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Fall 2023 Sports Season Wrap Up

We look back with pride at the dedication of our student athletes. Following is a summary of our fall 2023 sports season.

Football:

  • DeLaSalle Football won its first playoff game since 2021 against Minneapolis Roosevelt 41-0 at DeLaSalle. A special way for our seniors to end their last game at DeLaSalle Athletic Field.

  • Empowered by the strong community presence at the homecoming football game our DeLaSalle Football team took down St Anthony Village HS 35-13 on Homecoming Friday September 29th.

Cross Country:

  • Four State qualifying runners: Miles Wahlberg ’27, Nathaniel Merrell ’25, Libby Krocak ’26, and John Steines ’25.

  • After not having enough runners to qualify last year our girls program finished 5th in the sectional meet as a team. The boys finished 3rd, one place from qualifying for state with many of the runners returning next fall.

Girls Swim:

  • Maiya Garcia ’25 broke the school record in the 100m backstroke held since 2019. She also advanced to the state meet in the 50m freestyle. Our combined team with St Anthony and St Agnes finished 2nd in the conference behind Visitation.

Volleyball:

  • Our volleyball team built off last year's momentum as the first DeLaSalle Volleyball team to make the tournament by becoming repeat section champions! We upset the one seed Visitation on their court and punched our ticket to Xcel Energy where the girls fell to eventual state champions Marshall.

Girls Tennis:

  • Our girls tennis program rose to a 3rd place finish in conference. We hosted our senior day match at Kenwood Park in Minneapolis against Columbia Heights.

Boys Soccer:

  • After a turbulent start our boys soccer came together for a strong playoff run again. The boys soccer team qualified for state a second straight year and fell to Orono in overtime at the U.S Bank Stadium. The boys followed up by finishing strong, defeating St Cloud Tech for a 3rd place in the state tournament.

Girls Soccer:

  • Our girls soccer program played well enough this season to earn the 4-seed in the section, earning them a home playoff game against Minneapolis South. After tying in the regular season our girls competed hard and lost in overtime on a rainy October night. Playoff madness!

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