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Playing football is very simple, but playing simple football is the hardest thing there is!

Johan Cruyff

All for one, and one for all!

U16 Girls, National Champions

On and Off the Field is where True Gentlemen are revealed...

U16 Boys National Champions

A Bad Place for you to be is between Me and the Ball!

Maddi E.

A champion is someone who does not settle for that day’s practice, that day’s competition, that day’s performance. They are always striving to be better.

Matthew E.

Kicking and Running while still looking stunning!

Stephanie E.

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Never let good enough, Be Enough!

Thank You to the Hightower Family

PBFC Hammerheads thanks the Hightower Family for their $500 donation in Memory of Mr. Kenneth Bowers
The Original Soccer Dad!




Are you brave enough to play with us?

Click the link below to the see the PBFC-Hammerheads Video.

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PBFC Hammerheads Team Physician (Dr.
Michael P. Feanny, MD, FRCS(C) is one of
the most knowledgeable medical practitioners in the United States.  Total Orthopedic Care staff has over 120 years of medical experience ranging from ACL injuries of the knee and labral tears of the shoulder to concussions, spine disorders, and sports related medical disorders.


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High School Soccer Players:


You probably spend a great deal of time all year training to improve your skills, fitness, and game play...So, what are you doing to prepare for college soccer admission?


NCAA Rules require you to take specific CORE Courses to be eligible to play in college.
NCAA Rules require you to maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average.
NCAA Rules require you to take the SAT test and achieve a specific score to receive a scholarship.
Most colleges have a sliding admission scale...factoring in both SAT scores and high school GPA.

COLLEGE SOCCER... Things to Know.

1. Send a letter early (or right now) to the college coaches at schools you are considering attending.
2. In the letter include contact information, year of high school graduation, and playing awards/history.
4. Ask the coach to send you the school requirements for admission.
5. Ask the coach about their recruiting needs for your year of graduation and if scholarship is available.
6. You should watch the college team play, so you know their level of play, system, coaching methods.
7. Many high school recruits are unrealistic about their goals. Everyone can't play division 1 !!!
8. GET YOUR ACADEMICS IN ORDER NOW ! Coaches want responsible students that they don't have to follow around to get them to attend class and stay NCAA Eligible. YOU become a much better prospect for the college coach to support with admissions if you have a good academic record.
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