Mountain Vista (5A), Montrose (4A), Colorado Academy (3A) have yet to lose this season and are the top seeds in their respective classifications of the 2024 girls soccer state tournaments. Flatirons Academy is atop 2A after finishing strong coupled with a late-season loss by now-No. 2 Denver Christian.

First-round games begin with 5A Tuesday, followed by 4A on Wednesday, 3A Thursday and 2A Friday. Let’s dive into a quick preview of each bracket (5A-3A is 32 teams; 2A is 16).

Girls soccer state tournament brackets:

Class 5A

Mountain Vista (13-0-1) comes into the postseason with 10 shutouts in 14 games. It has won by two or more goals in nine games.

The 5A/4A Continental champs are aiming for their fifth state title as a program and first since 2017. They have a solid tandem in net, led by junior Casey Loughran (two goals allowed in 590 minutes) and senior Kendall Johnston (3 GA in 440).

Loughran has allowed just one goal in her last 270 minutes in net, stopping 17 shots. Johnston hasn’t yielded one in her last 240 minutes.

The Golden Eagles host No. 32 Liberty (6-6-3) at Halftime Help Stadium in Highlands Ranch on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

The winner of that will face whoever advances between No. 16 Valor Christian (7-4-2) and No. 17 Legacy (6-4-4), two teams that struggled down the stretch. The Eagles won just once over their last four games (1-2-1). The Lightning beat No. 9 Broomfield for their only win over their last six games (1-2-3).

Meanwhile, the only team to put up more than one goal against top-seeded Mountain Vista this season is No. 5 Ralston Valley (12-2-1), which touts one of the state’s most productive offenses.

The 5A Jefferson County champs scored 72 goals this spring, the most they have recorded in a season in at least more than 15 years, per MaxPreps.

Raleigh Greason led the way for the Mustangs, totaling a class-most 29 goals and 68 points. She had a hat trick in two of her last three games of the regular season.

They open at home against No. 28 Cherokee Trail (5-7-3).

Class 4A

Montrose (13-0-2) and its first-round opponent, No. 32 Eagle Valley (7-4-3), shared eight similar opponents during the regular season. The Red Hawks went 8-0 in those games, the Devils 3-3-2.

Junior Ellie Duncan leads the top-ranked team in the bracket in goals (18), points (47) and is second on the team in assists (11) behind her sister Mia’s 13. Ellie scored in four straight games to close the regular season.

On the other side of the bracket, No. 3 Windsor (11-3-1) continued its dominating play in the regular season, winning its 98th straight league game to claim the Northern Colorado Athletics Conference. But now the focus is on trying to win its first state title since 2018.

Freshman Tatum Gentry leads the Wizards in points (29) and goals (13). She totaled six goals in the team’s last four games. They host No. 30 Steamboat Springs (7-5-3) in Round 1 Wednesday.

Down the bracket, No. 23 Skyline (9-4-2) is a difficult draw, as it starts at No. 10 Palmer Ridge (9-3-3). The Falcons shut out 10 opponents during the year, winning nine of them. Though, they lost all four games they allowed more than one goal in.

Charlotte Manes leads Skyline in points (36) and goals (15). Goalkeeper Lauren Pratt has 75 saves on 88 shots in net.

Class 3A

More domination from the 3A/2A Metro League as its teams make up four of the top-five seeds in the bracket.

No. 1 Colorado Academy (13-0), led by Celina Frenz’s 48 points and 20 goals, outscored teams 65-7 this spring, as it now turns its attention to going for its sixth state title as a program and first since 2019.

Just behind at No. 2, defending champ Jefferson Academy (13-2) lost to the Mustangs, 2-1, in April. But the Jags have now won 10 in a row behind a strong offense headed by Giana Gagliano (31 goals, 68 points). Only No. 9 Timnath (113 goals) scored more than JA (92) in 3A this season.

Meanwhile, No. 3 Kent Denver (11-3-1) and No. 5 Stargate School (9-2-3) sandwich the only non-Metro League team inside the top five, No. 4 Delta (14-1). The Panthers have 3A’s leading scorer, Jessie Black, who has 91 points and 40 goals. She scored multiple goals in 11 of her 15 games.

Class 2A

No. 1 Flatirons Academy (12-1-1) catapulted No. 2 Denver Christian (11-1-1) after the Thunder lost to 3A No. 11 Vail Mountain in their regular-season finale.

The top three teams in the 16-team bracket hail from the 2A Metro Hills East League, which includes No. 3 SkyView Academy (13-2).

The top-ranked Bison, led by Audrey King’s 54 points and 25 goals, played the league-champion Thunder to a 2-2 draw earlier in the season, but lost to the Hawks, 3-1, on April 27.

SkyView, averaging 5.6 goals per game this season, lost to the Thunder, 7-2, weeks prior to it.

The Bison face No. 16 Grand Valley (6-6-2) on Friday and the winner gets either No. 8 Dawson (10-4) and No. 9 Lamar (11-3-1) in the second round, which starts just a day later on Saturday.

The Thunder are home against No. 15 Gilpin County (6-6-1) and could face the winner of No. 7 Buena Vista (11-3) and No. 10 Bruce Randolph (14-0) in Round 2.

The Hawks face No. 14 Ridgway (8-5). The winner faces No. 6 Colorado Springs  Christian (10-3-2) or No. 11 Fountain Valley (11-3) — which is a rematch of last year’s 2A title game.

Ella Baker has 24 goals for the defending champ Lions. Wilna Colopy, who had a goal and assist in last year’s 3-1 title win over the Danes, meanwhile, has four goals and eight assists this spring.