2018-19 Team Outlook

COACH’S CORNER with Noel Rahn

Effort. The Holy Family hockey players have grown to know the importance of giving their best effort at all times: in the classroom, on the ice, and in the community. I believe the very same. I challenge my hockey teams, my players, to push beyond previously established boundaries, to give their best effort, and to always compete with passion on and off the ice.

Competition. For me, there is no better word to define the 2018-2019 Holy Family hockey season. Since arriving in Victoria eight years ago, the competition and expectations has escalated to higher levels each season. Our schedule has grown markedly tougher, with games against many of Minnesota’s best and most traditional high school hockey powers. The program itself has a grown; this year we have some very talented returners along with some new faces on both teams. As a result, competition against our opponents and competition within the team itself is expected to be fierce.

Growth. Who will rise up to accept these challenges? We had a lot of familiar names that dotted our lineup for the past few years graduate and moved on to new endeavors. Our preseason ranking again is in the top 10 in the state. Our record of improvement every year is unquestioned. A few well-known, players with statewide reputations remain. I expect our players to accept the competition and lead this program to even loftier heights.

And who will set the stage for the years to come? Holy Family has seen its hockey program grow over the years with such a broad-based, high level of talent. The competition amongst these players will be fun to watch as they challenge each other for ice time, battle opponents in big games, and set the stage for the time they will be expected to lead the green and white.

I believe strongly that competition makes all of us better. It makes me better as a coach; it makes my athletes better as players, as students, and as part of the greater Holy Family community. I am continually proud of what our student-athletes have accomplished. They are a group of young men that work hard, wear the Holy Family colors with pride, and always give their best effort. It is my honor to be their coach and I hope you will enjoy their talents as they compete to their very best during the 2018-19 hockey season. 

Varsity Head Coach

Noel Rahn

Noel Rahn grew up playing his youth hockey in Edina where he played 3 years of Varsity hockey (1986-1989).  During his Junior season his Hornets won the Minnesota State High School Hockey Title in 1988.  

Following High School, Rahn went on to play at the University of Wisconsin where he won the National Championship his freshman season. His final two years of WCHA hockey he played for the State Huskies. During that time, Rahn was drafted by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.

After his playing days, Rahn became a player agent with his brother-in-law Brian Lawton who is a former GM of the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League. Rahn's duties as an agent for Lawton Sport and Financial included recruiting and identifying talent at all levels around the world.  During Noel's employment many of the young prospects he represented are currently playing or played in the NHL. Noel was monumental in developing the agency which was later sold to Octagon.

Most recently, as an NHL amateur scout for the Phoenix Coyotes and Minnesota Wild, Rahn focused on scouting prospects in the High School, Major Junior, and College ranks around the world.

Coach Rahn is currently very active in coaching and assisting many of his Boys and Girls AAA teams at the Velocity Hockey Center.  He has coached and developed some outstanding players/teams recently in the "1992", "1996", "1999" and "2002" Boys teams. These teams have won numerous championships at the INVITE levels.  Many of his players have gone on to play Juniors, Division I College or are currently playing Varsity Hockey at a young age.

Noel has a variety of experiences instructing as well as coaching all levels of hockey ranging from youth hockey to High School Hockey to College Hockey all the way to the NHL.  In the year of 2006 he led his Eden Prairie Peewee “A” team to the 2006 State Tournament Title with a 55-2 record.

Currently Coach Rahn is the Head Varsity High School Boys Coach at Holy Family Catholic School.  In 8 seasons at Holy Family he has posted an impressive 150-55-6 record.  Holy Family currently plays AA Hockey and is in Section 2AA. His teams have been consistently ranked in the top 10 the past 5 seasons.

Varsity Assistant Coach 

Dave Shute

Coach Shute was raised on the ponds and parks in Richfield Mn. That’s where he fell in love with hockey. His Highlight of youth hockey was definitely winning the Bantam A state championship in 1986 with his friends he still has today!! Played for the Richfield H.S.Spartans 87-89. Also moonlighted with the USA select 16,17,18 teams .

After HS he went to the WHL Major jr A in Canada playing for the Medicine Hat Tigers which is a storied franchise in Canada’s hockey history playing for the Memorial Cup which is Canada’s ultimate trophy before the Stanley Cup. Unfortunately was one of the last cuts on the USA 1992 Olympic team, he says he should’ve made the team!!

