This Friday and Saturday, Campo Verde High School in the southeastern Phoenix suburb of Gilbert will be the site of fast-paced and exciting action in the 2015 Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) Boys and Girls State Championship Soccer Finals.
This Thursday, two nearby Northern Illinois (NIC-10) Conference boys soccer teams will meet in an early-season showdown.
In that contest, fellow Winnebago County schools Rockford Boylan Catholic High School and Machesney Park Harlem High School will take the field. Rockford is the county seat, while Machesney Park is a suburb 7.2 miles to the north along Highway 251.
Time Warner Cable Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee will be the setting this Thursday through Saturday as 16 girls soccer teams vie for state titles in the 32nd Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Girls Soccer Championships. For the first time, this single-elimination tournament features four divisions.
This weekend the Virginia High School League spring championships culminate in a spectacular two-day span of sporting events coined Spring Jubilee. By end of day Saturday, boys and girls in groups 1A-6A will be crowned state champions in baseball, soccer, softball, lacrosse and tennis.
One of the nation’s most exciting and extravagant high school state tournament events is the aptly named Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) Spring Fling.
The action in the Peach State will be fast and furious Friday and Saturday as 24 teams compete for 2014 Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state soccer championships.
Those games featuring teams of both genders in six enrollment classifications will take place at two different venues – in Fifth Third Stadium in Kennesaw, and on Emory University’s Woodruff PE Center Soccer Field in Atlanta.
Following 18 games of exciting high school soccer competition Friday and Saturday at the John Hunt Soccer Complex in Huntsville, three boys teams and three girls teams will be crowned Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) state champions.