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For the past four years, the Shakopee boys basketball team has been building for this season.

This year’s Shakopee’s boys basketball team has high expectations after going 22-6 last year and returning just about everybody from that team.

Many of the seniors on this year’s team have played at the varsity level for the past four seasons.

“We have a very senior heavy group which is exciting as a coach, second-year head coach Jake Dammann said. “You always want as many seniors as you can. They’ve come into the season prepared and competing every day.”

The Sabers return its top three scorers in Charles Katona, Will Cordes and Caleb Druvenga who all averaged more than 10 points per game for the Sabers. They also return seniors Bruce Lockwood, Jr. and Aaron Bosley, who both averaged around six points per game.

“We have a lot of talent and a lot of ability in all of our positions,” Dammann said. “Even our bench, we can go eight, nine, 10 deep and our talent level doesn’t drop. Which is exciting.”

Other players that Dammann expect to get contributions from this season are Nick Katona, Cade McGraw, Jake Schmidt, and Zach Wood.

Katona is the team’s top returning scorer at 16 points per game and will play at the University of Minnesota-Duluth next year.

“(Katona) is our Mr. Everything,” Dammann said. “He leads us in steals, rebounds, and points and he’s really a do it all player. There might be games where we don’t lean on him as much for scoring but we lean on him everyday in practice and everyday in games to be a competitor and be a leader, and set the tone from his leadership and his energy. He knows what it takes to win at a high level, so I will lean on him for his experience and leadership.”

Those seniors give Dammann and the Sabers high hopes that they can accomplish big things this season.

“Expectations are high but we are centered around getting better today and focused on how we can get better today,” Dammann said.

Even with all that talent, winning the South Suburban Conference or the section and qualifying for state won’t be easy as both the conference and section are loaded with the top teams in the state.

Shakopee should be one of those top teams and will probably be ranked in the top-10 in the state when the rankings come out but so will SSC teams like Prior Lake and Eastview.

The section features top ranked teams Eden Prairie and Prior Lake. In addition to solid programs like Edina, Chaska and Minnetonka.

Shakopee will get to see how good they are early on as they open the season with Edina, Wayzata, Hopkins and St. Thomas Academy. Hopkins and Wayzata are expected to be two of the better teams in the state. Edina is always good and St. Thomas will be ranked at Class 3A level.

“It’s exciting. We play tough teams in our non conference, we play tough teams in our conference and we play tough teams in our section and that’s the way I want to have it,” Dammann said. “It challenges our guys to be prepared every single day in practice, to get after it every single day in practice and to improve daily. We want to play the best teams in the state. That helps us measure where we are at. We will really lean on our seniors going into those games and give them the opportunity to be leaders and set the tone for the season.”

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Wil Lutz now stands — and kicks — alone, at least in the Saints’ record books.

The Saints’ ever-reliable kicker broke the Saints’ single-season field goals record with a 47-yarder against the Tennessee Titans that increased his total to 32 on the season.

He entered the Week 16 game against the Titans tied with three players for kicks made in a single season, one being himself and the 31 he made in the 2017 season. The other two names: John Carney (2002) and Morten Andersen (1985).

Lutz set the new record in just 15 games and has done with remarkable efficiency, now having made 88.8% of the 36 field goals he attempted this season. It falls a bit below his career best mark of 93.3% last season when he connected on 28 of 30 field goals attempted.

Lutz’ season includes two game-winning field goals, one in Week 1 against the Texans and another in Week 12 against the Panthers.

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Another member of the New Orleans Saints’ 2019 NFL Draft class landed on injured reserve with safety Saquan Hampton ending his rookie season. It’s unclear what sort of injury Hampton is dealing with. His departure opened a spot on the 53-man roster for veteran cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who the Saints picked up on waivers earlier this week.

