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Tuesday, December 23, 2008


Seven-Year Itch
After seven straight state runner-up finishes, Nolan Catholic (Fort Worth, Texas), behind a strong senior lineup, is poised to finally take home a title. MORE

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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


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Thursday, November 13, 2008

ESPN: High School Soccer

Not only does ESPN cover the world best professional and college athelets but not they are "celebrating high school athletics" through a new website ESPNRise. ESPN will now handle the national and regional rankings of high school sports, which includes high school soccer. The first rankings will be posted after Thanksgiving but the Nolan Catholic Women's Soccer Team has already received recoginition early on during this young season.

Click on the following link to view the brand new ESPN website Once you go to the following website click on the "soccer blog" for the latest boys and girls high school soccer news and there is a story of Winter Soccer Surprises.


“Where the Best Come to Play”

January 8-10, 2009
Fort Worth, Texas

The 2009 RED BULL/NIKE NOLAN SHOWCASE will bring together the top girls high school teams from around the country. Teams from Texas, California, Florida, Arizona, and Louisiana will be represented. It is a true college showcase for high school soccer. The Nolan Showcase is touted as the top event for high school soccer in Texas if not in the country. Last year’s event featured 6 of the TOP 10 teams in the country and 10 of the 14 teams in the event were ranked nationally in the TOP 30. The Nolan Showcase always helps in producing the Nation’s #1 team.

The top players in the country have participated in the event over the past 7 years: US National Team Player and Olympic Gold Medalist, Amy Rodriguez (Santa Margarita) and US U-21 National Team Player and UNC’s Jessica Maxwell (Colleyville Heritage). UNC’s Courtney Jones (Monte Vista), the University of Florida’s Jazmyne Avant (Coppell), BYU’s Lauren Anderson (Monte Vista), TCU’s Alex Mechalske (Nolan), Texas’ Kendall Frizzell (Tyler Lee) and University of Kentucky’s Laura Burton (Amador Valley) participated in 08, as well as Notre Dame recruit Jazmine Hall (Marcus). US under-16 National Pool Player, Whitney Jaynes (Plano West) and Lexi Harris (Plano West) were also in attendance. Jaynes and Harris were both headed to New Zealand with the National Team following the event. Other notable showcase participants were University of Texas standouts Caitlin Kennedy (Colleyville Heritage) and Kendall Campisi (Ursuline), as well as LSU’s Michelle Makasini (Colleyville Heritage), Texas A&M’s Becky Olson (Nolan) University of Virginia’s Caitlin Miskel (St. Thomas Aquinas), Stanford standout Kiki Bosio (Santa Margarita), USC National Champion JJ Johnson (Santa Margarita), and TCU’s Jackie Torda (Nolan).

Divisions are Set (Schedules Posted 11/14/08)...

Nolan Catholic (Fort Worth, TX)
Southlake Carroll (Southlake, TX)
Mayfair (Lakewood, CA)
Kingwood (Kingwood, TX)
Grapvine (Grapevine, TX)
Martin (Arlington, TX)
Midland (Midland, TX)
St. Stephen's (Austin, TX)
Marcus (Flower Mound, TX)
Corona del Mar (Newport Beach, CA)
Ursuline (Dallas, TX)
Klein Oak (Klein, TX)
Plano West (Plano, TX)
St. Thomas More (Lafayette, LA)
Flower Mound (Flower Mound, TX)
Keller (Keller, TX)
Coppell (Coppell, TX)
Colleyville Heritage (Colleyville, TX)
Tyler Lee (Tyler, TX)
McKinney Boyd (McKinney, TX)

Mansfield Summit (Mansfield, TX)
Hockaday School (Dallas, TX)
Antonion College Prep (San Antonio, TX)
Amarillo High School (Amarillo, TX)
Lewisville High School (Lewisville, TX)
Lake Highlands High School (Lake Highlands, TX)
San Angelo Central High School (San Angelo, TX)
Colony High School (Colony, TX)
Bishop Lynch High School (Dallas, TX)
Deer Park High School (Deer Park, TX)