Coach: Chuck Morgan (16th year).
2018: 10-6 (district finalist).
Outlook: Senior Josie Arduser and sophomore Haley Peterson each scored 10 goals last season and lead nine returning starters.
Coach: Shelly Fargo (second year).
Outlook: With eight returning starters, Lincoln High has more experienced soccer players compared with most years.
Lincoln Lutheran/Raymond Central
Coach: Dave Gosselin (10th year).
Outlook: All-city defender Grace Soenksen leads 10 returning starters for a team that gained a lot of experience last season.
Coach: Jose Hidalgo (first year).
Outlook: The season could be a challenge for the Rockets after the graduation of Super-State forward Tiannah Moore. Her 24 goals scored last season were more than half of the team’s goals.
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Coach: Rusty Moreno (third year).
Outlook: Forward Madison Boeker is already one of the leading goal scorers in program history, and the Gators also have a good goalie with Megan Messersmith.
Lincoln Pius X
Coach: Steve Andersen.
2018: 7-8 (district finalist).
Outlook: All-city midfielder Julia Suelter helps lead 10 returning starters. Pius X is the smallest school in Class A, based on female enrollment.
Coach: Jim Ageton (fifth year).
2018: 15-2 (state qualifier).
Outlook: Senior forward Cassie Nash scored 14 goals last year, and defender McKenzie Boeve earned all-state honors last season.
Coach: Thomas Nettleton (eighth year).
2018: 12-4 (state semifinalist).
Outlook: Southwest’s eight returning starters include all-city players Maranda Kavan (15 goals), Baylee Drahota and Reagan Wells. The Silver Hawks have been in the state semifinals four consecutive years.