Our girls had a heck of a tournament this weekend. They lost their first game in pool play by 2 to Osseo-Maple Grove, but stormed back to take the second with an 8-point victory over Woodbury. That was enough in a VERY close pool to put them on top and into the championship game. Stillwater hangs on with a thrilling 3-point win over nearby Hudson to claim the top prize. Way to stay after it, Ladies!
Our girls blew out the city of Lakeville with wins over Lakeville North and Lakeville South this weekend to earn a trip to the championship game for the second tournament in a row. Unfortunately, they faced a stingy Woodbury defense and came up short, 12-19. It was still a great weekend of basketball. Great job again, 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!
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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."