Undefeated Word of God is the top seed in the NCISAA 8-man football playoffs, which start this week. All games in the eight-team bracket are played at the higher seed, except that the Holy Rams don't have a home field.
Here are Saturday's first round results in the NCISAA boys soccer playoffs.
The area teams are in bold.
The NCISAA boys soccer playoff begin this Saturday.
Area teams are underlined.
Although several Triangle schools are ranked this week, the highest-ranked team is Durham's Jordan High, which is No. 2 in the 4-A rankings.
The girls bracket for the 2010 GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational has been set.
Your first-round match-ups will be: Enloe vs. Northern Durham, Southeast Raleigh vs. Cary Christian, Millbrook vs. Clayton, Western Harnett vs. Middle Creek.
Eurosportsscoreboard.com has even more Triangle-area teams ranked this week than the last. Here's how each of the five classifications break down:
This week's statewide soccer rankings are littered with Triangle-area teams.
As I've noted in a PrepsNow blog post (which you can see here), the field for the girls bracket portion of the GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational has been set. And three of our local teams will be in a fantastic field.
Click "READ MORE" to see what three things I'm looking forward to from next season's field.
The newly-expanded girls field for the 2010 GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational has been set. This year's field will feature eight teams, doubling the amount from last year. All games will be at Cary Academy, with exception to the championship and semifinals, which will be at Broughton High's Holiday Gym. Click the "READ MORE" button to see a breakdown of each team.
Cary Christian, fresh off its 2-A NCISAA girls basketball championship, has accepted an invite to participate in next year's GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational.