Fairmont Boys Varsity Soccer

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Our mission is to build upon a program that radiates joy, competitiveness and resolve, that transforms boys into young men of character and produces a Varsity team competing at the highest level.

We expect to compete for conference championships and post-season wins every year because of our devotion to the process.  Through player development, a commitment to fitness, and driving a culture of competition, resilience and grit, we will achieve our goals and make our community proud.

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SUMMER CAMPS 2019

Come train with the Firebirds this summer! ►►►►► 2019 Summer Sports Camp Info and Registration Form (4.25.19) UPDATED 4/25/19

MEN’S SOCCER PLAYER/PARENT MEETING

Fairmont High School Men’s Soccer Player/Parent Meeting   Who:  All current 8th – 11th graders interested in playing soccer next fall. What:  Men’s Soccer Off-Season Update Where:  Fairmont High School Commons When:  Monday, February 11 – 5:30 pm   Come meet the new coaching staff and find out about the off-season schedule, player expectations and

Men’s Soccer Update

The Fairmont Athletic Department is proud to introduce Neil Craft as the next head coach of the men’s soccer program.  Neil comes to Fairmont after being on staff with Dayton Christian High School for the previous four years.  In his time at Dayton Christian, the Warriors had the most successful four-year stretch in program history,

JV Wins, Varsity Falls Each by a Goal to Dayton Christian

The Fairmont men’s JV soccer team topped Dayton Christian on Thursday, 1-0, with the lone goal scored by freshman Julian Doninger. Junior Abdollah Alazzawi and sophomore Nik Aregood played roles in the creation of that goal, helping JV to its fourth win of the season. It also was junior goalkeeper Carter Haas’ fifth shutout of the

Fairmont Rallies Past Wayne to Win 3-1

Despite the summer-like temperatures, the Fairmont men’s varsity soccer team came out cold against Wayne on Tuesday night, giving up a soft first-half goal just a few minutes into the game. But thankfully, the Birds warmed up as the game moved to the second half, scoring their first goal with 28 minutes to play. Senior captain Peyton Barnes

Firebirds Top Springfield to Win Second Straight

The Fairmont men’s varsity soccer team posted its second straight shutout Tuesday night, blanking Springfield, 2-0 at Fairmont Park Stadium. Three minutes into the second half, senior captain Peyton Barnes got the ball in the offensive end, drove past two defenders into the right side of the box, then hit a beautiful low shot to the

Birds Beat Rams 3-0

The Fairmont men’s varsity soccer team traveled to Washington Township on Tuesday to play Miami Valley School and came away with a long-overdue victory, beating the Rams 3-0. The Birds scored first on a play that reminded some of a certain U8 Metro Rapids team from way back. Senior Trevor Conlon sprinted up to the center of

Elks Edge Birds 1-0

The Fairmont men’s varsity soccer team put up a great fight against an undefeated Centerville team Thursday night, but fell short by one goal. The Firebirds defense, led by senior Trevor Conlon, was strong throughout the game, shutting down through balls and cutting off angled passes by the Elks. Each Fairmont player contributed to the team effort,

Birds Split Games Against Miamisburg

The Fairmont JV men’s soccer team beat its Miamisburg counterparts 2-1 on Tuesday, while the varsity Birds lost 3-1. Freshman Julian Doninger and junior Abdollah Alazzawi scored for the junior Fairmont squad, the latter on a sweet corner from freshman Ryan Schreck, for JV’s second straight win. The Fairmont varsity came up short against the Vikings, with the

JV Gets First Win, Tops Oak Hills 1-0

On a windy, cold and extremely wet Saturday, the Fairmont JV men’s soccer team showed some spark and spirit by grinding out its first victory over a solid Oak Hills team. Junior Kwizera Mutebutsi netted the only goal of the game, which turned out to be the winner for the Birds, after being assisted with a great directional header from sophomore