Drafted in 89 by Pittsburgh Penguins and played a handful of pre season games with Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr , Paul Coffey etc ,,and coach Badger Bob Johnson and GM Scotty Bowman with the Pens. Needless to say I learned a lot from all those legends! Then went on to have a 12 year career around the world playing hockey in over 10 different countries in leagues or tournaments. Shooters worldwide experience , fun outgoing attitude and love of the game will benefit the Holy Family Fire!!!!

He also has his own Shuter’s Xplosive Skating training company helping players get to the top! He has coached and instructed all ages and gender for over 25 years. Do you know what time it is??   The time of your life!!

JV Head Coach

Darrell Lindemann

Darrell Lindemann has been involved with all facets of hockey since he started playing youth hockey in Crystal, MN.  He was on the Varsity hockey team at Cooper High School beginning in 9th grade and played High School baseball as a 9th grader as well. 

Following high school, he played a short time in the USHL Junior “A” League before retiring from hockey and completed his degree at Mankato State University.  Darrell spent many years as a Level 4 hockey referee officiating youth to high school level games.  He enjoys sharing his knowledge and passion for the game and is a great communicator with the players. 

Darrell specializes in proper skating technique, edge work and over speed skating with all ages of players and trains players in the summer to get quicker and faster for the upcoming hockey season.  He has been a youth hockey coach for 10 years and is the Boys Director for the Minnetonka Youth Hockey Association and also on their Hockey Development Committee.  He encourages passion for the game, creating lifetime memories, playing as a team and teaching players respect for their teammates is an important part of developing student athletes. 

If Darrell’s not coaching hockey, baseball or a girls softball team, he enjoys time with his wife Julie and son Gavin (14yrs old) and daughter Jaiden (11 yrs old).

Varsity Goalie Coach

Ryan Ess

Coach Ess has been a devoted student of the goaltender position since 1987, working with many goalie coaches throughout his career and most notably spending 10 summers with hockey legend Vladislav Tratiak. Ryan played high school hockey in Minnesota at The Academy of the Holy Angels from 1996-2000, spending two seasons at the varsity level. During his time at Holy Angels he compiled a 25-4 record with a 1.43 career GAA and nine shutouts. In his junior season alone, he maintained a .83 GAA during a 11-1 campaign. Within that same season he was named Hockey Minnesota Player of the Week by WCCO for capturing six consecutive shutouts and was also a participant in the MSHSL Tournament.

Following his successful high school career, Ryan played Junior A hockey in the AWHL for Great Falls, Montana and Minot, North Dakota where he put up a GAA of 2.44 and had four shutouts in over 40 games played. Additionally, Ryan played Division III hockey at St. Mary’s University. In 50 games played he averaged 2.94 GAA, which currently still leads all goalies who have played more than 10 games for the Cardinals. In his time at St. Mary’s, Ryan collected four MIAC Player of the week awards and started every game during his senior year. Ryan currently coaches students in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Iowa, and Europe.

2018-19 Fire Schedule

2018-2019 Holy Family Hockey Schedule
Nov. 23 vs Edina                 5:00 & 7:00pm

Nov. 24 vs Wayzata             5:00 & 7:00pm
Dec. 1 vs Blake                   1:00 & 3:00pm
Dec. 6 @ Hutchinson         5:00 & 7:00pm 
Dec. 8 vs St. Thomas          1:00 & 3:00pm
Dec. 14 vs Greenway          5:00 & 7:00pm
Dec. 15 @ Delano              12:00 & 2:00pm
Dec. 18 @ Orono                 5:00 & 7:00pm
Dec. 20 vs Northfield          5:00 & 7:00pm
Dec. 27 @ SLP BSM        12:00 & 2:00pm
Dec. 28 @ SLP Lakeville  12:00 & 2:00pm
Dec. 29 @ SLP Wayzata    12:00 &2:00pm
Jan. 5 vs Grand Rapids      5:00 & 7:00pm
Jan. 8  @ Litchfield             5:00 & 7:00pm
Jan. 10 vs Waconia             5:00 & 7:00pm
Jan. 12 vs Blaine (TRIA)     5:00 & 7:00pm
Jan. 17 @ Mound                5:00 & 7:00pm
Jan. 22 vs New Prague       1:00 & 3:00pm
Jan. 24 vs Orono                 5:00 & 7:00pm
Jan. 26 @ Cretin                  1:00 & 3:00pm
Feb. 5 vs STMA                   5:00 & 7:00pm
Feb. 7 @ Prior Lake            5:00 & 7:00pm
Feb. 9 vs Duluth (U of M)    5:00 & 7:00pm
Feb. 12 vs St. Cloud            5:00 & 7:00pm
Feb. 16 vs Stillwater           1:00 & 3:00pm

Hockey Philosophy

The Holy Family Hockey Program's main focus is to build quality people through Ice Hockey and Academics.

