Plainfield Central’s Moses Mata living his dream

“I always had dreams to come to America, to play soccer and attend college.”

PREVIEW: U.S. AIR FORCE BRACKET – 2018 PEPSICO SHOWDOWN GIRLS (CHICAGO)

The 16th Annual PepsiCo Showdown Girls is a high school sporting event unlike any other, featuring 96 high schools, 2,500+ girls soccer players, more than 200 communities and nearly 200 games in an eight-day span. And to top it off, all of those teams and players are at Olympic Park in Schaumburg on back-to-back Saturdays – starting with Opening Day on April 7 and finishing with a massive celebration on April 14 for Championship Saturday. Bob Narang breaks down the U.S. AIR FORCE BRACKET of the PepsiCo Showdown Girls.

PREVIEW: U.S. NAVY BRACKET – 2018 PEPSICO SHOWDOWN GIRLS (CHICAGO)

The 16th Annual PepsiCo Showdown Girls is a high school sporting event unlike any other, featuring 96 high schools, 2,500+ girls soccer players, more than 200 communities and nearly 200 games in an eight-day span. And to top it off, all of those teams and players are at Olympic Park in Schaumburg on back-to-back Saturdays – starting with Opening Day on April 7 and finishing with a massive celebration on April 14 for Championship Saturday. Bob Narang breaks down the U.S. NAVY BRACKET of the PepsiCo Showdown Girls.

PREVIEW: U.S. ARMY BRACKET – 2018 PEPSICO SHOWDOWN GIRLS (CHICAGO)

The 16th Annual PepsiCo Showdown Girls is a high school sporting event unlike any other, featuring 96 high schools, 2,500+ girls soccer players, more than 200 communities and nearly 200 games in an eight-day span. And to top it off, all of those teams and players are at Olympic Park in Schaumburg on back-to-back Saturdays – starting with Opening Day on April 7 and finishing with a massive celebration on April 14 for Championship Saturday. Bob Narang breaks down the U.S. ARMY BRACKET of the PepsiCo Showdown Girls.

Plainfield East Has The Keys To Success

Saint Ambrose-bound goalie Alison Cosola believes this could be a special season for Plainfield East: “I feel like we’re going to be really good this year with a lot of seniors and new players that are good coming in as freshmen. Teamwork, communication, staying focused and remaining positive are the keys.” Bob Narang has the story.