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CC forward Hunter Fejes’ inspirational story Details Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 March 2013 16:23 Shattuck-St. Mary’s product Hunter Fejes leads Colorado College freshmen in scoring with totals of 5-5–10. The following is Hunter Fejes’ inspirational senior paper presented at Shattuck-St. Mary’s on March 15, 2012. Today, Fejes is a freshman forward at Colorado College.
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CC forward Hunter Fejes’ inspirational story
10/31/11…The Shattuck St. Mary’s COE teams that were in action this past weekend had quality matches against the likes of the Chicago Sockers, South Dakota United, and the Chicago Fire Juniors. All teams fared well on the weekend getting positive results in every game. BU16DA: The U16DA team traveled to South Dakota to take on the South Dakota United U16 and U18 teams on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday against SDU U16 team, the sabres got off to a good starting winning 4-3, getting goals from Steve Eneme (2), Cory Saurewine , and Luke Stauffer . On Sunday against the SDU U18 squad the sabres kept a clean-sheet behind goalkeeper Loren Whittaker , winning the game 4-0. SSM got their goals from Karl Frisk (2) and Luke Stauffer (2). BU18YS: The U18YS team traveled to Chicago with the U18DA to play a mixture of different players from the Chicago Sockers club. On Saturday, the U18YS squad won a close game 1-0 on a goal from Emil Gonsalvez , and got a clean-sheet behind Dary Dewalt and Adam Prevost who split the game in net. On Sunday, the U18YS went up against a tougher team and had their hands full early on, going down 1-0 at halftime. With a late surge and a formation change the sabres tied the game off of an unassisted goal from Julio Gaviria . The game ended at 1-1. BU18DA: The U18DA team played the same Chicago Sockers club, but a different mixture of players both days. O Saturday, Chirstian Foust was the goal-keeper who was awarded the clean sheet in a 3-0 win. The sabres goals came from Ricky Lopez , Patrick Barnes , and Mike Bajza . On Sunday, the U18DA squad poured on the goals in the second half, finishing their game 5-1. Patrick Barnes has two goals and two assists on the day, and other goals were scored by Mike Bajza, Petter Aasa , and Lucus Beato . GU18: The U18 girls team traveled to Madison, WI to play in their second to last MRL league game against the Chicago Fire Juniors on Saturday afternoon. The sabres came out strong shut the Fire down, behind their goal-keeper Stos Behle who recorded the clean sheet in their 2-0 win. The sabres received a goal from their leading goal-scorer Darian Powell , and one from their center-mid Civanni Moss . The U18 team heads to La Crosse, WI next week for their last MRL game against Elm Grove.
Weekend Review: 10/29-10/30
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
9/8/11…This coming Saturday the girls U18 team travels to Rockford, IL to start their 2011 Fall MRL season. The girls will be taking on the Palatine Celtics on Saturday afternoon and Fox Valley Strikers on Sunday morning. The Shattuck-St.Mary’s U18 girls have won the Fall MRL title the past two years and are looking to make it a three-peat. The team has been training everyday for the past two weeks, and are looking forward to getting on the field for their first competitive games of the season. The U18 team has four returning players from last years squad, Kaelyn Korte , Lily Jilk , Amanda Goulet , and Dani Patterson . Along with the four returning players, the team is made up of a quality group that played on the U17 squad last season. Head coach David Linenberger feels that his side is ready for the weekend games, stating, “I feel that we have a quality squad this year. A hard working group with good team camaraderie.” SSM will kick-off with Palatine Celtics Saturday @ 5pm, and have a quick turn around for their kick-off with Fox Valley Strikers the next morning @ 8am. Good Luck to the U18 Girls this weekend!
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!
