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On-line Registration for 2022-2023 Football Season Starts Sunday, May 9, 2022

Register Online and complete all athletic paperwork (including physical) electronically for the Spring/Summer pre-season and the Fall Season through Final Forms starting May 9th. Final forms can be found on the RHS website.  All incoming 9th graders will need to create an account with final forms and select the 2022-23 school year to pick Spring Football as a sport. Current players will need to log on to their existing final forms account and log in using their email and password. If you've forgotten your username or password PLEASE click on the forgot email or password button. Please DO NOT create another account. If you need help, please contact Roosevelt high school for help. 

Players will not be allowed to participate in offseason conditioning until online paperwork is completed (This includes: all correct paperwork, fines paid in full, $50 ASB card purchased, and $75 equipment fee paid.) IF you cannot pay the equipment fee please contact Coach Sherlock, we have scholarships available.

Please see the 2022 Fall Football Calendar HERE(updated 6/13/22).


Roosevelt Football is a fall no-cut sport where teams are broken down into Varsity, Junior Varsity, (sometimes JVC) and Freshman levels. We are highly competitive in the Sound Division of the Metro League where most recently, 24 of the 2021-2022 Varsity players were named to the All-Metro 1st or 2nd teams, or received Honorable Mentions in one or more positions! 

Registration typically starts in May, followed by optional, but highly recommended, summer conditioning sessions. August is a busy and fun month for the team filled with mandatory practices (sometimes two-a-days) starting in mid-August, team picture day, and our inner-squad Green & Gold game. Our first game typically is scheduled the first week of school. Please see the 2022 Fall Football Calendar HERE.

For more information about the team, please visit our team website at OR contact Coach Sherlock at

In preparation for practices, please plan to outfit your player in TEAM COLORS ONLY - Green, Gold, Gray, White, or Black clothing and cleats , please.  If you or your player need help with this, please contact Coach Sherlock. 

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Recent Football​ News

PREORDER Your Gear for the 2024-2025 Upcoming Season!

By Jodi Wilson 06/05/2024, 10:30am PDT

PreOrders are being taken NOW for RHS Trucker Hats and Hoodies! Delivery will be made on the first day of school, September 4, 2024.

To purchase your Hat or Hoodie:

  1. Click the link HERE 
  2. Select "Sweatshirt Promo" for Sweatshirts OR "General Booster Fund" for Hats. In the Notes field, please enter the color, item, and size(if applicable) you are purchasing.

Questions? Contact Jodi Wilson at

Get a Free Sports Physical Starting Sept. 5th

By Wendy Sykes 06/20/2023, 2:15pm PDT

Can't get a hold of your doctor and you need a sports physical? The Teen Health Center (room 225) offers sports physicals to all SPS students free of charge!

You can also contact the RHS Teen Health Center by emailing or text 206-653-9786 to schedule. 

Appointments start on Sept. 5th, 2023. 

RHS Varsity Gx Ultimate Frisbee Currently Ranked #1 in the Nation!

By Christy Mansfield 04/19/2023, 2:00pm PDT

The RHS Varsity Gx Program is currently ranked #1 in the nation! In addition to their current 5-1 season record, the team was proud to bring home the Seattle Invite trophy, where they played undefeated in six intense tournament games, just before Spring Break. The Seattle Invite tournament showcases teams from Washington, Oregon, Utah, and more. Come cheer on your team as they go into SPS and then State Playoffs in early to mid-May! The first play-off game is on Thursday, May 4, time and opponent to be announced!

Metro League Football Schedule

Please check regularly as schedules are subject to change.

Ryan Sherlock

Ryan Sherlock

Head Coach

Phone: (206) 252-4911



Players are expected to maintain great effort, a positive attitude, and a willingness to live by our three team rules:


Game Day Expectations

  • Show respect to the opponent as they are involved in the same game day experience
  • Be role models of appropriate behavior, poise, and confidence (be in control of your emotions, avoid derogatory comments)
  • Accept judgments of the officials and coaches (it’s not easy, but criticism rarely helps and often worsens the situation)
  • Accept the results of each game; do not make excuses
  • Keep perspective in both victory and defeat – win and lose with class
  • Dignify mistakes made by athletes; they are giving their best effort and concentration
  • Cheer for OUR TEAM LOUD and PROUD!