Cumberland Valley's Cooper Smith battles Central Dauphin's Andrew Renaldi for the ball in their boys' high school soccer gam at Cumberland Valley. October 15, 2020 Sean Simmers |ssimmers
The playoff fields are set for both the District 3 boys and girls soccer tournaments, and once again, the Mid-Penn is well-represented in the brackets.
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Four schools from the conference have both boys and girls teams reaching the playoff with Camp Hill, Central Dauphin, Cumberland Valley and Lower Dauphin. The remaining Mid-Penn boys teams to reach the postseason are Hershey, Northern and Boiling Springs, while the other girls teams are Mechanicsburg and Greencastle-Antrim.
All quarterfinal matchups for boys and girls in Class 3A and 4A will be held on Nov. 4. The semifinals and championship rounds for all classifications will be on Nov. 7 and Nov. 10, respectively. Class 1A and 2A will only have semifinals and finals. Throughout the brackets, the higher seed will host the matchups.
In boys Class 4A, No. 2 Central Dauphin (13-1) will host No. 7 Dallastown (10-3-1) and No. 4 Cumberland Valley (9-2-1) will host No. 5 Northeastern (12-2). Top-seeded Wilson (10-0) will host No. 8 Hempfield (7-4) and No. 3 Manheim Township (10-2) will face off at home against No. 6 Conestoga Valley (8-2).
Girls Class 4A will have the same top seed with Wilson (11-0) set to face off against No. 8 Warwick (6-3-2) at home in the first round. No. 4 Lower Dauphin (12-0) will host Mid-Penn rival No. 5 Cumberland Valley (11-1) and No. 6 Central Dauphin (11-1) will be on the road to start the tournament facing No. 3 Central York (14-0). No. 2 Manheim Township (11-1) will open up against No. 7 Dallastown (11-1) at home.
The Class 3A boys grouping will also be loaded with Mid-Penn teams as No. 2 Lower Dauphin (11-0-1) welcomes No. 7 York Suburban (10-2) to Hummelstown to start the postseason and No. 3 Northern (14-0-1) will host No. 6 Hershey (8-2-2) in a Mid-Penn matchup. No. 1 Susquehannock (12-0) will host No. 8 Daniel Boone (9-3-1) and No. 4 Lampeter Strasburg (9-2-1) will host No. 5 Fleetwood (9-2).
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Both Mid-Penn teams in the girls Class 3A bracket will open the postseason at home as No. 2 Greencastle-Antrim (14-0) will play No. 7 Cocalico (10-2-1) and No. 4 Mechanicsburg will face No. 5 Daniel Boone (11-3). No. 1 ELCO (13-0) will match up against No. 8 Conrad Weiser (10-4) at home and No. 3 Gettysburg (12-0) will play against No. 6 Lampeter Strasburg (8-3-2) at home.
The brackets for both Class 1A and 2A for both boys and girls has been reduced to just four qualifiers in each. The lone Mid-Penn team for boys 2A is No. 4 Boiling Springs (11-3), which will face No. 1 Lancaster Mennonite (9-1) on the road. No. 2 Greenwood (9-0-1) and No. 3 Oley Valley (12-1-1) will square off in Greenwood for their semifinal matchup.
Likewise, the Mid-Penn has just one team in the girls 2A bracket in reigning state champion Camp Hill (9-2-1), which comes in as the No. 3 seed and will start on the road against No. 2 Northern Lebanon (14-0). No. 1 Wyomissing (14-1) will face No. 4 Bermudian Springs (10-1-1) at home.
No. 2 Camp Hill (9-1-2) will be the Mid-Penn’s only boys Class 1A team as it will host No. 3 York Catholic (11-0-1) in their semifinal matchup. No. 1 Mount Calvary Christian School (12-0-1) will host No. 4 Tulpehocken (12-20-1).
There are no Mid-Penn girls teams in the Class 1A bracket as No. 1 Fairfield (10-1-1) will host No. 4 High Point Baptist Academy (9-3) and No. 3 York Catholic will be on the road to take on No. 2 Mount Calvary Christian School (13-1).
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