Posts Tagged ‘girls’

15
Apr

Shattuck-St. Mary’s Making Its Mark on International Women’s Hockey

Shattuck-St. Mary’s Making Its Mark on International Women’s Hockey By Al Daniel Richard Wolowicz/Freestyle Photo/Getty Images Next season, Gordie Stafford will round out his first decade as head coach of the Shattuck-St. Mary’s girls’ 19-and-under hockey program, having started in 2004-05. Fittingly, that milestone is all but bound to coincide with an increased presence of

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10
Apr

SSM soccer welcomes visitor

Recently, we had the pleasure to host Kirk Hilton of Go Pro Football Academy of Dubai.  Kirk has seen all levels of talent across the globe.  As a player, he spent four years with Manchester United and two years with Blackpool.

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08
Apr

Shattuck-St. Mary’s Girls Capture U16 National Title

By JOSH BERHOW (April 7, 2013)   Brette Pettet scored the only two goals of the third period to lead the Shattuck-St. Mary’s U16 girls hockey team to a 4-3 win over Assabet Valley Red and a USA Hockey Tier I U16 National Championship on Sunday in San Jose, Calif.

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30
Mar

Japanese Girls School Visit. Candid and posed.

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27
Mar

4 Shattuck Boys Train in Germany

We recently had 4 of our U18 academy players train in Germany over Spring break.  Mike Bajza, Geoff Dee, Andrew Moullin, and Luke Stauffer all had the chance to train with German team Werder Bremen for a week.  The got to experience the highest level and experience a foreign culture.  Top Drawer Soccer wrote a

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27
Mar

Four Shattuck Boys Train in Germany

We recently had four of our U18 academy players train in Germany over Spring break.  Mike Bajza, Geoff Dee, Andrew Moullin, and Luke Stauffer all had the chance to train with German team Werder Bremen for a week.  They were able to experience the highest level of soccer and experience a foreign culture.  Top Drawer

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Four Shattuck Boys Train in Germany

20
Feb

Ben Sippola Signs Pro Contract in Sweden

SSM alum, Ben Sippola (2007), playing for his new club in Sweden, Torslanda IK, in a practice game versus IFK Uddevalla. Ben was offered a contract this past week and will be joining Torslanda as they begin their first season in the Swedish 1st Division. Good luck Ben!

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04
Feb

Zhao Runner-up at Mission Inn

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Cam Mission Inn web Nate Mission Inn web Sam 2 Mission Inn webNathan Zhao (2015) kept his consistent play in tact this past weekend at the Golf Center of Excellence traveled to sunny Florida to compete in the FCWT Mission Hills event just outside of Orlando, FL in Howey-in-the-Hills.  After an opening round of 74 (+2) Zhao found himself in a tie for 2nd place, 4 shots behind the leader.  During his first round, Nathan was up and down during his first nine holes with a 39 on the par 35.  Zhao then hit the accelerator with 3 birdies on the back side and a 35 (-2) on the par 37 giving a total of 74.  The final round had Zhao paired with the leader who attends a golf academy at Mission Hills which is his home course and facility.  The plan on day 2 was for Zhao to play aggressive from the start to try and apply pressure with the conditions turning very windy.  Nathan did just that coming out with a birdie on the first hole.  Then his competitor birdied the 2nd hole to withstand the charge Zhao was applying.  Nathan finished the front nine with 3 bogeys and a double, but then regained his composure to finish the back nine strong with a 36 (+1) and take sole position of 2nd place.  Coach Higdon is very proud of Nathan and the rest of the team for their showing in Florida.  Nathan showed great composure and his overall talent level by competing head to head with all of the kids whose home facility is Mission Inn.  Those kids are out there practicing every day and know the ins and outs of the course.  Our players showed their talent level and work ethic by competing with these kids stroke for stroke.  Nathan finishing as runner-up along with Camden Nierman (2012) an Sam Eisenhuth (2014) finished in a tie for 7th which shows SSM and its players are contenders in any tournament we play.  I am really proud of all of our players and their performance.  We do have some practice and work to accomplish in the next 2 weeks before we head back down to Florida on February 21st.”

Sam Eisenhuth (2014) and Camden Nierman (2012) finished in a tie for 7th in the 55 player field.  Both recorded rounds of 77 in the opening round without a birdie and had themselves in the hunt.  Both shot the same round on the second day with 78′s and ended up only being 4 shots out of 2nd place.  This was Nierman’s 3rd top 10 finish of this season and this marks the 2nd top 10 for Eisenhuth.  With the 2nd place finish, Zhao moves into 5th place overall in the season points standings.  Jake Curwin who shot rounds of 80,83 and finished in 24th sits in 8th place overall for the season while Eisenhuth is in 12th and Nierman makes a big jump into 17th.

Shane Hoben (2016) shot rounds of 82,85 for 7th place in the boys 13-15 age group.  Hoben had 2 birdies during his opening round but was not able to muster up any during the final round.  According to Coach Higdon this was Shane’s best performance of the year.  “Score and finish wise, this may not have been Shane’s best performance of the season on paper, but I can tell you as far as striking the ball and his overall swing, this is by far his best performance of the season.  I am proud of Shane as he set out to accomplish one goal of swinging with good tempo the entire tournament and he was able to do that.  There is no doubt in my mind things are going to continue to get better this spring with Shane.”

Sydney Brickey and Sophia Hill competed for SSM in the girls division and finished in 15th and 18th place respectively.  They both had opening rounds of 84 and were paired together during the final round in which Brickey shot 86 and Hill shot 89.  Sometimes it can be more difficult when you are paired with a teammate or good friend during a competitive round as it adds many elements to the mix that is not common during tournament play.  Hill who is going through a drastic transition with her swing did a great job of staying positive and accomplishing the goals she was looking for with her swing.  Great things are on the horizon for this young lady.

The golfers have a short break before heading back down to Florida for a FCWT event on February 23rd and 24th at Plantation Inn which is in Crystal River, Florida just north of Tampa.

 

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