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Congratulations Coach Leviton
United Soccer Coaches
2018 High School National
Assistant Coach of the Year


ALL Physicals/Drug & Alcohol Forms
DUE Before Conditioning Starts!


School Wide Sports Physicals
Tuesday, January 8th, 6:00 PM
Main Gym Lobby
Cost is $10 Cash Only
Make sure you have your
DragonFly Account set up

 

Congratulations Parkview Girls

2018 AAAAAAA GHSA
STATE CHAMPIONS


2018 Girls Soccer National Champions
#1 in the Nation - MaxPreps
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#1 in the Nation - United Soccer
Coaches Association (Former NSCAA)

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Georgia Gatorade Girls Player of the Year

Nieva Gaither

 

United Soccer Coaches Association
Girls All-State (All-American)
Player of the Year

Nieva Gaither
 

United Soccer Coaches Association
Girls All-South Region
Conference Players

Sara Halilhodzic
Nieva Gaither

 

Parkview Soccer Uniforms Make

Their Way to Honduras
 

Parkview Soccer Personal
Information Form
Click for Form

 

 
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In 2005, Coach Tracy Crouch took over for Coach Bostick and led Parkview boys to another State 5A Championship , and finished the season ranked #2 in the nation. Coach Albertus continued adding to the success of the program with another title for the girls in 2005 as well, making this the second time in school history for both varsity teams to win simultaneous State Championships.

In 2007, Coach Michael Tolmich took over the boys program, and Coach Judson Hamby took over the reins for the girls team. The success of the program continues today under their leadership, as both the boys and girls teams have won three consecutive Region Titles in 2007, 2008, 2009. Coach Hamby has led the girls to three consecutive State Championship titles (2007, 2008, 2009) and in 2008 finished the season ranked #1 in the nation. As a result, in 2009 Coach Hamby was named NSCAA National Coach of the Year. Collectively, the boys and girls teams have won 13 State Championship titles, in the past 17 years.