Hilton Head Island girls soccer shooting to make it 4 titles in a row Friday

ksalter@islandpacket.comMay 22, 2014 

Hilton Head Island High School sophomore Emma Fields collides with St. James High School senior goal keeper Shannon Johnson while attempting to score in the second half of play during the 3-A playoffs at Hilton Head Island on May 19, 2014.

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The Hilton Head Island High School girls soccer team stands one game away from turning a three-peat into a dynasty.

The Seahawks will face Upper State champion Chapin at 5 p.m. Friday in the Class 3-A state championship game at River Bluff High School in Columbia. With a win, Hilton Head and coach Ernie Suozzi would make it four in a row, despite significant roster turnover from a year ago.

The Seahawks cruised through the Lower State bracket, allowing just two goals in four matches while scoring a 20 of their own. On the way, they put together an impressive rout of No. 1 seed Myrtle Beach on the road, winning 5-0. The topped St. James 4-1 on Monday.

Chapin defeated Eastside, 3-2, in the Upper State final.

Class 3-A Girls Soccer State Championship Game

Hilton Head Island vs. Chapin

5 p.m. Friday, River Bluff High School, Columbia

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