Heading into Thursday’s soccer match, the Hastings Raiders were seeking their first Suburban East Conference win of the season. The Mounds View Mustangs, meanwhile, were looking to keep their unblemished SEC record in place.
It wasn’t an easy game to play in, but the Hastings Raiders girls soccer team didn’t let that stop them. Just 36 hours after learning of the passing of a 16-year-old classmate, members of the girls soccer team took the field in Hastings and beat Apple Valley, 2-1.
This will be the last season on the boys soccer team at Hastings High School for a big group of talented and experienced Raiders. There are 13 seniors on this year’s team. There are three juniors and one freshman.
In his first season as the head girls soccer coach at Hastings High School, Scott Meier has a big job ahead of him. He’s eager to get started, though, and isn’t a stranger to the program. He’s served in recent years as an assistant coach to Joanne Teigland, who stepped aside after last season.
The Hastings boys soccer season got off to a great start on Friday with a 5-1 win over Winona-Cotter.
August 30, 2012
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