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What fall captains practices could look like

SPA boys varsity soccer in a team huddle on September 14, 2019, vs Providence Academy.

Hazel Waltenbaugh, The Rubicon

May 26, 2020

With the 2020-21 fall school year up in the air, captains practices remain as something teams can only hope for

Boys varsity soccer defeats Trinity

The boys varsity soccer team defeated Trinity 4-0 last Saturday. “Trinity was a pretty solid team, but we managed to put four goals past them and extend our win streak to four games. I think it highlighted a lot of good things for our team that we can continue to work going deeper into the season,

Tommy Stoplestad, The Rubicon Editor

September 18, 2019

The team won 4-0.

Minnehaha ends BVS season in emotional loss

Senior Ben Carlsson runs onto the field as he is being announced.

Koji Gutzmann, RubicOnline Editor

October 16, 2018

Boys Varsity soccer falls to Minnehaha Academy with a final score of 1-2, ending their season.

Boys Varsity soccer falls to Edina

Boys Varsity soccer falls to Edina

Koji Gutzmann, RubicOnline Editor

September 2, 2018

At 7 p.m. on Sept. 1 Boys Varsity soccer played class AA opponent Edina.

PHOTO GALLERY: Blake defeats Boys Soccer for the conference championship

Junior Ben Carlsson prepares to throw in the ball.

Nitya Thakkar, RubicOnline Editor

September 15, 2017

The Boys Varsity Soccer team lost to Blake 0-2 at home on Sept. 14.

First year athletes try new sports, gain confidence

First year runner, Freshman Koji Gutzmann runs in the meet at St.Croix Lutheran.

Kaia Larsen, Staff Writer

May 31, 2016

First year athletes give everything in their first season with their new sport while being supported by fellow team mates and coaches.

Rebuilding Year for Boys Soccer

From left: Junior Sam Suzuki, freshman Drew O’Hern, junior Jordan Moradian and junior Tyler Seplak look for an open kick in their game
against Academy of Holy Angels on Sept.10. “Our goal is to really work hard playing together as a team,” junior captain Tyler Seplak said.

Catherine Braman, Sports Editor

September 30, 2013

The Boys Varsity Soccer team opened their season with several new players on the pitch. After graduating 12 seniors from last year’s state runner up team, the program is looking to stay competitive in the Tri-Metro-Conference. Starting the season with a 1-6- 1 record, it is a rebuilding year for the Spartans with 15 n...