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Brackets can be found here. Your team's tier and location below:

Team Tier Location Bracket
Stillwater G3 Black Tier 1 Hope Fieldhouse     Bracket
Stillwater G4 Black Tier 4 Osseo High School Bracket
Stillwater G4 Red Tier 4 Osseo High School Bracket
Stillwater G5 Black Tier 3 Champlin Park HS Bracket
Stillwater G5 Red Tier 8 Park Cottage Grove HS Bracket
Stillwater G6 Black Tier 2 Champlin Park HS Bracket
Stillwater G6 Red Tier 3 Lakeville South HS Bracket
Stillwater G6 White Tier 7 Farmington HS Bracket
Stillwater G7 Black Tier 2 Prior Lake HS Bracket
Stillwater G7 White Tier 7 Park Cottage Grove HS Bracket
Stillwater G8 Black Tier 2 Rogers HS Bracket
Stillwater G8 Red Tier 4 Fridley HS Bracket


Stillwater 3 on 3

Summer Shot Club Challenge Status - FINAL!!

Name Grade Shots Made Minutes Dribbled
Lydia Shanks 6th 14392 3723
Rhyley VerBout 7th 12800 1710
Chloe Oian 6th 10445 805
Kendall Rutkowski 6th 10028 935
Kaila Hannigan 6th 5809 800
Elin Hendrickson 5th 5215 1110
Lauren Dennison 6th 5100 2200
Elin Skilling 6th 5005 870

8th Red wins Eagan!!!

What a weekend for 2027 Red! First up was Mendota Heights and was about as evenly balanced game as a fan could hope for. 13 lead changes and overtime wasn't enough, this game went to SUDDEN DEATH OT! With 2 minutes left, Red held a 6-point lead when Mendota converted on a free throw and then hit a 2-pointer. With 10 seconds left, they hit a 3-pointer to tie and Red's half-court shot fell short. In the first OT round, neither team scored and with the buzzer, it was on to sudden death. Taking the tipoff and running down the court to secure the win, the shot was missed. That was followed up by not 1, not 2, not 3, but 5 offensive boards and with the 5th, Emma Kaske drained the put back for the win!

Next up was Waconia who lost their first game by 10. Despite that, they played Red tough with 5 lead changes and a 1-point lead going into halftime. That's when Red decided the game was theirs. Coming out of the half, Stillwater went on an 11-0 run taking advantage of fastbreak opportunities and staking a 10-point lead. Scoring from that point went back and forth, but the damage had been done and the Ponies walked away with the win, 29-17.

The final game featured 2-0 Stillwater vs. 2-0 Eden Prairie for the championship. In the first 5 minutes, each team tried to get a sense of how the other played and the game was knotted up at 6-6. That's when Red pounced and they finished the first half on another 11-0 run, going into the break, up 17-6. Katie Lunan opened scoring in the 2nd half with 3 straight baskets and our Ponies never looked back, cruising to a 28-13 win and taking home the 1st place hardware!

Standouts included Katie Lunan, Mackenzie Zrust and Emma Kaske. Way to go, ladies!

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It’s time for the Stillwater Girls Basketball Summer Challenge!

Stillwater Girls Basketball is once again challenging all players to track their shots made over the summer.


  • Track your shots made and minutes dribbled each day on the attached form.
  • 10,000 shots made may sound like a lot, but if you start right away it’s only 100 shots per day If you track for 100 days.
  • Players achieving the 5,000 shots made milestone receive a t-shirt and recognition at a varsity girls basketball game.
  • Players achieving the 10,000 shots made milestone will receive an additional prize.
  • The challenge runs from June 7 – September 25. (We threw in a couple extra days this summer)
  • This contest is open to any girls grade 3-8 (based on Fall 2022 school year).
  • Camps and games played count. Ask your coach or parent to help you approximate shots/minutes for these based on the camp or event.
  • No registration required we just ask you reply back that your player is interested.


  • Shots taken should be "game type" or "game speed" shots
  • Take shots off the dribble, ball/pump fake - and really focus on using good form
  • Make sure to include layups (more layups for the younger ages), free throws, and a variety of shots.
  • Have fun with this and encourage your teammates to participate!
  • An average of 100 shots per day will get you to 10K! (50 shots/day = 5,000)


Check out this video for an example of great shooting form!


  • You can print the details from here.
  • This is the form to use when recording your shots and minutes dribbling.
  • Here is a sample workout to get 100 shots in daily.

New COVID Guidelines from the MYAS

The MYAS has released new COVID guidelines that we as a member organization have been asked to follow. Please read through as soon as possible. Contact Allison Peper if you have any questions.

MYAS COVID Guidelines

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