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Mount Horeb Soccer back at state

Published On: Jun 11 2013 08:39:36 PM CDT
Updated On: Jun 11 2013 09:09:01 PM CDT

Mount Horeb, Wis. -

The Mount Horeb girls soccer team is back at state for the second straight year.

It's the teams second overall trip. They will face Appleton Xavier Friday at 1pm in the WIAA division two state semi finals.

The Vikings lost in the title game in 2012 but they hope this year they can take home state gold.

"We want to be someone that when you see Mt. Horeb you see and think, 'oh ya they are a good team and we don't want to go up against them, ' and we want to be more than a team we want to be a big programĀ  that last awhile and we have a legacy," said Sophomore Lilly Iverson.

"The second year people are not thinking of us as the underdogs butĀ  'oh they are building a program," . We have good players and good stats. It's difficult being with the big dogs but I really think we can do it this year," said Sophomore Jo Meassick.

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