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Our sophomore and junior class soccer girls who were combined for a team at the prestigious Jefferson Cup College Showcase Tournament won the U18 Superior bracket with 6 teams. We were unbeaten with a record of 2 wins and 1 tie, and our girls drew a lot of attention from college coaches. Linked below is
Girls Soccer Impresses at Jefferson Cup
We are pleased to announce the dates for our Summer Soccer Prospect Camp which will be held at SSM. The dates for this event are August 4-7, 2013. Any boys born between January 1, 1997 and December 31, 2000 are invited to this camp.
You can find more information here.
On February 6, 2013, 15 soccer seniors signed their NIL’s to play at their respective colleges and universities. It was their first step in catching their dream. By putting pen to paper, they have committed their next four years to their school. We commend them for the effort, work, and sacrifice they put in
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Shattuck Seniors sign National Letter of Intents
Due to inclement weather, the community program will be cancelled tonight, December 20th, 2012. The next session will be January 7th, 2013. See you then!
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Community program 12-20-12
Sam Eisenhuth(2014) fired and opening round 69(-1) to sit on top of the leader board at the FCWT Mission Hills event at the Pete Dye Course in Rancho Mirage, California. Eisenhuth didn’t waste any time as he birdied holes 1 and 3 to get to -2 quickly before making bogeys on holes 7 and 8 to make the turn at even par. He played solid the entire back nine and added a birdie on the par 3 16th hole to finish at -1. He is currently tied for 1st place with Matt Walling. Nathan Zhao(2015) is close behind Eisenhuth after shooting a 72(+2) for a 5th place tie and 3 shots behind the leaders. Jake Curwin(2013) who is the current FCWT point leader is only 4 shots back of the leaders with an opening round 73(+3). Camden Nierman(2012) looks to make a big jump on day two after an opening round 78.
Shane Hoben(2016) played solid during the opening round and shot a 78 to put him in a 7th place tie in the boys 13-15 age group. Sydney Brickey(2013) shot an opening round 78 and sits in 5th place in the girls division while Sophia Hill(2015) shot an opening round 86 and is in 9th place.
The SSM golfers will play round 2 on Sunday which starts at 7:30am pacific time. Eisenhuth will be in the final pairing and is scheduled to tee off at 9:27 pacific time.
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Eisenhuth Leading in California
Nathan Zhao (2015) lit up the University of Kentucky Wildcat Course this weekend to run away from the field and win the event by 8 shots in the boys 14-19 age group. Zhao shot the only sub-par round of the tournament on Sunday out of the 108 player field with a 70 (-1). zhao led wire to wire as he shot an opening round 75 on Saturday to take a one shot lead into the final round. Nathan never let off of the gas on Sunday as he shot a 34 on his final 9 holes. Jake Curwin (2013) played solid all weekend as well with rounds of 76-77 to take home the runner-up position. Sam Eisenhuth (2014) had the second lowest SSM round of the day with a 76 to make a huge jump in the standings and crack the top 10. Camden Nierman(2012) shot a final round 81 and Shane Hoben (2016) a 91.
Sophia Hill(2015) was the top finishing girl with rounds of 80-83 to end up in 9th place, while Sydney Brickey (2013) shot a final round 80 to jump up a couple of spots to get a top 10. Nicole Pelling shot her lowest competitive round of the season with a 92.
The wind was a factor all weekend and the Saber golfers proved they were tough enough physically and mentally to face the challenge. The golfers take the upcoming week off to focus on their studies during finals and will take to the links again the 1st of December when they head to California.
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Zhao Torches Kentucky
- Jake Curwin hits his tee shot opens tournament with a 76 for 2nd place.
Nathan Zhao (2015) sits at top of the Boys 14-19 age group in the Plantations Junior Tour Champ Spikes Wildcat Cup at the University of Kentucky after firing an opening round 75. Zhao had one birdie along with four bogeys to finish at +3 in the windy conditions on Saturday. Jake Curwin (2013) is right on Zhao’s back only one shot back with an opening round 76 (+4). Curwin’s round was a little more up and down considering he had four birdies that help cancel out his triple and double bogey during the round. Zhao and Curwin will play together in the final pairing at 10:16 EST on Sunday. Camden Nierman (2012) shot an opening round 82 (+10) and is currently in 24th place while Sam Eisenhuth (2014) is in 29th place with an 83. Shane Hoben competing in the same age group is in 44th place with an opening round 87 which was highlighted with a chip in on #13.
Sophia Hill played strong today with an opening round 80 and is currently in 7th place in the 31 player girls field. She is only 3 shots back of third place and looking to make up some ground on Sunday. Sidney Brickey opened with an 85 and currently sits in 12th place while Nicole Pelling shot an opening round 102.
SSM play starts on Sunday with Shane Hoben teeing off at 8:16am. The SSM golfers will need to stay patient and strong as the winds are supposed to get stronger and make the course even more challenging.
November 7, 2012
Shattuck-St. Mary’s FSC Test Session 39 tests were taken and 38 tests passed including 2 Gold Medal Field Moves Tests!
Dian Anzarut ’14 3 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves
Sophia Cavazos ’17 3 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves
Dillon Erhardt ’17 6 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves & Free Skate PreJuvenile Field Moves & Free Skate
Maggie Hausmann ’13 1 Senior Supplemental Field Moves (making her a Triple Gold Medalist)
Cristy Jaime ’15 3 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves
Jacob Kahn ’15 1 Intermediate Field Moves
Claire Katchur ’14 1 Junior Field Moves
Saori Kimura ’17 3 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves
Rex Lai ’14 2 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate
Claudia Leon de la Vega ’17 3 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves
Sophie Liesenfeld ’15 1 PreJuvenile Free Skate
Lindy Martinson ’15 1 Novice Field Moves
Regina Najera ’19 3 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves
Rebeca Ramirez ’14 3 PrePreliminary Field Moves & Free Skate Preliminary Field Moves
Kasie Sundhagul ’15 1 Intermediate Field Moves
Lexi Wiesner ’14 1 Senior Supplemental Field Moves (making her a Double Gold Medalist)
Gwyn Wilkens ’17 2 PreJuvenile Field Moves Preliminary Free Skate
A special thanks to Terry Hausmann and Lisa Miller for preparing and conducting the test session, SSM kitchen for the food, and Melissa Boik for webcasting the tests.
Congratulations & Thanks to everyone!
Test Session 11/7/12