The NEPSAC Class B girls soccer tournament is a mix of the new and the familiar, with five holdover teams from last year -- including defending champion Suffield -- and three newcomers.
The eight-team bracket is led by top-seeded Pingree, which came up one win short of a championship a year ago and challenged itself with a 20-game regular-season schedule that featured some of the best opposition in the region.
The winners of Wednesday’s quarterfinals advance to Saturday’s semifinals, with the championship game slated for Sunday at The Rivers School.
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