The Princeton Union-Eagle » Sports http://unioneagle.com Community newspaper of Princeton, Minn. Mon, 03 Aug 2015 22:30:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Princeton’s season ends at American Legion State Tournament http://unioneagle.com/2015/08/princetons-season-ends-at-american-legion-state-tournament/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/08/princetons-season-ends-at-american-legion-state-tournament/#comments Sun, 02 Aug 2015 23:05:05 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=117011 Nick Zeroth lines a two-run double to right-center field during Princeton’s loss to Woodbury Blue on July 31. Zeroth also had an RBI single during Princeton’s win over Grand Rapids. (Sun Current staff photo by Chris Chesky)
Nick Zeroth lines a two-run double to right-center field during Princeton’s loss to Woodbury Blue on July 31. Zeroth also had an RBI single during Princeton’s win over Grand Rapids. (Sun Current staff photo by Chris Chesky)

By Chris Chesky – Sun Current Newspapers

One week after Princeton remained undefeated during the American Legion Sub-State 13 Tournament, the team got off to a rocky start.

Tanner Kinney guided Princeton to their first state tournament win in team history by pitching seven plus innings in Princeton’s 6-5 win over Grand Rapids on July 31. (Sun Current staff photo by Chris Chesky)
Tanner Kinney guided Princeton to their first state tournament win in team history by pitching seven plus innings in Princeton’s 6-5 win over Grand Rapids on July 31. (Sun Current staff photo by Chris Chesky)

Princeton scored the first two runs of the game, but lost 8-2 after failing to get anything else going on offense.
“We didn’t play a great one there, but we’ve played good all year,” coach Troy Kinney said. “We can bounce back.”
Nick Zeroth hit a two-run double in the first inning to lead princeton’s struggling offense. Princeton collected eight hits as a team, with Zeroth and Tanner Kinney collecting two hits apiece.
Luke Hallbeck gave up four runs in seven innings to earn the loss for Princeton.
“His command wasn’t as good as it usually is,” Kinney said. “It’s hard to pitch that way.”
Coach Kinney, although his team displayed a lackluster performance during their first game of the tournament, believed in his team and knew the players would bounce back.
He was correct.
Tanner Kinney allowed five runs and struck out three over his seven plus innings to help Princeton win their first state tournament game in team history.
“I like the way he threw a lot of strikes today,” coach Kinney said. “I don’t think he had his best stuff today, but he threw a lot of strikes. We’ll take it.”
Zeroth went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and Luke Hallbeck went 2-for-2 with two RBIs to lead Princeton’s offense.
Princeton’s season came to an end on August 1, when they lost to Hutchinson 3-2. Princeton catcher Sam Archer went 2-for-4 with two RBI and a home run and Damon Rademacher went 1-for-3 with two RBIs to lead Princeton’s offense in the loss. Rademacher also pitched a complete game for Princeton in the loss, allowing eight runs (six earned) and striking out nine in his nine innings.
Princeton ended their season with a 25-5 record.

Contact Chris Chesky at chris.chesky@ecm-inc.com. Follow him on Twitter at @MNSunSports

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On to State for Princeton Legion http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/on-to-state-for-princeton-legion/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/on-to-state-for-princeton-legion/#comments Thu, 30 Jul 2015 14:08:20 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116920 Greg Hunt / Union-Eagle Hosting the Sub-State 13 tournament on the home field, the Princeton American Legion baseball squad swept all its games over last week to earn a berth in the Minnesota State Legion tournament which begins this weekend. The Princeton boys defeated Elk River 2-0 in the championship game on July 25. Pictured in the front row left to right are Jack Thompson, Sam Larson, Tanner Kinney, Sam Archer, Nick Zeroth and Eric Norman. In the back row left to right are Coach Jesse Zimmer, Gehrig Scheffel, Damon Rademacher, Luke Hallbeck, Joe Bernard, Dillon Prieve, Coach Troy Kinney, and Jake Carlson.
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Hosting the Sub-State 13 tournament on the home field, the Princeton American Legion baseball squad swept all its games over last week to earn a berth in the Minnesota State Legion tournament which begins this weekend. The Princeton boys defeated Elk River 2-0 in the championship game on July 25. Pictured in the front row left to right are Jack Thompson, Sam Larson, Tanner Kinney, Sam Archer, Nick Zeroth and Eric Norman. In the back row left to right are Coach Jesse Zimmer, Gehrig Scheffel, Damon Rademacher, Luke Hallbeck, Joe Bernard, Dillon Prieve, Coach Troy Kinney, and Jake Carlson.

