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2011-2012 School Year

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After the very successful 2011 season, fans expected the Tigers to move back to the State Tournament. 

The team began against Minnehaha Academy with a loss, 74-42.  The team bounced back against Concordia Academy, winning 42-37.  However, the team’s troubles were just starting.  Buffalo beat the Tigers by 47 points, winning 75-28.  The losses continued.  Maranatha Christian Academy won 80-46.  St. Paul Highland Park also won 70-42.

The conference season began with a win against Edison, 80-20.  Then more losses were added to the record.  Washburn won a very close game, 66-64.  Roosevelt won 70-49.  In non-conference games, Lakeville South won 69-45.  Blaine won 55-41 and Chanhassen won 78-54. 

The season resumed after Winter Break with the Tigers winning over Southwest.  The game was relatively close with South winning 67-62.  North St. Paul and Chanhassen both defeated South..  North St. Paul won 68-66 and Chanhassen won 84-58.

South then beat Henry 83-23.  They lost to Wayzata 76-34.  They continued swapping wins and losses by defeating North 91-40.  They then lost to Robbinsdale Cooper 71-44.  They beat Edison 77-27.

Three more losses followed. Washburn 81-43, Roosevelt, 51-48, and Southwest, 64-54, all defeated South. 

The Tigers then went on a four-game winning streak.  They beat Prairie Seeds Academy 62-52.  That was followed by a win against Henry, 83-12. North fell next, 65-46.  The regular season ended with a win against Spectrum, 70-24.

The season ended with a loss in the region playoffs to Robbinsdale Cooper, 73-34.

The team ended  in a third place tie in the conference standings with Southwest.  Both teams had 7-5 records.  Overall, South finished with a 10-17 record.

The JV team had a successful season, finishing in third place with a 7-3 record.  They were 11-11 overall.  The C-Squad finished in second place with a 3-3 record, and a 6-11 overall record.

Two players were honored at the end of the season.  Andrayah Adams was named to the first team all-conference squad.  Lachelle Orr-Newton was named  to the all-conference second team.