Area Girls Soccer Games To Watch

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Berlin at Glastonbury, Tuesday: Tomahawks needed an overtime goal last season to win season opener in Berlin. Can Redcoats return the favor in Glastonbury this year?

Rocky Hill at Farmington, Tuesday: Pair of contenders bring back plenty of experience from last year and will be hungry to start strong under the lights at Tunxis Mead Park.

RHAM at Northwest Catholic, Tuesday: Indians' bid to win back-to-back titles starts against the always challenging Sachems.

Avon at Suffield, Sept. 14: No easing into the season for the two NCCC perennial powerhouses as they're part of a doubleheader on the first Friday (the boys play after) of the year.

Avon at Granby, Sept. 19: Bears quest to repeat as league champions will depend heavily on this outcome.

South Windsor at Glastonbury, Oct. 1: Tomahawks will be looking for some payback after rival Bobcats denied them a perfect season last fall.

Northwest Catholic at Berlin, Oct. 5: Forget football. Two of the best offenses in the CCC meet up for an out-of-division game the first Friday in October under the lights at Sage Park.

Hall at Bristol Eastern, Oct. 5: Midseason showcase of two well-balanced teams should display what they're each capable of in the postseason.

Tolland at Rocky Hill, Oct. 23: Rival Terriers beat Eagles last season in Class M second round.

Northwest Catholic at Hall, Oct. 25: Warriors could be the final hurdle between Indians and a perfect regular season.

Matthew Conyers

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