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Jack Reinseth

Jack Reinseth, Distribution Reporter

Jack Reinseth is junior this year at the high school. He has played hockey for ten years now. Jack loves his family and has two dogs and one cat. Jack is a distribution reporter for The Pony Express.

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The team last year has many players who will return this year are hungry to get back to the tourney and finish even better. Pete Hamilton says, “I think this team is as strong as last, maybe even better.”

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November 13, 2016
Stillwater hosts the biggest day of hockey in MN this year. The captains and team are very excited for that day to come it’s a huge honor and a once in a lifetime experience.  Cates says, “Hockey day will not only be exciting for the team, but also for the city of Stillwater.”

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November 13, 2016
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This is a picture of the state hockey tournament. Manning says, “There’s definitely unfinished business from last year, having lost our second and third games in the tourney. We expected a lot more last year, but all the more reason to work harder to make sure that doesn’t happen again.”

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November 13, 2016
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Picture of Noah Cates who was the assistant captain, but is now one of the captains grinding for the puck. Noah is willing to do anything to win the tourney this year. Cates says,

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November 13, 2016
Photo By Jack Reinseth - Picture of the new turf fields. With the new turf fields it allows us to always be able to use it no matter the weather. Michael said

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October 13, 2016
Picture of one of the turf fields. There has been no problems with the turf fields and everything is looking up. Michael said,

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October 13, 2016
Panoramic of the practice fields. The turf gives anyone the ability to go up to the high school to practice their abilities or just to have some fun. Fernandez said, “My friends and I use the turf every weekend to play some backyard football. We always know that there is a great source that always has great conditions at our disposal. With the turf it allows me and the guys just to go have some fun.”

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October 13, 2016
Lay out of the big field. This will help the players play to the best of their abilities. Yeary said “I think the turf makes a positive impact on the players. In my opinion it's a lot better than grass because it's easier to maintain, it's nicer to play on, and when it rains it's not muddy the next day, which no player likes to play in.”

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October 13, 2016
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