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 7/28/12 at 11:00 PM
Hermantown superstar Hailey Hoff’s 85th-minute goal got past the outstretched arms of Esko senior goalkeeper DeAhna Kulas en route to the Hawks’ 1-0 overtime win in a Section 7A girls soccer quarterfinal Saturday at Corey Veech Memorial Field in Hermantown.
Kayla Baker scored two second-half goals Thursday, as the speedy forward helped lift the Lumberjacks by neighboring rival Esko 3-0 in a prep girls soccer shutout victory at a soft, spongy, muddy Bromberg Field in Cloquet.
Although busy being an avid athlete in soccer, basketball, track and competitive dance, perhaps Cloquet’s Grace Sinisalo should have signed up to be a cheerleader as well.
Unfortunately for the senior, she has spent much of her high school sports career caretaking a laundry-list of major injuries — and cheering from the sidelines.
It was no surprise that Richmond Seju and Domenico Tomaselli were smiling as they walked off the field together last Friday. The pair of Cloquet-Esko-Carlton boys soccer players had combined for eight of CEC’s previous 11 goals in fewer than 24 hours.
Kailee Katt scored the game-winner when she netted teammate Elle Emanuel’s second-half corner kick off a Cloquet-Carlton defender and elevated the Eskomos to a 2-1 girls soccer win over their biggest rivals Tuesday at Hilltop Park in Cloquet.
Refereeing can be a nerve-wracking experience at times for even a seasoned referee. Combine that with out-of-control parents and the fact that some of the new referees are as young as 12 years old, and it could be a recipe for disaster, or at least tears. Enter the referee mentor.
It was organized chaos on the St. Paul’s Lutheran soccer field in Cloquet Tuesday evening as six groups of 3- and 4-year-old “Little NetBusters” took to the field with a head coach and one or two teenage helpers.
Hunter Leon, a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin Superior next fall, is one of several collegians to return to the local fields to play for the Cloquet 19-and-under boys soccer team this summer.
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