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WELCOME from the President On behalf of the whole Hill-Murray Community we welcome you to todays athletic event and the celebration over 61 years of Excellence. I grew up only blocks from Aldrich Arena and have enjoyed skating here as a youngster, playing games as a student, and watching great rivalries as an adult but now see that it is the tradition of excellence and character that is our legacy. We are proud of our Academic excellence at Hill-Murray and the preparation and commitment all student athletes make to developing themselves as leaders with moral character which will last long after the final whistle has blown. I hope you will join us in celebrating ALL of the players and their commitment to success along with the parents, families and community members who support them in their journey. Go PIONEERS!

James Hansen, '73 | President, Hill-Murray School

WELCOME from the Athletic Director Welcome to Hill-Murray and Aldrich Arena. We are blessed that our students participate in a historic facility that has been the site of many incredible Minnesota hockey moments. Thank you for supporting our players, coaches, and students as they represent Hill-Murray. High School athletics is a special experience for our students and we thank all the volunteers and officials that allow our Pioneers to compete. Welcome to Hill-Murray and enjoy the game! Go Pioneers!

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Dear friends of the HMGH community, Well, it is hockey time! On behalf of the entire coaching staff and the players, we thank all of our families, friends, and sponsors for their support and commitment for the upcoming 2019-2020 season! We will start by introducing a couple of new coaches joining our staff. HMGH is excited to announce that 2012 alum, Hannah Brandt, will be joining our coaching staff as a Varsity Assistant Coach. Hannah is a former Ms. Hockey, a 3-time National Champion with U of MN, a champion as a pro player with the MN Whitecaps, and an Olympic Gold medalist with Team USA. As an active national team player and being employed by the MN Wild doing community appearances, her time with us will depend on her schedule. We are fortunate to have Hannah any day she can come! “The HMGH program was an incredible experience for me, and I’m excited to be back. I’m hoping to help the current student-athletes have that same amazing experience that I had as a Pioneer. I can’t wait to get to know the team, and I hope to make a positive impact on the players both on and off the ice.” Welcome, Hannah! HMGH is also excited to announce that Cole Chapman has been named Head JV Coach. Cole is in his second year of teaching middle school math at Hill-Murray. He also helps coordinate and directs our leadership W.E.B. program. W.E.B. (Where Everybody Belongs) is a group of 10th and 11th graders who help our middle school students adjust to life at Hill-Murray. Cole has played high school hockey, junior hockey and still plays with his buddies in the local men’s leagues. “I cannot wait to instill my passion, values, life lessons, and experiences that this great game has taught me for many years onto the next generation of players. Go Pios!” Welcome, Cole! Doug Long, our JV Head Coach the past four seasons, will now be an Assistant Coach with the Varsity and continue as our program’s Goalie Coach. This is Doug’s 30th year coaching, and his input and experience are invaluable to the players and the coaches. Jenny Magill, a 2012 alum and HMGH teammate with Hannah, will continue as JV Assistant Coach. This will be Jenny’s 4th season with us, and she is in charge of the defensemen. Jenny was part of the first HMGH team to reach the state tournament in 2011. She attended Hamline University, where she was a 4-year letter winner in hockey. And that leaves us! Together, we enter our 13th season with HMGH. We love the start of another season, with new players facing new challenges. Helping guide the kids through hopefully another successful hockey season takes a lot of patience, passion, a great staff, and the love and support from our own families. Our staff considers it a privilege to coach our players. They are fantastic kids who are willing to learn and put forth the effort to experience a successful season. As coaches, we also consider their accomplishments in the classroom and in their communities as another piece of the puzzle of a successful season and why they are great examples of what makes Hill-Murray such a special school. Enjoy the season, and thank you for your support! Coach Caes and Coach Schaf

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HISTORY & HIGHLIGHTS In 1994, the MSHSL took a leap of faith by voting to become the first state high school association in the country to sanction girls’ ice hockey as a varsity sport. On February 24, 1995 with the eyes of the nation on them, the puck was dropped in the first ever State High School Girl’s Tournament in the country held at Aldrich Arena. The four-team tournament was won by Apple Valley 2-0 versus South St. Paul to become the first state girl’s high school hockey champion. It was just the beginning of bigger things to come for the future of girls’ hockey.

