November 1, 2012 in Pine Journal
For the first time in extra minutes this fall, Cloquet’s plan proved beatable in a shootout loss to Totino-Grace in a Class A quarterfinal on a brisk Thursday night at Roseville Area High School.
October 25, 2012 in Pine Journal
Emily Rikkola didn’t miss last Thursday, as the Cloquet senior beat Esko-Carlton goalie DeAhna Kulas in the left corner of the net to lead the Lumberjacks by the Eskomos 2-1 in a shootout in the Section 7A final at a misty Public Schools Stadium in Duluth.
October 24, 2012 in The Farmington Independent
The Farmington girls soccer team went into its first Section 1AA title game last Tuesday night at Lakeville North knowing it would need to play a near-perfect game to advance. Continue Reading
October 18, 2012 in Pine Journal
“I don’t think I took five steps before I was attacked,” said the 5-foot Karkkainen, recalling the dog pile on her following her game-winning strike in leading Esko-Carlton to a 2-1 overtime victory past Hermantown in a Section 7A semifinal at Corey Veech Field in Hermantown Tuesday. Continue Reading
October 17, 2012 in The Farmington Independent
It’s already been a season of firsts for the Farmington girls soccer team.
The Tigers won a share of their first-ever Missota Conference championship. Then they hosted, and won, the program’s first-ever section tournament home game. Then, to advance to their first-ever state tournament, the Tigers had to be the first Class 2A team to defeat Lakeville North this season. Continue Reading
October 12, 2012 in DL-Online
The last time the Detroit Lakes girls’ soccer team played the overmatched Walker/Hackensack-Akeley Wolves, it was a 2-0 victory. But that was two weeks ago, and the No. 3 seeded DL team had no such qualms in the opening round of the Section 8-1A playoffs Thursday, as they downed the No. 6 Wolves 5-1 at the Rotary Field Complex. Continue Reading
October 10, 2012 in The Farmington Independent
The final week of the regular season brought out a rollercoaster of emotions for the Farmington girls soccer team.
Last Tuesday the Tigers embraced and cheered as they walked off their home field with a 1-0 victory over seventh-ranked (Class 1A) Holy Angels that assured the team of a share of its first-ever Missota Conference crown. Continue Reading