Arrow girls soccer on a roll when final four games of the season wiped out due to pandemic

Brent Nathaniel

WATERTOWN, S.D. ( — Its been quite a strange past few weeks for Watertown Arrow girls soccer.  It was announced September 21st that Watertown High School would move to distance learning due to a large amount of COVID-19 positive cases and close contacts.  September 25th it was announced distance learning would continue through October 2nd, thus wiping out the final four regular-season games against Roosevelt, Brandon Valley, Huron, and Pierre and ending the Arrows season at 3-5-1.

Watertown Arrow Girls Soccer Coach Casey Feininger:

So what have the Arrows been up to during the suspension of activities?

Playoffs for girls soccer begins next Tuesday in South Dakota.  So what comes next for Watertown?

As of this writing, Watertown sits as the 13th seed and would travel to number four Sioux Falls Roosevelt.  Feininger added that the Arrows would find out officially who they play this Friday.

Full interview with Coach Casey Feininger is below.