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2009-2010 Season

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South started the season with a very young team.  Some would consider this a rebuilding year, but not the Tigers.  Coaches Reid Olsen and Max Maliga had the responsibility of bringing the best out of the players.

South opened the season against an always tough Hopkins team.  In a stunner, the Tigers took home a 4-3 win!  Benilde-St. Margaret’s brought the Tigers back to earth with a 6-1 beating of South.  In the St. Cloud Tech tournament, the Tigers finished third out of four teams.  Ending the first group of non-conference games was a 6-1 loss to Robbinsdale Armstrong.

The conference season opened with a match against Edison.  The Tommies were no match for the Tigers, who won 7-0.

In a non-conference match, the Tigers lost to St. Louis Park 5-2.

Returning to conference play, the Tigers took on the Patriots.  Henry surprised the Tigers, playing to a 4-3 South win.

In a series of non-conference matches, South fell to St. Louis Park for the second time in a week, 5-2.  They then played three matches with 4-3 scores.  The Tigers beat Anoka, but lost to Roseville.  They finished the streak with a win over Spring Lake Park.

Returning to conference play, the Tigers beat North and then Roosevelt, both by 7-0 scores.

Wayzata took out the Tigers 6-1 in a non-conference match.

Washburn was the next conference foe to fall, 7-0.

A four-team round robin tournament say the Tigers lose two of three matches.  South fell to Lakeville North 6-1.  Then, they lost to Robbinsdale Armstrong 5-2.  The win was over Rochester John Marshall, 4-3.

On September 22, the Tigers faced the Southwest Lakers for the conference title.  As has been recent tradition, both teams were undefeated going into this match.  This time, the Tigers won 5-2 and took home the gold.

The Tigers played in the Region 6AA tournament next.  Their first match was against Robbinsdale Cooper.  The Tigers won 5-2.  South’s season ended with a 6-1 loss to Wayzata. 

After the region tournament, South took on St. Paul Como Park for the Twin City championship.  South brought home more hardware with a 7-0 win.