As the Hastings boys soccer team takes the field this fall, they are being led by their third coach in as many seasons. Thankfully for many of the players, their new coach is anything but a new face.
Shane Lanning, a HHS graduate, returns to his alma mater to lead the Raiders.
It’s a whole new year, a whole new team, a whole new season and a fresh start for the Hastings girls soccer team. Head coach Joanne Teigland is determined to make this season a fun one and one in which the Raiders are more successful.
After 10 tough losses, the Hastings boys soccer team has notched a win.
The Raiders beat Henry Sibley Saturday night, 3-1.
“It was long overdue,” first-year Hastings coach Marshall Morehead said. “I was ecstatic.”
Yes, the Hastings boys soccer team is 0-7 so far this year. But sandwiched between losses between the state’s No. 1-ranked team (Apple Valley) and the state’s No. 3-ranked team (Woodbury), Hastings played five very close games that literally could have gone either way.
Over six games, the Hastings girls soccer team will have played three of the state’s top seven teams. Included in those ranked teams is Woodbury, the state’s No. 1 team and, as it turns out, the nation’s No. 1 team.
It hasn’t been easy lately, but Hastings coach Joanne Teigland has been encouraged by what she has seen.
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