The athletes are challenged with high expectations in a structured environment, which lets the athlete explore their own creativity.

Academics are strongly reinforced and must be kept at a high level before the athlete competes on the ice.

Through this process an individual with strong moral fiber, a quality work-ethic and the ability to lead is introduced into the community. 

How We Coach

  • Puck possession is the main focus. Avoid dump and chase at all costs.
  • Player creativity within the team concept is stressed at all times.
  • Players are held accountable for all 3 zones, especially the Defensive Zone.
  • Players are allowed to make mistakes and are given positive feedback.
  • Video sessions are addressed with the team and individuals throughout the season.
  • Forwards, Defensemen and Goalies each have a specific coach. Coaches split up multiple times in practice to work on position specific skills each week.
  • Players are challenged with high expectations and are encouraged to set lofty, but attainable goals.
  • Coaches and the program promote players to go on to the next levels of hockey; NAHL, USHL, Division III and Division I, etc.
  • The Holy Family program puts the athlete and the program first and foremost, always.

Season Planning

The High School schedule is different on many different levels from the youth associations. Practices play a huge part in the development and preparation for our 25 game season. 

Games can fall on any day of the week. This means practices need to planned and organized ahead of time in such a way that gives our players the best chance to succeed as an individual and most importantly as a team. We do this with the following tools and techniques. 

  • Using pre determined practice plans that we customize and build on FlexxCoach that allows players to see plans BEFORE practice.
  • Monitor player Strength, Conditioning and Body Composition throughout the season.
  • Monitor players class schedule and grades DAILY to make sure players are on track to succeed in the classroom.
  • Determining on and off Ice plan based off school and game schedule that week.

Film Sessions

We believe game and practice footage is essential to the development of our players in todays game. Our goal is to make a professional level of video teaching points available to our players at all times. The Crossover Video Platform allows us to do the following. 

  1. Provide player access to every game 24/7
  2. Give detailed oriented advice directly on the footage via drawing tools/breakdowns
  3. Focus in on smaller groups ex. Forwards, Defense, Goalie, Power Play, Penalty Kill. 
  4. Send footage to Junior, College, and NHL Scouts. 

Summer Training Program

Registration Link: https://login.ezfacility.com/OnlineRegistrations/Register.aspx?CompanyID=162&GroupID=252210

Dates: June 10th-July 26th         On Ice
Dates: June 3rd-August 16th      Off Ice

June 3rd Lifts  3:00-4:00pm and 4:15-5:15pm
June 5th Lifts  3:00-4:00pm and 4:15-5:15pm
June 7th Lifts  3:00-4:00pm and 4:15-5:15pm

Group #1 Ice Times starting June 10th:  Monday & Wednesday from 9:45-11:00am & Friday's 8:15-9:15am

Group #1 Off Ice Times starting June 10th Monday & Wednesday 11:20-12:20pm & Friday's 10:00-11:00am

Group #2 Ice Times starting June 10th Monday's & Wednesday 11:15-12:30pm & Friday's 9:30-10:30am

Group #2 Off Ice Times starting June 10th Monday & Wednesday 12:45-1:45pm & Friday's 11:00-12:00pm

Our summer training program uses the latest science and advanced methods in hockey training to improve Strength, Speed & Power. Our athletes are monitored in strength, speed, and power tests to provide individualized programs and feedback on training progression. 

The Summer Training Program is our second block of off-season training and focuses on increasing Maximal Strength. We break this block up into specific 2 week cycles that teach the body to absorb force therefore allowing it to produce higher forces in return. This allows the body and muscles to be more reactive and makes the body more resilient to the stresses experienced on ice.

These comprehensive 1 hour workouts are specifically designed for our hockey players. The first part of the workout focuses on movement which includes a dynamic warm up, mobility and speed development. The second part of the workout is dedicated to strength training with plyometrics, conditioning and recovery. 

