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Windsor soccer team back in playoffs after one-year absence

Tommy Wood
twood@greeleytribune.com

Windsor Wizards

» Record: 7-0 4A Tri-Valley Conference, 10-5 overall

» Seed: No. 30 in the 4A bracket

» First-round opponent: No. 3 The Classical Academy Titans (8-0 4A Colorado Springs Metro Conference, 13-2 overall)

» When and where: 4:30 p.m. today at The Classical Academy

» What to know: Windsor is back in the state playoffs after a one-year absence. Before that, the Wizards qualified for the playoffs five years in a row.

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Windsor finished the season ranked 34th in CHSAA RPI but qualified for state by winning its conference. The Wizards are riding an eight-game win streak, which began on Sept. 21 with a 2-1 win on the road against Erie.

Windsor has posted five shutouts during its win streak and has outscored its opponents 38-5.

The last time the Wizards went unbeaten in conference was in 2012. Windsor has never won a state soccer championship, but it made it to the eight-team quarterfinals in 2010.

The Classical Academy has also never won a state title but was runner-up the past three years and five of the past six season, including three times at the 3A level. The Wolverines have outscored their opponents 98-8 this season, including 11 shutouts.

Senior Titus Grant is The Classical Academy's top scorer with 25 goals and 14 assists.

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