Hampton was a sixth-round pick out of Rutgers, and had been frequently inactive this year due to New Orleans’ depth at the position. But when backup safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson exited Monday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts with a concussion, Hampton was forced into the lineup; starting safety Vonn Bell was inactive with a knee injury. In total, Hampton only dressed for five games in 2019, logging 34 snaps on defense and 63 appearances on special teams. He’s been credited with one solo tackle for a loss of yards.

This means three of the Saints’ five draft picks have either finished their rookie season on injured reserve or been released. Linebacker Kaden Elliss, a seventh-round draft pick out of Idaho, went down with an ACL injury back in September. New Orleans’ other late-round pick, tight end Alize Mack, was cut from the practice squad earlier this year. Thankfully, the Saints hit on their first two draft picks (standout center Erik McCoy and Gardner-Johnson) and have built such a deep roster that they can absorb these hits.

As for Jenkins: Saints coach Sean Payton was noncommittal when asked if the veteran would start right away, and he offered a vote of confidence in No. 2 cornerback Eli Apple during his Wednesday conference call. Apple figures to be Jenkins’ top competition for playing time given his recent struggles.

One silver lining here may be that two Saints mainstays — Gardner-Johnson and right guard Larry Warford — each left Monday’s game with serious injuries, but neither of them were lost to injured reserve to make room for Jenkins. Instead, the Saints found something to designate Hampton with (he finished the Colts game with no apparent injuries), which could imply neither Gardner-Johnson nor Warford are expected to miss extended time. But we won’t know for certain until the Saints injury report is published later Wednesday.

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The New Orleans Saints will be without two of their linebackers for Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers.

A.J. Klein and Kiko Alonso are both listed as “OUT” after getting injured in the Thanksgiving night game against the Atlanta Falcons.

Klein had a knee injury, and Alonso injured his thigh. Neither player practiced this week leading up to the pivotal showdown against the 49ers. Both teams are 10-2.

The Saints signed Manti Te’o this week to add depth at the position. Craig Robertson and Stephone Anthony are also notable reserve linebackers.

Robertson played 49defensive snaps last week after Klein and Alonso went out, recording a sack and five tackles.

Fullback Zach Line (knee) and right guard Andrus Peat (forearm) are also listed at “OUT.”

The good news for the Saints is left tackle Terron Armstead is listed as “questionable.” Armstead injured his ankle on Nov. 24 against Carolina and missed last week’s game against the Falcons. He has been limited in practice this week.

Cornerback Patrick Robinson (calf) and guard Will Clapp (elbow) are also “questionable.” Neither practiced on Friday.

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METAIRIE, La. — The New Orleans Saints have ruled out two of their starting linebackers before Sunday’s critical NFC showdown vs. the San Francisco 49ers.

Strongside linebacker A.J Klein (knee) and middle linebacker Kiko Alonso (thigh) were both injured during last Thursday’s win at Atlanta. The timing is especially unfortunate because the 49ers have the NFL’s No. 2-ranked rushing offense at 148.0 yards per game.

And because both teams are 10-2, Sunday’s game could wind up determining the NFC’s top seed and home-field advantage.

The Saints’ run defense, meanwhile, ranks No. 3 in the league, allowing just 88.6 yards per game. They will likely count on veteran backup Craig Robertson as one replacement starter. Backups Stephone Anthony and newly signed Manti Te’o could also help fill the void.

On a positive injury note, the Saints’ standout left tackle Terron Armstead is listed as questionable after he returned to practice on a limited basis all week with his ankle injury. Even if he is not ready to return yet Sunday, it’s a good sign that he will be back soon.

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After going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, Shy Tuttle found a home with the New Orleans Saints. Tuttle has become a key player in the defensive line rotation for the Saints — and he made a massive play on Thanksgiving night against the Falcons.

The former Tennessee Volunteer picked off Matt Ryan, but it was what he did next that people will remember. Tuttle unleashed one of the nastiest stiff arms that you will ever see.

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Here’s another look. What a BRUTAL moment for Matt Ryan.

Looks like we’ve got another case of a former Tennessee player being better on Sunday (Thursday in this case) than he was on Saturday.

