Shattuck-St. Mary’s Figure Skating Team made a wonderful showing this weekend in Rochester, MN. We had 32 of our skaters compete 2 or 3 events. Our skaters won a total of 18 Gold Medals, 9 Silver Medals and 14 Bronze Medals!
Gold medals went to the following skaters: Sumika Yamada, 3 Golds, Suzi Quigg, 2 Golds, Kaylee O’Connor, 2 Golds, Faith Cook, Jacob Kahn, Richard Kahn, Claire Katchur, Saori Kimura, Rex Lai, Val Madero, Ines Munoz de Cote, Regina Najera, Janelle Skaden and Kristina Zaslavskaya all brought home 1 Gold each.
Silver Medalists: Katie Miller,2 Silvers, Dian Anzarut, Richard Kahn, Saori Kimura, Lauren McCabe, Louwee Shibata, Lexi Wiesner and Kristina Zaslavskaya each with 1 Silver
Bronze Medalists: Daryn Finkelstein, 2 Bronzes, Dian Anzarut, Nia Bessey, Claire Katchur, Emma Kuhlman, Michelle Lee, Val Madero, Lauren McCabe, Ines Munoz de Cote, Rebeca Ramirez, Louwee Shibata and Gwyn Wilkens, 1 each.
Our own Coach Tarkinton also competed in Adult Master Free Skate placing 2nd!
Beth Johnson and Lindy Martinson assisted the team in their warmups and Dillon was our photographer.
Dian Anzarut: 2nd Juv Test Track; 3rd Juv Spins
Nia Bessey: 4th Intermediate Short Program, 3rd Jumps
Sophia Cavazos: 5th Intermediate Short, 4th Spins
Faith Cook: 7th Pre Juv Group A; 1st Jumps
Bam Esharoe: 5th Pre Juv Test Track; 4th Jumps
Daryn Finkelstein: 3rd Junior Short Program; 3rd Long Program
Fa Garcia: 6th Prelim Test Track Group D; 5th Jumps
Jacob Kahn: 6th Intermediate Spins; 1st Jumps
Richard Kahn: 1st Junior Test Track; 2nd Jumps
Claire Katchur: 1st Junior Test Track, 3rd Spins
Sao Kimura: 1st Pre Juv Group B; 2nd Jumps
Emma Kulman: 3rd Prelim Test Track Group C; 6th Compulsory
Rex Lai: 4th Juv Test Track; 1st Jumps
Jackie Laniado: 6th Novice Short Program; 4th Long
Shelly Lee: 3rd Sr Short Program, 4th Jumps; 4th Long Program
Sophie Liesenfeld: 4th Juv Compulsory Test Track; 3rd Showcase Int/Nov
Val Madero: 1st Prelim Test Track Group D; 3rd Jumps
Lauren McCabe: 4th Sr Short Program; 2nd Jumps; 3rd Long Program
Katie Miller: 2nd Open Juvenile; 2nd Juv Spins
Caitlin Mostoway Parker: 4th Junior Spins
Ines Munoz de Cote: 1st Intermediate Short Program; 3rd Long
Regi Najera: 7th Pre Juv Group B, 1st Jumps
Kaylee O’Connor: 1st Prelim Test Track Group C; 1st Jumps
Rebeca Ramirez: 3rd Juv Test Track; 6th Juv Spins
Suzi Quigg: 1st Pre Juv Test Track; 1st Compulsory
Louwee Shibata: 3rd Intermediate Spins, 2nd Jumps; 4th Long program
Janelle Skaden: 1st Novice Test Track, 5th Spins
Kasie Sundhagul: 7th Intermediate Short Program; 4th Jumps
Lexi Wiesner: 5th Sr Short Program, 2nd Long Program
Gwyn Wilkens: 3rd Pre Juv Group B; 4th Pre Juv Spins
Sumika Yamada: 1st Sr Short Program; 1st Jumps; 1st Long Program
Kristina Zaslavskaya: 2nd Junior Short Program; 1st Long Program
Congratulations to all!
Another one of the original six Golf CoE members has received a scholarship to play golf collegiately at the Division 1 level. Phillip Baumberger who attended Shattuck-St. Mary’s during the 2011-2012 school year as a member of the Golf CoE has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the University of Nebraska Omaha Mavericks starting in the fall of 2014. The Mavericks expect Baumberger to step in and contribute right away to the Men’s Program according to announcement via their website http://www.omavs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=795058&SPID=135120&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=31400&ATCLID=209336442. While at SSM, Phillip won the 15-19 age division of the Plantations Junior Tour event held a TPC Sawgrass and also had two top 5 finishes at TPC Deere Run and the FCWT Whistling Straits. Director of Golf Mike Higdon had the following to say, “Phillip is a extraordinary young man on the golf course and in the classroom. He was a vital piece to getting the Golf CoE off and running in that initial season. I have no doubt Phillip will be successful at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Coach Nelson is very lucky to have Phillip as a member of the Maverick Men’s Golf program. We made some huge strides in his golf game while at SSM and I am happy he is seeing the rewards of his hard work.” Phillip had the following to say when talking to Coach Higdon, “I am headed to the University of Nebraska Omaha next year. Thanks a ton for all of your help. I couldn’t have gotten there without it.” We wish Phillip the best of luck in the 2014-2015 school year and beyond!
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Former SSM Golfer to Play at Next Level
On February 5, 2014, 19 members of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Soccer Center of Excellence made their college decision final by signing National Letters of Intent or signing an Institutional Letter of Commitment. The Soccer Center of Excellence was launched at Shattuck-St. Mary’s in 2005 and has successfully produced collegiate-level players for the past nine years. Players […]
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National Signing Day 2014
Two former SSM players finding game time on the field in Europe. Ben Sippola playing in Sweden and Lucas Stauffer in Denmark.
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Former SSM Players playing in Europe
AWAY Games 2/3 to 2/9 - BU18 White SEC College Showcase in Memphis, TN – HOME Games 2/3 to 2/9 - Girls College Showcase Friday, Saturday & Sunday - GU17 vs. Rush Wisconsin U17 Friday @ 7:00 PM - GU17 vs. Manitoba Blizzard U17 Saturday @ 6:00 PM - GU18 vs. North Shore U18 Saturday […]
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During the spring and fall, most practice sessions take place outdoors at The Legacy. The Legacy is a 6,500-yard, 18-hole facility that opened for play in 1998. The Legacy is equipped with an 18,000 square-foot practice putting green along with a spacious practice range the students are able to utilize at their convenience. After the school day ends, practice may resume in a more relaxed team-oriented environment. Students are able to play 9 or 18 hole rounds with one another or may choose to continue working on their daily practice regimen. The Legacy is adjacent to the SSM campus and allows students to walk to the course from the campus.
Legacy Golf Course
Palm Desert, C.A. - Sophie Hill finished 2nd and Carter Haskins tied for 3rd place at the FCWT event being held at Classic Club in Palm Desert, CA. Hill shot rounds of 81-80 and finished with two consecutive birdies while Haskins shot rounds of 77-74 to finish 8-over. Haskins led the boys field with 9 birdies and also threw in an eagle. Not to be outdone, Hill led the girl’s field with 5 birdies of her own. Parker Reddig fired the 2nd lowest round of the tournament with a 73 in his final round making a big jump up the leaderboard to finish tied for 7th place. The Golf Center of Excellence will return to the links on March 22 in Clearwater, Florida for another FCWT event at the Feather Sound Country Club.
Strong finishes highlight Golf CoE in California