About Stevensville High School
Stevensville High School is a small Class A School with approximately 350 students. In soccer, the school competes in the Southern Division which includes teams from: Corvallis, Frenchtown, Hamilton, Loyola and Stevensville. The school has both boys'- and girls' soccer programs which compete both at the J.V.- and Varsity levels. The boys' coach is Ralph Serrette. The girls' coach is Kevin Hagan and the school's athletic director is Nate Fry.
About Stevensville Sabre SoccerThe Stevensville Sabre Soccer Program is the oldest youth soccer program in the Bitterroot Valley. It was created in the Spring of 1994 to support the newly created High School soccer program. Initially, the program supported a single co-recreational team. As the years went by, the program grew to a strength of five teams (four boys' teams and a girl's team). In recent years, the program has been struggling to field teams. The demands to compete in other Spring sports and the lack of a great abundance of athletes in addition to the pull of athletes from the bigger cities make supporting Spring soccer teams at Stevensville a challenging task.
The first practice for the Stevensville Sabres is usually during the second
week of March. Competition opens with the Stevensville Spring
Classic, March 22 - 23, 2014 and ends with the State Tournament at
the end of the 2nd week in June. The divisions offered through
the Sabres' program are: U11 - U19.
Sabre soccer is competitive and it provides travelling opportunities as well as opportunities to improve on ball touches.