Hill-Murray’s Jacob Olson wins 2015 Reed Larson Award

 

Jacob Olson, a senior defenseman on the Hill-Murray High School boys’ hockey team has been named the winner of the 2015 Reed Larson Award. The award, presented to the top senior boys’ high school hockey defenseman in Minnesota, is based on the following criteria: academics, community/extracurricular activities, citizenship, coachability and, of course, on-ice performance.

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Candidates announced for 2015 Reed Larson Award

Let’s Play Hockey is proud to announce the 18 candidates for the 2015 Reed Larson Award, an annual award presented to the state’s top senior boys’ high school defenseman.

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Candidates announced for 2014 Reed Larson Award

 

In hockey, forwards and goaltenders tend to get the most attention with their gaudy offensive numbers and highlight-reel saves, respectively. Meanwhile, on the blue line are those who play tough defense, guard the front of the net and start the offensive rush up the ice.

Let’s Play Hockey is happy to announce the 18 candidates for the Reed Larson Award, an annual award presented to the state’s top senior boys’ high school defenseman.

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Luc Snuggerud of Eden Prairie named winner of Reed Larson Award

 

Luc Snuggerud, a senior defenseman on the Eden Prairie High School boys’ hockey team has been named the winner of the 2014 Reed Larson Award. The award, presented to the top senior boys’ high school hockey defenseman in Minnesota, is based on the following criteria: academics, community/extracurricular activities, citizenship, coachability and, of course, on-ice performance.

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Jake Bischoff of Grand Rapids named winner of Reed Larson Award

 

Jake Bischoff, a senior defenseman on the Grand Rapids High School boys’ hockey team has been named the winner of the inaugural Reed Larson Award. The award, presented to the top senior boys’ high school hockey defenseman in Minnesota, is based on the following criteria: academics, community/extracurricular activities, citizenship, coachability and, of course, on-ice performance.

Read more: Jake Bischoff of Grand Rapids named winner of Reed Larson Award