Playing cool and collected all week, the  Princeton American Legion baseball team kept finding ways to put away opponents. Then as the final out was grabbed on Saturday, the local lads mobbed each other in a big heap as they earned a trip to State.

“Pitching and defense was what did it. Every guy we threw out there this week threw a lot of strikes, and we just played good defense behind them. In a nine-inning game, that’s what we want to do,” said Coach Troy Kinney.

The final victory needed in the Sub-State 13 tournament came 2-0 over Elk River the afternoon of July 25. Tanner Kinney came through with his second strong pitching effort of the tourney when he limited the Elks to four hits total while striking out four. A positive omen happened in the first inning after Elk River’s first batters reached on base hits, but Eric Norman and Damon Rademacher turned a sweet 4-6-3 double play to allow no runs home.

After getting two strikeouts in the second, Kinney was threatened again when two ER batters reached. But a fly to Luke Hallbeck in left and a force out in the infield stopped the threat. Those two outs began a string of 12 consecutive batters retired by Kinney as he just kept pumping strikes.

“I found out last night I was going to get the start. I was pretty excited all night. I knew Elk River is a really-good hitting team, so I was just going to trust my defense behind me. I didn’t strike many out, but the defense did a helluva job and made plays behind me,” said Kinney.

In Princeton’s third inning, Kinney broke up the shut out when he reached on a hit. Jake Carlson reached on a bunt by beating a low throw to first. After an out and Joe Bernard getting hit by a pitch, Nick Zeroth’s fielder’s choice allowed Kinney to score.

Princeton made it 2-0 in the fourth when leadoff man Norman stroked a double to center. After Rademacher put the ball in play, Norman was attempting to reach third when the return throw from first skipped up the line, allowing him to cross the plate with a key insurance run.

From that point on, neither team really threatened again as Kinney and ER starter Mitch Thompson had their defenses playing well behind them. In the top of the ninth, the Elks were retired on three straight fly balls to Jake Carlson in centerfield.

“I got a good jump on that first one which was hit really well,” replayed Carlson. “After that one, I just kind of settled in and it was all confidence from there. Tanner gave me the first two outs, and I was like, ‘Tanner, give me the third one, too!’ and I got a good jump toward the wall on that last one.”

Mixed in the celebration, “It was fantastic– this is kind of a first-time thing for me,” said Sam Archer, who logged a lot of sweaty innings at catcher over the course of the tournament. “We just never gave up. We just found a way to win. We have a gritty team who puts in a lot of hard work. It definitely showed this week. It was fun to see Jake put away that last fly ball.”

“This is the last season with this group and my dad coaching us– it just makes the feeling of reaching State that much better,” added Tanner Kinney.

First Sub-State games

On July 21, Princeton opened as the No. 1 seed for the Sub-State tourney on Solheim Field against No. 11 Zimmerman who eliminated Pine City-Hinckley the night before. Kinney got the start and racked up 16 strikeouts in a 4-3 win. Archer blasted a solo homer, and Kinney scored two runs. Gehrig Scheffel also scored a run in the victory.

“Bunting got us the win in the Zimmerman game. It was something we did not do well early in the season, but the boys got it done when it counted,” said Coach Kinney.

Next up was a 7-6 win over Becker on Wednesday when Hallbeck tossed seven innings to lead. The Post #216 boys helped him with four runs in the sixth, highlighted by a Bernard double and singles from Zeroth and Norman. Archer knocked another solo dinger in the seventh, then needed insurance runs were added in the eighth when Zeroth was hit by a pitch and scored on another Norman double, then Rademacher followed with a run-scoring single.