Velocity Training Center

Our ownership of Velocity Hockey Center means we have a state of the art training facility that is conveniently located at Braemar Arena in Edina. Filled with all the tools any athlete needs to continue to grow as a hockey player and further enhance their ability to achieve their hockey goals.

Our top of line training staff will work closely with all our Holy Family players from the day they enroll into our school.  Training will be available 12 months a year on a daily basis for any players who wants to train. 

The facility also has a Stick-handling area, Shooting zone area and Skating Treadmill.  All of these areas are included in the training and will be accessible to all players 12 months a year.

Program Highlights:

  • Professional Strength Coaches
  • Elite Training Facility with the best & latest equipment.
  • Sessions will take place on Monday, Wednesday & Friday.
  • Speed & Agility Sessions on Tuesday and Thursday's
  • Focus on Speed, Power, Injury Prevention and Hockey Specific Energy Systems.
  • Additional services available: Reflexive Performance Reset, Functional Movement Screening, Prehab and Rehab protocols, Body Fat Testing, Hormonal Analysis, Nutritional Guidance.

Fall Captains Practice

2018 Fall Strength Training 

The Holy Family Fire will start there captain's practice the 2nd week of September.  This program will be 11 weeks long.  Players will start the first 3 weeks with just strength and conditioning. The training sessions will be on all Monday's, Wednesday and Friday at the Velocity Training Center in Edina after school. 

The On Ice sessions will start the ladder part of September.  All skating sessions will be held at the Victoria Ice Arena in Victoria across the street from the High School. Players will skate on ALL Tuesday's and Thursday's after school from 3:00pm to 4:15pm. We will have an elite coach running all these sessions to prepare the kids for the upcoming tryouts through skills, systems and tactics practices as well as conditioning.

The Fall strength program is our third block of off-season training and thus focuses on power and speed. The weights become lighter and more explosive as we want to increase the rate of force development. This will allow the athlete to maximize their speed heading into the season.

These comprehensive 1 hour workouts are specifically designed for our hockey players. The first part of the workout focuses on movement which includes a dynamic warm up, mobility and speed development. The second part of the workout is dedicated to strength training with plyometrics, conditioning and recovery. 

In-Season Training

The Holy Family Fire hockey In-Season Strength and Conditioning Program is one of the most utilized tools in our hockey season. Workouts alternate between a strength focus and a power/speed focus.

There are three major reasons why our players are required to participate in our in season program at Holy Family.

Strength & Speed Maintenance:
Maintaining strength levels is essential to athletes performing at a high level year-round as well as In-Season. The maintained strength allows the athlete to produce optimal forces on the ice and maintain skating efficiency. Significant decreases in strength and speed can happen in as little as 7 days.

Injury Prevention:
Keeping a high level of strength also acts as an injury prevention measure. The higher the strength levels in an athlete the higher the ability to absorb and re-distribute shock and stress effectively. At some point every hockey player will deal with a situation where they could get injured. Injuries come down to how well prepared and how their bodies handle those situations

Stress Maintenance and Recovery:
Stress is accumulated in school, practices, games, and daily life. High stress levels can significantly interfere with the body’s physiological systems and lead to poor performance and even injury. The ability to manage these stresses will have a profound impact on your ability to perform optimally. Our in-season program includes recovery methods to counteract the accumulated stress of the season and keep the athlete healthy and functioning at a high level.

Spring Training

Gain the Advantage over your Competition

Our spring training program is our first block of off-season training and focuses on work Capacity. During this block our main goal is to improve the amount of training and athlete can perform, recover from and positively adapt to. This lays the cornerstone for long term training success as it improves fitness levels and will allow more intense training throughout the off-season.

These comprehensive 1 hour workouts are specifically designed for our hockey players. The first part of the workout focuses on movement which includes a dynamic warm up, mobility, speed development,  and plyometrics. The second part of the workout is dedicated to strength training, conditioning and recovery.

Periodized Training

Dryland training programs can vary greatly between our High School aged players, however we try to keep the same training philosophy and goals.

We emphasize a comprehensive off-season training program at Holy Family that is designed to increase the Strength, Speed & Power of each athlete while also increasing their mobility and reduce sport injuries. Our strength and conditioning coaches design our program based on the principle of periodization. Periodization is the systematic planning of training to reach the best possible performance in the most important time of the year. Training is planned to improve all of our players overall strength, speed, and mobility to allow them to become complete athletes and perform through the rigors of the hockey season.

