IN THE BLACK Practical Money Skills
For the month of October I am participating in a
31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances.
Practical Money Skills i... Posted on 10/3/12 at 7:14 AM
JIMMY JABBER But can he play soccer? Yes, yes he can
The message sounded too good to be true.
As president of the Duluth Amateur Soccer League, its common for me to receive e-mails from people new to the area looking to join a team. But Id never read o... Posted on 7/29/12 at 12:00 AM
Second-seeded Hudson breezed to a 10-0 victory over No. 15 Superior while No. 4 River Falls needed a shootout to earn a victory over No. 13 Wausau West in WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal action Tuesday, Oct. 9.
The Wildcats had to come from behind to force a 1-1 tie with Wausau West before winning the shootout, 5-3.
The Wildcat boys’ soccer team got off to a slow start in its season opener against La Crosse Aquinas Aug. 14, but by the end of the week had posted three straight shutout victories while outscoring its opponents 9-0.
Robbie Waldon of River Falls, in back row, second from left, played for the St. Croix Red Bulls soccer team that won the regional championship to qualify for the National Club Championships in the top division later this month. Waldon is a member of the River Falls High School team and also plays for the Minnesota ODP (Olympic Development Program) team.
The River Falls U11 boys’ traveling soccer team took second place at a tournament in Maplewood, Minn. June 9-10. Team members include, front row from left, Seth Larsen, Chance Kamrowski, Noah Beierman, Jacek Nikowski, Niko Zoller, Louis Olson and Conor McLain. Back row, coach Jim Olson, Steve Klechefski, Gage Espanet, Jackson Cudd, Luke Nelson, Joe Sowieja, Nick Hieb, assistant coach Krzysztof Nikowski and assistant coach Panu Zoller.
The River Falls U14 boys traveling soccer team is off to a hot start this season, winning championships in all three tournaments it has played in and leading the Minnesota East Boys U14 Classic 2 league with a record of 7-0-2 as of last week.
Alexi Bopray scored off a corner kick in the 57th minute, and goalkeeper Paige Meyer made nine saves, including a diving stop along the left post with roughly 20 seconds remaining, to lead River Falls to a 1-0 victory over D.C. Everest in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal Thursday in Weston.
The River Falls U14 boys’ traveling soccer team took first place at its first tournament of the season May 5-6 in Appleton. River Falls defeated Marquette, Mich., 4-2 and the local Appleton team, 2-0, Saturday and were beating Milwaukee, 5-0, when the game was called off due to lightning. The referees declared River Falls tourney champs and the team will receive its trophies by courier.
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