Area Notebook: Haley named Class 1A Coach of the YearThe accolades keep rolling in for the Red Wing girls hockey team.
By: R-E Sports Staff, The Republican Eagle
The accolades keep rolling in for the Red Wing girls hockey team.
At the Ms. Hockey awards banquet on Feb. 24, Wingers’ head coach Scott Haley was named Class 1A Coach of the Year of the second time in his career. Paige Haley was runner-up for Ms. Hockey behind Blake’s Dani Cameranesi, and Red Wing was awarded the Section 1 All-Academic Team.
In addition to those awards, Paige Haley, Reagan Haley, Ashley Corcoran and Nicole Schammel each received Class 1A All-State honors.
Area gymnast places fourth
Mackenzie Hughes, a Level 7 gymnast at TAGS Gymnastics in Apple Valley, Minn., finished fourth in the all-around competition at the Twisted Moose Invitational Feb. 23-24 in Minneapolis.
Hughes, of Red Wing, scored a 35.100 in the all-around. She placed third on the vault with a 9.225, her highest score of the competition. Hughes placed ninth on the balance beam with an 8.650 and eighth on the floor exercise with a 9.025.
The TAGS South Level 7 team earned fourth place overall with a score of 109.325.
The team participates today in the Northern Lights Invitational, hosted by Twin City Twisters, at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
advance to finals
Six out the seven Americans qualified for the final day of competition at Red Bull Crashed Ice in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Daniel and Andrew Bergeson will compete in the round of 64 today with Daniel seeded 18th and Andrew is 49th.
Andrew was forced into the elimination rounds after not putting up fast enough time trial runs. but he advanced in heat No. 11.
Andrew is seeded third in his heat in the first round of finals. Daniel is seeded second in his heat at finals.
Team Zubz, consisting of the Bergesons and Naasz took 12th in the Team Challenge.
Crashed Ice Lausanne finals begin today at 11 a.m. Central Time.