2021 IGHSAU Girls State Soccer Championships

2021 IGHSAU Girls State Soccer Championships

Jun 11, 2021

Iowa PBS’s coverage of Iowa girls’ high school championships continues, as teams from across the state take to the field for the 2021 IGHSAU Girls State Soccer Championships

Friday, June 11
James W. Cownie Soccer Park | Des Moines, Iowa

Class 1A Championship
Davenport Assumption Knights vs. the Des Moines Christian Lions
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Class 2A Championship
Dallas Center-Grimes Mustangs vs. the Waverly-Shell Rock Go-Hawks
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Class 3A Championship
Ankeny Hawkettes vs. the West Des Moines Valley Tigers

 

Along with unparalleled coverage of the championships, the broadcast includes special stories featuring inspiring young Iowans:

  • Atlantic student reporter Brynna Kern uses her talents to tell the story of Zoey Moore receiving her first power wheelchair and how that impacts Zoey's life. Brynna won first prize in her class at the Iowa High School Press Association contest for "Best Video" with Zoey's story.
  • Laura Kipnusu from Valley High School is a Student Ambassador for Genesis Youth Foundation, a wrestler and a rugby player. Her parents immigrated from Africa to give their future children more opportunities. Their sacrifices are not lost on young Laura: she plans to wrestle at Grand View University next year. 
  • Two Courage League Sports athletes, Cole Quinlin, 21, and Evie McLeish, 13, share how their love of sports helps them grow as individuals and inspire others. Courage League Sports is a nonprofit adaptive sports and recreation organization that offers year-round programming for children and adults with physical, cognitive or emotional disabilities.

Programming support for the 2021 IGHSAU Girls State Soccer Championships is provided by Musco Lighting and Fareway.

Iowa PBS provided Spanish translations for the Girls State Soccer Championships. Spanish translation is made possible through support from Wells Fargo.

Stay tuned to Iowa PBS throughout the rest of the year for live coverage of the state championships for girls’ softball and volleyball.