Pueblo Rangers

Soccer Club

Lucas Johnston Memorial Scholarship

The Pueblo Rangers Soccer club provides scholarships to assist families who are unable to afford the fees associated with playing soccer with the Pueblo Rangers. We rely heavily on donations to provide this assistance. Please help us to continue to help all children who wish to play "The Beautiful Game" and Donate now

If you wish to request a scholarship, you must:
  • First register for a program and and choose the scholarship payment plan
  • Agree to volunteer some time with Rangers organization.
  • Fill out the scholarship form by the deadline dates below:
  • Advanced and Intermediate leagues, 08/01/19. Fall Recreational and Middle School leagues 9/1/19.
  • Scholarship decisions will be made at the board meeting following the deadline.
  • Scholarship request after the deadline will require Executive Board approval.   

Who was Lucas?


Lucas was an amazing, charismatic and dynamic young man. He made a friend of everyone he met. Those that would give him just a little time he gave his unwavering loyalty to. He took younger children under his wing and understood that they looked up to bigger kids. He treated the young with affection. The old, he respected and revered. Lucas never shied away from the elderly; instead he offered mature conversation, a smile and often even a hug. He had huge heart. Lucas was proud to participate in fundraisers that benefited sick children this he did frequently through school-wide programs. Lucas sought adventure and action. He enjoyed the outdoors and sought out the challenges Mother Nature can offer. Hiking was one of his favorite activities. While hiking with his family, Lucas would offer to carry the heavy backpack and would challenge his siblings to climb bigger and bigger hills or rocks—often proving to be chivalrous, but still a rough and tumble boy. Soccer filled quite a lot of Lucas’ free time. He enjoyed the comradery of his teammates and the battle to win every game he played. He loved to win! He didn’t always take loss well—but that is because he played every game to win it. Although Lucas was only with us to the age of 10, he had already made big plans for his future. Plans he had talked about and discussed since the age of about 7. He was a patriot and intended to join the U.S. Air Force and become a pilot. Lucas has a cousin in the Air Force—a crew chief. Lucas told this cousin that he wanted to attend the Air Force Academy so that he could be this cousin’s boss one day J. If you had the opportunity to know Lucas when he was a toddler up to about 6 years, you would have gotten to experience his fabulous stories. He was a highly imaginative and skilled story teller. Please help us to help those less fortunate to enjoy the sport that Lucas loved so much and give a few dollars to the scholarship fund when you register your child.