Girls 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 soccer program has a team of core players that compete in the games, and a development group for less experienced players. Varsity soccer competes against third and fourth squads of area high schools, and in November, they participate in a tournament at Indian Mountain School to cap off the season.

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Score Alerts
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Amherst Middle School
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Amherst Middle School Away
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Williston Northampton School
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Twin Valley Middle School
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Twin Valley Middle School Away
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Rectory School
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Rectory School Away
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Twin Valley Middle School
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon
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Northfield Mount Hermon Away
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Deerfield Academy
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Bement School - North End Fields Home
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Brattleboro Union High School
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Brattleboro Union High School Away
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Deerfield Academy
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Deerfield Academy Away
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Williston Northampton School
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Williston Northampton School Away
Girls Varsity Soccer
Indian Mountain School soccer tournament
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Away
Girls Varsity Soccer vs.
Northfield Mount Hermon
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Bement School - North End Fields Home

Coaches

  • Jon Scagel

    Mr. Scagel is the Superintendent of Schools for Pioneer Valley Regional School District. He holds both a Master of Business Administration degree and an undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts. Additionally, he has 60 graduate level credits in education and business.

    Mr. Scagel holds a USSF "E" National Coaching License. He has coached two consecutive U19 State Games of America National Championship teams as well as having coached the West Scholastic Bay State Games soccer team for six years, winning three consecutive gold medals. Mr. Scagel has coached numerous high school teams in Western Mass, and currently coaches a nationally ranked U15 premier club team.

    Mr. Scagel is a Bement parent. He lives in Hatfield with his wife, Stephanie, and their four children.

  • Benjamin Tufano

    Mr. Tufano has an Associate's degree in Science, and is working towards a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science. He enjoys working with children because every child is different; therefore, he likes to find ways in which he can connect with each child based on his or her individual strengths. Mr. Tufano has coached two years of baseball, and played three years of varsity soccer, and was named an all-league player.