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2007-2008 School Year

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South looked to continue their dominance in the conference soccer competition.  However, before they could be competitive, they needed a new coach.  Carl Craig resigned after last season ended and the Tigers hired Danny Dietl to lead the program.

The season opened with a non-conference game against Rochester Mayo.  The Tigers were in top form winning easily, 3-0.

South opened the conference season against Washburn The Millers fell 3-0.  This was followed by an easier game against North.  Many young players received playing time with the Tigers winning 13-0.

A non-conference match against Wayzata was a struggle for both team.  The Tigers gave up one goal, but that was all Wayzata needed to win, 1-0.

Six conference games followed.  First was an easy 8-1 win over Henry.  This was followed by the Tigers’ third 3-0 win, this time against Edison.

The Tigers and Lakers clashed for the next game.  When these two team play, it usually is very competitive.  This game followed the pattern, with Southwest taking home the 1-0 win.

South finished the first half with a 4-0 win over Roosevelt. 

The second half started against an improved Washburn team.  The Millers and Tigers played so even that when the game ended, there was no score.  Neither team was able to punch in a goal, so the game tied 0-0!

South took out their frustrations against North.  The Polars were destroyed 17-0.

Another non-conference game, this time against Hopkins.  Unfortunately, no score was reported.

South then defeated both Henry and Roosevelt.  The Patriots fell 3-1, while the Teddies fell 4-3.  Southwest again was a tough game, with the Lakers again defeating the Tigers 1-0.  The conference season ended with a 2-1 win over Edison.

The season ended with a 3-1 loss to Osseo.

South finished the season with a 9-2-1 record, a half game behind Southwest, who finished with a 10-2 record.  Southwest lost one game each to Edison and Roosevelt.  Overall, the Tigers were 10-4-1.