Spring Lake Park is one tough team to compete with at Panthers Stadium.
Anoka found out first-hand how the first-year Northwest Suburban Conference team can play a tenacious brand of soccer in a 3-2 win Saturday afternoon.
Seventh-ranked Anoka-Ramsey Community College men’s soccer is off to another hot start against top-tier competition.
The Rams (3-0-1) have three quality wins, two coming at the Aug. 29-31 season-opening Dakota County Technical College Invitational against College of Lake County, 5-1, and Lewis and Clark, 3-2, in Rosemount.
A kick off to the season saw the Huskies off to a 3-0-1 start with the wins coming in a span of five days at Huskies Stadium.
More than 30 Anoka girls soccer alumnae returned to Goodrich Field last Saturday as players from the last two decades competed on teams coached by the only two coaches the program has known since 1992: Sara Chartier (1992-1999) and Paul Anderla (2000-2013).