Last night, our Rams fought hard against Reynolds in a driving rain, but fell in the last few minutes 3-2. Focus now turns to the State tournament. The seeding will happen Monday, Nov 4, and the first round begins on Wednesday, Nov 6. As of October 28 (and prior to last night’s loss), TCR was ranked #3 in the state (rankings can be found HERE).
I will post on tcrsoccer.com as soon as I learn our opponent(s).
Almost halfway through the season, our Rams are 5-0 in the conference. This great start is well earned as there is a lot of soccer talent in WNC. The adjusted Maxpreps ranking kept by the NCHSAA shows TCR as ranked #5 in the state 3A competition. That list can be found HERE.
Let’s finish the season just as we’ve started!
Congratulations to each of the TCR soccer players named to the all Conference team (found on the Citizen-Times website):
Hope Ingram – Defensive Player of the Year
Josh Martin – Coach of the Year
Western MAC All-Conference Team
Caroline Allison – Defender
Amber Gay – Goal Keeper
Reagan Hakes – Midfielder
Caroline Hemphill – Forward
Isabelle Ingle – Forward
Maddie Luckett – Forward
Kennedy Rucker – Defender
The All-State players include (again found on the Citizen-Times website and on the NCSCA website):
The 2019 Women’s All-State Awards Ceremony will take place this Sunday, June 2nd, at 2pm at Cary High School.
The NCSCA All-Star roster includes Kennedy Rucker ! She will play on July 16 at MacPherson Stadium in Greensboro at 6:30 pm.
The NCSCA Clash of the Carolinas team includes Hope Ingram who will play on June 29th at the WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary
Last night, the Lady Rams played their hearts out but lost to East Chapel Hill in the State 3A Championship. It is with great pride in our team that I tell you they always played with heart, determination, skill, and desire. To all the ladies, I congratulate you.
WLOS coverage of the game can be found HERE.
The Citizen-Times live blogged the final and it’s story can be found HERE. Their write-up on the game is HERE. Citizen-Times photos can be found in their write-up.
Info for Saturday from the NCHSAA.
Digital tickets are available for the Women’s Soccer State Championships online through Huddle’s GoFan platform. They are $10 + a service charge. With a digital ticket, you will not need to wait in line to purchase a ticket at the game. Also, you are able to pay with a credit card. Click this LINK to order a digital ticket.
We encourage you to promote this digital ticket option to your parents, fans, schools and communities!
We are excited to be partnered with the NFHS Network and to have the Women’s Soccer Championships streamed LIVE on Saturday! For anyone who cannot make it to the games at Dail Soccer Complex, they will be able to watch all of the action from anywhere! The NFHS Network is a subscription-based digital network through which fans can watch from their computer, phone, tablet and even on Apple TV. Please encourage those who can’t make it to the game to subscribe and watch on the NFHS Network! Here is the LINK for the Championships: