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ScoringLive StaffNovember 13, 2017, 8:18pm
State champions from the past four years highlight the 34th annual Castle-Leilehua girls' soccer tournament opens Thursday at both schools' sites.
In Thurday's quarterfinals at Leilehua's Hugh Yoshida Stadium, 2014-15 state champion Mililani will play defending state champion Iolani at 5 p.m. Leilehua will play Kahuku at 7 p.m.
At Castle, 2013-14 state champion Kamehameha will face 2015-16 state champion Pearl City at 5 p.m. Castle will play Konawaena at 7 p.m.
The winners advance to Friday's 7 p.m. semifinals at their respective sites. The losers play at 5 p.m. at their respective sites.
Saturday's championship is 5 p.m. at Castle.
Earlier in the day, the third-place game is set for 3 p.m., the fifth-place game is set for 1 p.m. and the seventh-place game is 11 a.m.
Admission is $4 for adults and $3 for students at both sites.
CASTLE-LEILEHUA SOCCER TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE
Thursday, Nov. 16G-01: Mililani vs. Iolani, 5 p.m. at LeilehuaG-02: Leilehua vs. Kahuku, 7 p.m. at LeilehuaG-03: Pearl City vs. Kamehameha, 5 p.m. at CastleG-04: Castle vs. Konawaena, 7 p.m. at Castle
Friday, Nov. 17G-05: Loser (MIL-IOL) vs. Loser (LEI-KAH), 5 p.m. at LeilehuaG-06: Loser (CAST-KONA) vs. Loser (PC-KSK), 5 p.m. at CastleG-07: Winner (MIL-IOL) vs. Winner (LEI-KAH), 7 p.m. at LeilehuaG-08: Winner (CAST-KONA) vs. Winner (PC-KSK), 7 p.m. at Castle
Saturday, Nov. 18G-09: Loser (Game 5) vs. Loser (Game 6), 11 a.m. at CastleG-10: Winner (Game 5) vs. Winner (Game 6), 1 p.m. at CastleG-11: Loser (Game 7) vs. Loser (Game 8), 3 p.m. at CastleG-12: Winner (Game 7) vs. Winner (Game 8), 5 p.m. at Castle
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