Here’s a look at the top Arizona high school girls’ soccer teams in conferences 3A, 4A, 5A, and 6A for the season that ended Feb. 26.
March 5, 2020
1. Scottsdale Chaparral, 21-1-3
Won his fourth straight state title as the No. 1 seed in the 6A tournament and defeated seventh seed Chandler Hamilton, 4-0.
2. Gilbert Christian, 18-1
The Knights clinched their first 3A state title as the third seed in a 1-0 victory over No. 8 Sahuarita and finished the best season in program history on a 16-game winning streak.
3. Queen Creek Casteel, 16-2-1
As the 5A tournament seed, the Colts ended their season on 10 straight wins, including their 3-0 shutout of tenth seed Ironwood Ridge in the championship for their second state title in three seasons.
4. Flag, 14-4-1
Earned his first state title in nine seasons as the No. 3 seed by beating fourth seed Tucson Catalina Foothills, 4-2 in a penalty shootout, in Tournament 4A.
Was the most dominant team in the 4A conference and the top seed in its conference tournament that had a 14-game winning streak that was snapped by the No. 4 seed Catalina Foothills in the semifinals, 1- 0.
6. Tucson Catalina Foothills, 16-5-1
Won 12 of his last 14 games of the season and became the fourth seed and 4A tournament runner-up after losing to Flagstaff, 4-2, in a penalty shootout.
7. Tucson Salpointe Catholic, 15-2-4
The seventh seed in the highly competitive 4A Conference Tournament who lost his championship hopes four rounds in the semifinals to eventual champion Flagstaff in a 3-2 penalty shootout.
8. Northwest Phoenix Christian, 15-2-1
The 2019 3A conference champion and the No. 2 seed in his tournament who was upset by seventh seed American Leadership Academy-Gilbert North in a thrilling quarterfinal matchup, 4-3.
9. Phoenix Desert Vista, 13-4-3
Won nine of his last 12 games of the season and was the No. 4 seed who lost to eventual champion Chaparral, 1-0, in Semi-Final 6A.
10. Oro Valley Ironwood Ridge, 12-8-3
Despite struggling early in the season to reach a 2-7-2 record through Jan. 10, Ironwood Ridge came alive afterwards to win 10 of its last 12 games. The Nighthawks became the quintessential Cinderella story of the 5A tournament; they upset the seventh-seeded and Rincon/University Conference Sororan Area champion in a 3-0 first-round shutout; dethroned last season’s champion and second seed Gilbert Campo Verde in a quarter-final 1-0 in overtime; won in the semi-final against sixth seed Scottsdale Desert Mountain in a 5-3 penalty shootout before losing to Casteel in the final, 3-0.