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Boys Soccer sits 3rd after first half of region play

  The Boys Soccer team sought to beef up their non-region schedule this year, in an attempt to ascend to the top of the very competitive Region 8-AAAA. After early season games with 5A Powerhouses Fort Dorchester, West Ashley and James Island, and a long trip to #3 state ranked 4A team Hartsville, The Warriors

2 Soccer Warriors attend Senior Showcase

  Carlos Hernandez and Adrian Santiago, two senior soccer players on the Boys Soccer team, attended the 2nd Annual Lloyd’s Soccer High School Senior Showcase held at Brookland-Cayce High School in Cayce, SC. ┬áThe primary purpose of the showcase is “to identify a pool of potential players for the Clash of the Carolinas and the

Boys Soccer open season concludes with record numbers

Boys Soccer December open practice concludes with record numbers The 2016-2017 Boys Soccer season at Stall High school unofficially began these past two weeks with “open practice,” a period allowed by the SCHSL for open training for the upcoming spring sports season. The team began practice on December 5th and concluded the December open period

Boys Soccer 1st Round Playoff Match-up

The Stall boys soccer team will open the playoffs by traveling to Brookland-Cayce High School in Columbia for a first round match Tuesday May 3. Start time is set for 6:30. Directions to the high school are below. Good luck Warriors! https://www.google.com/maps/dir/3625+Ashley+Phosphate+Road,+North+Charleston,+SC/Brookland+Cayce+High+School,+State+Street,+Cayce,+SC/@33.4532463,-81.1234932,9z/am=t/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x88fe626924aa8965:0xe34fbf27702c1bdb!2m2!1d-80.0803857!2d32.9235043!1m5!1m1!1s0x88f8bb6a6c39ace9:0xe3b4d810d33171e1!2m2!1d-81.0576723!2d33.9821975!3e0

Boys Soccer Final: Stall 4 Berkeley 3

The Stall boys soccer team punched their ticket into the postseason with a thrilling 4-3 victory over the Berkeley Stags at Lynda Davis Field. A physical game which saw several yellow cards and a couple of injuries, came down to a Stall goal in stoppage time to secure the 4-3 victory. After a even first