Arlington’s Tyler Howe, left, and Edmonds-Woodway’s Ryan Hanby vie for control of the ball Saturday afternoon at Shoreline Stadium in Shoreline, Washington on May 14, 2022. The Warriors won 4-2. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Arlington’s Tyler Howe (left) and Edmonds-Woodway’s Ryan Hanby vie for control of the ball at Shoreline Stadium on May 14. The Warriors won 4-2. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Brackets released for state high school boys soccer tournaments

Kamiak, Shorecrest, Monroe and Edmonds-Woodway are headed to their respective state tournaments.

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association released the brackets for the high school state boys soccer tournaments on Sunday.

For each classification, teams that qualified for state through their respective district tournaments were seeded by the WIAA’s seeding committees. The committees used the WIAA’s state RPI rankings as one tool in their seeding.

Here’s a look at the matchups for local teams, with times and locations included if available:

CLASS 4A

The 4A state tournament is a 16-team single-elimination bracket. It begins with first-round and quarterfinal matchups this week, followed by the state final four May 27-28 in Puyallup.

No. 15 Kamiak travels to face No. 2 Union in a first-round match at 6 p.m. Tuesday at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver, Washington. The winner advances to face either No. 7 Skyline or No. 10 Kennedy Catholic in a quarterfinal match Friday or Saturday.

CLASS 3A

The 3A state tournament is a 20-team single-elimination bracket. It begins with play-in, first-round and quarterfinal matchups this week, followed by the state final four May 27-28 in Puyallup.

No. 3 Shorecrest faces either No. 14 O’Dea or No. 19 Auburn Riverside in a first-round match Friday. The winner advances to face either No. 6 Mead or No. 11 Hazen in a quarterfinal match Saturday.

No. 8 Monroe faces No. 9 Bainbridge in a first-round match Friday. The winner advances to face either No. 1 Mount Vernon, No. 16 Seattle Prep or No. 17 Central Kitsap in a quarterfinal match Saturday.

No. 15 Edmonds-Woodway hosts No. 18 Bonney Lake in a play-in match at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Edmonds Stadium. The winner advances to face No. 2 Lakeside in a first-round match Friday. The winner of that match advances to face either No. 7 North Central or No. 10 Peninsula in a quarterfinal match Saturday.

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