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Saturday, October 22, 2016
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State Boys and Girls Soccer

By MSHSL

BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. – The State Boys and Girls Soccer Tournaments are scheduled for Oct. 25-27, Oct. 31, Nov. 1 and Nov. 3. Here is a look at the tournament:

 

FAST FACTS

The schedule:

Class A

Boys

Quarterfinals

Wednesday, Oct. 26 at St. Cloud State

Wednesday, Oct. 26 at Chisago Lakes High School

At U.S. Bank Stadium

Semifinals, Monday, Oct. 31

Quarterfinal winners, 12 p.m., 2 p.m.

Championship, Thursday, Nov. 3

Semifinal winners, 10 a.m.

Third place, Tuesday, Nov. 1

Semifinal losers, 8 a.m.

Girls

Quarterfinals

Tuesday, Oc. 25 at Farmington High School

Thursday, Oct. 27 at St. Cloud State

At U.S. Bank Stadium

Semifinals, Monday, Oct. 31

Quarterfinal winners, 4 p.m., 6 p.m.

Championship, Thursday, Nov. 3

Semifinal winners, 12:30 p.m.

Third place, Thursday, Nov. 3

Semifinal losers, 10 a.m.

 

Class AA

Boys

Quarterfinals

Tuesday, Oct. 25 at Benilde-St. Margarets High School

Wednesday, Oct. 26 at Benilde-St. Margarets High School

At U.S. Bank Stadium

Semifinals, Monday, Oct. 31

Quarterfinal winners, 8 a.m., 10 a.m.

Championship, Thursday, Nov. 3

Semifinal winners, 3 p.m.

Third place, Tuesday, Nov. 1

Semifinal losers, 4 p.m.

Girls

Quarterfinals

Wednesday, Oct. 26 at Farmington High School

Thursday, Oct. 27 at Chisago Lakes High School

At U.S. Bank Stadium

Semifinals, Tuesday, Nov. 1

Quarterfinal winners, 12 p.m., 2 p.m.

Championship, Thursday, Nov. 3

Semifinal winners, 5:30 p.m.

Third place, Thursday, Nov. 3

Semifinal losers, 8 a.m.

Tickets:

Quarterfinals --- $7 adults; $5 students

Semifinals/finals/third place (daily) --- $12 adults; $8 students

Tournament pass (valid for all games at U.S. Bank Stadium) --- $30 adults; $18 students

Official ball: NIKE

Brackets and Results: Posted on the League s website at www.mshsl.org.

Social media: Follow the tournament on the League s Facebook page and on Twitter at @MSHSL and @MSHSLJohn.

 

TEAM PREVIEW

Class A

Boys --- Mankato West, making its sixth state tournament appearance, received the top seed on the strength of a 17-2-0 season. The Scarlets have won 11 consecutive games since losing to defending Class A champion Orono on Sept. 20. Senior forward Jacob Makela powers the Scarlets with 43 goals and six assists this season. Senior goalkeeper Tyler Defor has 24 career shutouts. The Blake School, the No. 2 seed for the state tournament, was the No. 4 seed in the Section 5A playoffs, but used a late goal to upset No. 2 Breck in the championship game.  The Blake School won a Class A title in 2008. St. Paul Como Park, the 2013 Class A champion, is also in the boys  field. 

Girls --- Top-seeded Benilde-St. Margaret s returns to defend its championship following a 5-1 victory over top-seeded Totino-Grace in the Section 5A championship game. It is the 11th state tournament appearance for the Red Knights. In those state tournament trips, the St. Louis Park-based school has won three championships and been the runner-up three times. St. Paul Academy, making its first state tournament appearance since finishing second in 2004, is the No. 2 seed. The Spartans played Benilde-St. Margaret s to a scoreless tie on Sept. 30.

Class AA

Boys --- Stillwater and Wayzata are undefeated this season and received the Nos. 1 and 2 seeds, respectively. Stillwater is making its first state tournament appearance since 2012. The Ponies won consecutive single-class championships in 1995 and  96 behind legendary coach Phil Johnson, who retired following that 2012 season. Wayzata, which has three ties this season, is seemingly a tournament regular with 12 appearances. In the Trojans  last trip, they were runner-up to Anoka in 2014. Edina, which has the No. 3 seed, won three consecutive state titles under current coach Dave Jenson from 1999-2001.

Girls --- East Ridge (Woodbury), making its first state tournament appearance since 2009, earned the top seed. The Raptors haven t surrendered a goal in their past five games. Rosemount is the No. 2 seed in the Class AA field. The Irish ended Eagan s bid for a three-peat of Class AA titles with a 2-1 victory the Wildcats in the Section 3AA championship game. Rosemount s lone loss was a 1-0 setback to Lakeville North on Sept. 13. Lakeville North is the No. 4 seed for the tournament, preceded by No. 3 Minneapolis Washburn. The Millers were the Class A runner-up in 2014.

 

2015 STATE TOURNAMENT RECAP

Class A

  • Orono won its first soccer championship in seven trips to the boys  state tournament with a 2-1 victory over Breck at Husky Stadium on the St. Cloud State University campus. Senior forward Alex Kill gave the Spartans (22-1-0) their historic first title with a header goal four minutes into the extra session. Off a corner kick from teammate Spencer Overturf, a sophomore, Kill rose from a mass of players to head the ball past Breck freshman goalkeeper Hudson Haecker. Freshman midfielder Eric Smits had opened the scoring for Breck (14-5-4) in the 18th minute. Less than 10 seconds later, Orono answered with a goal from sophomore forward Guy Mohs.
  • Benilde-St. Margaret s returned to the winner s circle after a one-year hiatus with a 4-2 victory over defending Class A champion Orono in the girls  title game. The Red Knights (20-1-1) used a three-goal flurry in a four-minute surge midway through the first half to claim their third Class A championship in six title-game appearances. Senior Midfielder Aleksa Tataryn scored two goals and assisted on another for Benilde-St. Margaret s. Senior forward Carly Goehring and senior midfielder Claire Bash scored for Orono (19-2-0).

Class AA

  • Anoka began the first team in five seasons to repeat as Class AA boys  champion following a 2-1 victory over East Ridge, Woodbury in the title game. Playing one player short for the final 37 minutes of the match, the Tornadoes (17-3-2) clinched the championship when junior forward Blake Doyea scored in the 47th minute on a header. Anoka is the first team to win consecutive Class AA championships since Apple Valley in 2009 and 2010. East Ridge (15-3-3), which outshot the Tornadoes 16-8), grabbed a 1-0 lead on an unassisted goal from sophomore midfielder Nathan Casas in the 20th minute.
  • Eagan also won a Class AA girls  championship for the second consecutive season with a 1-0 shootout victory over Eden Prairie in a rematch of the big-school championship game in 2014. After 100 minutes of scoreless regulation and sudde-death overtime, a shootout was needed to crown a champion. The Wildcats (19-2-1) won that game-deciding procedure, 3-2. Eagan freshman goalkeeper Megan Plaschko made two saves during the shootout. Eagan senior defender Sydney Sherek scored what proved to be the deciding goal in the shootout during the fourth round of shooters. Eden Prairie (15-4-3) got shootout goals from Kara Bean and Meghan Verkinderen.

 

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