High School Girls’ Soccer: Preview of Postseason Games this Week

Prep Girls’ Soccer- Girls’ postseason soccer is underway and here’s a preview of games to come this week.

For Class 1A, Washington will host Mediapolis at 5:30 pm tomorrow, May 17th. Ella Russell leads the Bulldogs in goals with 19 on the season, while the Demons have Angeline Anderson, Audrey Anderson, and Giselle Marcelino all tied for the team lead with 7 goals on the season. The winner will travel to Assumption High School to face off against either the host school or Northeast.

Central Lee will have to take on the 10-6 Mid-Prairie Golden Hawks tomorrow at 7 pm. The Golden Hawks tout two goal keepers who have a save percentage north of 80% with Kina Miller nearly at 90% for the year at 105 saves. The Hawks will count on Aburee Boyd who leads the team in points with 25. The winner will battle against either Van Meter or Centerville.

In Class 2A Region 3, Mt. Pleasant will host Maquoketa on May 19th at 5:30 pm. The Panthers are led by the two-headed offensive attack of Charice Auwerda and Elly Manning. Auwerda leads the team and conference in goals with 22 on the season. Manning has netted 19 on the season, which places her second on the team and conference. The Cardinals has only scored 14 goals in 11 games. The winner will travel to play Central DeWitt on May 23rd.

Burlington Notre Dame will host Clinton on May 19th at 7 pm. The River Queens enter the game with a goal differential of -48. Aviana West leads the Nikes in goals with 12 on the season. The winner will take on North Scott on May 23rd.

The bottom half of the Class 2A Region 5 bracket will be a Southeast Conference battle with Fort Madison squaring off with Keokuk in round one on May 19th at 7 pm. The Bloodhounds have won the last 8 matchups against the Chiefs. Teagan Snaadt is the big goal scorer for the Bloodhounds with 18 on the season. Camryn Atterberg has scored 10 of the Chief’s 15 goals this season.

The winner will take on Burlington on May 23rd. The Grayhounds defeated Keokuk and Fort Madison twice this season.