Bruns leads MBA Storm in 2017-18

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Morris freshman Zach Bruns (left) was a scoring machine for the MBA Storm this season.  He had 37 goals and 52 total points to lead the Storm, who went 7-14-1 during the 2017-18 season.

The MBA boys hockey team had only two wins in 2015-16 and one victory in 2016-17, but the team went 7-14-1 this season and hopes to carry that momentum into an even more successful next year.

The Storm were 7-9-1 at one point late in the season before losing their last five games, including a 7-0 loss to Prairie Centre in the Section 3A preliminary round.  MBA was seeded 10th in the section and Prairie Centre was seeded seventh.  

Still battling for the section title are top-seeded St. Cloud Cathedral, River Lakes, Sartell, which beat Prairie Centre 7-0 in the quarterfinals, and Alexandria.

The Storm, coached by Jeremiah Day and assistant Tony Schultz, will lose only two seniors to graduation from this year’s team -- Hunter Gades and Ashford Swenson.

MBA will also have the benefit of many players from this year’s MBA Bantams team, which placed second at the district tourney and was set to play in the regional tournament, March 2-4 at International Falls....

 

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Pictured: Morris freshman Zach Bruns (left) was a scoring machine for the MBA Storm this season.  He had 37 goals and 52 total points to lead the Storm, who went 7-14-1 during the 2017-18 season.
 

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