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1983-1984 School Year
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1983-1984 Varsity Team Photo: Front Row: Tanya Bouska, Nancy Burkhardt, Kaia Simson, Paula White, Sarah Kreft, Lydia Bradley, Sally Engelhardt, Maria Marino. Back Row: Tamara Munzner, Chyrsie Bay, Julie Johnson, Margaret Beier, Marg Jaede, Deana WInick, Joan Roban, Val Pearson, Sheila Speltz, Coach Steve Hard.

For the second time, South women took the field and provided the school with a soccer team.  The success of last season made the team hungry for more success.  Head Coach Steve Hard led the squad in tough practices that hoped to lead to a conference title.

South opened the season against defending conference champion Washburn.  For the third time in their short history, Washburn scored in double figures, winning 10-2.

South took on Southwest in their next game.  Normally, four goals would give a team a win, but in this high-scoring game, Southwest won 6-4. 

In their next game, Henry was perceived as an easy team to beat.  However, no one told the Patriots.  South lost their third game of the season, this time by a 2-1 score.

South took on Roosevelt in the next game.  This was another game everyone though the Tigers would win.  The Teddies played are and the game ended in a 1-1 tie.

South gained their first win of the season against Edison.  Unfortunately, the score was not reported.  Their winning streak hit two when they took on the newest team in the soccer conference, North.  An 8-0 win showed what everyone expected to see during the season.

The second round of conference play saw the Tigers face the Millers.  Washburn won 10-0 on their way to an undefeated season and their second conference title.

Southwest’s defense played better in this game holding the Tigers to one goal on their way to a 5-1 win.  Marg Jaede was the Tigers’ sole representative on the All-Conference squad.

The Tigers played Henry, but the score was not reported.  Roosevelt and South tied 2-2.  South finished the season with games against Edison and North.  The results of Edison game was reported. South easily defeated the Polars 6-0

With the known scores, the Tigers finished the season with a 3-5-2 record, in fifth place.