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Monday, May 15, 2017

Girls High School Soccer | Boys High School Soccer

Fall 2017

Boys high school soccer and girls high school soccer in Region 1 is winning more media coverage, more focus and more action than ever before.

Across Region 1, we want to hear what's happening in your neck of the woods.

Public high school soccer or private high school soccer comments invited.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

NO such thing as always.

Anonymous said...

What is going on at IHA? Players leaving weekly, it seems.

Anonymous said...

What's IHA?

Anonymous said...

don't kid yourself,if your kid can play,no matter what year she is in she will play.my kid started as a freshmen for a top 20 school last year and she did it because she can play no older brother or sister and the coach wanted to win so the best kids play that simple....

Anonymous said...

Can you ask Dr. Temple his/her thoughts on girls high school soccer? I'd be curious to hear that.

Anonymous said...

These HS statistics are soooooo not comparable. Some teams play crazy bad teams while others play competitive matches.

Anonymous said...

Upsets abound in second round of Bergen County girls event

5 of the 8 games go to the lower seed

Lets see if any of the 5 continue their run.

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#25 Emerson vs #8 Indian Hills

#28 Waldwick vs #5 Ramsey

#20 Pascack Hills vs #4 Ramapo

#19 Glen Rock vs #3 Ridgewood

#18 New Milford vs #2 Imaaculate Heart

- I like Glen Rock and possibly Emerson

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- Other games

#16 Park Ridge vs #1 Northern Highlands

# 11 Pascack Valley vs #6 Mahwah

#10 Old Tappan vs #7 River Dell

Anonymous said...

Well, the 2 games I picked pn girls side in Bergen County as possible upsets were close, but Ridgewood and Indian Hills prevail.

Only lower seed to advance is Pascack Valley, knocking out number 6 Mahwah.

Boys side in Bergen - all 8 top seeds advance. Bergen Tech lost a stunner to Ramsey, losing a 2 goal halftime lead. Would have liked to have seen them vs Ramapo.

Anonymous said...

WOW

Northern Highland stays unbeaten and unscored on, though IHA did put one past their keeper

Interesting wave off of the tying goal with 20 minutes left took the air right out of a great game at IHA yesterday.

Anonymous said...

IHA run has ended in North Jersey. Highlands, Ramapo and Ridgewood look to be the top programs currently. IHA program appears to have been undercut by politics, favoritism and outdated policies. Players and parents not buying the BS anymore.

Anonymous said...

Well, no - just a younger, developing IHA team this year.

Credit to River Dell.

Anonymous said...

You can stick with that explanation if believe so. Why so many younger players? What happened to the upperclassman?

Anonymous said...

Its been discussed.

National player chose to not play HS.

2 upper class field players went home to mom and dad

And the starting keeper missed trouts and was told it was not alright.

Some players are benefiting from the openings.

I dont see IHA as an easy out at States.

Anonymous said...

Plus recent player departures. Program in a freefall

Anonymous said...

...and I thought club game refs were bad. HS refs are horrible and there seems to be no oversight/accountability. Most I've seen are old, out of shape and can't keep up with the pace of play. The two ref system is a joke. Ref near the play calls nothing but ref on the other side of the field calls a foul. Ref 20-30 yards up the field and out of position calls offside. Worst is late tackles rarely called.

Anonymous said...

I always love when a team wins by 9-10 goals in a state game - then gets spanked the next round.

Anonymous said...

High School soccer is not like it was 5-10 years ago. Its watered down as all the elite players are in ENCL.

Its a joke !

Anonymous said...

Ummm ECNL

Anonymous said...

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Liverpool FC New Jersey Full Time Tryouts
Boys & Girls
March / April 2017
All teams will follow The Liverpool Way curriculum - A worlwide renowned club that has been very successful in youth development
Email
Barry.lynch@Liverpoolfc-nj.com
or Barry@igsoccer.com
7324035240

Anonymous said...

President's Day Futsal U9-U14, HS, Adult Divisions. $175 one day event.
Convenient to NY/NJ, Philly, MD.

http://www.playbisc.com/soccer/futsal

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