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N.C. Soccer Coaches Association Kick-Off Classic, 2013

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The inaugural N.C. Soccer Coaches Association Kick-Off Classic comes to the WakeMed Soccer Complex in Cary Sep. 6 and 7. There will be 27 games in two days featuring some Triangle schools and many more from around the state.

Admission is $5 per person.

The schedule (home team wearing white is listed first):


Field #4: Swansboro vs Carrboro
Field #5: Cedar Ridge vs Clinton
Field #6: Hickory vs Chapel Hill
Field #7: Page vs Hoggard

Field #4: Reagan vs Charlotte Latin
Field #5: AC Reynolds vs Jacksonville
Field #6: TC Roberson vs New Hanover
Field #7: Raleigh Charter vs Cuthbertson
Field #2: Hough vs Athens Drive


10:00 am:
Field #4: Northern Guilford vs Raleigh Charter
Field #5: East Duplin vs Jordan-Matthews
Field #6: Cuthbertson vs Cary
Field #7: Terry Sanford vs Reagan

11:00 am
Field #2: Cardinal Gibbons vs Hough
Field #3: Jacksonville vs TC Roberson

Field #4: Charlotte Latin vs Swansboro
Field #5: Northwest Guilford vs Hickory
Field #6: New Hanover vs Greensboro Day
Field #7: Wake Forest vs AC Reynolds

2:00 pm:
Field #4: Wake Christian vs Croatan
Field #5: Corinth Holders vs Surry Central
Field #6: West Forsyth vs Scotland County
Field #7: SE Guilford vs Franklinton

4:00 pm:
Field #4: Tarboro vs Central Davidson
Field #5: Starmount vs Wallace Rose-Hill
Field #6: Ashbrook vs New Bern
Field #7: Athens Drive vs Wesleyan Christian Academy

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About the blogger

J. Mike Blake has been the Sports Editor for The Cary News and Southwest Wake News since October 2008. He holds two "unofficial" NCHSAA records in two different sports - highest career free throw percentage (2-of-2) in basketball and fewest career singles victories (zero. sigh.) for tennis.