Eagles soccer teams earn home playoff games

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 11, 2013 

The Arroyo Grande High girls soccer team won the PAC 7 title this year and received the seventh seed in Division 3 after losing only once this season.

On Monday, the Eagles (16-1-6, 10-1 PAC 7) learned they had earned a first-round home match against Burbank at 5 p.m. on Thursday — making them one of three local girls teams and four boys teams to secure berths in the CIF-Southern Section soccer playoffs.

San Luis Obispo’s girls team (15-10-1, 8-4), which placed third in league, will face off against Crescenta Valley on Thursday on the road in the Glendale area.

Nipomo (11-9-2, 9-3 Los Padres League) will battle La Cañada at home at 3 p.m. today in the wild card round. The Titans finished third in league play.

Of the four boys teams in the playoffs, two will play at home and two will be making road trips.

Arroyo Grande (16-10-1, 9-2-1) finished second in the PAC 7 and plays Nogales at home Friday, while Morro Bay (13-8-3, 6-4-2), a third-place finisher in the LPL, also stays at home to play Eastside of Lancaster in a wild-card round game Wednesday.

Nipomo (13-9-4, 6-4-2 LPL) will play at Camarillo on Friday. The Titans finished second in league.

Paso Robles (11-9-1, 6-6 PAC 7) will travel to Baldwin Park in the San Gabriel Valley on Wednesday for a wild-card matchup. The Bearcats placed fourth in league play.

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