Congratulations to our varsity girls soccer team as they clinched their 4th consecutive MCAA title. Their current record is 10-4 following a solid 2-0 victory over a strong Maranatha squad on Saturday. The girls’ finish off the regular season with a big match @ Monticello tonight @ 5:00 and an MCAA battle @ North Lakes on Saturday @ 9:00 am. Section play begins next week and the Eagles are poised to make another deep run in section 6A.
The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams continue to produce impressive results and set personal records. A majority of their meets are against 2A schools and the teams have placed well. The teams are training hard as they prepare to defend their conference championships on Thursday, October 10th at Bassett Creek Park @ 3:30. Come enjoy the beautiful fall weather and cheer on our outstanding runners!!
The Providence / Heritage / Maranatha / West football coop sits with a 1-4 record as they rebuild from last year’s championship season. The record is a bit deceiving as most of the losses have been close and highly competitive games. One highlight of the season was holding defending state champion SMB Wolfpack to their lowest margin of victory in two seasons. There are 2 home football games remaining: Friday, October 11th v/ Richfield and Wednesday, October 16th v/ St. Croix Lutheran. Come on out and enjoy Friday Night Lights”!!
Injuries and youth have played a significant role for the varsity volleyball team and their season. However, the team continues to persevere and battle against a tough conference schedule. Strong leadership and improved play from the underclassmen bode well for the future. The VB squad has 2 home games remaining…Thursday, October 10th v/ Avail and Tuesday, October 15th v/ St. Croix Prep (Senior Night)! We would love to see strong support in the stands as they prepare for section play!!
The varsity boys’ soccer team has endured some tough injuries as well but has continued to show impressive progress throughout the season. The highlight of the season was Tuesday (in the pouring rain) when they upset conference leader ISM/ERA 1-0. The team is hoping their late season surge will result in a favorable seed as they prepare for the ultra-tough 6A tournament next week.