The Princeton ball club maintained its hot streak in the playoffs by defeating St. Francis 7-3 in the July 23 night game. Rademacher got the win with another strong pitching performance this summer. He was aided early by two diving catches from centerfielder Kinney, plus Rademacher and the defense picked off three Saint runners in the first three innings to limit threats.

Hallbeck singled home Carlson for the first run, then Princeton upped its first-inning lead to 3-0 when Archer and Hallbeck scored on Norman’s hard grounder to first when the flip to the pitcher went errant. Sam Larson’s two-BI single in the fourth proved to be the game-winner which scored Norman and Rademacher. Carlson and Norman added run-scoring hits in the seventh to further hold off the Saints.

On Friday night, one more rung of the ladder was precariously climbed with a 5-4 win to eliminate Buffalo. A Zeroth triple highlighted a 3-0 Princeton first inning, then Zeroth singled in the fourth and came in on Norman’s base hit for a 4-0 edge.

But Buffalo rallied to tie the game with four runs in the seventh, and Larson came in for solid relief. In the bottom of the ninth, Scheffel reached on a base hit, then he took second on a delayed steal. Kinney slapped an opposite-field single to left, and Scheffel beat the throw to the plate for the winning run.

Troy Kinney has been head coaching Princeton Legion since the summer of 1999, and he was assistant coach from 1992-1999. Kinney thought the last time Princeton Legion made State was either the summer of 2000 or 2001.

“It’s real special. I’ve been with this group of seniors from 10-U ball, 11-U ball all the way up. So it’s been fun to see them get rewarded for all the time they’ve put in,” he said.

“For future years, this experience is just a big confidence builder,” said Carlson, one of the few non-graduated seniors on the team. “I was really nervous this morning leading up to the game. But for future years, if this happens again I’m going to be nice and calm.”

State tourney path

Princeton takes its 25-3 record to the southwest corner of the metro area for the July 31-Aug. 3 Minnesota American Legion baseball tournament. The boys will open against Woodbury Blue at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, playing at Round Lake Park in Eden Prairie.

A win would have them facing either Eden Prairie or Grand Rapids in the 6:30 p.m. game on Friday night. A loss sends them to the 3:30 p.m. consolation game. Either game is also at Round Lake Park.

The 16-team Tier I tourney will also be played at Chaska, Edina and the host Chanhassen sites. The tourney will wind down to the championship scheduled for 1 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 3 at Chanhassen High School.

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Legion team marches on with third tourney win http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-team-marches-on-with-third-tourney-win/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-team-marches-on-with-third-tourney-win/#comments Fri, 24 Jul 2015 15:43:11 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116820 After a perfect Gehrig Scheffel sac bunt, Sam Carlson looped a single to right field to score Eric Norman and Damon Rademacher in the fourth inning against St. Francis in the July 23 Sub-State 13 final winners' bracket game.  Photos by Greg Hunt
After a perfect Gehrig Scheffel sac bunt, Sam Carlson looped a single to right field to score Eric Norman and Damon Rademacher in the fourth inning against St. Francis in the July 23 Sub-State 13 final winners’ bracket game. Photos by Greg Hunt

The Princeton American Legion baseball team maintained its hot streak in the Sub-State 13 playoffs by defeating St. Francis 7-3 in the July 23 night game of Round 3. The Post #216 boys will try to eliminate Buffalo in the July 24 5 p.m. game on the home field– a win there will put Princeton in the driver’s seat for the final games on Saturday, July 25 (2 & 5 p.m.).

Damon Rademacher got the win with another strong pitching performance this summer. He was aided early by two diving catches from centerfielder Tanner Kinney, plus Rademacher and the defense picked off three Saint runners in the first three innings to limit threats.

