The Garfield High School Soccer team plays Stadium High School in the first game of the 4A State Tournament tomorrow night, Tuesday May 17th, at 7 PM at Memorial Stadium in Queen Anne. Don’t miss the opportunity to come out and support your neighborhood team on the biggest stage. The Garfield crowd has been raucous the whole season, contributing to an undefeated record at home. Take your kids, significant others, or friends and wear your purple to watch an intense game. Hope to see you there!
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Garfield Soccer Wins KingCo Championship!
The Garfield High School Soccer Team won the KingCo Championship last night in front of a packed house at Memorial Stadium! Check out the link to the article in the Seattle Times. http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/highschoolsports/2011840973_newberry12.html
The inspired Bulldogs rode that emotion to a 4-1 victory over Skyline and their first KingCo 4A tournament championship, sending Garfield to the state playoffs for the first time since 2002.
“It was very important for me to show up,” said Martinez, a first-year Garfield coach whose injuries stemmed from being kicked in the face during a soccer game. “I’ve grown with this team just as they’ve grown with me. I wanted them to know they have my full support out there.”
Garfield players held the championship trophy high after the game while their coach kept mostly away from the celebration. It was the Bulldogs’ first appearance in the title game, often a showcase for Eastside teams.
“It’s huge,” senior captain Chris Perkins said. “It’s the culmination of all of our efforts.”
Come show your support at the State Tournament!
Garfield High School Soccer in KingCo Championship
The Garfield High School Boys Soccer Team has finished first in the KingCo League after the regular season and now plays for the KingCo League Championship at 7:30 PM Tuesday, May 11, at Memorial Stadium. The game has high stakes; the winner goes directly to the state tournament as a #1 seed. This is the strongest Garfield team in a long time, it’s been a decade since a team from Garfield has made it to state. Come out to support your neighborhood team, and wear your purple!