A Review of the Past Week in Providence Academy Athletics
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Join us Thursday, February 20 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Culver’s Restaurant located at 6175 Quinwood Lane N Plymouth MN 763-694-8980
The Lions were back in action on Thursday, February 13 as they took on Hutchinson High School. The Lions fell to the Tigers 84-51. Scoring details are yet to be available.
Next up: Providence Academy will host Metro Schools College Prep on Thursday, February 20. 7:00 p.m. tipoff. C-Squad will play at 5:30 p.m., there will be no JV game.
The Lions entered this week with high hopes and ran into some bad luck as they dropped two overtime games in a row. On Tuesday, February 11 the Lions fell to the Southwest Christian/Richfield co-op by a score of 5-4 and Thursday, February 13 the team dropped on to Baldwin-Woodville Area Schools 4-3.
Next up: Tomorrow, PA will make up a game against Minneapolis at Parade Ice Garden in Minneapolis. Puck drops at 12:00 p.m.
On Saturday, the Lions traveled to Visitation for an early morning game against a 3A school. While the first half got off to a slow start for the Lions where they saw 3 girls get into early foul trouble, the Lions held the line and were able to take a 9 point lead into halftime.
The second half the Lions really got rolling and were able to find a groove on offense pouring in 42 points in the second half. The Lions came away with a 71-39 victory. The Lions were led in scoring by senior Hailey Hohenecker who put in a season-high 28 points. Senior Madie Anderson and freshman Kyra Miller were also able to put in 11 points of their own and freshman Grace Counts chipped in10.
On Tuesday, the Lions took on the task of playing the tough 4A Lake Conference school Edina. The first half was plagued by cold shooting from both teams but Edina was able to capitalize on some early turnovers and helped push their lead to a comfortable position of 24 points.
After halftime, the Lions responded and were able to find the bottom of the net a little easier. In the end, the Lions fell to the Hornets by a score of 59-34. The Lions were led in scoring by senior Hailey Hohenecker and freshman Grace Counts with 11 points. Freshman Kyra Miller also put in 10 points of her own.
The Lions will play their last regular season game of the year at Royalton on Thursday, February 20. Section 5AA play will start on February, 28. Time, site and opponent to be determined.
Hailey Hohenecker (12TH GRADE) – Girls Basketball
15-16 (8th), 16-17 (9th), 17-18 (10th), 18-19 (11th), 19-20 (12th)
18-19 (11th), 19-20 (12th),
18-19 (11th), 19-20 (12th)
This season Hailey Hohenecker has led the Lions with 15.0 ppg, 4.6 rpg, also tallying 3.4 apg and an astounding 5.6 spg (which is #1 in the state). Hailey’s January performance was highlighted with a 22 point and 7 steal performance in a 78-17 win over Mounds Park Academy. Hailey’s stellar play has led the Lions to an 20-5 start, and an IMAC Conference championship (their first in school history). Hailey is currently 3 points away from breaking 1000 career points making her the 7th player in school history to accomplish that feat. She also broke the school record for steals in a career. Congratulations to Hailey on an excellent January and even better senior year.
Girls Lacrosse Registration
Attached is a profile form that Mound Westonka Athletics asks you to fill out and return to Lynne Peterson (firstname.lastname@example.org). It takes 1-2 school days to create a guest ID number for your daughter, which will enable you to register. Mound Westonka Athletics also asks that you provide a copy of your daughter’s current sports physical; please scan (email@example.com) or fax (952-491-8127) that to the Mound Westonka Athletics office as well.
Also attached are instructions for setting up an account with Westonka FeePay. You can start that process before you receive the ID number, making you one step closer to being ready to register when you do receive your number.
After your student is assigned an ID number (which Mound Westonka Athletics will send you via email), please login to our registration site (Westonka FeePay) and register for girls lacrosse. You must register with Mound Westonka Athletics and make payment to MWHS and our Girls Lacrosse program.
I hope this information is helpful and that you do not find the process overly burdensome. Please feel free to contact me anytime with questions or concerns. Program specific questions can be directed to head coach Jessie Heusinkveld (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also visit the registration page on our Website.
Again, thank you in advance for your interest and support of MWHS Girls Lacrosse, we hope it will be a fun and positive experience!
Free Lacrosse Clinic
The clinics will be held on Sunday, February 2,9, and 23 in the Providence Academy Dome.
Questions may be directed to email@example.com
FREE Upper Extremity Injury Prevention Screening
This free screening is open to youth and high school athletes ages 12 to 22 who participate in an upper extremity dominant sports such as softball, baseball, volleyball, swimming, and tennis. This screening helps preventatively assess for common upper extremity injuries, including rotator cuff deficits, core and glute strength weaknesses, functional range of motion pathologies, and more. Priority will be given to any PA athlete interested, sign up here.
Download flyer here or feel free to contact former PA Athletic Trainer and assistant track and field coach Jill Michel with any questions! Looking forward to seeing your athletes in February!
Jill Michel, MS, ATC
Outreach Lead; Sports & Orthopaedic Specialists
(w) 952-946-9777 (c) 612-296-2711