Just a few years since its creation, Skyline’s boys soccer has built a proud history. The team launched in 2008, the year Skyline High School opened with just a freshman class. As new years brought new classes to the school, the team expanded with it, adding players and building experience. After just a few seasons, the Eagles were a regional contender, building rivalries with the best programs in the state.
In 2013–in just its sixth season of existence–the Skyline boys soccer team won the state championship under the leadership of head coach Chris Morgan and assistants Suzanne Dickie and Daniel DePaulis.