Wildcat boys’ soccer
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, w...Read More
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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 [....Read More
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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 a...Read More
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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 ...Read More
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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....Read More
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Head coach: Tyrel Seim Assistant coaches: Chris Croucher, Dan Benham, and Jared DeWolf Captains: Charlie Spurbeck and James Nash Conference: Wright County Section: 6A – Benilde-St. Margaret’s, Breck, Calvin Christian, Chaska, Delano, Holy Family, Mound-Westonka, Providence Academy, Rockford,...Read More
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Thirteen shutouts, 58 goals scored, only nine goals allowed by the opposition, and a final 18-1-1 record. The numbers alone can speak for themselves, telling just how talented the Waconia boys’ soccer team was this season. A state tournament appearance, the Section 6A title, and back-to-back Wrigh...Read More
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