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2004-2005 School Year

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With 11 returning players, the Tigers expected to return to the top of the standings.  With Head Coach Amy Cardarelle at the helm of the Tiger program for the 10th consecutive season, the Tigers were in good hands.

The conference season opened with wins over Edison and Roosevelt.  The scores of these games were not reported.  A 7-0 win over Washburn, followed by a10-0 win over North and an 8-0 win over Henry set up a showdown with Southwest.

Southwest, who knocked the Tigers from the perch, was now the team to beat.  South claimed first place, temporarily, when they defeated the Lakers.

This was followed by a 6-0 win over Washburn.  However, the Tigers did not have first place guaranteed.  The next game was a rematch with the Lakers.  Southwest wanted to keep at least a share of the title, South wanted to knock them off that perch.  Southwest lost to the Tigers for the second time, allowing the Tigers to claim the conference title. 

The conference season ended with a win over Edison.

In reported non-conference games, South fell to St. Paul Central, 5-1.  They defeated Eastview and Blake.