Registration for Spring 2015 ICE is now OPEN online. Registration will close on February 18th.
In-person registration will be available Saturday January 31st and Saturday February 14th from 10am-1pm at Fruitport Township Hall.
Players must be 4 years old by August 1st 2014 to be eligible to play this Spring.
Players that played in the Fall of 2014 will be placed in the same division for Spring.
Coaches will contact players by April 1st. The first game of the season is April 18th.
Registration for U5/U6/U8 is $45.00 per player per season.
U10 and up is $55.00 per player per season. U10 and up players will need to select a jersey for $25.00 when registering if they do not already have one. Players may wear these for any ICE team for any season.
Any other questions or concerns please contact: email@example.com .
Chicago State University D-1 Women's Soccer has signed:
Fruitport Fire's- Jordyn Stanberry (Fruitport HS) and Gabby Klemp (Reeths Puffer HS)
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Gabby Klemp (Muskegon, Mich./Reeths-Puffer HS)
The 5-4 goalkeeper broke the Reeths-Puffer High School record for career shutouts during her junior season. As a sophomore, she won the Unsung Hero award as voted by her teammates while making All-Area Honorable Mention. The team won the district championship her sophomore season and Klemp tied the school record for shutouts in a season. As a junior, the goalkeeper made the Muskegon Area All-Area Dream Team, Muskegon Area All-District First Team and Muskegon Area OK Black All-Conference. On the club level, Klemp played for the Fruitport Fire Elite and won the Petoskey Tournament 2009-11. She also played for the RP Select team in 2011-12 before rejoining the Fruitport Fire Elite in 2013-14, winning the Mild Cup Tournament Championship. Academically, Klemp made the honor roll, was a member of the National Honor Society, won the Citizenship Award and was an Impact leadership group member.
Jordyn Stanberry (Grand Haven, Mich./Fruitport HS)
The 5-3 center back had a banner junior year at Fruitport High School which included being named to the All-Area Dream Team, All-Region First Team and All-State Honorable Mention after scoring a career-high three goals. As a sophomore, Stanberry made the All-Conference First Team and All-District First Team. During her freshman season, she made the All-District Second Team as her team won the conference championship. A member of the Fruitport Fire from 2004-13, Stanberry was a part of the 2006 Mild Cup Championship and 2008 Petsokey Soccer Tournament Championship teams. While at Fruitport High School, she was an honor roll student and an AP Scholar.