A review of the past week in Providence Academy Athletics.

Fall registration is open through Monday, June 10:

It’s time for students in grades 5-12 to register for fall sports! Registration runs through Monday, June 10. The first round of team Fall Flash stores will open on or around Monday, June 17.

Below is the list of opportunities available for students. To register, simply visit the athletic registration homepage, click “Athletic Team Registration,” select “Middle School” or “High School” and follow the prompts.

If you have any questions, contact the Assistant Athletic Director Sarah Melhorn at sarah.melhorn@providenceacademy.org or 763-258-5530. Go, Lions!

High School Activities
Football 9-12
Boys Soccer 9-12
Girls Soccer 9-12
Cross Country 7-12
Girls Tennis 7-12
Girls Swimming and Diving 7-12
Volleyball 9-12
Spirit Squad Girls grades 8-12

Middle School Activities
TackleBar Football 5-8
Boys Soccer 5-8
Girls Soccer 5-8
Cross Country 5-6
Volleyball 5-8

Track and Field:
On Thursday, May 30, the Providence Academy Track and Field team competed very well in the first day of the Section 4A Track and Field meet. The first day mostly serves as a preliminary round of competition for most events. Many of the athletes were able to advance to the final round of competition, which will be held on Saturday, June 1, at Macalester College.

Some of the events on Thursday were final events in which athletes were able to qualify for MSHSL State competition. Congratulations to senior Aaron Davis for qualifying for state competition in the boys triple jump.  Aaron jumped a distance of 43-05.25, placing second in the event. Aaron also set a new school record, breaking his own record of 42-07. Junior Maddie Kelly also earned her place in state competition in the girls 3200m Run. At the Section meet, Maddie ran the event in a time of 11:27.93.

Coach Hohenecker shares, “We all look forward to the second day of Section competition, as the team tries to advance more athletes to the Minnesota State Track and Field meet.  Saturday’s section competition will be held at Macalester College and will begin with field events starting at 10:00 a.m.

Follow @PA_trackNfield ‏to stay up to date with everything Providence Track and Field.

Baseball:
The Lions are 17-5 on the season.

On Tuesday, May 28 the Lions beat Maple Lake High School 2-1 in a well-played game on both sides. Senior Will Reschenberg dominated on the mound throwing all 7 innings and not allowing an earned run. He added 8 strikeouts. Senior Hunter Kehl had the only multi-hit game. Senior Max Anderson provided the go ahead run on a double to left center field.

On Wednesday, May 29, the Lions battled Holy Family Catholic High School and ended up on the losing end of the battle, 5-4. Senior Bradley Koskie took the loss on the mound in relief. Senior Zach Giesler had two hits and two RBI’s on the day, but it wasn’t enough.

On Thursday, May 30, the Lions bounced back against Southwest Christian High School, topping the Stars 11-1 in 5 innings. Anderson took the win scattering 4 hits and not allowing an earned run. Senior Sam Ferreira had 3 hits on the afternoon. Giesler had two hits with 3 RBI’s.

Coach Koch shares, “These guys have been competing hard and have been getting hot at the right time. There have been some fun games down the stretch here, and hopefully we can keep it rolling”.

Next up: The Lions will travel to Glencoe again Monday, June 3, for a 4:30p.m. elimination contest against the Irish of Maple Lake High School.

Follow @Baseball_PA_ ‏to stay up to date with everything Providence Baseball.

Complete stats may be found on the MN Baseball Hub page.

Boys Golf:
The Lions started Section 5AA play on Thursday, May 30, at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Becker, MN. The boys team finished in tenth place with junior Aaron Kim leading the Lions with a score of 86. This concluded the season for the boys golf team.

Next up: Aaron Kim will advance to Monday’s final round as an individual with hopes of punching his ticket to the MSHSL State Tournament.
 
Follow @PA_Boys_Golf ‏  ‏to stay up to date with everything Providence Boys Golf.

