Wildcat boys’ soccer

In the last game of the season, played at Chanhassen on Oct. 5, the Waconia boys’ soccer team had its first, and only, loss of the regular season. In the 2-1 loss, WHS head coach Tyrel Seim said the ‘Cats knew they would be challenged, facing the state-ranked Class AA Storm. “We played a very [...]

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With a 4-0 shutout over Mound-Westonka last week, the Waconia boys’ soccer team clinched its third consecutive Wright County Conference championship. WHS head coach Tyrel Seim said he never even thought about winning a conference title, let alone three in a row. “When I started nine years ago, we were losing games 9-1 to the [...]

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It was not a good week to be an opponent of the Waconia boys’ soccer team last week as the Wildcats shut down all four of their competitors and didn’t allow a single goal to be scored against WHS. With wins over Buffalo, Delano, and Chaska, plus a tie against Holy Family, the Wildcats improve [...]

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The Waconia boys’ soccer team string of wins continued last week, as the Wildcats picked up two conference wins and a victory in nearby Shakopee to remain undefeated at 8-0 so far this season. In a 6-0 shutout victory on Sept. 9, the Wildcats handily took down Glencoe-Silver Lake and Waconia was able to utilize [...]

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The Waconia boys’ soccer team improved to 5-0 on the season and in the Wright County Conference last week with wins over Holy Family and Mound-Westonka. WHS head coach Tyrel Seim said the team is starting to find real chemistry and is enjoying early season success, but knows the work it will take to maintain [...]

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Although Delano scored first on Aug. 29, the Waconia boys’ soccer team would score the next six to win 6-1 at home. Two goals each came from senior Marcel Montiel and junior Anthony Shuster. Juniors Kenny Siebert and Tim Widmer also scored their first goals of their varsity careers.

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