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After a four-sack performance on Thanksgiving, New Orleans Saints’ defensive end Cameron Jordan jumped into the NFL’s leader in sacks. At 13.5, Jordan already has a career-high with four games still remaining.

He’s been terrific in his ninth season in the league. The 30-year-old may be playing the best football of his career, and it’s coming at the right time as the team is about to embark on the season’s home stretch.

Jordan isn’t oftentimes noted as one of the league’s best defensive ends. In his third straight season with ten-plus sacks, Jordan has been nominated as an All-Pro just once and as a Pro Bowler four times.

That said, Jordan is disrespected as a top-tier DE in the NFC.

After all, it took him literally setting an NFL record to gain more internet traction than the Bears’ Khalil Mack, who has just 6.5 sacks on the season. Mack has topped Jordan according to Google trends for over five straight months, rating each one by a respective week.

Jordan’s not even a top-two leader in Pro-Bowl voting for defensive ends, as both Bosa brothers top the charts. As for the 49ers’ Nick Bosa, the one in the NFC, he has just 8.0 sacks and 36 combined sacks. Jordan has 13.5 and 44.

The fact that Bosa has more Defensive Player of the Weeks and is talked about more has many thinking he may be the best defensive end in the NFC. He may be, but Jordan certainly needs to be in the conversation.

While he doesn’t have the Mack-like speed, Jordan is just a unique blend of explosiveness and strength. At 6-foot-4, Jordan is an absolute tank and has continued to be a dynamic part of this defense even into his 30s.

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The NFL announced its 2020 Pro Bowl rosters, and seven members of the New Orleans Saints made the initial cut — a franchise record. Mainstays like wide receiver Michael Thomas and quarterback Drew Brees were among them, and were joined by newcomers like rookie returns specialist Deonte Harris. It’s been a heck of a year for the Saints, and all of these Pro Bowlers gathered together are proof it.

However, some glaring absences highlight issues with the archaic Pro Bowl ballot. Left tackles and right tackles are jumbled together into one “offensive tackle” category, which means talented pass-protectors like the Saints’ Ryan Ramczyk are left out altogether. Ramczyk routinely shuts down the league’s best sack artists, but he was overlooked by three left tackles — each of them deserving of their spots, no doubt.

One of the players Ramczyk erased twice this year, Shaquil Barrett, was voted into the Pro Bowl over Saints linebacker Demario Davis. That’s a problem because they play two very different positions, but are treated the same by the ballot’s bad design. Davis is a true outside linebacker who spends his Sundays dropping back into coverage and patrolling the middle of the field; Barrett is a hand-in-the-dirt pass rusher, and his prolific numbers put him ahead of Davis.

Just how poorly designed is the Pro Bowl ballot? Taysom Hill wasn’t even an option, and he’s been one of the NFL’s most electrifying talents this year. The do-it-all quarterback has lined up at fullback, tight end, slot receiver, and filled in on a plethora of special teams roles, scoring six combined touchdowns along the way. But the NFL didn’t even make him eligible for fans to vote into the all-star game, which is a travesty.

Sure, there were other snubs. But they speak more to poor decisions by the voting public than the problems written into the NFL’s ballot. Saints punter Thomas Morstead was overlooked for Washington Redskins specialist Tress Way. Morstead has landed a career-best 51% of his punts inside the opposing 20-yard line this year (25 of 49), whereas Way did so on just 37% of his punts (26 of 70). He’s also committed just one touchback all season, while Way has seen three of his punts roll into the end zone. Somehow, voters chose to reward Way for punting often rather than punting well. Shameful.

Free safeties Budda Baker and Eddie Jackson were each voted into the Pro Bowl, but they’ve combined for one (1) interception and ten pass breakups between the two of them. Compare that to Marcus Williams, who leads the Saints with four interceptions, a number that also leads all safeties in the NFC. He’s credited with 14 total passes defensed on the year so far, too. Whether voters are letting Williams’ mistakes in big moments cloud their judgment or are voting based off of name recognition doesn’t matter; they got this wrong.

