Issaquah High School senior forward Rachel Wheeler, a University of Kentucky commit, was selected to play in the High School All-American Game for the best girls soccer players in the United States on Saturday, Dec. 7 in Raleigh, N.C. Wheeler, who helped the Eagles to runner-up Class 4A state finishes in 2012 and 2013, will suit…More
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In this edition of “The Full 80,” we’ll look at the Shorecrest girls soccer program registering a 3-2 win over WesCo 3A rival, Marysville Getchell, on Oct. 15 to get head coach Mindy Dalziel to coaching win No. 100 at her alma mater. And as always, there’s national rankings, this week’s upcoming big matchups, updated college commits, all-classification Top 10 rankings and state rankings by classification at the bottom of this post.
By MATT MASSEY | Special to The Seattle Times
Dalziel’s pride in alma mater leads her to coaching win No. 100
It was a rare moment where Shorecrest High School girls soccer coach Mindy Dalziel wasn’t prepared and caught off guard.
She had no idea that a milestone victory awaited her on Tuesday, Oct. 15.More
The Kentwood Conquerors are hitting their stride at just the right time.
The Conquerors, slowed up earlier this season by injuries, have won eight in a row heading into Tuesday’s Class 4A state first round playoffs.
They’re one of the state’s hottest teams heading into the state playoffs and moved up to the No. 4 spot in the final 4A state rankings.More
Skyline girls soccer coach Don Braman can sum up his team by looking back on the Spartans’ most recent performance on Senior Night.
In that 6-0 victory over Redmond last week, six different players scored to help Skyline finish the regular season unbeaten at 15-0-0. In the process, the Spartans maintained a Class 4A No. 1 state ranking they’ve held the entire season.More
Folks in Class 4A girls soccer circles were wondering when the Eastlake Wolves were finally going to arrive.
Update: They’re here!More
As the weeks progress in the girls soccer season, it’s becoming more difficult to keep teams out of the state rankings.
For the first time this season, I feel that at least a half dozen teams left out of this week’s state rankings probably should be in.
But there are only 20 spots in the Class 4A and 3A rankings.More
While the girls soccer powers of Class 4A have held pretty steady this season, things have been a little more unsettling in 3A.
Glacier Peak is rock solid as the No. 1 ranked team in Class 3A, and Kennedy Catholic is a sturdy No. 2. But it’s sort of a crap shoot after that.
Five ranked 3A teams lost last week, shuffling the rankings.More
There are not a lot of changes in the state girls soccer rankings this week.
None of the Top 10 teams in Class 4A or 3A lost last week, leaving the order the same in 4A while 3A was re-arranged slightly.
Skyline, No. 1 in 4A, continued to roll with its sixth shutout of the season, defeating Newport, 2-0.More
Tune-up time is over for Skyline.
Now the fun begins.
Skyline, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, finished the preseason with a perfect 5-0 record against five respectable opponents, including a 4-0 victory over Kennedy Catholic last week.More
Seattle Prep and Shadle Park have impressive weeks to surge into the Class 3A Top 10. Eight teams in the first 3A state rankings lost a game last week.More