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Royals Advance to State!


Boys Lacrosse Advance to State

Congratulations to the Royals Boys Lacrosse Team for advancing to the State Tournament. They won the section championship over St. Thomas Academy 10-6 on Thursday, June 9 in the 3A section final. In the exciting semi final game, the Royals took the lead in the middle of the fourth quarter over Eagan winning 12-9. 

The Royals received the 5 seed in the tournament and will play the 4 seed Stillwater at Stillwater Area High School at 3 PM on Tuesday, June 14. The seeding is done by the teams that advance to the state. The Royals beat Stillwater 8-7 in conference play in mid May.  

The games for the state tournament will be played at Stillwater Area HS and Roseville Area HS.  You can view the brackets below. Today we received information from the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) regarding potential scheduling changes due to the predicted heat tomorrow. If the heat and humidity surpass the guidelines for play, the game would be suspended for 30 minutes. Games will not start after 10:30 PM and could be postponed until Wednesday morning.  Any changes to the schedule  will be posted on the SEC Calendar

The MSHSL asked that we share the following bullet points with our families and community members attending the games. 

  • Artificial noise makers are not allowed at MSHSL State Tournament games. Example cow bells.

  • All children middle school aged and below must be accompanied by an adult. Please do not drop off middle school aged children at the games especially noting that the game time could change due to the heat. 

  • No spectators are allowed on the field. 

Spectator Guide

Brackets

Tickets - must be purchased online for all sessions. It is strongly encouraged to purchase the tickets in advance instead of at the gate.

Ticket Prices - 11.50 Adults (18+, no senior discount) , $7.50 Students/Youth

  • Student = Grades K - 12

  • Non-school-age children are admitted free at general admission events only. (Boys Class AA Hockey, and Boys and Girls Swimming and Diving are reserved seating events; therefore, everyone must have a ticket except children who have not yet had their second birthday.)

  • No Senior Citizen Discounts

Online Streaming - Prep Spotlight will have streaming of all games for pay per view. 

 

GO ROYALS!!!



Live Stream the Varsity Game!

Link goes to PrepSpotLight.TV. For 5/26, scroll to "Boys Lacrosse Minnehaha vs Woodbury" to watch the game.

Live Stream the JV Game!

Link goes to WHS Activities YouTube page. Once there, you will see the game streaming with the title “Woodbury Boys Lacrosse JV vs. OPPONENT,” and the red lettering “LIVE.” Click on the image and watch our players remotely! Scoreboard featured in bottom left corner of screen.


2022 WHS Boys' Varsity Lacrosse


2022 VARSITY TEAM

1st Row (L to R): Marco Salas, Joey Velte, Chris Fotopoulos, Tony Klett, Noah Schueller, Brylee Kulesa, Logan Burns, Mason Rudin
2nd Row (L to R): Coach Derek Shurson, Marshal Myers-Beck, Jackson Miller, Conor Hooley, Colin Olson, Mike Hall, Jack Henry, Charlie Jacobson, Coach Jack Velte
3rd Row (L to R): Coach Billy Roberts, Quinlan Toelke, Mason Pelke, Aidan Zuehlke, Brecken Worwa, Sam Hoff, Evan Hermann, Quinn Olson, Coach Jason Worwa
Not pictured: Coaches - Coach Tom Thone, Coach Pat Donaghy; Team Managers - Nate Benson, Frannie Uliano, Jack Seaton

2022 JV TEAM

1st row (L to R): Will MacDonald, Ryan Zimmerman, Min Ka, Michael Pietruszewski, Isaac Reginek, Jake Rome, Jack Vasterling, Liam Tate-Ellis
2nd row (L to R): Ambrose Washburn, Vincent Hunt, Carter Nelson, Aiden Huseboe, Sumner Becker, Ryan Baker, Nolan Hall, Max Henry
3rd row (L to R): Coach Matt Potter, Ethan Francois, Sean Polaski, Evan Erdman, Sam Sanchez, Andrew Sorensen, Cole Ryan, Quinn Nielsen, Coach Martin Mitsch
Not pictured: Coach Tom Thone, Coach Pat Donaghy

Jason Worwa

Head Coach

Phone: 651-248-8199

Purpose Statement

I want to provide an environment for my team and players that is positive and fun, from there, I know that my players will work hard, learn and ultimately find success on the playing field and will be better prepared to take on the challenges that life presents to them.


Jennifer Henry

WHS Boys Lacrosse Booster Club