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Parent and student volunteers are needed this Friday for the Spring Thing game at Hope's Van Andel Stadium. High School Seniors: this is a good opportunity to earn community service hours! At this time, we still need help with merchandise sales, ticket sales, raffle ticket sales and cleanup. Please sign up on Shiftboard: https//www.shiftboard.com/brps/ or contact Maria Carrizles-Alonzo at email@example.com.
THAT SPRING THING
Join us as we celebrate the Girls' Varsity Soccer team
as they take on Lawton on
Friday, May 13th, 2016
At the Hope College Van Andel Soccer Stadium
Pregame activities begin at 5:30 with tailgating across from the soccer stadium. Gates for the game open at 6:30 with kick-off at 7:00. During the half time show the winner of the 50/50 raffle will be announced.
Events and Activities:
- Face Painting
The event is sponsored by the BR Athletic Boosters. Please visit BRPSports.org for more information! Are you short on Community Service Hours? If you would like to volunteer and have some fun, please contact:
- Maria Carrizales-Alonzo at 616-405-4405 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- or sign up to volunteer on Shiftboard
• Free for all Black River Students and kids 5 & under
• General Admission is $5.00
• Reserved Seating is $8.00.
On Saturday, April 23, the Lady Rats won 2 games and tied 1 to win their home tournament with the best record. The early game saw the rats explode for 4 goals beating Delton Kellogg 4-2. Ashlynn Seymour led the way with 3 goals in the game against Delton Kellogg, Kayla Brothers added 1 goal. In the second game of the day, the Rats took on North Muskegon and played to a physical 0-0 draw. Whitehall was the final opponent of the day and the Rats needed a win in order to secure the best record of the day. The first half ended in a 0-0 tie as both teams had great scoring chances. The Rats were able to break the tie and take a 1-0 lead early in the second half on a goal by Abby Frankhouse. The Frankhouse goal stood up as the Rats won 1-0. Black River is now riding a 4 game streak without a loss as it takes on Hopkins at Hopkins on Monday, April 25 at 4:30.