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PostSubject: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:18 pm

2009 not that 2008 is over...what are peoples predictions for 2009
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:44 pm

Waunakee only loses their goalie and a d-pole for next year.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:46 pm

Lax11 wrote:
Waunakee only loses their goalie and a d-pole for next year.

How is Waunakee's back-up or JV goalie this past year? If I remember correctly, they didn't have a regular back-up last year?
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 8:32 pm

It'll be interesting for Verona. We lose 15 seniors which constitutes our entire starting defense, starting attack, and 2 of our 3 starting middies. However, we are getting a new coach who played d1 at Butler and with him is supposedly harder and much more efficient work in practice. So all I can say is that our team next year could be good, or it could be a developemental year giving the guys from our JV team time to get used to the Varsity level.

EDIT: Here are the seniors graduating from Verona this year at their respective positions.

Attack
Sean Nelson
Kevin Korth
Jesse Brown
Jerry Clay
Corey Zingg

Midfield
Colton Warner
Tim Opsal
Austin Benson
Nick Lyell
Drew Lynde

Defense
Andrew Olson
Brandon Larson
Chris Helwig
Tyler Schneider
Matt MacFarlane


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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 9:20 pm

sun prairie loses 7 middies, 2 attackmen, 2 long sticks and our goalie

but we will still have a strong attack and defense ( losing 1 starter for each)
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 9:34 pm

Lafollette will lose every player that played for them in the playoffs.

Goalie, 3 D, LSM, 3 Middies, 4 att

So, we will see
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 9:37 pm

Middleton loses the following,

Attack:
18 Nick Hummel - Starter - Will be playing NCAA D3 at Gwyned-Mercy
13 Zach Padrutt - 2nd Line - Will be playing MCLA D1 at UW-Milwaukee
7 Kevin Kobinsky - 2nd Line - Will be playing MCLA D1 at UW-Milwaukee

Midfield:
43 Michael Kirton - 3rd Line
12 Ford Malmquist - 2nd/3rd Line and 3rd Faceoff Option
16 Wes Dilley - 3rd Line

LSM/Defense
69 Cody Hurd - Starter

Goalie:
47 Danny Bennett - 2nd String - Will be playing MCLA D1 at UW-Milwaukee


Key Returners for Middleton

Attack:
17 Kyle Bonebrake - Starter
22 Jack Olejnik - Starter
6 Eli Rosen - Started a few games

Midfield:
2 Kiel Baitinger-Peterson - Starter and took faceoffs
21 Casey Kelso - Starter and took faceoffs
31 Preston Roberts - Starter
37 Luke Fass - Started a few games, will be a Soph.

Defense:
20 Ben Mellum - Starter and Captain
44 David Utterback - Starter
14 Bryce Packard - Starting LSM
91 Tyler Lundey - Started some games

Goalie:
15 Tate Fuhrman - Starter


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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 9:42 pm

thats cool that UWM is going to the MCLA and getting out of the GLLL.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 9:47 pm

I agree, while the GLLL is fun, the MCLA is a much needed step in the right direction
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Sun Jun 08, 2008 10:07 pm

#21 Casey Kelso of middleton is gone next year, will be playing juniors hockey down in FL
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 12:58 am

how is arrowhead and marquette looking for next year?

wausau?
neenah?

any sleeper teams that could make a run in 09?
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 1:05 am

JordanEC23 wrote:
Lax11 wrote:
Waunakee only loses their goalie and a d-pole for next year.

How is Waunakee's back-up or JV goalie this past year? If I remember correctly, they didn't have a regular back-up last year?


the jv goalie was pretty decent this season. looked extremely shaky vs arrowhead in the first game of the season, allowing 14 goals i think.

but didnt allow over ten the rest of the season... if memory serves.
it was his first year as a goalie, so it was very good.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 1:07 am

Expect Stoughton to be in the gutter, once again. Loosing like 14 seniors or something. Mostly varsity. Though next year is where the kids that have been playing youth finally start moving into the high-school game.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 1:19 am

Stoughton's youth team is very VERY well coached, and has some great sticks
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 2:11 am

I would give it 2 to 3 years before any of Stoughtons youth sees varsity. From what I remember, last year it was mostly 5th, 6th and 7th, with the one 8th grader playing this year. I think the youth and hs program have to become one in the same orginization, so that there is a little more structure. Hopefully Stoughton can find a good, well experience coach in the next few years.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 3:42 am

Stoughton loses alot.. not that it matters but..

Sanford Erdahl G -starts
Peter Hagstrom- D -starts
Tyler Rekowski- D -starts
Eugene Notstad- D
Steve Johnson- M -starts
Josh Wollin- M
Nate Zarnstorf- M -starts
Luke Forde- M
Tom Field- M
Kal Urso- A -starts
Eric Kind- A
Nate Stopczynski- A -starts
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 11:33 am

Marquette's Losses:

Attack:
Danny Myers - #16 - Starter and leading goal scorer - Club at SMU
Ryan Neuville - #20 - Starter and top three on team in assists
Kyle Hanan - #12 - The big man on crease
Ryan Schwanke - #11 - One of the top offensive threats in last few games
Patrick Otero - #52 - The little man aka "The Hammer"

Midfield:
Tom Casper - #35 - Team Captain and All-Conference - D3 at Alvernia
Tony Morien - #7 - Team Captain and face-off guy - Club at Ol' Miss
Alex Vincent - #14 - Absolute beast that made transition from D to Def Mid
Patrick Bell - #9 - Fast as hell and solid clearing middie

LSM:
Garrett Fields - #5 - Team Captain and All-Conference - D3 at Kenyon
Andy Brodd - #34 - 2nd Year player but great on-the-ball defender

Defense:
David Gebhardt - #25 - Starter and the leader of the stingy MUHS 'D'


