Prep Soccer Teams Prepare For Post-Season Runs

Monday, October 15, 2018
The girls soccer post-season is upon us and several local teams will be playing for a spot in the state tournament next week in Murfreesboro. 

DIvision II teams will play first round state games at higher seeds.  

In Division II-A, CCS earned the top seed in the East on Saturday with a 2-0 region championship win over CAK.

That win gives them a bye this week and will play the winner of USJ and DCA this Saturday in the state quarterfinals. 

In Division II-AA, GPS was the top seed in the East/Middle region and earns a bye for the first round. 

Baylor is the fifth seed in the East/Middle Region and will host sixth seeded Ensworth on Tuesday. 

Winners will advance to the quarterfinal round to be played on Saturday.   
 
In Division I, region semifinals will be played on Tuesday.  

In the Class A region tournament, Signal Mountain will host Community on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
and CSAS will travel to Cascade on Tuesday. 

In Class AA, Hixson will travel to East Hamilton and McMinn Central will play at Sequatchie County.  Both games will be played on Tuesday 

In Class AAA, Soddy-Daisy travels to McMinn County and Bradley Central will travel to Cookeville. 

All region final games will be played on Thursday with state sectional games on Saturday.  Winners of sectional games, will play in Murfreesboro next week. 



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