Damon Rademacher got the win over St. Francis, helped by he and the defense picking off three runners in the early innings.
Damon Rademacher got the win over St. Francis, helped by  the defense picking off three runners in the early innings.

Luke Hallbeck singled home Jake Carlson for the first run, then Princeton upped its first-inning lead to 3-0 when Sam Archer and Hallbeck scored on Eric Norman’s hard grounder to first when the flip to the pitcher went errant. Sam Larson’s two-BI single in the fourth proved to be the game-winner which scored Norman and Rademacher.

St. Francis and Elk River are the other two remaining teams in the Sub-State tourney. They play an elimination game at 2 p.m. on July 24.

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Legion baseball keeps winning in Sub-State http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-baseball-keeps-winning-in-sub-state/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-baseball-keeps-winning-in-sub-state/#comments Thu, 23 Jul 2015 15:53:42 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116795 Joe Bernard and the Princeton Legion squad are 2-0 in the Sub-State tournament hosted on the home Solheim Field.
Joe Bernard and the Princeton Legion squad are 2-0 in the Sub-State tournament hosted on the home Solheim Field this week.

No. 1 seed Princeton stayed in the winners’ bracket in the American Legion Sub-State 13 baseball tournament by defeating Becker 7-6 in the second-round game on July 22.

The Post #216 squad will face No. 4 seed St. Francis in the July 23 round in the 8 p.m. feature slot at Solheim Field in Princeton. Two elimination games will precede that game:  Elk River vs. Cambridge at 2 p.m. and Becker vs. Buffalo at 5 p.m.

Four teams will be alive for the July 24 games which will be held at 2 and 5 p.m. Saturday will be the final battles with games also at 2 and 5 p.m. as teams vie for the coveted Legion State tourney berth.

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Legion team opens Sub-State tourney with win http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-team-opens-sub-state-tourney-with-win/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-team-opens-sub-state-tourney-with-win/#comments Wed, 22 Jul 2015 18:37:31 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116773 Sam Archer and the Princeton Legion ball team are the No. 1 seeds for this week's Sub-State 13 tournament on the home field.
Sam Archer and the Princeton Legion ball team are the No. 1 seeds for this week’s Sub-State 13 tournament on the home field.

Hosting the American Legion baseball Sub-State 13 tournament this week, the Princeton ball club opened with a 4-1 win over Big Lake on Tuesday, July 21. The No. 1 seed Princeton boys will next face No. 6 Becker at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22 in the second round. Becker upset No. 3 Cambridge 4-1 in earlier action on Tuesday.

With a win on Wednesday, Princeton would get the 8 p.m. game on Thursday night, July 23 against either No. 2 Elk River or No. 4 St. Francis.  A loss on Wednesday sends them to the 5 p.m. survival game on Thursday.

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Tiger 14-U fastpitch on to Nationals http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/tiger-14-u-fastpitch-on-to-nationals/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/tiger-14-u-fastpitch-on-to-nationals/#comments Wed, 22 Jul 2015 18:29:03 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116767 14U Fastpitch

Princeton’s 14-U fastpitch softball team will be heading to the ASA “B” Nationals next week in Wausau, Wis. The Tigers ended their season as Northwest Suburban League champions with a record of 20-1-1, earning qualifying berths to Nationals in two different tourneys this season. Opening ceremonies are July 28 in Wassau, with games July 29-Aug. 2.

Last weekend in Mounds View, the squad went 4-2 to finish in fourth place in the Minnesota Metro Fastpitch League State Tournament behind three Class A teams. Pictured are (Row 1, l-r): Lexi Braaten, Rae Williams, Angela Lindell, Allie Skuza and Gabby Dahlen, (Row 2) Coaches Mark Braaten and Rob Skuza, Dulcie Lawrence, Abbie Peterson, Kennedy Johnson, Danika Rademacher, Lauren Curott, and Coaches Mike and Jolene Rademacher. – Photo submitted

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5 Star Golf tradition continues at Milaca http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/5-star-golf-tradition-continues-at-milaca/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/5-star-golf-tradition-continues-at-milaca/#comments Wed, 22 Jul 2015 18:27:21 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116762 5 Star-Princeton