Many of our players will inherently have strength and weaknesses within their physiological make up. Some muscles will be stronger than others, some will be more mobile and some will be faster. Through an athletic evaluation we can determine these strengths and weaknesses and prescribe a progressive training program that will address these muscle imbalances through strengthening with correct exercise techniques to help maximize their physical potential.  All of this is done prior to coming to play at HF.

Block 1: Work Capacity

Block 2: Strength

Block 3: Power and Speed

Block 4: In-Season


Dan Meinz

Dan previously worked as a Strength and Conditioning Fellow Coach for Olympic Sports at the University of Michigan. During his time in Ann Arbor he oversaw the training for the Michigan men's and women's track and field team, served as an assistant with men's lacrosse and women's basketball, and assisted with many other Olympic sports. Prior to this, he worked as a Sports Performance Trainer.  While there, he directed the Summer Pro Training Camp featuring players from the NHL, AHL, ECHL, and European leagues and trained youth athletes from high school down to squirts in strength, speed, and agility.

Dan has additional strength and conditioning experience at the University of Minnesota, assisting with men's and women's hockey, Minnesota State University, Mankato, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association's (NSCA) Performance Center in Colorado Springs.

Meinz has trained athletes at all levels from professional down to youth. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and active member of the NSCA. He also holds a Level 1 Sport Performance Coach through USA Weightlifting. 

He received his B.A. in Health Fitness from Gustavus Adolphus College, where he played football from 2007-2009, and his M.A. in Exercise Physiology from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2013.

Meinz graduated from St. Cloud Cathedral High School and currently resides in Eden Prairie.

Home Arena

The Holy Family Fire home arena is the Victoria Recreation Center located in Victoria MN.  The rink is .5 miles south of the Holy Family High School Campus. The Varsity and JV Teams play all their games and practices at this arena.

Practice times are as follow:

Varsity 2:45pm-4:15pm on East Rink

JV 2:45pm-3:45pm on West Rink

Game times are 5:00pm & 7:00pm on weekdays and 1:00pm & 3:00pm on weekends.

2018-19  HF  Roster

#1  Lucas Rice
#2  Eric Rinzel
#3  Sawyer Schugel
#4  Danny Reddan
#5  Trey Fechko
#6  Ben Reddan
#8  Noel Rahn   
#10  Charlie Lindberg
#11  Marc Lund
#12  Jacob McPartland
#13  Garrett Pinoniemi
#14  Tommy Agerland
#15  Nikolai Charchenko
#16  Lucas Jorgenson
#17  Cole Wilson
#18  Spencer Lewin
#19  Nick Blood
#20  Michael Spinner
#21  Nick Strand
#22  Gavin Lindemann
#23  Luke Roelofs
#24  Petr Vanvoorhis
#25  Bishop Schugel
#26  Mark Rahn
#27  Tyler Heise
#28  Jaden Anderson
#29  Dylan Halliwill
#30  Jake Caron
#34  Grant Limke
#35  Bailey Huber
#37  Jacob Cameron
#38  Ryder Ferguson
#40  Jack Barth


2018-19 HF Captains

#4  Dan Reddan         

#13  Garrett Pinoniemi         

#15  Nikolai Charchenko

#20  Michael Spinner    

#3 Sawyer Schugel

2018-19 Season: Senior

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'8
Weight:     160lbs

#1 Lucas Rice

2018-19 Season: Freshman

Position:   Goalie
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'6
Weight:     140lbs

#4 Danny Reddan

2018-19 Season: Senior 

Position:   Defense 
Shoots:     Right
Height:      6-1
Weight:     180 

  • 3 Year Varsity Player
  • Captain  

#5 Trey Fechko

2018-19 Season: 9th Grade

Position:   Forward 
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5-8
Weight:     155 

  • Committed to Arizona State
  • USA Select 15 National Camp Selection
  • USA Select 16 National Camp Selection 

#6 Ben Reddan

2018-19 Season: Sophomore

Position:   Forward 
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5-9
Weight:     150 

#8 Noel Rahn

2018-19 Year: Sophomore

Position:   Defense
Shoots:     Right
Height:      6'4
Weight:     155

#10 Chuck Lindberg

2018-19 Year: Sophomore

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'5
Weight:     145

#11 Marc Lund

2018-19 Season: Sophomore

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      6'0
Weight:     155

#12 Jacob McPartland

2018-19 Year: Sophomore

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'7
Weight:     145

#13 Garrett Pinoniemi

2018-19 Season: Junior

Position:   Forward 
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'10
Weight:     155

