Sunday, August 3, 2014

Girls high school soccer and Boys high school soccer

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.

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lenape, worry about your players eligibily first.

Anonymous said...

Who are the favorites this year? Are there any teams that stand out on both the boys and girls side?

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Anonymous said...

Holmdel boys will have another great year. Team is strong this year also.

Anonymous said...

At Lenape everyone is eligible. What are you talking about?

Anonymous said...

Manalapan boys will be very tough again this year!!

Anonymous said...

Agree with the Holmdel boys post. They have some solid upper classmen and some talented younger players.

Anonymous said...

Washington Township and Cherokee will be the teams in new jersey this year

Anonymous said...

What club teams do those teams draw from?

Anonymous said...

I say Holmdel boys will have a great year. Still have powerful scoring options and many good returning players.

Anonymous said...

Good luck Holmdel, but this is Manalapans year to shine. Big up top and solid in the back.

Anonymous said...

PLEASE FIX THE U13G BOARD, I AM BEGGING YOU!

Anonymous said...

CBA off to a strong start. Not sure if Howell is that bad or CBA is that good.

Anonymous said...

Manalapan showing CBA what a strong start looks like. Holmdel, not such a good start.

Anonymous said...

How did Eastern girls lose to Lenape?

Anonymous said...

A lot of Holmdel and CBA talk early in the season, both having some difficulty as the season moves forward.

Anonymous said...

Yes, surprisingly CBA is having troubles. My son is a freshman so I get to see quite a bit of the varsity games. They have a difficult time connecting on passes and their super soph is not so super in my opinion. He rarely gets to a loose ball and makes mistakes.

Anonymous said...

No need to point out one player, with 3 losses in a row CBA has to have many issues.

Anonymous said...

Is there any limit to roster size on hs varsity teams? I've seen 30 boys on some rosters.

Anonymous said...

The usual number I see is 20-22. Not sure why they take that many though.

Anonymous said...

I've been told that in club games no more than 18 players can be on the game day roster but I see more than that at HS games.

Anonymous said...

HS allows more players on roster because it's about school spirit and school pride. They don't all play though.

Anonymous said...

Yes that spirit really kicks in doing nothing on the bench lol.

Anonymous said...

we have a coach in our town that will stand by his senior team regardless if there are better juniors on the bench. at the same time he wont let those boys drop down to JV just so that they can play minutes. Yes, my son is a jr and was top scorer as a frosh, top scorer as a soph on JV and now will have a hole in his soccer resume (the HS part anyway). Luckily we play club so its not a problem. My dream is that if my son is lucky enough to play in college on signing day the coach sits next to him for the photo op, my son will look him in the eye and say, What are you doing here?

Anonymous said...

It's disappointing not to be playing but it's a good thing that he's on varsity, college coaches like that. He can look forward to being a starter next yr. Also, remind him that the HS season is half over!

Anonymous said...

So disappointed with the quality of the HS referees. How many games I have watched, where they DO NOT CONTROL the game and they players are getting injured. Yesterday's game alone: player kicked in the stomach, player sliding into goalkeeper cleats up, player crashing into goalkeeper after gk had possession. It goes on and on.

This is why these kids are beat up and injured when club season starts.

Anonymous said...

I actually think that the HS refs I have seen this year are doing a pretty good job. A bit lazy but are on top of rough play. I have yet to see an injury.

Anonymous said...

One of the things that is a prob with HS refs are the polar extremes on which they call the game. One day you will have a ref as one of the previous posters stated, and they would let most things go and then the polar opposite in which the ref really wants to be part of the game. We had a ref that was so into the game he was over ruling his AR's and handing out yellows like he was an out of work casino dealer.

Anonymous said...

My daughter was getting killed in the goal yesterday. Blatant go for body while keeper prone in air for high ball. Isnt the first job of a ref to protect the kids? How do they not do it. Time and again. One guy was like 70 and the woman on the other side was like 200 lbs. Not able to keep up with game let alone make calls. Its a sin!

Anonymous said...

absolutely agree...protect the keeper. Isnt that first rule?
1 time...accident, 2nd time..game plan. Assuming most of our kids play club and the HS thing is nice, social, etc., but gotta keep kids safe until club starts.
in the meantime tell your daughter "keep dem knees up on a grab!"

Anonymous said...

CBA bouncing back big time..........lets go Colts