To Broadcast Live The 2015 Boy’s And Girl’s High School All America Games

Boy’s Game Kicks off at 2 pm ET; Girl’s Game Set for 4 pm ET

Continental Tire Will Serve as the Presenting Sponsor

RALEIGH, NC (Friday, December 4, 2015) –, in conjunction with presenting sponsor Continental Tire, will broadcast via live stream the 2015 National High School Boy’s and Girl’s All America Soccer Games being played this Saturday at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, N.C.  

The games which will be aired live at 2 pm ET (boys) and 4 pm ET (girls) can be viewed by going to

“We are delighted to welcome back Continental Tire as the presenting sponsor of this great event,” said Eric Stratman, director of the fifth annual High School All America Soccer Games. “Continental Tire has been an amazing ambassador for the growth of soccer in this country. With their support and the partnership with we now can show the entire country and even relatives overseas via a live and professional broadcast some of the very best boy’s and girl’s high school players in the country.”

Eighty of the nation’s elite boy’s and girl’s high school soccer players from fall playing states will take part in the fifth Annual High School All-American Game. The players selected are seniors who have finished their high school careers and represent their high school teams during the fall season. These players have achieved many regional and national awards and will attend some of the top universities across the country.

2015 Boy's High School All-America Game Roster
2015 Girl's High School All-America Game Roster
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Veteran play-by-play announcer Dean Linke, a longtime voice for college soccer as well as the Carolina RailHawks professional soccer team, will call both games.  James Alverson, the assistant program director and high school sports analyst for Capitol Broadcasting Company and 99.9 The Fan (ESPN Radio Raleigh), will serve as an analyst for the boy’s game.  Allie Dosmann, multimedia reporter and producer for 97.1 The Fan (ESPN Radio Columbus, OH) and a former high school and college club soccer player, will analyze the girl’s game.


For More Information Contact: Eric Stratman, 217-257-1103