  • Committed to Minnesota
  • Captain
  • 1st Round Draft Pick USHL Green Bay Gamblers
  • National Camp Participant for Select 15's,16's & 17 Selection
  • All Conference Selection 2017, 2018 & 2019


#14 Tommy Agerland

2018-19 Season: 8th Grade

Position:   Forward 
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5-11
Weight:     145


#15 Nikolai Charchenko

2018-19 Season: Senior

Position:   Defense 
Shoots:     Left 
Height:      6-3
Weight:     195

  • National Camp 17's & 18 Selection
  • USHL Futures Draft Pick Green Bay Gamblers
  • Tendered with Minot of NAHL

#16 Lucas Jorgenson

2018-19 Season: Junior

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      6'3
Weight:     180

  • Minnesota Elite League Member
  • 2019 All Conference Selection
  • Select 18 Team Member

#17 Cole Wilson

2018-19 Season: Senior

Position:   Forward 
Shoots:     Left 
Height:      5'11
Weight:     180

#18 Spencer Lewin

2018-19 Year: Sophomore

Position:   Defensemen
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'11
Weight:     170

#19 Nick Blood

2018-19 Year: Freshmen

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'8
Weight:     160

#20 Michael Spinner

2018-19 Season: Senior

Position:   Defense 
Shoots:     Left
Height:      6-0
Weight:     185 

  • 2017 USA National Camp Invitee
  • 2017 & 2018 Mn High School Elite League
  • 2019 All Conference Selection
  • Drafted by Kenai River in 3rd Round NAHL


#21 Nick Strand

2018-19 Season: Sophomore

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'9
Weight:     160 

#22 Gavin Lindemann

2018-19 Season: Junior

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'8
Weight:     160

#23 Luke Roelofs

2018-19 Year: Sophomore

Position:   Defense
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'11
Weight:     170

#24 Petr Vanvoorhis

2018-19 Year: Sophomore

Position:   Defensemen
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'10
Weight:     160

#25 Bishop Schugel

2018-19 Year: Sophomore

Position:   Defensemen
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'9
Weight:     160

#26 Mark Rahn

2018-19 Year: Freshmen

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'9
Weight:     150

#27 Tyler Heise

2018-19 Year: Freshmen

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'8
Weight:     155

#28 Jaden Anderson

2018-19 Season: Sophomore

Position:   Defensemen
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'11
Weight:     175

#29 Dylan Halliwil

2018-19 Season: Sophomore

Position:   Goaltender
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'8
Weight:     150

#30 Jake Caron

2018-19 Season: Sophomore

Position:   Goaltender
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'9
Weight:     160

#34 Grant Limke

2018-19 Season: Sophomore

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'11
Weight:     160

#35 Bailey  Huber

2018-19 Season:  Senior

Position:   Goalie
Shoots:     Left
Height:      5'9
Weight:     160


#37 Jacob Cameron

2018-19 Year: Freshmen

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'8
Weight:     155

#38 Ryder Ferguson

2018-19 Year: Freshmen

Position:   Forward
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'9
Weight:     155

#40 Jack Barth

2018-19 Year: Freshmen

Position:   Defensemen
Shoots:     Right
Height:      5'8
Weight:     150

Shane Gersich

  • D1 Commitment to North Dakota Sioux.
  • 3rd All-Time leading scorer at Holy Family with 74 goals and 89 assists for 163 points. 
  • 2 year All-Conference Selection
  • 2 Year MN HS Elite League Member.
  • USA Hockey NTDP member
  • USA Hockey Select 15, 16, 17 & 18 Festival National Camp
  • 1st Overall pick in USHL Futures Draft by Omaha Lancers
  • 5th round draft pick in the NHL draft by the Washington Capitals.

Matt Anderson

  • D1 Commitment to UMD Bulldogs.
  • 2017 Mr. Hockey Finalist
  • 2nd All-Time scoring leader as a Defensemen at Holy Family.
  • 2 year All-Conference Selection
  • USA Hockey Select 15, 16 & 17 National Camp member
  • Drafted 2nd overall in the USHL 1st Round Futures Draft by the Green Bay Gamblers.
  • 1st Team All-State Selection in the 2015-16 Season. 

