2014 Winter All-Conference & team awards for Princeton High

Senior Jack Sinkel set a Princeton record with 239 career three-pointers. His 93.4 free throw percentage is a state single season record.

Senior Jack Sinkel set a Princeton record with 239 career three-pointers. His 93.4 free throw percentage is a state single season record.

Boys Basketball

Mississippi 8 All-Conference–  Jack Sinkel.  Mississippi 8 Honorable Mention–  Caleb Scharber, Brady Peterson.  Team awards: Offensive MVP- Jack Sinkel. Defensive MVP- Aaron Embertson. Most Improved-  Aaron Embertson. Coach’s Award- Ryan Derrick. Kyle Hansen Award- Ryan Derrick. Captains for 2014-2015- Eric Norman, Aaron Embertson, Brady Peterson. Academic All-State- Jack Sinkel.  Academic All-Conference- Brady Peterson, Blake Struthers, Allen Lindner, Jack Sinkel, Ryan Derrick.

  2014 Tiger stat leaders– Jack Sinkel 24.5 ppg, 226 reb, 42 ast, 52 stl • Brady Peterson 14.3 ppg, 132 reb, 65 ast, 21 stl • Caleb Scharber 13.8 ppg, 129 ast, 69 reb, 33 stl • Tanner Kinney 8.1 ppg, 32 reb, 47 ast, 31 stl • Aaron Embertson 4.6 ppg, 78 reb, 63 ast, 29 stl • Marqus Flicek 4.2 ppg, 64 reb, 15 ast, 14 stl • Reed Mitchell 3.2 ppg, 49 reb, 11 ast, 14 stl • Eric Norman 2.9 ppg, 67 reb, 36 ast, 22 stl.

* Jack Sinkel’s 637 points is the 2nd most in a Tiger season and his 1,460 points are good for 2nd all-time in the program. Jack’s 239 career three-point field goals made is a Tiger career record. Caleb Scharber’s 129 assists is a Tiger single season record. His 249 career assists is 2nd all-time for the Tigers.

Coach Cloutier on state records: “Team three-point field goals made (259) ranks tied for 9th all-time in MN boys basketball. Jack Sinkel’s 93.40% free throw percentage this season is a state single season record. In the Nov. 26 home game vs. Zimmerman, our 19 made ‘3s’ is tied for 5th all-time in state history in a single game. Jack’s 122 three-point field goals made is tied for 6th all-time in a season in the state.”

 

Girls Basketball

Mississippi 8 All-Conference–  Haley Sandin. M-8 Honorable Mention– Danielle Chmielewski, Jenna Doyle, Taylor Laabs.

  2014 Tiger stat leaders– Haley Sandin 13.5 ppg, 127 reb, 101 ast, 103 stl • Danielle Chmielewski 10.5 ppg, 141 reb, 19 ast, 37 stl, 16 blk • Taylor Laabs 9.7 ppg, 100 reb, 47 ast, 72 stl, 16 blk • Jenna Doyle 9.1 ppg, 179 reb, 17 ast, 24 stl, 52 blk • Andie Jackson 5.1 ppg, 102 reb, 40 ast, 39 stl, 17 blk • Anna Oakes 4.9 ppg, 100 reb, 33 ast, 23 stl • Ashley Schramel 4.0 ppg, 101 reb, 65 ast, 32 stl • Miranda Janssen 2.1 ppg, 27 reb, 7 ast, 15 stl • Shannon McGowan 1.0 ppg, 36 reb, 11 ast, 14 stl.

* Jenna Doyle is currently in 7th all-time Tiger Girls Basketball for rebounds, 5th in blocks and 10th in points. Haley Sandin is 4th all-time for steals, 8th in assists and 9th in points. Ashley Schramel is 10th in assists.

Coach Fenske: “Academically, we had the highest team GPA in the M-8 at 3.841 which was the highest in all of class AAA and AAAA. Out of the 407 schools that field a girls basketball team, we have the 7th highest team GPA throughout the entire state.”

 

Gymnastics

Mississippi 8 First Team All-Conference–  Megan Gourley (Floor).

Team records set in 2014– Vault was broken by Megan Gourley with a 9.15- previously a 9.1 • Team vault record was tied with a 34.7 • Season-high team score for Varsity 122.525 • Season-high team score for JV 105.0.

