The Fort Lee Soccer League, which includes hundreds of children from five to 14 years old, is also doing its part to help hurricane victims.
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Friday, November 9, 2012
The Fort Lee Soccer League is one of finest local athletic programs in North Jersey. It provides opportunities for more than 600 children ages five to 14 from Fort Lee and other local communities. These children are offered development programs, in-town teams, travel teams and summer camp programs. Recently, the Fort Lee Soccer League has also shown that it has a “heart” and wants to be an integral part of the community. They have reached out to the Fort Lee High School soccer program and worked with the coaches to bring the programs “in sync” with each other to share equipment and work together so that young soccer players are more prepared to integrate into the high school programs. The Fort Lee Soccer League has been working on …
The Lady Bridgemen volleyball team is holding its first home state playoff match since 1996. It had to be moved from Wednesday to Thursday, people are still urged to bring relief items for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
This article was updated at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. Fort Lee freshman volleyball coach James Puliatte said Wednesday that because Lakeland is currently getting snow, the volleyball game and relief efforts planned for Wednesday have been pushed back a day. "The weather Gods have spoken," Puliatte said, adding that "all the original activities/relief efforts are still a go." Editor’s Note: Puliatte submitted the following to Patch for publication. Be sure to read the “Cliff Notes” at the end; Puliatte admits he tends to write long messages: Tomorrow (Wednesday), the Girl's Varsity Volleyball Team will be playing their first home state playoff game in almost 20 years. The match is 5pm at FLHS, and we are holding a pre-match rally for students/…