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1991-1992 School Year

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Head Coach Simon Whitehead and his staff helped improve the team last season.  The Tigers hoped to take the next step and challenge for the conference title. Washburn won every conference title since Soccer became a sport. (The shared one title with Southwest.)  This would be a tall order.

South opened the conference season against Roosevelt.  In a close game, the opener was won by South 3-2.

The second game of the season was the defending champion Washburn.  South has never beaten the Millers, although the two teams did tie once.  For a while it looked like another loss.  Then, the Tigers struck, scoring three goals and winning 3-2!

South continued their winning beating North 1-0, and Henry, 8-0.

South took on Southwest in their next game.  Both team were undefeated, but Southwest had one tie.  The game lived up to the billing, being a close game.  South fell 1-0.

South continued the quest for a conference title beating Edison, 6-1 Roosevelt, 3-0, and Washburn, 2-1. For the second time in history AND this season, South defeated the Millers.

Another slip dropped the Tigers a full game behind the Lakers.  South played North and the two teams tied 1-1.

South took on Henry and won 5-0.  This was a tune up for the second game against Southwest, which would be for the conference championship.  If Southwest would win, they would claim the title outright.  A South win would drop the teams into a tie.  Southwest came out hungry and won 5-1.

South finished the conference season with a 2-1 win over Edison.

In non-conference games, South beat Blake, 1-0, and Columbia Heights, 1-0.  The lost twice to Minnehaha Academy, 2-1 both times.

South finished in second place with a 9-2-1 conference record.  Overall the team was 11-4-1.