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Southeastern PA Soccer Coaches Association High School All-Star Games

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association is proud to once again host a series of all-star games for high school players. With 10 conferences represented, a total of eight games—six boys and two girls—will be played at Eastern University on Sunday, November 27. More than 200 high school players will take part in the festivities.

“This is our annual celebration of the high school game, which we believe plays a crucial role in the soccer and athletic communities,” said Southeastern Pennsylvania Soccer Coaches Association representative John Dunlop. “We are proud to recognize all the players who made this such a special season.”

The games come one week after the completion of the PIAA State Championships. Conestoga, the boys winner in Class AAAA, will be the lone state champion represented at Eastern. Members of the Pioneers will play on the Central League team.

The breakdown of Sunday’s schedule is below:

On Field A

9:30 AM—Philadelphia Catholic League Red v. Ches-Mont League

11:00 AM—Philadelphia Catholic League Blue v. Central League

12:30 PM—Pioneer Athletic Conference v. Philadelphia Public League Blue

2:00 PM—Suburban One League Continental v. Suburban One League National

3:30 PM—Girls Game (Teams TBD)

On Field B

10:00 AM—Friends League v. Tri-County Independent School League

11:30 AM—Philadelphia Public League Gold v. Del Val League

1:00 PM—Suburban One League American v. Bicentennial League

2:30 PM—Girls Game (Teams TBD)

All players will get to keep their game jerseys as a token of their involvement. Admission is $5 for adults, $1 for non-playing students.

 
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