This year, every fall varsity team has completed or committed to a community service and team bonding project. “Cultivating community is one of our core values which I take very seriously,” said Jeaney Garcia, our Bosque School athletic director. “We are proactively engaging with the larger community in a meaningful way.”
Boys soccer—led by head coach Morgen McBrayer—supported New Mexico United, and player Michael Azira, by hosting a Michael Azira Youth Foundation Skills Competition. The competition was a huge success. The team raised over $3,000—much greater than their initial goal.
Cross country—led by head coach Lauren Patton—has raised $500 by volunteering at two local races: the RunFit Sunflower Run at Casa Rodena and the TyRUNosaurus Race at the Natural History Museum.
Girls soccer—led by head coach Johnny Moya—held a booth last Friday at Fall Fiesta. They raised over $300 by volunteering at the glitter tattoo booth.
Girls volleyball—led by head coach Alyson Murphy—will host the annual Dig Pink volleyball games on Tuesday, October 11. Everyone is invited to come in pink gear and cheer on our teams as they raise money to support the Side Out Foundation. They will donate funds from admissions at the door, and concessions. They will also take donations on the fundraising webpage and at the game. Feel free to share the link with friends and family to help the team meet their fundraising goal and help as many people dealing with breast cancer as possible.
Coach Garcia is grateful for all the head coaches who are making this happen!