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
05/16/2011…This past weekend the Shattuck-St. Mary’s U17 Boys team played to a 0-0 draw with the Minnesota Thunder on Saturday morning. The draw was all the SSM team needed to win their group and advance to the Semi-Finals against PSA BU17. After winning their first two group games against Valley United (5-0) and Minneapolis United (3-1), the U17 team went into the weekend sitting at the top of the group and in full control. Although they didn’t go into the game playing for tie, head coach Steve Cornish made his players fully aware of the situation at hand, and explaining how to control the game. The game started out with a fast pace, where both teams wanted to test the defense early on. Both teams were well organized in the back and limited each others scoring opportunities through out the game. The Shattuck boys settled down and began to control midfield halfway through the first half. Patrick Barnes, SSM’s leading goal scorer, showed his usual work rate, but was double teamed every time he saw the ball and he found it hard to get a clear chance at goal. Going into the second half SSM let their guard down early on and opened the door for the Thunder for two quick chances on goal. The SSM shot stopper, Christian Foust came up big on Thunder shots. Foust showed a lot of grit staying in net for the Sabres after being kicked in the jaw during a challenge in the first half. The best chance on the day came from SSM’s central play-maker and captain Jacob Gandarilla. Gandarilla collected the ball 35 yards out in the center of the field, surprised no one stepped to him, he took three touches towards goal, and drove a low shot on target, but the shot was deflected out for a corner. The U17 boys play on Saturday, May 21st in Isanti, MN at 11:30am.
U17 Boys Advance to Semi-Final of State Cup
1/31/11 This past weekend, the 2nd annual Girls Adidas College Showcase took place on the campus of Shattuck-St. Mary’s in Faribault, MN. Dane Family Field House was the host to sixteen U17 and U18 girls teams from across the Midwest. Along with the teams that participated, 57 colleges from every division were represented during the three day event (Div I – 19 / Div II 9 / Div III 26 / NAIA 3 ). A complete list of the schools that were in attendance is below. The SSM girls teams fared well on the weekend, both going 2-0-1 and delivering some impressive individual performances that caught the attention of the coaches in attendance. The U17 girls started off the weekend with a 1-1 drawagainst the Chicago Sockers. Coming back the next day, they controlled the game and beat the Madison 56ers 2-1. Finishing out the weekend, the girls battled in a 1-0 victory over Iowa Rush. The U18 girls started strong with a 2-0, shutout victory over the Chicago Sockers on Friday. Saturday was a tough fought, 3-2 game that saw SSM come out on top over the Rockford Raptors. FC United handed the U18 girls their biggest challenge, playing them to a 0-0 draw on Sunday afternoon. Throughout the weekend many positive comments and remarks were expressed by college coaches in attendance, the teams participating and the parents who travelled to Dane Family Field House. The site was given many praises by the college coaches who were able to watch game after game without moving to different fields. They were able to watch full games, with quick turnover between matches. When asked what he thought about the weekend, Director of Girls Soccer, David Linenberger commented that, “It was a great weekend for Shattuck-St. Mary’s girls soccer. We had coaches from almost 60 college programs represented and I was very pleased with the way our teams performed. From last year’s showcase to this year’s outcome, shows good progress.” The weekend was a big success and the Shattuck-St. Mary’s coaching staff would like to thank all of the coaches that attended and teams that participated. College Coaching List- 2011 Girls Adidas College Showcase: Ashford University Augsburg College Augustana College Beloit College Bemidji State University Buena Vista University Carleton College Carthage College College of Saint Benedict College of St. Scholastica Colorado College Concordia College – MN Creighton University Drake University Gustavus Adolphus Hamline University Iowa State University Kent State Loyola University – Chicago Luther College Macalester College Mankato State University Marian University Milwaukee School of Engineering North Dakota State University Northern Illinois University Simpson College South Dakota State University Southwest Minnesota State University St. Cloud State University St. Mary’s University – MN St. Olaf College The University of St. Catherine University at Buffalo University of Dubuque University of Iowa University of Maine University of Mary University of Minnesota University of MN Crookston University of MN Duluth University of North Dakota University of Northern Iowa University of South Dakota University of St. Thomas University of WI Eau Claire University of WI Green Bay University of WI Milwaukee University of WI Osh Kosh University of WI Platteville University of WI Whitewater University of Wisconsin Upper Iowa University Viterbo University Waldorf College Wartburg College Winona State University