Girls Soccer breaks records


Girls Soccer hits 30 consecutive home wins.

This fall the SFHS Girls soccer team was heading into their season having made a state bid last year. Having lost some key seniors, the pressure was on.

The Saints have not disappointed their fans this year, winning every home game since 2019. They hit their 30th win on September 12 when they beat Becker 2 – 0. 

“So far we’re 7-2. (We) only lost to teams that aren’t in our conference or sections so we’re doing pretty well,” said senior captain Ali Owens. “ We’re winners”. 

Senior Ashley Thompson said that the season started out rough as they had trouble scoring at first. 

“(We had) to teach the younger midfields how to get the ball up and score,” said Thompson, “but we’re definitely doing way better”.

Senior Captain Maddie Johnson was excited to hit their 30th win.

“It’s a great accomplishment, especially for us seniors, because that means ever since we joined the program we have not lost a home game,” said Johnson. “So it is just another thing to put under our belts from last year.”

Some of this years’ seniors are already feeling emotional about it being their last year of high school soccer with a record-breaking team. 

“It is definitely sad,” said Miller. “I will miss it, but it is gonna be a good season, so it’s a good way to end it off.”