As a team, we know that everything we do and are is because of those around us. We belong to a community and appreciate those around us that make Fruitland a better place to be. To better realize this as well as to learn work ethic, meaningful service, appreciation, and our community, each player is expected to participate in volunteer service of some kind.
Coach Chase Stice
I love soccer. I love being on a team. Not just any team but a team that will do hard things together. A team that is not complacent showing up to a game to try to win. Instead, a team that is willing to prepare to win. I have so much love for these young men. I wish to see their success. We will work hard because the kind of successes I wish to see are not sought after by the lazy or complacent. We will do hard things because life is full of hard things and because everything worth while requires hard things.
Bio: I began playing soccer my Freshman year. I played all 4 years as a goalie and moved on to play defense and goalie for TVCC. I then spent 2 years in West Africa after which I pursued and achieved a Bachelors of Science in Computer Information Technology with a minor in Exercise Sports and Science. I currently work full time as a Director of IT and coach the Fruitland High School Varsity team.