Eight ladies from the Princeton Golf leagues played in the 51st annual Five Star Golf Tournament at the Milaca GC on Monday, July 20. Teaming up for Princeton were (l-r) Vicky Anderson, Valerie Lindquist, Darcy Larson, Helen Sanborn, Deanna Hall, Donna Cook, Arlene Cunningham and Jeanne Bromberg.  The team scores were: Cambridge 521, Mora 545, North Branch, Princeton 573 and Milaca 625. Kelly Brown from Cambridge was the overall medalist at 81, and Deanna Hall shot Princeton’s low score with an 88.   – Photo submitted

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Legion team hosts Sub-State tourney this week http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-team-hosts-sub-state-tourney-this-week/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/legion-team-hosts-sub-state-tourney-this-week/#comments Tue, 21 Jul 2015 20:23:49 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116737 Nick Zeroth pitched well for Princeton in the July 19 third-place game of the home invitational tourney, but River Falls, Wis. prevailed 3-1 that afternoon.  Photo by Greg Hunt
Nick Zeroth pitched well for Princeton in the July 19 third-place game of the home invitational tourney, but River Falls, Wis. prevailed 3-1 that afternoon. Photo by Greg Hunt

The Princeton American Legion baseball team once again will host the Sub-State 13 tournament, with the winner advancing to the Tier I State tourney. Princeton is the No. 1 seed and will take on No. 10 Zimmerman Tuesday, July 21 in the 7 p.m. game at Solheim Field. Zimmerman defeated No. 9 Hinckley-Pine City 9-2 in the July 20 play-in game.

Elk River is the No. 2 seed, Cambridge is No. 3 and St. Francis is the No. 4 seed in the Sub-State brackets. If Princeton stays on the winning path the team will play in the evening feature game throughout the week. The final games will be Saturday, July 25 (2 and 5 p.m.)

• Last weekend in their invite tournament at home, the Princeton boys went 1-2 to take fourth place. They opened with a 5-0 win over Marshall Friday night, then fell to Howard Lake 4-1 in the semifinals.

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Tiger Sports Camp roars through summer with active days http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/tiger-sports-camp-roars-through-summer-with-active-days/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/tiger-sports-camp-roars-through-summer-with-active-days/#comments Sat, 11 Jul 2015 01:00:21 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116258 Debbie Griffin / Union Eagle Kids who go to the Tiger Sports Camp get a chance each day to have open-skate time on the ice of Princeton’s arena. Some practice hockey moves like Adam Bumgarner (left) and Chase Falk do here.
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Kids who go to the Tiger Sports Camp get a chance each day to have open-skate time on the ice of Princeton’s arena. Some practice hockey moves like Adam Bumgarner (left) and Chase Falk do here.

As the warm weather season swings into high gear, groups of kids 5-12 years old keep cool at the ice arena each day as they attend the resurrected Tiger Sports Camp, a summer program offered by the Princeton Youth Hockey Association, which owns and operates the ice arena. The camp began June 8 and runs through Sept. 4, just before school starts.

Debbie Griffin / Union Eagle Ice Arena Manager Patrick Hunsinger helps Tiger Sports Camp participant Lane Olsen adjust his helmet before particpants went onto the ice for an open skate July 6.
Debbie Griffin / Union Eagle
Ice Arena Manager Patrick Hunsinger helps Tiger Sports Camp participant Lane Olsen adjust his helmet before particpants went onto the ice for an open skate July 6.

