UIL: Girls High School Soccer Preview and Predictions

With the boys high school soccer predictions out, now it’s the girls turn. Same as with the boys, UIL realigned the districts which will create some interesting match ups and create new rivalries.

Last year, we possibly saw the best senior class of soccer players from the girls. It is testament to the hard work and dedication of the high school, club and academy coaches developing the talent and leaders; taking girls soccer to a whole new level in and around San Antonio.

The 2019-2020 season was left out with a UIL State Champion and some contenders feel like they have unfinished business. While some schools are strong contenders to a UIL State Championship, others are looking improve on last season’s records while others build teamwork and comradery. At the the end of the day, it shouldn’t be about wins, draws or loses but building a team of leaders and skills for the future.

6A Region 4 District 27

Last year, New Braunfels Canyon were the district winners but thy have made the move to 5A and a new contender will rise to take the crown. New Braunfels, Smithson Valley and Cibolo Steele all had 13 plus wins. It will be a hotly contested season to see who wins the district.

Predicted Final Standings

  1. New Braunfels
  2. Smithson Valley
  3. Cibolo Steele
  4. Schertz Clemens
  5. SA Wagner
  6. SA East Central
  7. Converse Judson
  8. South San Antonio

6A Region 4 District 28

If we had to pick a “Group of Death” from all the Districts we cover between the boys and girls this would be it. The top 7 teams are all quality and have a shot to make the playoffs, unfortunately only the top four spots go. They will be plenty of must see matches from this district all season.

Predicted Final Standings

  1. SA LEE
  2. SA Clark
  3. SA Reagan
  4. SA Madison
  5. SA Brandeis
  6. SA Johnson
  7. SA Churchill
  8. SA McArthur
  9. SA Roosevelt

6A Region 4 District 29

With Brandeis and Clark moving to District 28, 29-6A is wide open for several teams to take the top spot in the district.

Predicted Final Standings

  1. SA Harlan
  2. SA Brennan
  3. SA O’Connor
  4. SA Taft
  5. SA Stevens
  6. SA Jay
  7. SA Warren
  8. SA Holmes
  9. SA Marshall

5A Region 4 District 26

Three of last season’s district winners now reside in 26-5A. Comal Canyon, Boerne Champion and Alamo Heights all are contenders to make a deep run to 5A state. SA Veterans Memorial and Kerrville Tivy could surprise some. Dripping Springs and Buda Johnson are the X factors.

Predicted Final Standings

  1. Comal Canyon
  2. Boerne Champion
  3. Alamo Heights
  4. SA Veterans Memorial
  5. Kerrville Tivy
  6. Dripping Springs
  7. Seguin
  8. Buda Johnson
  9. Kyle Lehman

5A Region 4 District 27

With Alamo Heights moving to another district, SA Jefferson is poised to take 27-5A.

Predicted Final Standings

  1. SA Jefferson
  2. SA Burbank
  3. SA Brackenridge
  4. SA Highlands
  5. SA Memorial
  6. SA Edison
  7. SA Lanier
  8. SA Houston
  9. SA Kennedy

5A Region District 28

Medina Valley finished second last season with only two district loses and is ready to make the jump to win district. SA Southwest could be strong contenders along with Harlandale.

Predicted Final Standings

  1. Medina Valley
  2. SA Southwest
  3. SA Harlandale
  4. Floresville
  5. Southwest Legacy
  6. Southside
  7. Eagle Pass Winn
  8. SA McCollum

4A Region 4 District 26

Predicted Final Standings

  1. Boerne
  2. Fredericksburg
  3. Comal Canyon Lake
  4. Wimberly
  5. Bandera
  6. Comal Davenport

4A Region 4 District 27

Predicted Final Standings

  1. Pleasanton
  2. La Vernia
  3. Uvalde
  4. Somerset
  5. SA Fox Tech
  6. Poteet
  7. SA Young Women’s Leadership

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