Girls Golf:
The Lions started Section 5AA play on Thursday, May 30, at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Becker, MN. The Lions are atop the leaderboard after the first round holding a 9-stroke lead over defending champions Annandale High School!

Eighth grader Grace Petzold shot an 86, good for second place after the first round. Complete details for day one of the Section 5AA tournament may be found here.

Next up: The Lions conclude Section 5AA play Monday, June 3, at Pebble Creek Golf Course in Becker, MN. First tee time is 8:57 a.m.

Follow @PA_Girls_Golf ‏ to stay up to date with everything Providence Girls Golf.
 
Boys Tennis:
Friday, May 24, the Lions participated in the Section 2A individual play at Reed-Sweatt Tennis Center in Minneapolis. Players involved in this tournament were: in singles, freshman Peyton Menzel and junior Shane Flanigan; in doubles, seniors Mark Richelsen and Daniel Caballero along with sophomore Will Landwehr and freshman Henry Wehmann.

Richelsen and Caballero earned the fourth seed and a first round bye. The boys defeated the doubles team from Mound Westonka to advance to the semifinals on Monday, May 27, when they faced the number one seed from St. Peter. In a close and competitive semifinal match, Richelsen and Caballero fell 5-7, 5-7 to conclude their season.

Follow @PA_Tennis_  ‏to stay up to date with everything Providence Tennis.
 
Boys Lacrosse:
The Boys Lacrosse team has completed their season with a record of 7-5.

Thursday, May 30, the Lions started Section 5 play against The Blake School and lost to the Bears 17-3 to conclude their season.

Follow @PALacrosseMN ‏to stay up to date with everything Providence Boys Lacrosse.

Summer Youth Boys Lacrosse Opportunity:
The Lions Lacrosse Boosters are excited to offer this opportunity to all of our students starting in Kindergarten (2031) up to grade 8 (2023). All teams will have a team manager and two experienced coaches. All practices, clinics and games will take place at Providence Academy. There will be no Friday through Monday commitment, to free that time up for families:

  • This program is for brand new and experienced players.
  • If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at: PALacrosseBoosters@gmail.com.
  • You can also visit our site to register at: org. look under the Youth Tab.

Details:

  • One-hour practices on Tuesday and Thursday starting June 11 – August 1 after 5 pm for 10U – 14U.
  • 8U will have scheduled clinics/games/practice on Wednesday’s only – one day a week.
  • Games/Clinics on Wednesdays after 5 pm.
  • Pricing is $225.00 per player.
  • Game reversible penny is included.
  • Deadline for sign up is June 7.

Girls Lacrosse:
The Girls Lacrosse team has completed their season with a record of 5-8.

Tuesday, May 28, the White Hawks started Section 5 play against the Delano/RockfordCo-op and lost to the Tigers 14-8 to conclude their season.

Follow @MWHSglax ‏to stay up to date with everything Providence Girls Lacrosse.

Boys Soccer News:
New boys soccer program head, Lev Buslovich, will hold two informational meetings with students and parents on Tuesday, June 4. The Lower and Middle School family meeting will be in the Great Room from 3:30p.m. – 4:30p.m. The Upper School meeting will be in the Great Room from 6:00p.m. – 7:00p.m.

The meeting is designed to introduce the new coaching staff to the Providence Academy community and to discuss training opportunities for individuals that are interested in the game of soccer. Coach Buslovich’s contact information is boys.soccer@providenceacademy.org.

Attention Boys Basketball Players: Providence Team Skills Camp: Grades 7-12:
Camp Director: Arriel McDonald
Camp Coaches: Chris Miller and Jake Wachholz

Monday, June 17 – Thursday, June 20: GYM A – 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m.
Monday, July 8 – Thursday, July 11: GYM A – 1:00p.m.-5:00p.m.

  • Both Camp Sessions $450
  • Single Camp Session $300
  • Lunch and Camp T-shirt will be provided

Registration can be found here.

Remember to follow @PAcademyATH@PA_MSathletics@PALionsAD, and @ProvidenceLions for the most current updates regarding Providence Academy Athletics.

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