May 27, 2008
The Charlottesville and Fluvanna girls soccer teams are preparing for Wednesday night's Region II semifinals, when both will take the field with a shot a berth to states. The two will play in separate games, with the potential of meeting each other in the Region II championship game.
Charlottesville shut out Briar Woods on Monday, 2-0, behind goals from Liza Little and Emily Perrin. The Black Knights will travel to Brentsville tomorrow, a team that knocked them out of this very same Region II tournament a year ago. Charlottesville will have revenge on its mind tomorrow night, and will look for a spot in the title game.
Fluvanna topped Handley, 4-3, on Monday, and travels to Broad Run for its shot to move on. If both teams win, they will face each other in the regional finals, which will be a rematch of the Jefferson District championship game, in which Charlottesville won, 5-1. The winner of each semifinal match up also earns an automatic bid to the state tournament.
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