Last time Anoka (14-6-1) met Wayzata (15-3-3) for the state boys’ soccer title it was the Tornadoes that emerged with a 2-0 win.
Two state boys’ soccer tournament games yielded dramatic overtime wins for Anoka (14-6-1) against previously unbeaten teams to reach the Class AA state championship match.
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.