The Boys Bantam Tier 1 Hockey team had an exciting weekend of hockey in Denver at the Super2K Series, December 12-14. They lost a lead in the third period of their first game to take a challenging defeat, but knew they had to win out in order to play for the championship on Sunday. They certainly rose to the occasion with a gritty win on Friday night in front of alumni in an outstanding outdoor game at the Denver Country Club. Saturday morning the boys played arguably their best game all year to beat a very good team from British Columbia 7-4 in a much needed total team effort. Saturday night saw a 7-0 win, which was enough to get into the championship game and face-off against the Pursuit of Excellence team again in an opportunity for retribution against the team that beat them in game one. The championship was decided in an overtime shootout with Thomas Lalonde ’18 stopping two of the three shooters he faced and Oliver Wahlstrom ’18 scoring a goal and setting up TJ Walsh ’18 with his opportunity to be the hero and send the team and parents home happy with a championship banner in tow.
“This was a fantastic weekend for the kids, and they certainly earned this championship,” said Coach Mike Carpentier ’00. “They had the opportunity to have former SSM coach and Athletic Director John Sumner on the bench to help guide them and keep them calm in the face of some adversity. The coaching staff is extremely proud of the team. This is the exclamation point that we all wanted going into the Holiday Break.”
Writer and photographer, Audrey Kletscher Helbling, attended the Campus Christmas Walk on December 13, and shared her impressions and photos in her blog – Minnesota Prairie Roots.
Hard work beats talent, unless talent works hard. That’s a lesson that Tyler Vesel had to learn the hard way at the storied Shattuck St. Mary’s Prep school as a teen. “I went in as a Freshman, but most people when they go come in at bantam,” Vesel said, “They ended up recruiting me my […]
Edmonton Oilers Prospect Tyler Vesel
St. Paul, MN – Recent SSM Figure Skating graduate Lexi Wiesner ’14 is making a trip back to Minnesota this weekend. Lexi, who spent four years skating at Shattuck-St. Mary’s, is currently touring with Disney On Ice. The spectacular skating show is appearing in St. Paul this weekend at the Xcel Energy Center where Lexi will skate in the show. This morning, Lexi was interviewed by KARE 11 during a rehearsal session. Click here to watch her interview.
Hayton ties mark It’s been an outstanding first two months for St. Lawrence goalie Kyle Hayton. The Saints freshman tied the school record for shutouts in a season with four in his 13th start of the season Friday against Princeton. The four shutouts are the most for a St. Lawrence goalie since the 1965-66 season. […]
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Hayton ties mark
Congratulations goes out to the Girls Prep team for winning the Shattuck Girls Hockey Jamboree today in a shoot-out vs. the Manitoba Yellowhead Chiefs. Both teams were undefeated in round robin play at 3-0 and were tied 1-1 after regulation and a five minute 3v3 overtime period. Brett Pettet and Alex Woken scored in the […]
Girls Prep Tournament Champions
Seven members of the Girls Hockey Center of Excellence signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play Hockey at the Division I level. Joined by their head Coach Gordie Stafford and wearing a shirt from the school of their choice, the Sabres inked their names on the dotted line. Josefine Hansen- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute […]