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2013-2014 School Year
2013-2014 Varsity Team Photo: Players names were not published in the 2014 South yearbook.

The 2013-2014 Basketball season began with many new faces.  Among them was the entire coaching staff.  Leading the team as Head Coach was Tanysha Scott.  Scott was assisted by Bradford Dobbins, Ashley Ellis-Milan, Ricky Hill and Michael Myers.

The team began inconsistently.  The first game of the season was against Spectrum, which the Tigers won 70-34.  However, the next two games handed the Tigers losses.  Minnehaha Academy, 67-52, and Columbia Heights, 71-67, both beat the Tigers.

The team then countered with three wins.  Non-conference opponents Stillwater, 54-53, and St. Paul Highland Park, 60-48, both  fell to the Tigers.  South then played North in their first conference game and won 75-58.

The team played Cambridge-Isanti before they took a break for the holidays and lost 47-37.

After break, the Tigers beat St. Paul Johnson 57-51, but they then lost to Washburn 80-60.  St. Croix Lutheran lost to the Tigers by 10, 56-46, but Southwest defeated the Tigers 70-63. 

The Tigers then rolled out three straight wins, beating Edison 68-29, Richfield 61-59 and north 82-37.  A loss to Robbinsdale Cooper 75-56 ended the small winning streak. 

The team beat Roosevelt 70-30, but then went on a three-game losing streak.  Washburn, 85-81, Southwest, 71-51, and Rochester John Marshall, 74-38, were all victorious. 

The Tigers ended the regular season winning four of their last five games winning streak  Henry lost 76-11.  Rosemount, the last non-conference opponent, won 69-42.  Roosevelt lost 67-36. Edison was defeated 66-38/   Henry was beaten 54-12.

The Tigers lost to Minnetonka in their only region game 77-33. 

The Tigers finished with an 8-4 conference record, good for third place.  Overall, they were 14-11.

The JV had an excellent season, finishing with an 11-1 conference record good for first place.  They team played in the Twin City game.  Unfortunately they lost to St. Paul Central in a very close game 65-61.  Overall, the team was 17-8.  The C-Squad finished in second place with a 5-3 record.  Overall, they were 10-10.