Wildcat 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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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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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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Coach: Mike Bruggeman Assistant coaches: Tom Kullman, Ivan Woyno, and Wade Loutzenhiser Captains: Bailey Breeggemann and Jacey Zapf Conference: Wright County Section: 6A – Benilde-St. Margaret’s, Bethany Academy, Breck, Delano, Holy Family, Mound-Westonka, Orono, Providence Academy, Rockford...Read More
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For the Waconia girls’ soccer team, the 2012 season was one of continued improvement for the team, as the players adjusted to a new head coach in Mike Bruggeman. “The team did really well to keep working, keep focused on what we were trying to accomplish, be open to adjustments that we were maki...Read More
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After making it through the first round of section play on Oct. 9, the Waconia girls’ soccer team fell to the No. 3 seeded Holy Family Fire on Oct. 11. Waconia 2, SW Christian 1 To kick off their postseason, the Wildcats hosted their first playoff game, against Southwest Christian. “We were able...Read More
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