Required Equipment: field hockey stick, shin guards, mouth guard.
Players can borrow a stick on-site.

Grades 3-4 StickStarz Jr. League
Open to Girls in Grades 3-4
Pine-Richland High School Stadium
Sundays
Aug. 28, 3-4:30pm
Sept. 11,18,25 & Oct. 2,9,16,23, 4-5pm
Fees: $85 + $15 for reversible game jersey
(T-shirt included)
The program kicks off with a clinic to introduce new players to the sport and provide a refresher for returning players.
League participants will be organized into teams coached by former field hockey players with club and collegiate playing experience.
Players will learn fundamental skills and field sense with league games and games versus other area programs.
Required Equipment: field hockey stick, shin guards, mouth guard.
Goggles optional.
Players can borrow a stick on-site.

Grades 5-6 StickStarz League $85
Open to Girls in Grades 5-6
Pine-Richland High School Stadium
Sundays
Aug. 28, 4:30-6pm
Sept. 11,18,25 & Oct. 2,9,16,23, 5-6pm
Fees: $85 + $15 for reversible game jersey
(T-shirt included)
The program kicks off with a clinic to introduce new players to the sport and provide a refresher for returning players.
League participants will be organized into teams coached by former field hockey players with club and collegiate playing experience.
Players will learn fundamental skills and field sense with league games and games versus other area programs.
Required Equipment: field hockey stick, goggles, shin guards, mouth guard.
Players can borrow a stick on-site.

2016 PRHS 1000s Club

High school players are required to complete the 1000s club program over the summer and bring their completed forms to the first day of tryouts.

Completing the skills and conditioning over the course of the summer months readies players for tryouts and the season.

See below for our PRFH YouTube Channel for the skills playlists.

Players can either follow a self paced conditioning program or register for the summer team training program.

Print off the Tracking Sheets below to keep track of your skills and conditioning over the summer.

PRFH 1000s Club Guidelines

2016 PRFH 1000s Club Field Player Tracking Sheet

1000s Club Field Player YouTube Playlist

2016 PRFH 1000s Club Goalie Tracking Sheet

1000s Club Goalie YouTube Playlist

2016 PRFH Summer Conditioning Tracking Sheet

2016 PRFH Summer Team Training Registration Form (NextLevel)

PRFH Self Paced Conditioning Program

2015 NFHCA High School National Academic Squad

2015 National Field Hockey Coaches
Association / Keith Waldman –
Optimal Performance Associates
High School National Academic Squad

We are proud to announce that Sammi Pavlecic and Hannah Reiling have been named to the 2015 NFHCA / Keith Waldman – Optimal Performance Associates High School National Academic Squad.  In addition, Hannah is recognized as a Scholar of Distinction.

The National Academic Squad program recognizes those high school seniors and juniors who have achieved a minimum cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.5 out of 4.0 or the equivalent through the first quarter of the 2015-16 school year.

Seniors and juniors who have achieved a minimum cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.9 out of 4.0 or the equivalent through the first quarter of the 2015-16 school year have been recognized as Scholars of Distinction.

Congratulations to Sammi and Hannah on this achievement!

Post Gazette North Feature Athlete of the Week

Field Hockey: North Feature Athlete – Pine-Richland’s Molly Rottinghaus

Written by Joe Koch on Sunday, 20 September 2015 12:50 pm.

Name: Molly Rottinghaus
School: Pine-Richland
Grade: 10
Sport: Field Hockey
Position: Midfield

Background: Molly started playing field hockey a year ago. Previously, she had played soccer. Molly was the recipient of the “Ram Award” at the team banquet a year ago. She has participated in the USA Field Hockey Futures Program and was selected to play on the Under-16 level at the National Field Hockey Tournament this past spring in Lancaster. Molly is on the Pine-Richland track team where she lettered as a sprinter. She is involved with Student Government, the Best Buddies program, Key Club and FOCUS Pittsburgh. Molly is the oldest of four children, and she comes from a family of coaches. Her great-grandfather coached at Penn Hills and her grandfather coached high school football in Ohio. Her aunt coaches high school field hockey in Kent, Ohio, and Molly hopes to play field hockey in college.

Coach Donna Stephenson said: “Molly is a gifted athlete with explosive speed on the ball. With her tremendous field sense, she is able to build the play for her team and sets up her teammates with great passes. So far this season, Molly has had one goal and one assist. She cares for her teammates.”

Hannah Reiling Named GetGo Scholar Athlete of the Week

We are proud to announce that Athletic Director Mr. Josh Shoop and High School Principal Mrs. Nancy Bowman nominated Hannah Reiling for the GetGo Scholar Athlete Award.  She will be recognized before the PR v. NA football game on Friday, Sept. 11.  In addition to being a stellar student and a Senior Captain of our varsity field hockey team, Hannah is President of Interact Club, Vice President of Key Club, Secretary of Future Business Leaders of America, and a member of National Honors Society.

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