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2014-2015 School Year
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2014-2015 Varsity Team Photo: Players’ Names were not listed in the 2015 South Yearbook.

There is a saying that says something to the effect that old things become new again.  That was the case this season when the team’s new head coach, was really an “old” coach.  Amy Cardarelle, the person who holds the record for longest tenure as head coach as well as most wins and conference championships, returned to lead the Tigers.

South opened the season with four non-conference games.  The first was against DeLaSalle.  The Islanders ruined Coach Cardarelle’s homecoming by winning 2-0.  South then took on St. Paul Highland Park.  The close game ended with a 2-1 Tiger victory.  Both St. Louis Park and Bloomington Kennedy defeated the Tigers by 3-0 scores.

The conference season opened and it was as if Coach Cardarelle never left.  The Tigers routed Roosevelt 8-0 and Henry 9-0. 

Champlin Park then turned the tables on South and won 7-0. 

The Tigers returned to conference play against Washburn.  The Millers handed the Tigers their worst conference loss since the 1986-1987 school year, 8-0.  South rebounded against Edison and won 2-0, but then fell to Southwest 7-0.

St. Paul Central defeated the Tigers 4-1.  Against Concordia Academy, South gained their last win of the season, 1-0.

The losses piled up.  Robbinsdale Cooper won 2-0.  Southwest beat the Tigers 6-0.  Washburn again manhandled the Tigers, 10-0. The regular season mercifully ended with a 7-0 loss to Minnehaha Academy.

The season ended with a first-round loss to Wayzata in the Region 6AA playoffs, 11-0.

South ended with a 3-4 conference record, tied with Roosevelt for third place.  Overall, the team was 5-12.  Seniors Maggie Fisher, Eleanor Noble and Ava Skrade were named to the All-Conference team.

Coach Cardarelle was assisted by Jillian Stockmo and Kate Kraus.