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1990-1991 School Year

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Whenever a new season starts, there is a new beginning.  This year there was more of a new beginning.  A new head coach and coaching staff took over the reins of the Tiger program.  Simon Whitehead is the person in charge of teaching the young men the finer points of soccer.  With three teams, South can develop players for the future.

South opened the season with two non-conference games.  The first was against Forest Lake. The Tigers played a solid game, winning 3-1.  Against Delano, the Tigers put on a scoring show winning 8-0.

South took on Roosevelt in the conference opener.  The Teddies and Tigers battles evenly throughout the game.  At the end of the game, a 1-1 tie demonstrated how even the game was.

The Millers were the next opponent and showed why they are the conference power.  Washburn won 2-0.

The annual non-conference game with teams from the St. Cloud area was next.  St. John’s Prep handed the Tigers a 1-0 loss.  South bounced back against St. Cloud Tech with a 2-1 win.

Three conference games were up and down.  South lost to North 1-0.  They bounced back and beat Henry 2-0.  Then they lost 4-0 to Southwest.

The last non-conference game of the season was against Minnehaha Academy.  A close game was played with Minnehaha winning 1-0.

South then played seven straight conference games.  The first half ended with a 1-0 loss to Edison. 

The Tigers and Teddies again played even.  The final was another tie game, 2-2. Washburn continued their undefeated conference season beating South 2-0.

Two wins followed the loss to Washburn.  South beat North 1-0, which was followed by a 5-0 win over Henry.

The conference season ended with two losses.  Southwest won 2-1.  This was followed by a 1-0 loss to Edison.

In the Region tournament, South first took on DeLaSalle and won a tight 2-1 game.  This was followed with a third game of the season against Southwest.  Southwest was the favorite, having beaten the Tigers twice.  South knocked Southwest out of the Tournament with a 3-2 win.  South season ended with a 1-0 loss to Totino-Grace.

South finished sixth in the conference standings with a 3-7-2 record.  Overall, the Tigers were 8-10-2.