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Girls 15 Camp: Day 4 Recap

By Cheryl A Myers, 06/14/22, 10:45PM CDT


After dinner players returned to Shoemaker Hall for team building activities. Photo by Cheryl A. Myers, @CherylAMyers

Players have settled into the routine of morning practices and afternoon games on Day 4.

Amber Fryklund, Coaching Director, led each team through 45 minutes of stickhandling drills in the upper level of the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center, showing the girls how to work at improving their hand-eye coordination. And encouraged the players to add other activities like tennis and pickleball that would also benefit those skills.

Teams also spent time in the concourse level doing Dryland and stretching during the morning session.

After dinner the camp coaches answered questions about what it is like to play at the next level. Topics included the difference between Division 1 and Division 3 programs, what coaches look for in a player, and recruiting rules and calendars.   They encouraged the girls to not rush the process, visit as many schools as they can, make academics a priority in your decision when it comes to choosing a school and don't close any doors even after you have made your choice.

Sky Blue 3 Gold 1

Team Sky Blue earns its first win in a shutout to start the afternoon session to remain defeated with a record of 1-0-3.  They out shot  Team gold 28-10. 

Addison Sillerud (Maple Grove), Hannah Grabianowski (Shakopee) and Talia Domschot (White Bear Lake) provided the scoring with Domschot's game winning goal coming just 32 seconds into the game.

Taylor Thompson (Forest Lake) had 17 second half saves for Team Gold.

The win puts Team Sky Blue in a tie for second place with Team Royals


Hannah Grabionowski (Shakopee). Photo by Cheryl A. Myers, @CherylAMyers

Royal 4 Red 0

Team Royal came out flying and scored three first half goals  and added the fourth goal just 30 seconds after the break.

Hannah Christenson  (Andover) led the Gold's scoring with two goals, Kalie Schmidt (Delano) added a goal and two assists and Courtney Little (Andover) had a single tally.


Kate Johnson (Warroad) and Amelia McQuay (Andover) battle for space in front of the net. Photo by Cheryl A. Myers, @CherylAMyers

Gree 3 White 3

Team Green was quieted early falling behind 2-0 in the first half. But Team Dino came out of the locker room at break and roared back to life with another second half rally. Three second half goals gave Green a 3-2 lead.  But Team White got a lucky break at the net of Team Green and evened things back up with 34 seconds on the clock, saving their undefeated record.

Macy Rasmussen (Orono), Kaiya Sandy (Warroad) and Hanna Olson (Andover) put up points for Team Green.  Team White's offense came from Taylor Gardner (Edina), Ella Konrad (Eden Prairie) and Sophia Hess (River Lakes).

Team Green's coaches go all in on the Team Dino nickname. Photo by Cheryl A. Myers, @CherylAMyers