MS. GOALIE 2004 - EMILY BROOKSHAW Senior, Emily Brookshaw, won the prestigious Ms. Goalie award in 2004. Presented by Let’s Play Hockey, Ms. Goalie is the ultimate honor as a goaltender and also represents academic excellence, a commitment to community service and sportsmanship. Emily went on to play at Bemidji State University.

1995-96

A tradition of hockey excellence is built over time. Already with a long, storied history on the boy’s hockey side, the Hill-Murray girl’s hockey program began their journey down that icy road for the first time in the 1995-1996 season. To quote the H-M '96 yearbook about their inaugural season: “It’s not a worn path we travel on as we move forward, but one we have to create as we go along.” Starting during the 1996-1997 season, a Junior Varsity team was added.

2000-01

2006-07 “Making History” was the headline in the yearbook from 2007 and history was made as the lady Pioneers won their first ever Conference Championship and set a precedent as HMGH has now won 11 Conference Championships in a row!

2010-11

During the 2000-2001 season, the Pioneers enjoyed their first winning season in a big way by going 12-6-5. The core values of the program and a talented group of coaches and players elevated the team to a ranking of 6th in the state after going on an eight game winning streak.

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Hill-Murray girls hockey goes to state for the first time in school history! HMGH beats Roseville 4-3 before a full house at Aldrich Arena to advance to the 2011 State Tournament where they placed 4th. The experience would prove to be valuable in the years to come! Hannah Brandt becomes the first Pioneer to be a member of the USA National Team participating on the U-18 team in Sweden


HANNAH BRANDT - MS. HOCKEY 2012 Hannah Brandt is the first HMGH player to be named MS. Hockey! Hannah finished an amazing career as a Pioneer with an astding 192 goals, 142 assists and 334 points over her five seasons with HMGH. Hannah continued her career at the University of MN and has a LONG list of accomplishments including, multiple National Championships, All-American honors for athletics and academics, USA National Team member and current Olympian to list a few! 2013

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A “3-peat” was definitely in reach, especially after a remarkable regular season where the Pioneers were undefeated with a record of 24-0-1 heading into the semifinal game of the State Tournament against Maple Grove. The team played their hearts out but lost a heartbreaker 1-0. In a true testament to that team’s character and our program’s, the Pioneers came back the next morning and beat Edina to capture the 3rd place trophy and a record of 29-1-1.

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After an amazing run in the 2013 State Tournament and a 2nd2014 place finish, the girls already had it in their minds that CLASS AA STATE CHAMPIONS KAPOSIA CLASSIC CHAMPIONS • CLASSICto SUBURBAN CHAMPIONS 4AA CHAMPIONS “next year we are going win it!” before• SECTION we even got back #1 Leah Patrick #11 Becca Zarembinski #27 Lindsey Featherstone to school. The “One Team…One Dream” motto started that #2 Taylor Lambert #12 Mekenzie Steffen #31 Mari Johnson 26-3-1 #3 Laura Anderson #13 Samantha Boyer Mgr: Haley LaValle summer camp and carried us through another successful #4 Taylor Wemple #15 Rachel Herzog Coaches: #5 Jessica Bonfe #17 Gretta Steigauf Bill Schafhauser “ONE TEAM... #6 Jac Kaasa #18 Katethe Smith girls did Caesare season and indeed winEngstrom the first girl’s state #7 Sarah Bobrowski #19 Kenzie Prater Jake Bobrowski ONE DREAM” #8 Kennedy Houge #20the Meganhistory Toninato Elliott Hogue championship in of the program by defeating #9 Brittney Anderson #21 Lexi Klein #10 Haylee Blinkhorn #22 Abigail Boreen Benilde-St. Margaret’s in the final by a score of 5-3 and a record of 26-3-1.

STATE CHAMPIONS 2014-15

Back to back State Championships- are you kidding? No, the 14-15 team carried on where they left off from the previous season on a mission to win it all again. Relying on experience and the team character that we are known for, the Pioneers battled hard and defeated Minnetonka in the final by a score of 2-1 for their 2nd consecutive State Championship and a record of 25-5.

