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Adapted Soccer: South Washington County Thunderbolts continue their perfect record

Sophomore Jack Swedahl tries to get the ball around the defender as the South Washington County Thunderbolts win 12-3 over St. Paul Humboldt in adapted soccer on Tuesday night. Brian Mozey / RiverTown Multimedia 1 / 2
Junior Elizabeth Schmidt (left) and sophomore Tyler Tinnucci (right) celebrate sophomore Carson Rinnels' (center) goal in the first half. The South Washington County Thunderbolts defeated St. Paul Humboldt in adapted soccer 12-3 on Tuesday night. Brian Mozey / RiverTown Multimedia 2 / 2

The perfect record continues for the South Washington County Thunderbolts as they won on Tuesday night 12-3 against St. Paul Humboldt.

The Thunderbolts went out to an early lead and never looked back. It was a good performance for the team as they have two regular season games left before the section tournament.

"We had a really good game tonight," said coach John Culbertson. "We were able to play a lot of kids in the game and it was nice seeing their skills continuing to grow."

In the first five minutes of the game, the Thunderbolts went out to a 5-0 lead with the help of some strong offense. After the first half, the Thunderbolts led 10-0 and felt comfortable with their lead.

Even though they were comfortable, they continued to score more goals as they extended the lead to 12-0 with 10 minutes left in the game.

St. Paul Humboldt tried to make a comeback with three goals in the last five minutes, but they weren't able to pull it off allowing the Thunderbolts to win.

The win on Tuesday night gives the Thunderbolts a 7-0 record in the regular season, which is tied with a team formed with Burnsville, Farmington and Lakeville. If both teams win on Thursday, they will play each other on Tuesday, Oct. 30 for the conference title.

The Thunderbolts travel to North High School on Thursday, Oct. 25 to keep that perfect record in tack as their eyes look ahead to a big game the following week for the conference title.

"It would be fun to win the conference title," said senior Mitchell Rinnels. "It's been a fun season."

Brian Mozey

I am the sports writer for the Woodbury Bulletin and South Washington County Bulletin. I'm a graduate from the Greenlee School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Iowa State University and have always had a passion for sports since a young age. Whether it was watching or playing sports, I always knew sports would be in my career. I've been born and raised in the suburbs of Minneapolis and look forward to continuing to learn more about the Woodbury and Cottage Grove area throughout my time in this position. 

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