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  • Franklin Pierce SC becomes Steel United Washington
    TACOMA, WA— (press release) On Sunday, 20th October 2019, it was announced that Franklin Pierce Soccer Club (FPSC) would become Steel United Washington.  Becoming the newest club to join Steel United, already established in seven other states. For the 2020/2021 season, …
  • Eastern Oregon Throttles Walla Walla 6-0
    COLLEGE PLACE, Wash. – The Eastern Oregon men’s soccer team snapped a three-game losing skid and got back in the win column on Sunday afternoon with a dominant 6-0 victory over Walla Walla in Cascade Collegiate Conference play. Source: Men’s Soccer Throttles Walla Walla 6-0
  • Playoff wins for Dawgs, C-Falls girls
      WHITEFISH — Up 2-1 with a few minutes left in the first half, the Whitefish Bulldogs were looking for an insurance goal. Goals by Chase Sabin and Riley Arendt provided that cushion and the Bulldogs (13-0) cruised to a 10-2 win over the Stevensville Yellowjackets in a boys Class A soccer first round playoff game at Smith Fields on Saturday. “The boys played great,” Whitefish coach John Lacey said. “We started off with a goal in the second minute with takes the pressure off.” Source: Playoff wins for Dawgs, C-Falls girls
  • Hawks soar past Belgrade in regular season finale
    Bozeman broke its huddle and players screamed as reserves headed to the sideline. Starters took the field and clapped. The Hawks embraced the weather they were about to play in. Source: Hawks soar past Belgrade in regular season finale
  • Hawks shut out Belgrade to complete perfect regular season
    BOZEMAN — Over the past three years no team has protected its home pitch quite like Bozeman. The Hawks have thwarted every attempt by visiting opponents, and capped another perfect… Source: Hawks shut out Belgrade to complete perfect regular season
  • Corvallis (Montana) Blue Devils a ‘blue collar’ team – Bitterroot Star
    The Corvallis boys’ soccer team is a hardworking, “blue collar” team, according to their coach, Tim Hickey. The team has struggled the last three years but this year, they went from ‘”worst to first,” according to Hickey.  “I’ve coached them since they were little, in youth soccer, and so last year, as freshmen, that’s the […] Source: Blue Devils a ‘blue collar’ team – Bitterroot Star
  • Kiko is Golden (Idaho)
    In two previous meetings this season the Emmett and Ridgevue soccer teams had combined for 17 goals – each ending with the Warhawks on top. At Ridgevue on Monday, however… Source: Kiko is Golden
  • Epic soccer shootout ends in 13th round, Twin Falls on top
    The host Wood River Wolverines and visiting Twin Falls Bruins couldn’t score a lick during Wednesday’s third-place knockout game of the 4A Great Basin Conference boys’ soccer tournament in Hailey. Source: Epic soccer shootout ends in 13th round, Twin Falls on top
  • Borah (idaho) boys soccer claim first district title with win over Eagle
    MERIDIAN — The Borah boys soccer team had been to 12 state tournaments, finished runner-up five times and won a pair of state titles, including one two years ago… Source: Borah boys soccer claim first district title with win over Eagle
  • Bishop Kelly (Idaho) girls soccer claims 11th straight district championship in 1-0 win over Kuna
    MIDDLETON — Meagan Lyons had her hands crossed over the 4A District III Championship plaque like she hadn’t seen it before. Source: Bishop Kelly girls soccer claims 11th straight district championship in 1-0 win over Kuna
  • Sugar (Idaho) boys win third straight district title
    For the third year in a row, Sugar-Salem’s boys’ soccer team won the district title over Teton with a shutout. The Diggers posted a 3-0 win on Thursday… Source: Sugar boys win third straight district title
  • Sugar (Idaho) girls win second district title in a row
    Sugar-Salem’s girls’ soccer team repeated as district champs beating Teton 5-2 after falling to them in a snowy game in Driggs in their last meeting. Source: Sugar girls win second district title in a row.
