This week’s soccer matchup between 2-A Carrboro and Chapel Hill, the No. 2-ranked team the NCHSAA 3-A class, has been moved to today (8/25).
Chapel Hill (3-0) will play at Carrboro (3-0) at 6:45 p.m. this evening. That match will be preceded by the junior varsities at 5 p.m.
After that, Carrboro will be among the 54 North Carolina high schools playing in The Brittany for Boys IV at the J. Burt Gillette Soccer Complex in Wilson. Carrboro will play West Carteret at 6 p.m. Friday.
The Brittany is a showcase, not a tournament. Teams play one opponent and head home. But it’s grown immensely popular since its founding.
The Brittany was created to honor former Wilson Hunt soccer player Brittany Willis, who was abducted and murdered after her high school graduation.
East Chapel Hill, which has sent a team to The Brittany several times, did not enter a boys team this year. The Wildcats are scheduled to play tonight at brand-new Heritage High School in Wake Forest.
Chapel Hill plays Broughton on Thursday.
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