Key Returnee's:

Attack:
Sean Gebhard - #17 - Starter and one of the most talented players in Wisconsin
Connor Devine - #21 - Emerged as one of the better offensive threats at the end of the year

Midfield:
Rob Richlen - #8 - Probably MUHS' best dodger from the midfield
Mike Koch - #55 - Starter who is big and athletic
Eric Quesnell - #51 - One of MUHS' better outside shooters
Jeff Kolb - #24 - The throuroughbread is an absolute beast at Def Midfield
Matt Daleiden - #1 - A talented sophomore that has solid stick skills

Defense:
Sam Seramur - #28 - All-Conference. Probably the best stick skills of any pole in the state now
Dushan Mladenavic - #27 - A lefty, the Serbian has consistently been one of the better poles in conference
Ante Grgic - #32 - An absolute monster that is just thick as hell, Grgic plays great on-ball defense
Bob White - #10 - A tall, rangy defender that is strong on GB's

Goalie:
Alex Gradecki - #37 - All-Conference and one of if not the best goalie in the state in this upcoming season
Ryan Moesel - #17 - A huge presence in the goal that would be starting on any other team

Marquette losses a lot of talent, primarily on offense at attack and at midfield; however, I still think they will be one of the more talented teams in state. They return almost the entirety of their defense along with their top two goalies. On attack, look for the all-star freshmen trio of James Tjarksen, Joey Schulz, and Jack Sullivan in the next few years because they all have phenomenal stick skills and a ton of talent. While I am not sure how to predict Marqeutte's success for next year, the strong core of sophomores and freshmen prove that the future is bright for MUHS.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 12:30 pm

thedamnedfan wrote:
I would give it 2 to 3 years before any of Stoughtons youth sees varsity. From what I remember, last year it was mostly 5th, 6th and 7th, with the one 8th grader playing this year. I think the youth and hs program have to become one in the same orginization, so that there is a little more structure. Hopefully Stoughton can find a good, well experience coach in the next few years.

Not that it matters but i think it will take less time then that we, actually had, if my memory serves me correctly, 4 or 5 solid 8th graders this year who will probably be ready for varsity next year
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 3:04 pm

thedamnedfan wrote:
I would give it 2 to 3 years before any of Stoughtons youth sees varsity. From what I remember, last year it was mostly 5th, 6th and 7th, with the one 8th grader playing this year. I think the youth and hs program have to become one in the same orginization, so that there is a little more structure. Hopefully Stoughton can find a good, well experience coach in the next few years.
I couldn't agree wiht you more. For Lacrosse to flourish in this state, the HS teams need to take a hand in the youth teams. Look at Arrowhead, Middleton, SP, Waunakee etc. All of those HS temas have strong AFFILIATED youth programs. Verona has a big group of kids moving up the line. In SP we move, I think 10 or 12 guys up from our 7/8th grade team, ownerer will set me straight if I'm off.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 7:34 pm

SpLAX wrote:
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I would give it 2 to 3 years before any of Stoughtons youth sees varsity. From what I remember, last year it was mostly 5th, 6th and 7th, with the one 8th grader playing this year. I think the youth and hs program have to become one in the same orginization, so that there is a little more structure. Hopefully Stoughton can find a good, well experience coach in the next few years.
I couldn't agree wiht you more. For Lacrosse to flourish in this state, the HS teams need to take a hand in the youth teams. Look at Arrowhead, Middleton, SP, Waunakee etc. All of those HS temas have strong AFFILIATED youth programs. Verona has a big group of kids moving up the line. In SP we move, I think 10 or 12 guys up from our 7/8th grade team, ownerer will set me straight if I'm off.

note : marquette high would have a youth team, but alas we are a private school and do not have any direct feeding program. although of the 17 freshmen that participated in the program this season, 12 of them had experience playing for a youth team in the past.

just 'tootin my own horn there...
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 10:32 pm

That would actually be the team that Jack head coaches, the Northshore Jumbo's. Many of those kids end up attending Marquette.

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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Tue Jun 10, 2008 10:46 pm

Jaron wrote:
That would actually be the team that Jack head coaches, the Northshore Jumbo's. Many of those kids end up attending Marquette.

ah very true and i am excited to be able to coach those kids next year if they decide to play, but technically,,, there is no youth team directly affiliated with MUHS. i think that's what i was trying to say
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Wed Jun 18, 2008 7:33 pm

JordanEC23 wrote:
Lax11 wrote:
Waunakee only loses their goalie and a d-pole for next year.

How is Waunakee's back-up or JV goalie this past year? If I remember correctly, they didn't have a regular back-up last year?


IM Waunakees JV goalie I only let in 33 goals minus the 14 againmst arrowhead which was my first full game as a goalie last year I only played 5 halves as a goalie and it was my first year im hitting a goalie camp in Michigan and a few others in WI working with DAVID i think is the best help i could get he is very under rated
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Thu Jun 19, 2008 11:59 am

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IM Waunakees JV goalie I only let in 33 goals minus the 14 againmst arrowhead which was my first full game as a goalie last year I only played 5 halves as a goalie and it was my first year im hitting a goalie camp in Michigan and a few others in WI working with DAVID i think is the best help i could get he is very under rated


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but waunakee returns all but 4 players, as you may already know. only 2 started keep the whole first and second line midfield together, the whole attack, and have a solid defender filling the place of nick endres at d-pole. and as for goalie, we will be just fine. anyone who works with hoeft cant help but get better. and lots of camps should help.
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PostSubject: Re: 2009   Thu Jun 19, 2008 12:10 pm

If you want to get better at goalie I highly recommend the Badger State camp @ Whitewater. Alberici was the biggest help I recieved all through hs and knows more than any WI hs player would.
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