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Vail Daily letter: Cheer on our teams

This week, three of the four Eagle County girls’ high school soccer teams have home playoff games. With a small population base and a pool of players locally that are split between four high schools here in the county, this is a pretty big accomplishment. No matter where you live in our valley, your age, your race, creed, if you are a fan, player, coach, alumnus, student, please come on out and support a game or two. You will see a good game and a great group of focused young athletes. CHSAA charges admission to all playoff games, $7 for adults and $5 for kids. We also have a very professional group of local soccer officials. No officials, no game; please treat them well at the game. Go Huskies, Devils and Rangers. 4A schools have an enrollment of up to 1,410 students

Battle Mountain High School Huskies, No. 5-ranked in state at 4A, plays No. 54-ranked Skyview Wednesday at 6 p.m. at BMHS. 4A WSL champs! 12-0 league, 13-2 overall.

Eagle Valley High School Devils, No. 11 ranked in state at 4A, plays No. 14 ranked Green Mountain Wednesday at 5 p.m.. 4A WSL second place. 9-3 league, 12-3 overall, ranked 11th 4A, CHSAA state goal leader Mariel Gutierrez.

Vail Mountain School Rangers, No. 2 ranked in state at 2A, plays a TBD opponent Friday at home. 3A not 2A WSL champs! 10-0 league, 13-1 overall, ranked No. 3, 2A in the state tournament. VMS plays a season at 3A, then plays 2A in state tournament, based on enrollment.

Local soccer fan and parent,

Harry Sandell