Kapaun Mount Carmel and Northwest can each win the outright City League girls soccer title tonight.
Heights can share the league crown. Bishop Carroll can finish second and play spoiler.
And they're all playing each other on what promises to be an eventful finish to a competitive league schedule.
"Terribly exciting for the league," Carroll coach John Barber said. "We're all looking forward to it. It's great for soccer in the region."
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Northwest, which hosts Kapaun tonight, is the only team that controls its own destiny for the outright title. The Grizzlies, despite being 7-7 overall, are undefeated in league play with a tie against Carroll.
Northwest (6-0-1) clinches the title with a win, but a loss could drop the Grizzlies into a tie for second place.
"We're due," Northwest coach Bobby Bribiesca said. "It was 2003 the last time we were in first place. We're past due. I think playing at home on senior night; I hope it gives us a little bit of an edge."
Kapaun, which has won or shared the last six league titles, is the other school that can win the outright championship tonight.
The only blemish on the Crusaders' CL record (6-1) is a loss to Heights. But tonight Kapaun could be rooting for the Falcons, because if both teams win they'll share the title. Heights plays host to Carroll.
"I think it's good for the league to have four teams being able to compete for a chance and compete with Kapaun," Bribiesca said.
Heights finished 7-1 in CL play last season but couldn't catch undefeated Kapaun. The same record this year could get the Falcons a share of the league championship.
Heights, which suffered an early defeat to Northwest, seems to be peaking as it nears entry into the postseason. The Falcons haven't lost since April 8 and are outscoring opponents 42-8 during an eight-game winning streak.
"I feel like we're playing well," Heights coach Steve Parks said. "I'm ready for the game and I know it's going to be a battle. It's two great teams, so I'm excited."
Carroll (5-1-1) can finish alone in second with a win and Kapaun loss. The Golden Eagles are excited about the possibility of playing spoiler but most focused on entering the postseason with momentum.
"We're really excited about playing Heights, as high a level as they're playing," Barber said. "And we want to go out of the regular season on a high note. We've talked about not ending the regular season on a loss. I think we're mentally prepared for it; and if we can spoil it for Heights, that's not an altogether bad thing."