Then again, this isn’t the end-all, be-all. Several Saints are likely on the list of alternates to fill in for players who are either injured or uninterested in playing in the Pro Bowl, which will open the door for those snubbed to get some time in the limelight. Don’t be shocked if some of these Saints players who have battled injuries — like left tackle Terron Armstead — choose to sit out and rest up during the offseason.

But as far as that goes, you can ask any of them: they’d rather spend the week in Orlando preparing for this exhibition game getting ready to compete in Super Bowl LIV. At the end of the day, these honorifics are nice to have, but there’s a higher level yet to climb.

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The Saints were without one of their starting guards Wednesday, but they got another one back.

Via Mike Triplett of, Saints left guard Andrus Peat returned to practice Wednesday.

He was limited, but he’s missed the last five weeks with a broken arm, so it’s a start.

His return would be a boost for the Saints since he’s also their backup left tackle, and left tackle Terron Armstead has had problems of his own lately (he was limited Wednesday with an ankle).

The Saints were without right guard Larry Warford, after he was carted off Monday night with a knee injury.

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When a game develops as did the New Orleans Saints’ 34-31 victory over Carolina on Sunday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, with as many twists and turns and peaks and valleys as were navigated, you’re bound to have a slew of players who wielded significant influence.

There were.

The Saints (9-2) widened their lead in the NFC South to four games over the Panthers (5-6) and inched closer to a third consecutive division championship; the team never before had won two straight before last year. And while asserting control, New Orleans didn’t lack for big plays made by key players.

OFFENSE: The easy call here would be quarterback Drew Brees, Father of Game-Winning Drives (not as eye-catching as Mother of Dragons, but you get where I’m coming from). Brees (30 of 39 for 311 yards and three touchdowns, with an interception) directed his 41st game-winning drive since joining New Orleans in 2006 – an 11-play, 65-yarder that culminated in Wil Lutz’s 33-yard field goal as time expired. Almost as easy would be tight end Jared Cook (six catches for 99 yards and a touchdown), who is beginning to exert influence on the offense. We’re getting a full understanding of how impactful he can be. But guard Patrick Omameh came off the bench, stepped in at left tackle for Terron Armstead midway through the first quarter, and the Saints offense didn’t noticeably skip a beat because of the change. That means Omameh came in for an All-Pro, and held up even though he’d probably played more special teams snaps than he’d played on offense this season entering Sunday. Offensive line coach Dan Roushar does a phenomenal job with the players he has, and those players always seem to step up when needed.

DEFENSE: Linebacker Demario Davis doesn’t have many bad days. He makes tackle after tackle, play after play, in traffic or in space. On Sunday, that meant a team-high 11 tackles and a sack on third down (unfortunately, it didn’t get the defense off the field; Cam Jordan’s post-sack personal foul gave the Panthers a first down). It also included a pass defensed and a quarterback hit for Davis, whose level of play seems to continue rising as the season progresses. When he tackles opponents, they stay tackled.

SPECIAL TEAMS: The easy call here would be Lutz. The 33-yarder was his second game-winner this season with time expiring and he now has made seven straight field goals, after an uneven stretch in which he missed three of six. But for Sunday, we’ll go with the Saints’ punt-team gunners, Justin Hardee Sr. and J.T. Gray, because they combined to give New Orleans a bonus possession that resulted in a touchdown. And that touchdown came in handy at the end. Thomas Morstead’s 51-yard punt in the first quarter couldn’t be fielded by Carolina because Hardee was pushing safety Rashaan Gaulden into punt returner DJ Moore. And while Hardee was moving Gaulden, the football bounced and brushed against his right calf. Gray recovered the muff at the Carolina 27 – the Saints had to challenge on the play; officials originally ruled that the Panthers didn’t touch the ball – and four plays later, Brees threw his first touchdown pass of the day, a 13-yarder to Tre’Quan Smith, to give New Orleans a 14-0 lead.