 

Senior Jake Green finished his career with a Tiger boys hockey team record of 150 points.

Senior Jake Green finished his career with a Tiger boys hockey team record of 150 points.

Boys Hockey

Mississippi 8 All-Conference–  Collin Buness, Jake Green, Cam Paulson, Tyler McAlpine.  Mississippi 8 Honorable Mention–  Joey Stenslie, Billy Oakes.  Team awards: MVP- Jake Green.  Most Improved- Derek Abrahamson.  Most Hustle- A.J. Wesloh and Silas Reek.  Bryan Opskar Memorial Unsung Hero- Joey Stenslie. Coaches Award- Justin Carlson. Captains for 2014-2015- Tyler McAlpine, Justin Carlson, Billy Oakes.

  2014 Tiger stat leaders– Tyler McAlpine 16G/39A- 55 pts • Collin Buness 31/22- 53 • Jake Green 23/26- 51 • Cam Paulson 16/14- 30 • Jake Carlson 5/15- 20 • Silas Reek 8/9- 17 • Billy Oakes 9/8- 17 • Derek Abrahamson 11/6- 17 • Joey Stenslie 7/10- 16 • Justin Carlson 2/8- 10 • A.J. Wesloh 4/4- 8 • Ryan Bolduc 1/7- 8 • Brody Johnson 3/2- 5 • Johnny Groebner 0/5- 5 • Max Mattson 11-12 in goal, 3.30 GAA, 88% save pct. on 561 saves • Robert Zimmer 4-1 in goal, 1.55 GAA, 87% save pct. on 61 saves.

* Jake Green finished as the all-time Tiger Hockey career points leader with 150 points. Collin Buness tied 2006 grad Bryan Osmondson for 2nd all-time career points with 141. Max Mattson finished 2nd all-time in Tiger career wins (30) and 2nd all-time games played for goaltenders.

 

Girls Hockey

Mississippi 8 All-Conference–  Maggie Peterson.

   2014 Tiger stat leaders– Maggie Peterson 20G/26A- 46 pts • Larkin Walter 19/15- 34 • Bridget Walter 13/22- 35 • Erica Schramel 12/16- 28 • Jordan Blomquist 13/11- 24 •  Raegan Anderson 6/12- 18 • Alanna Mattson 4/16- 10 • Casey Haverinen 2/3- 5 • Ashley Bakke 3/2- 5 • Jessica Forschen 0/4- 4 • Eden Betzler 0/4- 4 • Mikayla Brooks 1/2- 3 • Kara Schramel 15-11-1 in goal, 2.80 GAA, 91% save pct on 710 saves.

 

Boys Swim & Dive

Mississippi 8 All-Conference–  Nicholas Johnson. Mississippi 8 Honorable Mention–  Bailey Carlberg, Tommy Milam, Wyatt Lawrence.

Team awards: Most Valuable:  Nicholas Johnson. Most Improved Returner:  Colin Alferness. Most Improved Newbies:  Scott Stensrud and Trent Burk. Most Dedicated: Nicholas Johnson. Hardest Worker:  Nicholas Johnson. Rookie of the Year:  Ryan Johnson. Captains for 2014-15:  Nicholas Johnson and Wyatt Anderson.

 

Senior Billy McClay owns the Tiger wrestling all-time victories mark with 137 wins.

Senior Billy McClay owns the Tiger wrestling all-time victories mark with 137 wins.

Wrestling

Mississippi 8 All-Conference–  Billy McClay, Wyatt Ross, Jake Pramann, Tim Bialka.

  2014 Tiger season records– Billy McClay 35-11, 3rd at State • Tim Bialka 34-4 • Jake Pramann 31-12, State entrant • Brent Chambers 31-11 • Wyatt Ross 25-11 • Cole Warren 22-9, State entrant • Nathan Hellman 20-8 • Eric Elsner 17-16 • Jesse McClay 17-19 • Dylan Auren 16-12 • Gabe Kolhoff 10-11 • Zach Kitzman 7-7 • Justin Robillard 6-9.

* Billy McClay set the new Tiger team record with 137 career victories. The Tigers had 11 wrestlers place at sections.

 

 

Mock Trial

Mississippi 8 All-Conference–  Caitlin Bell

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