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Congratulations to GU18 forward, Darian Powell who has been selected to the Regional ODP team. Darian will represent Region 2 over Thanksgiving break in Florida at the inter-regional tournament. In early July, Powell attended the Regional camp with her Minnesota state team. She was invited to stay back with the other top players at the camp for pool play. Darian was contacted a few weeks later with the great news that she had been selected for the team. She said, “I was very nervous after the pool play was over with because I had never made the Regional team before. And I was very excited to get the acceptance letter.” Over Thanksgiving she will have the opportunity to play in front of National team coaches where the same process will take place, with the potential to be invited to National Camp. Of her Shattuck teammates, Powell says, ” All of my Shattuck teammates are very happy and supportive of me. They have all been congratulating me!” The Shattuck St. Mary’s community and soccer department would like to congratulate Darian and wish here good luck at the tournament…Good Luck Darian!
Congratulations to U16 Developmental Academy player Luke Stauffer on his invitation to attend the United States Futsal National Team I.D. Camp held in Torrance, California. From September 12-15, Luke will be playing and training with men of all ages for the full Futsal National Team, in hopes of being selected for the team. The Shattuck St. Mary’s community and soccer program want to wish Luke the best of luck at the camp.
Genoway Working It Out Monday, 07.18.2011 / 11:08 AM / Features At 5-foot-9, 177 pounds, Chay Genoway doesn’t look like your prototypical NHL defensemen. But looks are often deceiving.
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Former Shattuck D-man – Genoway Working it out
Reilly’s vision makes him top scholastic option Tuesday, 06.14.2011 / 12:01 PM / 2011 NHL Entry Draft By Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer Mike Reilly might not possess that intimidating look or hulking stature that’s usually coveted in today’s defensemen, but it’s amazing what intelligence and vision can do for a top prospect along the blue line.In his first season at the famed Shattuck-St. Mary’s school in Faribault, Minn.
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Reilly’s vision makes him top scholastic option
6/5/11…On a beautiful Sunday morning in Isanti, MN the Shattuck-St. Mary’s U17 Boys accomplished another one of their goals by beating St. Croix and becoming the 2011 Minnesota State Cup Champions. The team will now head to Regionals at the end of June.
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U17 Boys State Cup Champs
Baie-Comeau takes Cole Harbour’s Nathan MacKinnon first in QMJHL draft Published June 04, 2011 | National Hockey League VICTORIAVILLE, Que. – The Baie-Comeau Drakkar turned down trade offers from rival clubs and used the first overall pick in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League draft Saturday to select forward Nathan MacKinnon.
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Baie-Comeau takes Cole Harbour’s Nathan MacKinnon first in QMJHL draft
5/29/11…Sunday was a good day for the Shattuck St. Mary’s U16 and U18 boys soccer teams. In the early game the U18 boys finished their chances in a 4-1 result against the Colorodo Rapids. In the second game the U16 boys fought back from an 0-2 hole to finish the game 2-2, John Lujano (picture above) scored both goals for Shattuck. In the U18 game, SSM went down 1-0 to the Colorado Rapids halfway through the first half. After a few changes to the lineup by Coach Tim Carter, the U18 boys came out firing and tied the game on a Christian Blandon tap-in. After controlling the play, Jide Oluyedun found the back of the net to put the Sabres up 2-1. Super Sub, Eddosa Muhammed finished off the scoring by putting in two goals of his own. Coach Carter felt that, “this was the first game that we have played at home since May 1st, and it was good to be back on our field where we are comfortable.” The U16 boys game against the Colorado Rapids was more of a battle than the U18s. SSM went down 1-0 early on in the second half and conceded a penalty kick shortly after to go down 2-0. There was still fight left in the young Sabres, and led by their captain, John Lujano fought back to tie the game 2-2. Lujano scored in the run of play with about fifteen minutes left in the game. And the skipper tallied his second goal of the day on a free kick in stoppage time. Coach Bob Moullin said after the game, “today we played against a good team, and our guys have done this before (coming back in games). These boys don’t know when they are beat and today we were inspired by our captain Lujano.” Both teams play next on June 11th and 12th against Scott Gallagher DA on the campus of Shattuck-St. Mary’s.
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U16 & U18 have good results in DA games