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Private elementary soccer league heads to playoffs

The Grades 3-5 boys and girls brackets round-robin ends on the same day as well with their top 4 postseason scheduled for November 24. All finals will be held on Nov. 26.
“It has been a great competition and we are looking forward to the finals next week,” said FFAS CEO Tavita Taumua.
It will be a top six playoff format for the Grades 6-8, boys and girls divisions with the top two seeds sitting out the first round of the postseason while No. 3 takes on No. 6 and No. 4 plays against No. 5.
GRADES 6-8 BOYS
South Pacific Academy completed a perfect season with an 8-0 record to finish in the No. 1 spot while Peteli Academy moved into the No. 2 spot after winning its final match of the season. Both these teams will sit out the first round of the playoffs with a bye.
No. 3 is Marist St. Francis while No. 4 is Kanana Fou A, followed by St. Theresa at No. 5 and Pacific Horizons at No. 6 to round out the top six teams in the playoffs.
Completing the standings from No. 7-9 are Iakina Academy, Samoa Baptist and Kanana Fou-B in that order. Samoa Baptist are the defending champions and are out of the playoffs.
Marist St. Francis will play Pacific Horizons while Kanana Fou A takes on St. Theresa. The lowest seeded winner will take on No. 1 South Pacific Academy while the highest seeded winner faces off against Peteli Academy next week Monday.
GRADES 6-8 GIRLS
St. Theresa topped the division with a perfect record while finishing second is Samoa Baptist, the division’s defending champions from 2013. These two teams await their opponents from the Nov. 20 playoffs.
Peteli Academy is third, followed by Marist St. Francis, Kanana Fou A at No. 5 and Iakina Academy at No. 6.
Nos. 7-9 and not included in the playoffs are Kanana Fou B, Pacific Horizons and South Pacific Academy.
Peteli will take on Iakina Academy while Marist St. Francis takes on Kanana Fou A.
GRADES 3-5 BOYS
Peteli Academy leads the boys division and are edging closer and closer to a three-peat title.
Kanana Fou A is second, followed by Samoa Baptist while Iakina Academy rounds out the top four teams in the division.
Kanana Fou B is fifth, followed by South Pacific Academy, St. Theresa and finally Pacific Horizons. Kanana Fou B and South Pacific Academy still have a shot at making the top four for the playoffs.
GRADES 3-5 GIRLS
Kanana Fou B is No. 1 and followed closely by their school’s other team, Kanana Fou A in the No. 2 spot.
Samoa Baptist B is third, followed by Peteli Academy at No. 4 while defending champs St. Theresa are at the fifth spot, and rounding it out at No. 6 and No. 7 are Samoa Baptist A and South Pacific Academy, respectively.
St. Theresa can still earn a spot in the top four for the playoffs.

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