Rogers winter season wrapups listed
Rogers season awards and statistics for girls basketball, boys basketball, boys hockey, girls hockey, wrestling and dance team.
Rogers basketball, girls
Maria Loughlin picked up her third all-conference award and was joined by Jordyn Motter on the honor list for Rogers, a 15-15 team that went to the state tournament. Loughlin had 825 points, 300 rebounds, 193 assists and a 71.4 free throw percentage in 89 career games.
Team record — 6-10 conference, 15-15 overall, section champions
Team awards and leaders — All-conference: Maria Loughlin (sr G), Jordyn Motter (jr F) … Honorable mention: Emily Reichert (jr G) … Royal Award: Shelby Beach (sr G) … Hustle: Reichert … Team player: Morgan Edstrom (sr F) … Defensive stopper: Beach … Most improved: Courtney McClay (so F) … Practice player: Motter … Captains: Beach, Loughlin, Reichert … Points per game: Motter 10.4, Reichert 907, Loughlin 9.6 … Rebounds per game: Edstrom 5.7 … Assists per game: Loughlin 3.4 … Steals per game: Reichert 2.6 …. FG shooting: Megan Dobberstein .443 … FT shooting: Motter .745
Rogers hockey, boys
The conference champion and section runner-up Rogers hockey team had six all-conference picks, five of them juniors, including scoring leader Bryan Jungles, who was named team MVP. Others were senior Chad Miller and juniors Neal Smith, Zach Hnath, Jake Eilarson, and Robby Vukelich.
Team record — 11-0 conference, 18-9-1 overall
Team awards and leaders — All-conference: Chad Miller (sr F), Neal Smith (jr F), Bryan Jungles (jr F), Zach Hnath (jr F), Jake Einarson (jr D), Robby Vukelich (jr G) … Honorable mention: Zach Svoboda (sr D), Phil Ballard (sr D), Nick Polsfuss (sr F), Keaton Mumm (jr G), Matt Weber (jr D), Andrew Smith (jr F) … MVP: Jungles …. Red Liner award: Jungles, Hnath …. Blue Liner award: Einarson … Most improved: A. Smith, David Miller … Rookie of the year: Parker Veith … Warrior award: N. Smith, Svoboda …. Hobey Naker (character): Miller …. Scoring leaders: Jungles 14 goals, 24 assists, 38 points; Miller 13-19-32, Hnath 13-15-28, N. Smith 11-16-27, A. Smith 14-11-25, Polsfuss 5-15-20, Einarson 4-13-17 …. Goaltending: Vukelich 9-4-1, .920 save percentage; Mumm 8-4-0, .922 save percentage
Rogers dance team
The conference champion and state-qualifying Rogers Dance Team had four all-conference picks including Arista Metz, who was named team MVP. Others were Natalie Gannon, Tolu Odunusi and Haley Von Bank.
Team record — 1st in conference, 2nd in section jazz and kick, went to state
All-conference — Natalie Gannon (sr), Arista Metz (jr), Tolu Odunusi (jr), Haley Von Bank (jr) … Honorable mention: Jenny Dybdahl (sr), Jennifer Johnson (sr), Nandu Ganesh (jr), Kayla Felber (so) …. MVP: Metz … Most spirited: Ganesh … Most improved: Kalli Larrabee … Rookie of the year: Jackie Dietl
Philip Anderson was Royals MVP with a 25-10 record and was one of three freshmen all-conference along with Kyle Ysteboe and Connor Larson
Team record – 2-5 conference, 5-9 overall
Team awards and leaders – MVP: Philip Anderson (fr, 112) …. All-conference: Anderson, Kyle Ysteboe (f, 103), Connor Larson (fr, 119) … Honorable mention: Kyle Swanson (so, 140) … State qualifier: Swanson … MVP: Anderson … Most improved: Tyler Eicher (fr, 140) … Rookie of the year: Larson… Most falls: Anderson 13 … Coaches Award: Michael Voorhees (jr, 145) … Next year’s captains: Voorhees, Clay LeVasseur (injured this year) … Twenty-or-more wins: Anderson 25-10, Swanson 23-18, Ysteboe 20-7, Larson 20-13
Rogers basketball, boys
Trevor Morlock got the Most Outstanding Player award for Rogers and made all-conference along with Rory Donovan and RJ Dean. It was the second honor for Morlock and Donovan. Donovan was top scorer (15.6) and set a career record of 102 blocked shots.
Team record – 12-4 conference, 19-9 overall
Team awards and leaders – All-conference: Trevor Morlock (sr G), Rory Donovan (sr F), RJ Dean (sr G) …. Honorable mention: Trevor Berkley (sr G), Michael Schreiber (jr C) … Most Outstanding Player: Morlock … Top defender: Dean … Most improved: Berkley … Mr. Hustle: Jack Anderson … Royal award: Morlock … Points per game: Donovan 15.4, Morlock 12.1, Schreiber 11.9, Dean 9-2 … Rebounds per game: Morlock 8.9, Schreiber 6.8, Donovan 6.4, Berkley 4.5 … Assists per game: Dean 5.4 … Team records set: Schrieber .595 FG percentage (131-220), Donovan 23 straight FTs , Donovan .731 career percentage (180-246), Donovan blocked shots in a game (6), season (57) and career (102), Dean assists in a game (13 vs Totino-Grace) and season (150), Dean 73 steals, team rebounds in a season (1058) and game (52), and team blocked shots in a season (134) … Career stats: Morlock 2nd in career rebounds (503), 4th in steals (90), 5th in 3FG pct (.510) and 5th in assists (194)
Rogers hockey, girls
Nikki Erickson, Rogers all-time scoring leader, picked up her third all-conference honor, with freshman goalie Michelle Klimstra also on the list. Erickson had 12 goals this year, and 44 career goals and 63 assists for 107 points.
Team record – 4-8 conference, 11-14-1 overall
Team awards and leaders – All-conference: Nikki Erickson (sr F), Michelle Klimstra (fr G) … Honorable mention: Kelsey Johnston (jr D), Becca Leshovsky (jr G), Tori Noland (jr D), Emily Antony (8th F) … MVP offense: Erickson … MVP defense: Johnson … Most improved: Leah Benson (so D) … Top rookie: Kassie Scherling (fr D) …. Miss Hustle: Antony … Miss Royal: Alicia Nelson (jr F) … Spirit: Nelson … Hobey Baker: Johnson … Scoring: Erickson 12 goals, 14 assists, 26 points; Antony 12-10-22, Madison Lehn 12-3-15, Nelson 7-6 13 …. Goaltending: Klimstra 6-6-1 record, .922 save pct., 1.96 goals-against; Leshovsky 4-8-1 record, .927 save pct, 2.66 goals-against