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1994-1995 School Year
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1994-1995 Varsity Team Photo: Front Row: T. Johnson, D. Cameron, P. Bartel, K. Aal, K. Keller, J. Siaw, K. Sisaket, R. Waterman. Back Row: B. Imdieke, J. Nye, O. Lakin, K. Olds, J. Dittrich, Coach S. Whitehead, E. Padilla, M. Spector, H. Wang, A. Potratz.

Going into the 1994-1995 school year, the Tigers had a big target on their back.  Being the two-time defending champions was part of the reason for the target.  Also, going into the season, South has won 25 consecutive conference matches.  The team has been very successful under the tutelage of Simon Whitehead, who begins his fifth season as the head coach.  K. Craig assisted Mr. Whitehead.

South opened the conference season against Edison.  The Tigers amassed a 7-0 win over the Tommies.

This was followed by two more wins.  The first was a 7-2 win over Washburn.  North then fell 7-0.

Southwest put up a fight, but the Tigers won 3-2.  The Tigers won their 30th consecutive conference match beating Henry 8-1.

South’s winning continued.  Roosevelt was beaten 8-0.  Edison lost 7-1.  Washburn fell by a close 1-0.  North played a good game, but they fell to the Tigers 3-0.

Southwest was the next opponent.  This was the closest game yet.  The Tigers fell 1-0, ending their winning streak at 34 games.

South finished the conference season with two wins, defeateing Henry 11-0 and Roosevelt 4-2.

In non-conference games, the Tigers were 4-1-1.  The defeated Bloomington Jefferson 2-0, Minnehaha Academy 3-2, Burnsville 4-0 and Breck 2-1.  The lost 2-0 to St. Paul Academy.  Cretin-Derham Hall and the Tigers tied 2-2.

In the Region tournament, South beat three conference opponents.  Edison fell first, 4-0.  Washburn was the next to fall, 4-1.  South won the region tournament with a 2-0 win over Southwest.

South participated in their second State Tournament.  In their first game, South took on Bloomington Kennedy and won 2-1. 

South finished the season with an 11-1 conference record, winning their third straight conference title.  Overall, the Tigers were 19-2-1.