Maple Grove Varsity Girls Soccer Coach Mike Burr Surpasses 200 Career Victories!


With the Red Dragons victory over Jamestown on Friday, September 29th, Coach Mike Burr won his 200th game as head coach of our varsity girls soccer program. Since that win the girls have completed their second consecutive undefeated regular season and claimed another division championship!

During Coach Burr’s tenure the Red Dragons have:
Won 9 Division Championships
Won 6 Section VI Championships
Were Regional Co-Champions in 2016

Coach Burr has also made his mark on our Boys Soccer program. He served as JV Boys Coach for 2 years before taking the helm as the Boys Varsity Coach for 5 years and winning 59 games along with a division championship and 2 sectional championships.

Congratulations Coach Burr and good luck girls through the playoffs


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  • Fall Sports:
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  • Basketball Cheerleading (Varsity)
  • Indoor Track (Varsity)
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  • Spring Sports:
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  • Softball (Modified, JV and Varsity)
  • Track (Modified and Varsity)
  • Golf (Varsity)
  • Boys Tennis (Varsity)
  • Trap Club (Extracurricular)