Posted On: 12/17/20 3:52 PM

In Lakeville North’s version of a rebuilding year they still won 17 games.  I hope teams took advantage while they could because the Panthers will be contenders again. 

Key Wins in 19-20 (17-11): Totino-Grace, Wayzata, Lakeville South, Rosemount, Shakopee

Oops: Prior Lake, Farmington, Eastview, Shakopee, Lakeville South, Austin

Moving On: The Panthers are known for their prepared, hard working senior talents that rise into their roles and play at a high level.  Last year’s list - Josh KamaraJoshKamara6'0" | PGLakeville North | 2020StateMN (at Ellsworth CC), Noah FrechetteNoahFrechette6'4" | PFLakeville North | 2020StateMN (at USF), Carter PattersonCarterPatterson6'1" | SGLakeville North | 2020StateMN, Nelson Koshiol, and Jordan Wall - have all graduated of coure.  That’s five of last year’s top seven players that need to be replaced.  North has a great mix of returning starters, excellent young underclassmen talent, and new seniors from the JV (with some varsity time too) ready to step in. 

Returning Starters:  The Panthers return all conference 6-foot-4 wing Will BlascziekWillBlascziek6'4" | SGLakeville North | 2021StateMN and honorable mention all league 6-foot-5 forward Cooper LaufenburgerCooperLaufenburger6'5" | SFLakeville North | 2021StateMN from the starting line-up.  Both players are seniors this season coming off a great summer with the Wear Out the Net 17u team.  Will was the Panther leading scorer last season (14 a

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