SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

BOYS

WOODBURY 1, STILLWATER 1 (OT)

The Woodbury boys' soccer team ended the regular season with a conference game against Stillwater on Saturday night. The two teams ended the night in a 1-1 tie after 90 minutes of play.

The Ponies scored in the first half, but Anthony Wong was able to earn the only goal for the Royals to tie the game in the second half.

The tie finalizes Woodbury's regular season record at 13-2-1 and conference record at 6-2-1, which put the Royals in second place in the Suburban East Conference. Woodbury will wait to see its seed in the section tournament and the Royals prepare for the playoffs next week.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3

GIRLS

ROSEVILLE 1, WOODBURY 0

It was a back-and-forth game with many defensive plays to keep the score tied at 0-0, but Roseville was able to connect on one goal and that's all it needed. Woodbury lost 1-0 on Thursday night, which puts its record at 4-8-2 on the season and 2-6-1 in the conference.

This concludes the Royals regular season as they wait to hear about seeds for the section tournament that starts next week.

BOYS

ROSEVILLE 2, WOODBURY 0

It was a 0-0 tie at the half, but Roseville came out firing in the second half to score two goals and win 2-0 over Woodbury. This loss puts Woodbury's regular season record at 13-2 and a conference record of 6-2.

The boys will have one more regular season game on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. as the Royals travel to Stillwater for the final conference game. After that, Woodbury will wait to see where the team will be placed in the section tournament for next week.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1

BOYS

WOODBURY 4, WHITE BEAR LAKE 0

The Woodbury boys' soccer team started off the week on the right foot with a 4-0 win over White Bear Lake on Tuesday night. The win improves the Royals record to 13-1 on the season and 6-1 in the conference.

The Royals scored two goals in the first half and another two goals in the second half, while the defense shut out the Bears for all 80 minutes. The goals came from Devin Padelford, Joseph Haile and Austin Williams. Williams scored two goals on Tuesday night.

Ever since the East Ridge loss a couple weeks ago, the Royals set out to go undefeated the rest of the season. So far, Woodbury has achieved that goal and the team has two more games left for the regular season.

The Royals will play Roseville at home on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 5 p.m. and then will head to Stillwater on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m.

Woodbury wants to earn the conference title, but the team will need help from East Ridge to earn that title. Since the Raptors defeated them during the season, Woodbury will need East Ridge to lose on Thursday night and the Royals will need to win the last two games to capture the conference title.

The Woodbury girls' soccer team fought back in the second half, but couldn't beat White Bear Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 1, as the Bears won 3-2. File Photo
The Woodbury girls' soccer team fought back in the second half, but couldn't beat White Bear Lake on Tuesday, Oct. 1, as the Bears won 3-2. File Photo

GIRLS

WHITE BEAR LAKE 3, WOODBURY 2

The Woodbury girls' soccer team traveled to White Bear Lake on Tuesday night to play the only team with an undefeated record in the conference. The Royals lost 3-2, but had a strong second half to make the game close in the end.

The loss puts Woodbury at a record of 4-7-2 on the season and a 2-5-1 conference record.

The girls will look to finish the regular season with a win as the Royals' last game is on Thursday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. before the section tournament begins next week.