Links below for the Woodbury Tournament. Click to see times and places.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This tournament is FREE to enter, so please get every relative, friend, coworker, teacher you can to come cheer on your players!
Time to register for Stillwater 3 on 3! This will run on the following Sundays: March 22, March 29, April 5, April 19 and May 3. Approximate times are 11:00 AM to 6 PM. $260 per team if registered before 2/27/2020 and $275 per team after. For more, click on the links below:
Waiver Form (Print, fill out and sign for every player on team)
This is a great way to keep players active and working on their skills as well as having a lot of fun!
Playing in their first "A" tournament, our girls showed they deserve to be there with a real gutty performance. The Ponies took care of business in their first two games, beating Spring Lake Park and host Mounds View. In the final game, Stillwater found itself down by 12 and battled back before finally falling by 4. Maddie Maslowski had a good tournament, pouring in 16 points in the win over Mounds View. Great job, Ladies!
No easy tournament this weekend! Stillwater opened with a tough game against Wayzata, hanging on for the 3-point win. They then turned around for another battle, this time against Minnetonka, and hung in there for the 2-point win. Host Blaine proved too much in the end, defeating our girls in the championship game. It was still a great job by 6th grade Red. Awesome work, Ladies!
Stillwater came out hitting on all cylinders this past weekend, dominating the competition to bring home the gold. Anoka Ramsey fell first in a 38-4 bruising. Centennial didn't fare much better with our girls pounding out a 29-11 win. In the championship game, Armstrong Cooper did the best against the Ponies, but it wasn't enough as our girls swept them out, 22-15. Outstanding, Ladies!
7th Black became very offensive this weekend, but in good way! Averaging over 45 points a game, Stillwater took care of business against some really good competition. Their easy game was their first, besting Roseville, 43-20. Lakeville South proved tougher as our girls hung on for the win, 41-36. In the final game, our Ponies took it to host Mounds View, 53-34. Claire McGrath did a GREAT job handling the ball through presses and making smart decisions on the court. Luci DeLeon played tough D with her rebounding and steals. Congratulations, Ladies!
Time to get your Stillwater Ponies Love Your Melon hats. Two styles to choose from, both featuring Stillwater's one-of-a-kind logo. You'll also be helping in the fight against cancer as a portion of the sale price of every LYM hat goes towards cancer research.
They make great gifts, too, as these hats can be worn to ANY Pony event, not just Girls basketball. So tell your friends and family and get yours today!
Click here to order. Thank you for your support!
***ONLY 10 Pom hats left but there are many Beanies still up for grabs.
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On Saturday, October 12, the Minnesota State High School Coaches Association annual awards banquet was held at the Sheraton Minneapolis West Hotel in Minnetonka. This banquet, attended by more than 500 high school coaches, families and friends from across the state, recognized the 2019 Hall Of Fame inductees, distinguished service, leadership, and other award winners.
Receiving the 2018-19 Assistant Coach Of The Year Award for Class 4AAAA schools was Stillwater assistant girls basketball coach Dean Stambaugh. Accompanying Coach Dean to the MSHSCA Banquet were his wife, Stacy, Head Coach Willie Taylor, and assistant coaches Sherm Danielson and Dave Belke.
Coach Dean stated. "It's a privilege to be a part of this Stillwater basketball program, and I am honored to be recognized by the Coaches Association in this way."