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High School Showdown

This dispatch comes from Post colleague Paul Tenorio.....

For followers of Virginia high school soccer, or the game in general, the matchup between the Post's top two ranked teams, No. 2 Robinson at No. 1 Westfield, has been postponed until Friday night at 7 p.m. Westfield has scored 20 goals in four games and Robinson is a solid defensive team that advanced to the Virginia AAA state championship game last year.

Westfield features Virginia-bound and D.C. United Academy forward Sean Murnane, a first-team All-Met selection last season who has scored eight goals already this year after scoring 18 as a junior. Robinson is guided by former George Mason U. women's coach Jac Cicala.

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By Steve Goff  |  March 26, 2009; 2:02 PM ET
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hmm i was wondering which type of high school ball is better/more competitive: public school or private school? for instance, comparing the wcac to the AAA or whatever the public school league is?

Posted by: abgcunited11 | March 26, 2009 3:36 PM | Report abuse

that will be the AAA. Wakefield should be number 1, they beat last nigh Parkview 3-1.

Posted by: miaguila1 | March 26, 2009 3:49 PM | Report abuse

Hey, Goff, MLS discovery/academy rules question:

Since he's a DCU Academite, do United get the MLS rights to Murnane when he leaves UVA? Or by going to college, do his rights vanish into the ether?

Posted by: TheAMT | March 26, 2009 4:37 PM | Report abuse

High school ball. You could get more hits than stadium newzzzzzzzzzzzzz. I approve. Hope you give Maryland some time in the fall.

Posted by: OWNTF | March 27, 2009 8:20 AM | Report abuse

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