2017-18 Sometimes you just have to keep your head down, work hard and persevere. That was the storyline of the 2017-18 season. The players were challenged the entire season experiencing injuries and stretches of sickness, which required everyone to step up to the challenge. No surprise, the girls did persevere and won a 12th consecutive conference championship and a 6th consecutive Section 4AA Championship. Playing their best game of the year against a highly regarded White Bear team in the section final, the Pioneers prevailed 4-1 to earn another trip to the state tourney. Even though state did not go our way the Pioneers once again experienced an incredibly successful season finishing with a 24-6 record.

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? CASEY (KNAJDEK) HENDRICKSON, '09 A highly decorated hockey and softball player at HillMurray, Casey was also dedicated to her academics and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She continued her education and hockey career at UConn and again was a standout athlete and student there, earning

National Scholar Athlete and Unsung Hero awards. Casey graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Allied Health Science and furthered her education earning a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the College of St. Scholastica. She lives on an 80 acre hobby farm with her husband and infant son; currently working as a Registered nurse in the Pediatric Intensive Care

KIRSTIN PETERSON, ‘07 Earning many honors including all conference, rookie of the year and captain while at Hill-Murray. She went onto play college hockey at Gustavus Adolphus College and continued to earn many more acknowledgements as well as being name All-American 3 years in a row. Kirstin majored in Health Fitness with a minor in coaching and eventually earning a Doctorate

in Physical Therapy from St. Kate’s. Since graduating from Gustavus she became a part time coach for the Gusties hockey program. She currently works at the Courage Kenny Rehabilitations Institute in New Ulm. Her advice to all: Always work hard on and off the ice, if you’re not consistently applying yourself, you’re selling your team and yourself short.

NICKI (DOLD) DEL CASTILLO ‘01 Not only did she lead her high school team as a two-year captain, Nicki was also the first Hill-Murray girls hockey player to go on to play Division 1 college hockey. Nicki earned a scholarship to play at St Cloud State University where she graduated with a BES degree. She also completed a Master’s program in Sports Management. Nicki currently 8 | HILL-MURRAY GIRLS HOCKEY

works at ATS International as an Accounts Manager in St. Cloud. She lives there with her husband and 2 kids (8 and 5). Nicki's message to all: The Christian values that we were taught have carried me through all of these years and I am still proud to say I played hockey for Hill-Murray. Always remember that “You can do all things through Christ who gives you strength.” Philippians 4:13

Unit in Duluth. Her advice to all: Success does not happen overnight, be someone that others will look up to on and off the ice.


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Our Digs For the past 13 years, Harding Arena has been the primary practice rink for the HMGH program. Prior to that, the girls bounced around various east metro arenas lugging their bags from rink to rink. In 2015, through the generosity of supporters of HMGH, our locker room for the Varsity team at Harding was updated with new stalls, lighting, flooring and a whole new vibe where the players love to hang out! (And to stay warm because Harding gets really cold and makes the players skate really fast!) We are fortunate to play our home games at the storied Aldrich Arena where the first MN State Girls Hockey Tournament was held in 1995. Aldrich Arena, also the home of Hill-Murray’s extremely successful boy's program, is one of the best rinks in the Twin Cities to watch a hockey game. With the addition of the boy's locker rooms being constructed in 2014, trophy cases were also added and between the boys and the girls programs the cawses are rapidly filling up and are a testament to the efforts of the many players and coaches from the past and present that truly represent the tradition of Pioneer Hockey.

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Meet the 2019-2020 COACHING STAFF BILL SCHAFHAUSER Co-Head Varsity Coach YEARS COACHING:

22 AT H-M: 13 Hill-Murray, ‘80

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED:

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HIGHLIGHTS:

Soccer, Hockey, Tennis. 2 x State Hockey Tournament Participant COLLEGE ATTENDED:

Northern Michigan University, ‘84

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HIGHLIGHTS:

4 yr. letter winner, 3 yr. Captain, Frozen Four '81, MVP '84, Best Defenseman '82 & '84, 2nd Team All-CCHA '84, 2nd Team All-American '84, Drafted by Chicago Blackhawks '81,