Garrett Pinoniemi


  • Committed to University of Minnesota
  • 1st Round Draft Pick USHL Lincoln Stars
  • National Camp Participant for Select 15's,16's and 17's
  • 2017 All-Conference Selection
  • 2018 All-Conference Selection
  • 2019 All-Conference Selection
  • 2 Time Elite League MN Member 

Jared Moe


  • D1 Commit to the University of Minnesota
  • USA Hockey Select 15 & 16 Festival 
  • MN HS Elite League Selection 
  • All-Conference Selection 2017
  • Drafted 6th Round of USHL Draft by Waterloo Blackhawks.
  • 2017 USHL Top Prospects Game

Ben Almquist

  • D1 Commitment to University of Wisconsin
  • 4 Year Varsity Starter
  • Mr. Hockey Finalist 
  • 2nd Team All-State Selection
  • 1st Team All-Metro Selection
  • 2 Time All-Conference Selection
  • Tri-City Storm (USHL)
  • 2016-17 & 2017-18 Holy Family Leading Scorer.
  • USA High Performance Select 16's, 17's & 18
  • 2016 U18 Blades Team Leading scorer 

Brady Ziemer

  • D1 Commitment to St. Cloud State
  • 4 year of Varsity Player
  • Merritt Centennials BCHL
  • U16 Blades Team
  • 2017 MN Elite League Member
  • 2017 National Camp 17's Participant
  • 2018 3rd Team All State Selection
  • 2018 2nd Team All Metro Team

James Marooney

  • D1 Commitment to Ohio State University
  • Mn Elite League Participant.
  • 2017 All Conference Selection.
  • USHL Waterloo Blackhawks
  • HP 15,16,17 & 18 Selection.
  • HF Captain Sophomore, Junior & Senior Years. 

Will Garin

  • D1 Commitment to Bentley Falcons
  • 2nd All-Time Leading scorer at Holy Family with 88 Goals and 123 Assists for 211 Points.
  • Mr. Hockey Top Ten Finalist in 2015-2016 
  • 3 year All-Conference Selection
  • 3 year MN HS Elite League member.
  • 2nd Team All State Selection in the 2015-16 Season.
  • USA Hockey Select 15, 16 & 17 National Camp Selection
  • Drafted in USHL 1st Round by the USHL Cedar Rapids Roughriders. 

Joe Hankinson


  • D1 Commit to Western Michigan
  • Cedar Rapids USHL
  • 3 Year Varsity Player
  • All Conference Selection
  • 2017-18 Fire Captain 
  • Des Moines Buccaneers Draft Pick
  • MN HS Elite League Member 2016 & 2017
  • U16 Blades Member

Dylan Woolf

  • D1 Commitment to St. Lawrence Saints
  • 2 Year MN HS Elite League Member
  • 3 Time All-Conference Selection
  • 2 year Captain for the Holy Family Fire
  • 3rd All-Time leading Defensemen at Holy Family with 97points.
  • MN Hockey Great 8 Selection
  • NIT Tournament Selection
  • Drafted by the USHL Lincoln Stars

Joey Marooney

  • D1 Commitment to Minnesota Gophers.
  • 142 career points in just 103 games played.
  • Captain for the Holy Family Fire
  • 2 Time All-Conference Selection.
  • 2 Year MN HS Elite League Member.
  • USA Hockey Select 15, 16 & 17 Festival National Camp Selection.
  • Great 8 and NIT Tournament Selection 
  • Cedar Rapids Rough Riders (USHL)

Trey Fechko


  • D1 Commitment to Arizona State
  • 3rd Round Future's USHL Pick Madison Capitals
  • USA Select 15 National Camp Selection
  • USA Select 16 National Camp Selection 

Dayton Rasmussen

  • D1 Commitment to Denver Pioneers.
  • 2 year Varsity at Holy Family.
  • Drafted by the USHL Tri-City Storm.
  • USA Hockey U17 National Team Selection.
  • USA Hockey U18 Hlinka Cup Selection. 
  • USHL Prospects All-Star Game.

