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Kimberly prepares for first state tourney appearance since 2011

Kimberly prepares for first state tourney appearance since 2011

KIMBERLY, Wis. (WFRV) – Kimberly girls soccer outscored its opponents 14-0 in four playoff games to clinch a spot in the division one state tournament for just the third time in program history. That stellar postseason stretch followed a near-perfect regular season where the Papermakers won 17 of 20 games with two losses and one draw, including a 13-game win streak during the middle of the year.

Kimberly enters the state tournament as the four-seed and will play top-seeded Waunakee on Friday, June 14, at 2:30 p.m., a rematch of the Papermakers’ first loss of the season back on April 6.

Check out how the Makers are feeling, in the video above, just two wins away from a state championship.

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