Boys Varsity Soccer

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Overview

Soccer is a popular sport at Bement. There is a focus on learning the fundamentals of soccer from the ground up. This means an emphasis on passing, controlling the ball, and superb fitness. The varsity team currently competes against third and fourth squads of area high schools. They cap off the season by participating in the annual Eaglebrook Soccer Tournament in November.

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Score Alerts
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Westminster School
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Twin Valley Middle School
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Twin Valley Middle School Away
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Rectory School
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Rectory School Away
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Twin Valley Middle School
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Valley View
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Eaglebrook School
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Deerfield Academy
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Brattleboro Union High School
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Brattleboro Union High School Away
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Williston Northampton School
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Williston Northampton School Away
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Deerfield Academy
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Deerfield Academy Away
Boys Varsity Soccer
Eaglebrook Soccer Tournament
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Eaglebrook School Away
Boys Varsity Soccer vs.
Eaglebrook School
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Eaglebrook School Away

Coaches

  • Bartlett alexAlex Bartlett
    Head Coach
    Alex Bartlett has been running around on Bement fields since he started as a student in third grade. Today, he is the Athletic Director, the upper school chorus director, and the health teacher. As an avid athlete himself, Mr. Bartlett coaches soccer, basketball, and golf and loves the spirit of competition.
  • Eli Jarvis

    Mr. Jarvis is a graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. He currently works at the Frontier Regional School in special education. He is orginally from Deerfield and went to school in the area. He is excited to work with students who are familiar with soccer, and also those who are having their first experience with the game as he made some of his best friends growing up on the soccer field. Through his work with students, Mr. Jarvis loves to see the positive social emotional benefits that sports can have on young people.

  • Potter davidDavid Potter
    David "Doc" Potter came to Bement in the summer of 2013. He is the fourth member of his family to be affiliated with Bement: his father attended Bement, his mother taught here, and one of his older sisters is a Bement graduate. Before becoming a dorm parent, coach, and working in the admission office, Mr. Potter helped open a restaurant in Colchester, VT. He also was an editor and manager of a sports website while living in Portland, ME. Mr. Potter enjoys watching sports of all kinds with his wife, Jesse, and going on long walks with his dog.