Signal Mountain Draws CAK In Class A/AA Soccer

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Signal Mountain (16-0-2) and CAK (18-2-2) will face off in the quarterfinal round of the Class A/AA state soccer tournament on Tuesday.  Kick off is set for 7 p.m. at Richard Siegel Soccer Complex in Murfreesboro.

Signal Mountain is the top ranked team in the state according to Eurosportscoreboard.com.  CAK is second.   

Signal Mountain's only blemish on their perfect season were ties against East Ridge and SE Whitfield. 

CAK's only losses came to Hardin Valley and Farragut.

In Division IIAA, Baylor (12-4-1) will face off with Father Ryan  (8-4-1) at 4:30 on Wednesday.

Baylor played Father Ryan on May 3rd and lost 4-1. 

MBA and Christian Brothers will play in the other semifinal game. 

The Division IIAA state final is set for Thursday at 7 p.m.

There are no area teams in the Class AAA tournament.


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