News and Announcements
The game originally scheduled at Park Center on Wednesday, October 13 has been cancelled and replaced with a home game against Anoka-Hennepin at 4:15 PM at Armstrong High School. Please contact our coaching staff if you have any questions.
The Robins were victorious in their first adapted soccer game since November 2019, playing extremely well and defeating the Anoka-Hennepin Mustangs. 6-1. Just three minutes into the game, Marcus Brady found the net on a pass by Jose Leon Estrada, but Anoka struck back just 90 seconds later to tie the game at 1. Brady added another goal, as did Ava Hetteen as the Robins took a 3-1 lead into halftime and didn’t look back from there. Estrada scored twice in the second half to go with one more goal from Brady. Brady finished the game with 3 goals. Estrada had 2 goals and 2 assists, while Hetteen had 1 goal and 1 assist. Nick Johnson also notched a point, assisting on Brady’s final goal. Edgar Kinanga and Darius Larson were a solid defensive tandem, combining for 14 blocked shots. Mark Cleveland was fantastic in his first ever game at goalkeeper, making 20 saves.
After a lengthy time away from regular competitions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Robins are back! After all out cancellations during the 2020 floor hockey and softball seasons and training sessions with exhibition games for the duration of the 2020-2021 seasons, we are scheduled to have “normal” practices and regular season games this fall. While there likely will be various protocols to follow and game postponements or cancellations, we’re ready to get back in the gym and get to work! The first day of practice is Wednesday, September 15 at Armstrong.
Due to some facility conflicts at Armstrong, our adapted floor hockey training season schedule has been adjusted a bit. Please make sure you are using version 2 of the schedule, which is attached here. Please reach out to Jonah or Patrick with questions.
The MAAA and MSHSL have jointly decided to replace the 2020-2021 Adapted Floor Hockey regular season with a training season, just like we had during adapted soccer. With COVID-19 ramping up around the state, leaders within both groups felt the best way to keep our athletes and families safe is to eliminate competitions and travel, but still allow teams to gather on their own terms, in small groups for training sessions. At this time, Governor Walz has put all youth sports on hold until mid-December, so the January 4 opening date for floor hockey is still in play. With Gov. Walz set to reevaluate things in mid-December, things certainly could change, so please keep an eye on the team website, Facebook and Twitter in addition to your emails for more information. The tentative training schedule is now available for download. Please reach out to coaches Jonah Pridey and Patrick Dreher with any questions.