USA Jr. National Team '82, NMU Hall of Fame '08

11 years as player; 3 yrs AHL, IHL, 1 yr Italy, 7 yrs Switzerland, Team USA Spengler Cup Champions '88, 1 yr Amateur Scout Colorado Avalanche '07, 2 yrs. Advisor/Scout Newport Sports Management '11-'12 CURRENTLY: 13th yr as Director of Facilities at H-M FAMILY/OTHER INTERESTS: Love family time! (Wife Tamara, sons Mitchell & Harrison) fishing, reading and walking my two dogs- Sutton & Harley. PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY CAREER:

CAESARE ENGSTROM Co-Head Varsity Coach

13 AT H-M: 13 HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED: Chisago Lakes, ‘00 YEARS COACHING:

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HIGHLIGHTS:

Cross Country: 6x letter and multiple all conference and hon. mention awards; Track: 5x letter, multiple all conference and hon. mention awards (100, 200, 400, high jump and sprint relays), multiple state appearance (100, 200, relays, high jump), State High Jump Champ ’00; current record holder in 200 and 4x2 relay; Hockey: 4x letter, all conference and all state awards, 2x team captain, 4x MVP and other offensive awards. Recently inducted into CLHS Hall of Fame. COLLEGE ATTENDED Bemidji State University ‘04 ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HIGHLIGHTS:

Track: 4x letter, 3x NSIC heptathlon champion, multiple all conference and hon. mention awards in high jump, sprint relays, heptathlon, javelin, current school record holder in heptathlon and 4x2 relay, 2x NSIC athlete of the week, 2x NCAA Champ meet 22 | HILL-MURRAY GIRLS HOCKEY

participant. Hockey: 3x letter, among top lists of career records and single season records for BSU in most goals, power play goals, game winning goals, shorthanded goals, points and goals by a freshman, consecutive goal scoring streak. BSU Athlete of the Year ’04. PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY CAREER:

MN Whitecaps ’06-‘10 CURRENTLY: Stay-at-home-mom with future plans to go back to teaching Phys Ed. FAMILY/OTHER INTERESTS: Husband: Mark, children: Kinlee, Kessler, Kyffer. We enjoy many weekends at the cabin during the summer months as well as many other activities throughout the year. I enjoy growing a garden, read, mow the lawn (rider of course) and since I can never just sit, I always have some sort of project to work on. I continue to play on an A1 women’s hockey league through WHAM and will soon be helping to coach my kiddos as they enter the hockey ranks.


DOUG LONG

JV Head Coach and Varsity/JV Goalie Coach

YEARS COACHING:

30 AT H-M: 5

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED:

Mpls. Southwest, ‘85

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HIGHLIGHTS:

Hockey (3 yrs. JV and 1 yr. Varsity) Baseball (3 yrs. Varsity, Captain as a senior) COLLEGE ATTENDED/DEGREE:

College of St. Scholastica ‘89

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HIGHLIGHTS:

4 years Varsity Hockey (4 yrs. Academic All-Conference team, Assistant Captain as a senior), 2 years Varsity Baseball (National Small College World Series Participant as senior) COACHING CAREER: Assistant Coach at The Blake School (3 yrs.), Assistant, Stillwater Bantam A (2 yrs. and qualified for 2 state tournament teams), JV coach, Stillwater HS. Boys (2 yrs.), Head coach Stillwater Girls (1 yr., Qualified for State

Tournament & Section 4 Coach of the Year), Head Coach, Stillwater Boys (7 yrs.), Goalie Coach, White Bear Lake Boys (5 yrs., State Tournament Consolation Champs), First Boys Head Coach, East Ridge (5 yrs.), Goalie Coach, White Bear Lake Boys (1 yr.), Head JV and Varsity Assistant, Hill-Murray Girls (2 yrs., Qualified for State Tournament both years), Goalie Coach at Minnesota Hockey’s Dave Peterson Advanced Goalie Camp (9 yrs.) CURRENTLY: 26th year as a Biology and Human Anatomy/Physiology Teacher, Stillwater H.S. FAMILY/OTHER INTERESTS: Wife Jill (’85 H-M grad), daughter Saydie ('11 H-M Grad and Hockey Player), son Sam ('17 H-M Grad and Golfer). Enjoys golfing, fishing, board games, cabin time, gardening

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Assistant JV Coach YEARS COACHING:

5 AT H-M: 4 Hill-Murray, ‘12

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED:

ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HIGHLIGHTS:

Tennis, Lacrosse, Hockey – 1 State hockey appearance, All Conference ’11, ’12, Herb Brooks Award winner ’12 COLLEGE ATTENDED/DEGREE:

Hamline University, ‘16

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4 yr. letter winner, 2 yr. Captain, All Conference Honorable Mention ’14, ’15 PROFESSION/CAREER: Staff Accountant at Magill Accounting & Tax OTHER INTERESTS: Cabin time with the family, spending time with nieces and nephews, wakeboarding, fishing, and golf

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Meet the 2019-2020 COACHING STAFF COLE CHAPMAN JV Head Coach

Cole Chapman is currently in his second year of teaching at Hill-Murray as a middle school math teacher. He also helps coordinate and run the leadership WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) team at HillMurray. Cole first learned how to skate when he was four years old and played competitively for about 16 years. He attended Henry Sibley High School, where he was an Assistant Captain and then went on to play junior hockey for one year in the NAHL/NA3HL.

“I am beyond excited to begin my coaching career here at Hill-Murray, especially around the sport that I have learned so much from. Hockey is one of a few things that I have been most passionate about my entire life. I cannot wait to instill my passion, values, life lessons, and experiences that this great game has taught me for many years onto the next generation of players. Go Pios!”

HANNAH BRANDT Varsity Assistant Coach

Hannah Brandt will be an Assistant Varsity Coach for the Pioneers. She is a former Ms. Hockey (’12), 3 time All-American, 3 time National Champion with the Gophers and a Gold Medalist with Team USA (’18). Hannah continues to be an active Team USA National Team member and works for the MN Wild promoting “Face-Off for Fitness” to local elementary schools. “The HMGH program was an incredible experience for me and I’m excited to be

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back,” Brandt said. “I’m hoping to help the current student-athletes have that same amazing experience that I had as a Pioneer. I can’t wait to get to know the team and I hope to make a positive impact on the players both on and off the ice. I’m really excited to just get the season started and I’m also excited to be back with my high school coaches, Caesare Engstrom and Bill Schafhauser, who made a huge impact on me during my time at Hill-Murray… And of course to win some games!”


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2 019-2 020 SEASON SCHEDULE

Day

Date

Time

Opponent

Location

Sat

11/9

2:30

HMGH vs Stillwater

Aldrich Arena

Tue

11/12

7:30

HMGH vs Holy Family

Aldrich Arena

Thur

11/14

7:30

Mounds View vs HMGH

NSC

Sat

11/16

7:00

HMGH vs Eden Prairie

Aldrich Arena

Tue

11/19

7:15

Breck vs HMGH

Breck Arena

Fri

11/22

7:30

HMGH vs Blake

Aldrich Arena

Tue

11/26

7:30

HMGH vs So. St. Paul

Aldrich Arena

Tue

12/3

7:00

Henry Sibley vs HMGH

WSP Arena

Thur

12/5

7:00

Edina vs HMGH

Braemar Arena

Sat

12/7

2:30

HMGH vs Wayzata

Aldrich Arena

Tue

12/10

7:00

Simley vs HMGH

IGH-CC

Fri

12/13

7:30

HMGH vs Mahtomedi

Aldrich Arena

Tue

12/17

7:00

North/Tartan vs HMGH

Tartan Arena

Sat

12/21

10:30

HMGH Alumni Game

Harding Arena

Mon

12/30

TBD

Herb Brooks Classic

NSC

Tue

12/31

TBD

Herb Brooks Classic

NSC

Wed

1/1

TBD

Herb Brooks Classic

NSC

Sat

1/4

2:30

HMGH vs Elk River

Aldrich Arena

Fri

1/10

7:30

HMGH vs Hastings

Aldrich Arena

Sat

1/11

3:00

Maple Grove vs HMGH

Maple Grove Arena

Fri

1/17

7:30

HMGH vs CDH

Aldrich Arena

Sat

1/18

2:30

HMGH vs Centennial - Senior Night

Aldrich Arena

Thur

1/23

7:00

Farmington vs HMGH

Schmitz-Maki Arena

Sat

1/25

2:30

HMGH vs Blaine

Aldrich Arena

Wed

1/29

7:30

Andover vs HMGH

Andover Arena

Sat

2/1

2:15

Benilde vs HMGH

SLP-CC

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