High School Soccer Tournament Begins Tomorrow at UNC Greensboro’s Soccer Stadium
WHAT: Powerade State Games High School Soccer Tournament
WHO: Some of the best boys and girls soccer players from all across the state attended tryouts to represent his/her region in the tournament.
WHEN: Saturday, June 24 – Sunday, June 25
WHERE: UNC Greensboro Soccer Stadium
The Powerade State Games High School Soccer Tournament kicks off at 9:00am on Saturday. The Boys Tournament features six teams and will go through pool play for two games on Saturday and one on Sunday morning. They will play off for medals at 2:30pm on Sunday afternoon. The Girls Tournament features four teams and will play a round robin and medals will be awarded on points after the 12:30pm games on Sunday.
For the event schedule click here – http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/17%20SC-HS%20Schedule.pdf
For the boys rosters click here – http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/HS%20Soccer%20Boys%20Rosters%202017.pdf
For the girls rosters click here – http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/HS%20Soccer%20Girls%20Rosters%202017.pdf
For the boys regional map and coaches click here – http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/2017%20Boys%20Soccer%20Map%20and%20Coaches.pdf
For the girls regional map and coaches click here – http://pag.ncsports.org/userfiles/file/2017%20Girls%20Soccer%20Map%20and%20Coaches.pdf
ABOUT THE POWERADE STATE GAMES OF NORTH CAROLINA
The Powerade State Games are one of the oldest, largest and most successful State Games programs in the United States. There are currently 30+ State Games programs in the United States. The State Games are open to all ages and all skill levels. The average age of the Powerade State Games participants is 16 years old. The State Games are funded by corporate sponsorships, contributions and event revenues.
ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA AMATEUR SPORTS (NCAS)
North Carolina Amateur Sports is a 501c(3) nonprofit charitable organization that annually organizes the State Games of North Carolina and Cycle North Carolina. NCAS is dedicated to promoting health and wellness for all ages and skill levels through organizing best-in-class sporting events that enrich the quality of life and enhance the economic well being of North Carolina communities. For more information on NCAS and its events, please access www.ncsports.org.