Keyword: high school boys soccer
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Without senior captain Bryce Robisch, and young players assuming more responsibility as a result, Tompkins’ defensive back line has been inconsistent this season, and at times great cause for concern. more
Tompkins’ boys soccer team kept getting chance after chance after chance. Quality shot after quality shot. And through the first 63 minutes of their Class 6A area playoff game Tuesday, March 30, against Cy-Fair, the Falcons had only one goal to show for it. more
The final score read 5-2 in favor of Seven Lakes in its Class 6A boys soccer bi-district playoff game Friday against George Ranch at Legacy Stadium. The three-goal differential qualifies as a decisive win in soccer, but for Spartans coach Jimmy Krueger, his team’s performance was on the wrong end of a wakeup call. more
Paetow senior Hessler Magana had no doubt, seemingly oblivious to the magnitude of the moment. Pressure, as great as it stood, was apparently irrelevant. more
Taylor’s boys soccer players could not be more different in their backgrounds and homelands, but those differences have also made for a close, tight-knit winning team. more
Paetow’s boys soccer team has taken care of business since the program started varsity play in 2019. And the Panthers are in the business of winning. more
Seven Lakes masterfully exerted its physicality and will in securing the District 19-6A boys soccer championship for the second straight year, and third time in five years, and held off a late … more
Seven Lakes trailed Taylor by a goal at halftime of their District 19-6A boys soccer game Saturday, March 6. The score was a bit of a surprise, as the Spartans needed a win to stay in the district title race and had shutout the Mustangs, 2-0, in their initial meeting. more
Cinco Ranch boys soccer coach Fredy Sanguinetti and his players heard the whispers of the doubters. more
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