Kids attend Monday through Friday, coming as early as 6 a.m. and staying as late as 6 p.m. Princeton Ice Arena Manager Patrick Hunsinger said the program has had an average attendance of about 15-20 kids daily. Hunsinger said the number of kids coming to the camp each day varies by parents’ work schedules. He said the Tiger Sports Camp was closed the week before July 4 and attendance during the week after the holiday was sparse, but regular attendance is good, steady and usually the heaviest during mid-week.
He started the job as ice arena manager last year and said he’s aware there had been a Tiger Sports Camp held in the past. He said he doesn’t know why it stopped before, only that it wasn’t active when he started the position.
“It was brought up as an idea on the board,” Hunsinger said about how it resurfaced.
He said a few people got behind the idea and soon the association was making plans to hire camp counselors and develop programming. Hunsinger said he is one of two lead staff members, and there are seven camp counselors, most of whom are current or former hockey players.
The kids’ biggest highlight of the day remains clear: Skating time on the ice for about 90 minutes at midday. Hunsinger said it’s a valued chance for kids to skate in a non-structured environment and a chance to “just let them have fun on the ice.” He said the daily ice time is something the Tiger Sports Camp can offer that other programs don’t.
“We always have somebody on the ice with them,” he said, and the more kids on the ice that day, the more counselors will be out there with them.
The kids have lunch and snacks they bring from home and do different activities throughout each day. For example, camp goers might do scavenger hunts, hold relay races, go to the nearby Splash Park, play four square or board games or create some kind of art. The Tiger Sports Camp kids created a Father’s Day project around that time in June and had themed coloring sheets for the Fourth of July.
Hunsinger said the camp includes some scheduled quiet time for each day so the kids have a chance to relax. Mostly they stay active in the big, indoor space playing soccer, kickball, football and other games. Sometimes the kids might watch a movie and for one period of the day, they get to pick what activity they do.
The Tiger Sports Camp focuses on literacy with a reading program that involves 15 minutes of reading daily and special stickers the kids earn for what they’ve read. Hunsinger said the children seem to enjoy when the older kids come and help them read a book.
He said feedback about the returning program has been good. Kids tell him they like it and are begging for their friends to come, too. Parents have thanked Hunsinger for “tired kids.” The moms and dads say their kids sleep well at night and sometimes fall asleep on the way home.
Hunsinger said Tiger Sports Camp keeps parents updated through its Facebook page, and the association’s website – www.princetonyouthhockey.com – gives more information about the camp dates, hours and pricing. The Tiger Sports Camp offers options for two, three, four or five days a week with discounts for multiple children in the program and price breaks for additional days of participation.
People can sign up for one or all five days a week then for one or all of the weeks the camp is offered. Hunsinger said there is lots of flexibility, and enrollment can change as often as a parent needs. People can register by e-mail, and the Tiger Sports Camp replies by e-mail.
Asked what the kids’ favorite activity is, Hunsinger said, “Mostly it’s the skating.”
He said kids are asked to bring their own skates, helmets and other gear, but equipment can be provided if a child does not have any. He agrees that the open skate time is a great opportunity to keep the kids active as well as enable them to practice skating and their hockey moves.
Hunsinger said overall, he thinks the Tiger Sports Camp provides an active and creative way for kids to spend their day and another opportunity for them to get together in a structured and safe environment.

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14-U Baseball squad wins home tourney http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/14-u-baseball-squad-wins-home-tourney/ http://unioneagle.com/2015/07/14-u-baseball-squad-wins-home-tourney/#comments Wed, 01 Jul 2015 19:04:50 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=116148 14AA

The Princeton Tigers 14u AA traveling baseball team caught fire and went 3-0 to take first place in the first annual Tiger Roar Classic the weekend of June 26-28.   After convincing wins over Otsego (7-2) and Milaca (12-4), the Tigers advanced to the championship game against  St. Michael on Sunday at Solheim Field.  With an air-tight defense and a potent offense,  they defeated the Knights 10-0.   Congratulation Tigers! 

  Pictured are (Row 1, l-r): Luke Chase, Donovan Whiting, Reed House, Ryan Case, Tyler Peterson, Tom Riebe, Asst. Coach Matt Stenoien, (Row 2) Asst. Coach Matt Peterson , Nick Stenoien, Isaac Orth, Tim Wesely Jr., Ricky Forschen, and Head Coach Nate House. Not pictured: Reid St. George.

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