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2012-2013 School Year
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2012-2013 Varsity Team Photo: Players’ names were not listed in the 2013 South Yearbook.

With the vast majority of last season’s team having graduated, the 2012-2013 season looked to be a rebuilding year.  Added to the graduations is a new head coach, Joe Voeller.  The only returning assistant coach was Carmelle Hennagir.  Katelynn Fast was the new assistant.

The Tigers opened the season with three non-conference games.  The first was a 3-2 loss to St. Paul Highland Park.  Bloomington Kennedy barely eked out a win, 1-0.  Blaine then scored early and often, winning 10-0.

The Tigers fared a little better in the conference season.   South won their first game of the year over Edison 5-0.  Southwest and South squared off in the next game.  South shut down the Laker offense, but they could not manage a goal either.  The game ended in a 0-0 tie.  Washburn beat the Tigers 5-0.  South then returned to the winning side of the coin with a 10-0 win over Roosevelt.

The Minnetonka Skippers beat up the Tigers, winning 6-0.  This was followed by two conference games.  The first was a 4-0 win over Henry.  For the second time of the season, Washburn won, this time 5-0.

South played two more non-conference contests.  The first was a 6-1 loss to Prior Lake.  In the second, Burnsville shut out the Tigers 4-0.

The last conference game of the season was another tie against Southwest.  This time, both teams managed to score, but each only scored once.

The regular season ended with three losses, one each to Hopkins, 4-0, Wayzata, 9-0, and St. Croix Lutheran, 1-0.

The Tigers took on Minnetonka in the Region 6AA tournament.  As happened earlier in the season, the Skippers won, 6-0.

South finished the conference season with a 3-2-2 record, tied with Southwest for second place.  Overall, the team was a disappointing 3-12-2.  Four players were named to the All-Conference team: senior Carter Dennison, junior Siri Neseth, and sophomores Maiya Hartman and Eleanor Noble.