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Red Wing boys soccer head coach Brian Quigley shakes the water off his back and head after being doused in the liquid following the Wingers' 6-1 defeat of Faribault in the Tuesday's Section 1A first round playoff game. (Republican Eagle photo by Kyle Stevens)

Boys Soccer: Red Wing nets first home playoff win

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Tuesday night in Red Wing was rather comfortable. There was a strong, steady wind, but the air was dry and 70 degrees.

But after the Wingers beat Faribault 6-1 in the first round of the boys Section 1A soccer tournament, Red Wing head coach Brian Quigley turned his back to the breeze, teeth clicking through his full-body shiver.

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Kyle Stevens
Kyle Stevens is a sports reporter for the Red Wing Republican Eagle. Previously, Kyle worked at the Owatonna People’s Press, as well as KWLM and KLFN in Willmar. You can contact Kyle by phone at (651) 301-7879, via e-mail at kstevens@republican-eagle.com, and follow him on Twitter @RE_KStevens.
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