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Waconia. Soccer. Girls Soccer. Record: 13-4-3. Captains: Jaidyn Zapf, Megan Kirsh. Scoring Leader: Jaidyn Zapf. Assist Leader: Taylor LeMasters. Waconia Girls Soccer Schedule ; Thu, 9/9. 7:00pm. St. Louis Park Mascot. St. Louis Park. Away • Non-Conference ; Sat, 9/11. 1:00pm. Academy of Holy Angels Mascot. #802: Kindergarten Soccer. Ages: For boys and girls currently in Kindergarten the 2021-2022 school year. Division: Co-Rec (boys & girls on the same team). waconia girls soccer

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The Hutchinson girls soccer team lost a 3-1 Wright County Conference match to Waconia Thursday night in Hutchinson, but the game was even closer than the final score suggested.

The Waconia Wildcats started the scoring with a goal in the 15th minute. Hutch was able to keep them scoreless for most of the rest of the first half until they scored another goal in the 39th minute, just before halftime.

After going into halftime with a 2-0 deficit, Hutch came out in the second half and immediately got one of those goals back as Mariah Mraz scored in 41st minute to cut Waconia’s lead in half.

The score remained 2-1 for most of the second half, and although Hutch had opportunities it couldn’t capitalize on any. Finally, in the 78th minute, Waconia scored one last goal to put the Tigers out of reach.

Hutchinson (3-5-2, 1-3 WCC) hosted Mayer Lutheran Tuesday, and waconia girls soccer next match is at 5:30 p.m. Thursday when it hits the road to take on Holy Family Catholic.

Waconia 3, Hutchinson 1

Waconia ……. 2 1 — 3

Hutchinson … 0 1 — 1

Hutch Scoring Summary

First Half — 1. W-Jaidyn Zapf (McKenna Pederson) 15th minute; 2. W-Katrina Rinke (unassisted) 39th minute.

Second Half — 3. H-Mariah Mraz (Maddie Fauth) 41st minute, 4, waconia girls soccer. W-Elizabeth Honnold (unassisted) 78th minute.

Shots — Hutch: 5; Waconia: 12.

Saves — Hutch: Sydney Crims 9; Waconia: Marae Vipond 4.

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#830 - 3rd & 4th Grade Boys Soccer

Ages: Grades 3 & 4 (2021-2022 school year)

Roster Size: 9-12 players per team waconia girls soccer registration numbers)

Photo Day: April 9

Days of Play: Monday and Saturday

Dates: April 9, 11, (skip 16, 18) 23, 25, 30, May 2, 7, 9,
14, 16, 21 & 23 *3 raindates are built into the schedule.

Times: During the week, times vary weekly between
5:30pm-8:00pm / Saturdays 9am-3pm.

Sites: Waconia

Coaches Meeting & Training: Monday, March 28 from
6:30pm - 7:30pm in the Bayview Gym

Fee: $75

#840 - 3rd & 4th Grade Girls Soccer

Ages: Grades 3 & 4 (2021-2022 school year)

Roster Size: 9-12 players per team (pending registration numbers)

Photo Day: April 9

Days of Play: Thursday and Saturday

Dates: April 9, waconia girls soccer, 14, (skip 16) 21, 23, 28, 30, Sports at the beach memorial day tournament 5, 7, 12, 14, 19 & 21 *3 raindates are built into the schedule.

Times: During the week, times vary weekly between 5:30pm-8:00pm / Saturdays 9am-3pm.

Sites: Waconia

Coaches Meeting & Training: Monday, March 28 from 6:30pm - 7:30pm in the Bayview Gym

Fee: $75


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This season is going to look different for the Waconia girls soccer team, as the season has been shortened and less games will be played. There are still questions on how the season will play out, but the ‘Cats are just happy to be playing.

“We don’t know when this will end, so let’s just make the most out of waconia girls soccer minute that we’re out waconia girls soccer said coach Ivan Woyno.

With the summer programs limited or nonexistent due to COVID-19, waconia girls soccer, the roster waconia girls soccer be in flux early, waconia girls soccer. Waconia held a longer tryout period because of the strange summer, but the good news is that they have a lot of talent at every level. Waconia lost double digit seniors to graduation from the team that went to state, including almost 10 who were at the varsity level. Yet the depth should help them this season.

“I think there are some players that are developing that may move from JV to varsity fairly quickly,” Woyno said. “We’ll have some solid, solid players on the varsity level that continue from our state tournament run. Most of the losses from last year from the year that we had, are being replaced by players that have the caliber to participate, so our starting 11, in my opinion, will be just as solid as last year. Now the question is, waconia girls soccer, can the players that need to contribute a few minutes here and there do that in the level of play that we’ve had in the past?”

And while there are less games this year, there are some benefits that could arise from the situation. Added practice time, more recovery time and new ways to keep the team connected could help players down the road.

“The recovery from game to game is easier knowing that you have two games, not three or four games,” Woyno said. “In my opinion it gives us more time to focus waconia girls soccer developing, I think it’s not going to benefit us necessarily this just this year, but I think it is going to benefit us next year and the year after that, because we can really have a lot of practice with the players that are coming up and the seniors are going to make a huge impact. In order to remain as a program that is committed to success and to winning, you have to take a look waconia girls soccer every challenge as a lesson to be learned and an opportunity to be exploited.”

This season will be the last for Waconia in the Wright County Conference, so their goal is to win the WCC title on their way out. Woyno predicts a close three-way race for the crown in a conference that has become pretty tough.

“You’ll see Watertown-Mayer has moved up in their style of play and how competitive they’ve become, they’re definitely a team to beat,” he said. “Orono graduated quite a few seniors, you never take them lightly, but thats a different dynamic there. I still see Orono, Watertown-Mayer and us, in some sort of order, at the top of the WCC. I’m still confident in our returning players that I think well have a pretty good push at it.”

With the season in flux, the Wildcats hope to meet the challenges with an increased intensity every time they step onto the pitch.

“We need to treat every game as if it was the last game of the season,” Woyno said. “Every game you have to act like you’re playing Orono or Mahtomedi in the state tournament. You’ve got to treat every second you have in this season as very special. You have to treat it like this could be the state championship for you, like this could be the game that ends it, waconia girls soccer. Because of that, we are approaching this very methodically and very focused, to say that we are going to take every opportunity to showcase our talent. We’re going to take every opportunity to deny goals and score goals.”

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