Duluth East’s early season schedule might be tougher than the foes the Greyhounds could face if they qualify again for the girls soccer state tournament.
Or they could be the same teams.
Tenth-ranked East, which opened the high school season with a 3-2 loss to top-ranked and defending Class AA champion Eden Prairie, next faces No. 3 Eagan and No. 2 Wayzata. While it’s a daunting schedule, the Greyhounds aren’t shying away from the challenge and have faith they can knock off the Twin Cities’ best.