Ryan Swanson

  • D1 Commitment to West Point (Army)
  • All Time Leading Defensemen at HF with 135 points in just 103 games.
  • Two time All-Conference Selection.
  • Two year Captain for the Fire.
  • Great 8 Selection & NIT Tournament Selection.
  • USA Hockey Select 17 Selection
  • NIT All-Star Game Selection


Jaxson Stauber

  • D1 Commitment to Mankato State University
  • 2 Year Varsity Player for the Fire
  • 2016 Mn Blades Participant 
  • USA Select 15 & 16 Festival Participant
  • Top 10 goalie for Save% and Wins

John Peterson

  • D3 Commitment to St. Thomas 
  • Holy Family's All-Time leading scorer with 110 Goals and 156 Assists for 256 Points.
  • 11th All-Time in Minnesota State High School History.
  • 3 year All-Conference Selection.
  • 2 year Holy Family Fire Captain.
  • USA Hockey Select 15, 16 & 17 Festival Selection.
  • Great 8 Selection & NIT Tournament Selection.
  • Drafted by the USHL Waterloo Blackhawks.

Brady Reisgraf

  • D1 Commitment to Bemidji State Beavers
  • 72 Points in his career at Holy Family
  • All-Conference Selection
  • 2 Year Captain for the Holy Family
  • Drafted by the USHL Fargo Force

Garrett Riebling

  • D3 Commitment to St. John's University
  • 4 Year Starter at Holy Family
  • 2 Year Captain for the Fire
  • 91 Total points scored in his 4 years.
  • All-Conference Selection Junior & Senior year.

The School

Touching Minds and Hearts

Among the soil-rich rolling hills of the southwest metro sits the welcoming town of Victoria, Minnesota. Within the city’s borders lies an equally welcoming center of educational excellence: Holy Family Catholic High School. Located conveniently near Highway 5, the school serves students in grades 9 through 12 who are particularly motivated by academic achievement, athletic opportunities, the arts, and spiritual growth.

With students highly motivated to succeed, the faculty and staff are committed to developing caring, respectful, and con dent leaders who are critical thinkers and can bear the torch of Christian values in everything they strive to do - now and in the future. During each student’s four-year educational journey, Holy Family provides a nurturing environment in which every student is respected, loved, and treated as family.


Holy Family is Unique

The environment of Holy Family Catholic High School provides a unique high school experience. Holy Family maintains small class sizes to ensure optimal learning and to allow every student to shine based on his or her own gifts. The curriculum is focused and points clearly toward the goal of solid college preparation and academic excellence.

We are a Catholic high school. At the core of the Holy Family Catholic High School experience are Catholic Christian beliefs, values and traditions.

We prepare students for college and for life. Our academic focus is college preparedness, and students are lifted to their greatest potentials in a climate that supports lifelong learning.

We develop Christian leaders with global perspectives. Our Leadership Institute, paired with local, national, and global service opportunities, develops moral and ethical leaders with the skills and experiences needed to make their families, workplaces and world better places.

A Day in the Life

A typical day for students at Holy Family Catholic High School is filled with studies, sports, clubs, prayer, and a strong sense of accomplishment.

Unique to our school, the daily student-led Convocation is a time for the student body, faculty, and staff to gather for prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, and community building activities.

For most students, the day continues well past the last bell through one of our 29 sports, performance opportunities, competitive academic programs such as robotics, Youth in Government, Knowledge Bowl, Math League, or a wide variety (more than 30) of clubs.

Academic requirements


  • No grades lower than a "C"
  • "C" grades are to be given a more focused plan


  • Assignments must be turned in on time.
  • Any outstanding assignments or other work needs to be turned in before the player goes to practice or plays in a game.
  • Practices and games are taken away until academic standards are met. The school offers extra help outside of classes and athletes must take advantage of this aid in order to get their academics up to par.

Parents & Coaches Updates

  • Players and parents are able to see the academic progress online.
  • Coaches are given daily academic updates.

"When the academics are take care of - the stress of school is lifted and the performance on the ice increases."


1. 15% of our student population is not Catholic.

2. Students take theology courses all four years. These are not sacramental prep courses and are accessible to all faith backgrounds. IN fact, senior year, “World Religions” is an option for their course load.

3. Mass or full-school prayer services are celebrated Monthly.

4. Students who are not Catholic participate in Mass and other celebrations, but are not compelled or expected to convert. This is a very comfortable approach.

5. All faith backgrounds are welcome and celebrated here. It isn’t a matter of tolerance – it is acceptance.

6. Faith-based schools provide a moral code that positively impacts student behavior and academic achievement. Visiting HF will demonstrate how this occurs.