Boys Soccer

'HSOT Live' to broadcast Wake County Cup championship on Saturday

Posted September 18

Robert Bailey (23) of Leesville Road & Jackson Hollenback (4) of Cardinal Gibbons. Cardinal Gibbons pitched a shutout against Leesville Road, winning 5-0 in boys soccer on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. (Photo By: Nick Stevens/HighSchoolOT.com)

— For the first time ever, HighSchoolOT.com will provide live video coverage of high school soccer on Saturday.

"HighSchoolOT Live" will air the Wake County Cup championship game live on Saturday evening. Kickoff is scheduled for approximately 7 p.m. from Cardinal Gibbons High School.

The championship game will feature two unbeaten teams – Cardinal Gibbons and Heritage.

Cardinal Gibbons is currently 7-0-1. The Crusaders' lone tie, a 2-2 final, came against New Hanover in the N.C. Soccer Coaches Association Kickoff event in August.

Four of Cardinal Gibbons' seven wins have been shutouts.

Heritage is a perfect 10-0 on the season. The Huskies have not been beaten or tied yet this fall and have an early season win over Green Hope, the lone loss on the season for the Falcons.

The Huskies have scored 10 or more goals twice this season and have pitched three shutouts.

Saturday's live coverage of the Wake County Cup championship can be seen live on HighSchoolOT.com, the HighSchoolOT mobile app, or the WRAL app for Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV.

Two other Wake County Cup games will be played before the championship game. At 3 p.m., East Wake will face Panther Creek, followed by Knightdale and Green Hope at approximately 5 p.m.

In addition to live coverage of the championship game, HighSchoolOT.com will have photos, video highlights and stories from each of the three game at Cardinal Gibbons on Saturday.

Boys Soccer: Millbrook vs. Heritage (Aug. 30, 2017)

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