soccer

Winning traditions are something that take time to build and develop and over the last eight seasons under the direction of now Stillwater head coach Jake Smothers, Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village boys’ soccer developed quite a reputation for winning and being a very tough opponent to eliminate from section play.

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Eighth-ranked Anoka-Ramsey Golden Rams men’s soccer program has grown a lot in four seasons.
The team is coming off a 10-2-3 overall record and 5-0-1 in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference’s Southern Division was within one win of reaching the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III National Tournament before losing to a club from the Chicago, Ill.-area after being ranked as high as fourth in the nation.

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Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony started the boys’ soccer season with three wins and two ties but back-to-back losses against high quality opponents, Benilde-St. Margaret’s (2-1 on Sept. 10) and Mounds View (4-0 on Sept. 14) gave the Panthers a dose of reality before hitting the busiest part of their schedule.

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