It's happened only three times in program history, but it's happened in back-to-back seasons.
And at 8-3 overall, the Bayfield High School girls soccer program enters its second consecutive postseason with its
best record ever.
The Wolverines earned the No. 21 seed Sunday in the CHSAA Class 3A Girls Soccer Championships.
I'm pretty happy with that seed," BHS head coach Jen Zelinski said Sunday night after the seeding committee announced
its 32-team tournament bracket.
Bayfield will play at 2 p.m. Wednesday at No. 12 Basalt, who finished the regular season 10-1-3 overall as a member of
the Western Slope League.
Bayfield is familiar with the Western Slope League.
They're in the same league as Coal Ridge," said Zelinski, whose Wolverines lost last year's first-round playoff game
4-nil to Coal Ridge.
I don't know a whole lot about (Basalt), but I know they lost 3-0 to Coal Ridge this year. Whatever that means,"
Bayfield graduated seven seniors from last year's postseason roster, but we've replaced them very well with younger
players," said Zelinski, who called this year's team the most athletic" she's ever coached in her four years at
The Classical Academy from Colorado Springs earned the
No. 1 seed in the tournament at 15-0. TCA will host No. 32 Rye in the first round.
The top 16 seeds in the tournament will host first-round games, and the higher seed will host through the
quarterfinals. The semifinals will be played May 22 at All-City Stadium in Denver, and the championship will be played
May 25 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City.
Bayfield will practice as usual at 4 p.m. today at Wolverine Country Stadium before leaving at noon Tuesday for