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This coming Saturday at 6:00pm, the Shattuck St. Mary’s U18 Developemental Academy team will be taking on former players in the 2nd Annual Alumni Game. This is an exciting weekend for the alumni to visit Shattuck on break from their respected colleges. It is also an exciting time for the current Shattuck players, who get to see their friends and hear about life in college soccer. The list of players returning for the weekend has grown from last year and the list consists of an MLS player (Ben Sippola), Division 1, 2, and 3 players. The list is as follows: Samuel Asante Ben Sippola Gideon Asante Luke Sollie Saul Rosales Edison Crespo Babalakin Omosegbon Joey Tennyson Patrick Donyen Tyrel Spitler Michael Gandier Adekunle Oluyedun Jack Thesing David Abidor Jide Oluyedun Max Cainker Hollie Gray Chris Sutton Please come out and enjoy a fun environment at the Shattuck St. Mary’s Boys Soccer Alumni Game!
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Alumni Return for Game Against U18DA
SSM boys crowd the top of the leader board after the first day of the Plantations Tour TPC Sawgrass tournament in Jacksonville, Florida. Golfers played the Dye’s Valley course which has played host to the Nationwide’s Tour Winn Dixie Jacksonville Open. Nathan Zhao is sitting at top tied for 1st place in the boys 14-19 age group with a first round score of 77. Nathan had one birdie on the day but had numerous chances that just didn’t fall. Phillip Baumberger sits in sole 3rd place with a score of 78 in which he had birdies on his first and second holes of the round. Jake Curwin rounds out the SSM golfers tied for 4th place with a score of 79 which was highlighted with 5 birdies. Sydney Brickey is sitting in 5th place on the girls side with a round of 90. Coach Higdon is happy with the way the kids played to today. “With our three boys sitting in spots 1st through 4th, I am pretty happy with the things heading into the final round. Each one of the boys left a few shots on the course as typical with every round of golf, but overall they played pretty solid. They have all put themselves in position to win the tournament, let’s see if one of them can go out and take the crown. It will be fun to watch them all battle tomorrow on the Stadium Course which is host to the PGA Tour’s Player Championship. I hope it is close coming down to the famous #17 island green par 3 and the tough #18. It will make for a great finish.” Brickey tees off at 10:50 EST. tomorrow. Curwin tees off at 12:02 while Baumberger and Zhao are playing in the final group of the day at 12:10.
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Golfers Crowd Leaderboard in Florida
10/24/11…This past weekend four out of the five COE soccer teams at Shattuck-St. Mary’s were in action. All four teams had winning results in their games. Saturday 10/22/11: On Saturday, the boys U16DA team was in action against the U18 Omaha FC. After a physical game, the boys came out on top 2-0. Steve Eneme continued is goal scoring tally, netting a goal in the first half. Panamanian defender Francisco “Tito” Narbon scored his first goal of the season in the second half. Loren Whittaker was credited with the shutout for the Sabres. Sunday 10/23/11: Sunday morning saw the boys U18YS team take on the U18 Omaha FC squad and come out on top 4-1. After starting out slow and going down 1-0, the sabres tied the game off of a goal from Neal Usry , the leading goal scorer on the team. Usry scored quickly after halftime for his second on the day. Defender Trey Benhart scored his first goal of the season on a corner kick midway through the second half. Josh Parris finished off the game with a tap in off of a rebound in the last ten minutes of the game. The boys U16DA played their second game of the weekend against the U15 Omaha FC team. They had a scoring frenzy, with a final score of 10-0. Akeem Ward and Pascal Rathle both had a hat-trick on the day. Isaiah McCoullough finished with two goals, while Tom Bissett and Heath Honald had one each. The boys U18DA team traveled to play Iowa Central Community College, and finished the day with a 5-0 win. The Sabres got right off the bus a started scoring with Christian Hernandez finding the net in the ’2 minute. Eddosa Muhammed scored in the ’22 minute to go into halftime with a 2-0 lead. Lucas Beato opened the scoring in the second half, followed by Ben Borns-Moore in the ’65. Ricky Lopez finished the game with a goal in the ’78 minute. The girls U18 team traveled to La Crosse, Wisconsin to take on their MRL opponent, the Madison 56ers. After a tough game with the weather and field conditions, the girls won 1-0 on a strike from their leading goal score, Darian Powell . Powell’s goal came in the last five minutes of regulation, to put the SSM Sabres in 3rd in the MRL table. They have a few games left in the fall MRL season, which they are looking to win for the third year running. Check out the SSM website for more information on this years teams and results!
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Weekend Review: 10/22-10/23
Fejes scores twice in rout of Elite League standings leader Team Southeast
Hunter Fejes scored twice, and John Draeger and Teddy Blueger each had a goal and two assists to lead Shattuck-St. Mary’s past Team Southeast 8-2 on Sunday, Oct. 23, in an Upper Midwest High School Elite League matchup of standings leaders at Hobbs Ice Center in Eau Claire, Wis.
The teams alternated scoring the first five goals. The score was tied at 2 early in the second period when Shattuck-St. Mary’s (13-1-1) scored three times to take a 5-2 lead into the third.
