Girls Soccer
Five games in seven days surely kept the Waconia girls’ soccer team busy last week, as the Wildcats emerged from the run 3-2. It began Saturday, Sept. 7 as the Wildcats picked up a 2-1 win over Wright County Conference competitor Mound-Westonka. Monday, Sept. 9 brought another conference victory f...Read More
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In four games last week, the Mayer Lutheran girls’ soccer team found itself battling in overtime twice. The Crusaders emerged from the week 2-2 with victories over Glencoe-Silver Lake and the International School of Minnesota. LHS began the week with a 3-1 loss to Becker on Sept. 9. Belle Flucas s...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ soccer team saw its three-game winning streak come to an last week with a 3-1 loss at Southwest Christian, and went on to split a pair of games later in the week. The Royals responded to the loss at SWC with a 6-0 win over Glencoe-Silver Lake that coach Lindsey Rague des...Read More
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The Waconia girls’ soccer team came away 2-0 last week, picking up big conference wins over Holy Family and Mound-Westonka. At Holy Family on Sept. 3, head coach Mike Bruggeman said it was a back and forth match, with the two teams trading goals all game. Tied 2-2 at half and then 3-3 later in [.....Read More
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The LHS girls soccer team sandwiched a big win in between two losses last week, as Mayer Lutheran started on the road but finished at home. At Concordia Academy – Roseville on Sept. 3, the Crusaders fell 8-1. Junior Hannah Zahrte scored the lone goal for LHS late in the game off a corner kick....Read More
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After Tuesday’s game against Orono was postponed due to the heat, the Waconia girls’ soccer team opened the conference on Friday, Aug. 30 by hosting Delano. In the 1-1 tie, sophomore Jayden Zapf scored the ‘Cats goal, assisted by senior Jacey Zapf. Head coach Mike Bruggeman said the team was a...Read More
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