  • Jerome (Idaho) tops Canyon Ridge in overtime to win Great Basin tournament
    JEROME — Moments after Jerome beat Canyon Ridge 2-1 to win the Great Basin boys district tournament on Wednesday, Jerome’s Baldomero Sandoval stood away from his teammates, bent over with… Source: Jerome tops Canyon Ridge in overtime to win Great Basin tournament
  • Bonners Ferry Badgers (Idaho) continue winning streak in districts
    The Badger boys had their last home game, Senior Night, on Oct. 8, then played at Coeur d’Alene Charter on Oct. 11, before moving on to the 3A district playoff tournament at The Fields at Real Life Ministries in Post Falls on Oct. 14. For Senior Night, they faced off against Timberlake High School in the snow, but they didn’t let that slow them down. “It was a great game to honor our seven seniors, Ben Tadlock, Michael Youngwirth, Thomas Rivkin, Carson Spencer, Preston Mcleish, Cody Kerstiens, and Ben Tompkins,” said Badgers coach Brycen Lunger. Source: Badgers continue winning streak …
  • SWOCC men pick up big soccer win
    COOS BAY — The Southwestern Oregon Community College men’s soccer team has had to overcome a bunch of adversity this season, but the Lakers have put themselves in good position… Source: SWOCC men pick up big soccer win
  • Cottage Grove (Oregon) soccer poised for playoffs
    Both the girls and boys teams on verge of securing playoff spot Source: CG soccer poised for playoffs After losing 4-0 earlier in the week to a second-ranked Marist team, the Cottage Grove boys soccer team still controlled their own destiny for the playoffs.
  • Siuslaw readies for first home soccer game
    “I think it’s cool representing your school against teams that have been around for longer than we have,” Hernandez said. “We’re new to soccer at Siuslaw, while these other teams have been around for a while. Right now, we’re going on a 4-0 season. I think we’re doing well and proving to all the other schools that we really do have something special going. I think it’s really neat. I’m really excited for what the future holds for the next couple of seasons.” Source: Siuslaw readies for first home soccer game
  • Taft (Oregon) enters upper echelon of boys soccer
    Straight up communication and conditioning. That’s how the Taft 7-12 boys soccer team has been able to become one of the elite teams in all of the state. In the last two contests, the Tigers have outscored their opponents a combined 13-0. And that’s no been par for the course for Taft this season, as they have now scored the most goals of any team, at any level, in the state with 83 goals. Source: Photos: Taft enters upper echelon of boys soccer
  • Canyonville Academy (Oregon) a mix of international talent
    CANYONVILLE — The Canyonville Academy boys soccer team earned its seventh win of the season on a cool, damp Saturday afternoon, shutting out Illinois Valley 4-0 in a Special District5 match. The players on the Pilots’ 2019 roster come from all over the world — Taiwan, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Korea, Colombia and the United States. Source: Canyonville Academy a mix of international talent
  • Ashland High Grizzlies top Churchill in key MWL showdown
    If Ashland was going to lay claim to the Midwestern League boys soccer title, the Grizzlies knew they needed to come out with a top effort Saturday against Churchill at North Mountain Park. Thankfully for head coach Abdiaziz Guled, that’s exactly what he saw on the pitch as his Ashland squad secured a pivotal 2-1 triumph over the visiting Lancers in a MWL race that started the day boasting three of the top five teams in the Class 5A state power rankings. Source: Grizzlies top Churchill in key MWL showdown
  • Corvallis High Spartans stay on top with win over Crescent Valley Raiders
    This week always figured to be a pivotal one for the Corvallis High boys soccer team, with two rivalry matches on the slate and a chance to take control of the Mid-Willamette League title race at stake. If the Spartans are feeling any pressure with the season winding down, though, they aren’t showing it. Source: Prep boys soccer: Spartans stay on top with win over Raiders
  • Wilsonville’s girls soccer team defeats Milwaukie, La Salle Prep
    Wildcats 3-0 in Northwest Oregon Conference after Tuesday and Thursday’s victories Source: Wilsonville’s girls soccer team defeats Milwaukie, La Salle Prep
  • Griz roll on Howard’s record-setting day
    On a day when even the trick plays were working — on a day the Montana soccer team had the luxury of even attempting a trick play — the story wasn’t the Grizzlies’ four goals or lucky bounces or career firsts or 4-0 victory over Portland State that clinched for the Grizzlies a Big Sky Conference tournament spot. Source: Griz roll on Howard’s record-setting day
  • Vandals win in overtime on Senior Day
    The Idaho Vandals (4-11-2, 1-4-2 BSC) closed out the home schedule with a thrilling 2-1 overtime win over Southern Utah (0-14-1, 0-6-1 BSC) on Senior Day on Sunday afternoon. Source: Vandals win in overtime on Senior Day