Fejes scored both his goals in the third period as Shattuck-St. Mary’s finished the regular season on an 11-game win streak. Shattuck-St. Mary’s lone loss came on Oct. 1 to team Wisconsin.
Team Southwest, which had already clinched the regular season league title, dropped to 13-4-3. Two of Team Southwest’s losses have come against Shattuck-St. Mary’s. Team Southeast had one game remaining on its schedule, a matchup against host Team Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon.
Shattuck-St. Mary’s, which annually joins the Elite League two weeks after the rest of the teams, finished in second with 28 points in the standings despite playing six fewer games.
Team Southeast’s Tyler Sheehy of Burnsville scored in the first period and Scott Nelson of Eastview tied it at 2 on a power play just 47 seconds in the second period.
Shattuck-St. Mary’s goaltender Kyle Hayton stopped 24 of 26 shots and lowered his league-best save percentage to .929. Hayton also has the Elite League’s best goals-against average at 1.88.
Anders Franke of Elk River stopped 30 of 38 shots.
Team Southeast lost top defenseman Eric Schurhamer of St. Thomas Academy to a game ejection for butt-ending late in the second period. Schurhamer also received a 5-minute misconduct for the infraction.
SSM rolls past Team Southeast
The Golf COE participants hit the links today at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont, IL. Nathan Zhao led the way for the Sabres with a first round total of 75 and only one shot back of the leader in the 13 – 15 age group. Nathan started on hole 10 and finished his first nine holes in +4 then battled back with 2 birdies and one bogey during his final 9 holes to post a one under par for holes 1 through 9. Zhao is slated to tee off at 9:21 am on Sunday and is in the final pairing.
Sydney Brickey also had a tale of two nines during her round on Saturday. Sydney started on hole 10 and closed out her front side in 52 shots before settling down and playing solid during her final nine holes. Brickey rallied for a back side of 41 which was capped by a birdie on hole number 5. Brickey’s final score of 93 puts her in the middle of the pack and with a good round tomorrow will likely finish in the top five.
Jake Curwin and Phillip Baumberger, both competing in the boys 16-18 age group couldn’t get anything going all day and finished with scores of 87. The good news for them is the course played tough for everyone and the low score of the day was a 77 which it tool a hole in one for that to happen. Both are looking for a drastic improvement tomorrow and hoping to crack the top 10.
Golf COE completes first day at Cog Hill
Golf COE participants are preparing to play in the FCWT tournament October 22 & 23 at the prestigious Dubsdread course at Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in Lemont, IL. The course has been host to 4 USGA Championships and a constant stop on the PGA Tour since 1991. Justin Rose won the BMW Championship that was completed a month ago with a score of 13 under par. First round tee times are scheduled to start at 7:30am on Saturday so stay tuned for updates from Coach Higdon. You can receive updates and comments from Coach Higdon by following him on Twitter @higgolf or following the Shattuck-St. Mary’s Golf Center of Excellence on Facebook. You can also track the player’s scores on the FCWT website at the http://fcwt.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/fcwt11/schedule/index.htm. This will prove to be a true test of golf for our players as the course and field of competitors guarantee to be a tough challenge.
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Golfers Prepare for Cog Hill
Matt Smaby- Anaheim Ducks
Joe Corvo – Boston Bruins
Drew Stafford – Buffalo Sabres
Jamie McBain – Carolina Hurricanes
Jonathan Toews – Chicago Blackhawks – Team Captain
Patrick Eaves – Detroit Red Wings
Ty Conklin – Detroit Red Wings
Taylor Chorney – Edmonton Oilers
Jack Johnson – Los Angles Kings
Zach Parise – New Jersey Devils – Team Captain
Kyle Okposo – New York Islanders – Assistant Captain
Derek Stepan – New York Rangers
Sidney Crosby – Pittsburg Penguins – Team Captain
Chris Porter – St. Louis Blues
Ryan Malone – Tampa Bay Lightning
15 Shattuck Alumni Make NHL Opening Day Rosters 2011-12
Devils put the ‘C’ on Parise’s sweater
By Dave Lozo - NHL.com Staff Writer
The move comes after Parise signed a one-year contract this offseason. Parise will become an unrestricted free agent after this season, but has said both his agent and the team will work on a long-term extension during the season.
As per the collective-bargaining agreement, Parise can’t sign a new deal until after Jan. 1.
Parise talked about potentially becoming the team’s captain with NHL.com before training camp, saying: “Of course I would like to. I think right now, with our team, we’re in a transition period where for six years, I was always the youngest guy and all of a sudden I’m one of the oldest. We’re at a point where there are a lot of veteran guys who aren’t with us anymore.
“As a player, you try to take a little bit more of a leadership role every year. Whether you have the ‘C’ or not, it’s not as if players are going to look at me different. That’s just now how it is. Players just respect other players whether they got a ‘C’ on their jersey or not.”
The Devils drafted Parise in the first round of the 2003 Entry Draft. In six seasons with New Jersey, the native of Minneapolis has scored at least 30 goals four times with a career-high of 45 in 2008-09. The left wing is coming off a season where he played just 13 games due to a knee injury suffered at the end of October.
Devils put the ‘C’ on Parise’s sweater