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Will the debate ever end?
2011-2012 Boys Soccer State Tournaments
Boys Soccer state tournament schedule
5A DIVISION I
Rundowns and predictions for the 2010 boys state soccer tournament:
The boys soccer state tournament brackets for 5AI/II, 4AI/II and 1A/2A/3A.
Hamilton’s Daniel Arrubla tries to elude a slide tackle from a Mountain View defender during their regular season finale on Thursday. The Huskies enter Tuesday’s Division I boys soccer state tournament as the No. 4 seed and Mountain View is the No. 15 seed.
Moutain View played at Hamilton the last regular season game of the year, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012. With three divisions, more schools per division and a more rigorous qualifying system to make the top 16, the new playoff system has drawn criticism from boys and girls soccer coaches.
Here is the schedule of the 2014 boys soccer state tournaments:
2013 Boys Soccer State Tournament schedules
Here are Saturday's state championship matchups (Division III is Friday) for the boys soccer state tournament.
Boys soccer state tournament semifinals schedule
Projected first-round pairings: (Pairings and times will be announced officially on Monday)
2011-2012 Girls Soccer State Tournaments
Rundowns and predictions for the 2010 girls state soccer tournament:
Today through Saturday, championship matches Saturday at 10 a.m. and noon. Play begins today in the Purple Division with Mesa Westwood and Apollo, and continues with action in both divisions at noon Thursday.
2013 Campo Verde High School Soccer Tournament
Is Brophy this year’s Corona del Sol imitation in 5A Division I? Can Perry really play with the 5A-II elite? Is this finally Notre Dame’s year in 4A-II?
Boys Soccer State Tournament Semifinals
The question posed was simple: Now that the boys and girls high school soccer state tournament brackets have been decided after two months of power point matches, did the new playoff format get it right? Are the 16 best schools (based on power point formulas derived from wins and strength of schedule) in each of the three tournaments for boys and girls, respectively?
A pair of East Valley soccer teams remain unbeaten.
Apparently the last few years of boys soccer wasn't loaded enough at the top levels, because the road this year's teams will travel is going to be tougher.
Mesa High's boys soccer team was trying to go where no previous squad in school history had ventured before. Competing in the sport for nearly three decades, the school had never reached the semifinals of the state tournament.