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Boys Hockey Participates in IGH Days Parade

The 2016-17 Boys Hockey Team along with the Inver Grove Heights Hockey Association walked in the annual IGH Days Parade. Thank you to all who participated in this fun event!

Simley Girls 8th Grade Soccer beat Richfield 10-0

Monday, September 12, 2016 3:45 PM Richfield High School AWAY 0 Simley High School HOME 10 Game Recap The 7th and 8th grade girls played hard and disciplined in their first game of the season. The girls showed a tremendous positive attitude and outstanding sportsmanship, as all players on the team contributed to the victory.

Spartans race by Grade Level at Ron Kretsch Invite

In a unique Cross Country meet, the Spartans did not race by Varsity-Junior Varsity, but by separate grade levels and genders at the Ron Kretsch Invite on Saturday, Sept. 10th.  On the relatively flat but windy 2 lap, 3200 meter course at Bassett Creek the Spartans competed against 23 teams.  Gabe Alvear improved his 3200

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 12 – September 18

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Simley High School, September 12 – September 18 MONDAY September 12, 2016 3:45 PM Boys 8th Grade Soccer vs. Richfield Middle SCHEDULE 3:45 PM Girls 8th Grade Soccer vs. Richfield High School SCHEDULE 3:45 PM Boys 7th Grade Soccer vs. Richfield Middle SCHEDULE TUESDAY September 13, 2016

Simley High School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Richfield High School 6-1

Saturday, September 10, 2016 12:00 PM Simley High School AWAY 1 Richfield High School HOME 6 Game Recap With Coach Dayus sick at home and a depleted squad the Spartans travelled to Richfield for this non conference game. Text message updates from Assistant Coaches David M and Nick N during the game kept Coach Dayus

Simley High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Henry Sibley 1-0

Thursday, September 8, 2016 7:00 PM Henry Sibley AWAY 0 Simley High School HOME 1 Game Recap The Spartans first home game of the season was a pleasant one with Sun and Moon both making an appearance. Simley started the brightest but Henry Sibley pegged back the Spartans and began to frustrate them with some