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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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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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With the NFL season drawing near its close, the New Orleans Saints have the No. 1 or 2 seeds in the NFC in their sights. To earn that first round bye, however, they must first take care of their own business. That means beating the Tennessee Titans and the Carolina Panthers in back-to-back weeks, while also hoping for the Packers to stumble against either the Vikings or Lions.

The Saints face an unexpected test on the road in Tennessee, as Ryan Tannehill has led the Titans to a 6-2 record since taking over in October, including a four-game winning streak that was just snapped last week by the AFC South-leading Texans. Tannehill has completed 71.5 percent of his passes this season for 2,272 yards, and he’s thrown for 17 touchdowns this year versus just six interceptions.

Key to Tannehill’s success has been offensive coordinator Arthur Smith, the Titans’ tight end coach turned OC upon the departure of Matt LaFleur to take over the Packers’ head coaching job after last season. In recent weeks, Smith has incorporated former Ole Miss receiver A.J. Brown. Brown has 110-plus yards in three of his last four games, four of his seven touchdowns have come in that span, and Brown’s ability to take the top off a defense makes him a deep threat and a big component of the Titans’ bend-then-break the defense mentality.

The Titans are not unique in how they want to start a game. They want to run the ball early and often in order to open things up later on. Derrick Henry, who is questionable for Sunday with a hamstring injury, has really come into his own in his fourth year. Henry had rushed for 100-plus yards in four straight games before last week’s contest against the Texans, but he still picked up 86 yards on 21 carries. Henry is a workhorse for the Titans, and he’s been putting up career-best numbers this year.

The Titans’ offensive style is predicated upon staying ahead of the chains. With Henry’s 4.9 yards per carry this year, they’ve been able to do just that. The Saints are fourth in the league against the run, giving up 90.8 yards per game. They’ll need to continue that trend and let the Titans try to beat them through the air, as the best way to beat Drew Brees and the offense is to keep them off the field.

The Titans’ offense is by far at its most dangerous when it’s able to establish the play action. Smith runs a balanced offense, but not balanced in the traditional sense. The Titans want to run as many passing plays out of play action as they do dropbacks. In his past four games, Tannehill is 29 for 36 out of the play action and 44 of 65 while dropping back. In last week’s loss against the Texans, the Titans ran just seven play action passes, versus 29 dropbacks. In the previous three weeks, they ran 29 play action passes against 36 dropbacks.

What is it that makes the Titans so dangerous in play action? Simply put, Tannehill is very effective at freezing defenses and moving the pocket, and his arm is big enough that he can make throws other quarterbacks wouldn’t dare make.

This play doesn’t look like much. A busted rollout off of a play action that turned into a dangerous incompletion. But it illustrates two things:

1.) Even as a rookie, Brown feels comfortable enough breaking off his route and going downfield once he sees the high safety break towards Tannehill.

2.) Tannehill feels perfectly comfortable throwing the ball across the field to Brown if he sees him in single coverage.

Smith clearly takes note of this, and he capitalized on it in the very same game.

It’s worth taking a look at the design of this play.

It’s nothing mind-blowing from Smith, just a little play-action bootleg. However, where it works is by isolating tight end Jonnu Smith against linebacker Tahir Whitehead. The Raiders only have one high safety who, naturally, is going to follow Tannehill on the bootleg. While Smith dekes blocking down low, the safety is drawn towards Corey Davis at the top of the formation. The result of the play ends up being a touchdown, as Tannehill drops it to Smith over Whitehead, who was a step behind the entire play.

Whitehead (and the entire Raider linebacker corps) freezes down low and Smith ends up behind him. However, no matter how open Smith was at the end of the play, this is a ridiculous throw from Tannehill over the top of the defense and he deserves a lot of credit for it. Arthur Smith, meanwhile, deserves credit for recognizing he has a quarterback who can make that throw. All good offensive coordinators know that one play needs to set up another. The incompletion to Brown before this play did just that.

So what does all of this mean for the Saints? Put simply, it means that they need to stay disciplined on defense and keep the Titans behind the sticks. With Kiko Alonso and Vonn Bell ruled out — not to mention C.J. Gardner-Johnson being questionable with an injury — they need immediate contributions from new signees Janoris Jenkins and D.J. Swearinger. Even if Marshon Lattimore ends up shadowing Brown, which he likely won’t, Jenkins may have to cover the likes of Corey Davis (who is also questionable with an ankle injury.

The Saints’ three worst games against the run have been against the Texans (180 yards allowed), 49ers (162 yards allowed), and Falcons (143 yards allowed). They lost the latter two games, and they’re 3-3 when giving up 100 or more yards on the ground. Alonso being out means linebacking duties will likely fall on Demario Davis, A.J. Klein, Craig Robertson and Manti Te’o again. Davis and Klein are strong in coverage, whereas Robertson and Te’o are at their best when they’re able to play downhill.

For the Titans, the triumvirate to look out for will be Tannehill-Henry-Brown. If Henry gets going early, that means Brown is going to get going later.

Erik Harris, who had a brief stint with the Saints, learned the hard way what Brown getting going looks like. Early in the second quarter of Titans-Raiders, the Titans lined up with one running back. A play action froze Harris in the high safety spot, and Brown was able to get behind him after toasting cornerback Daryl Worley for a relatively easy 91-yard touchdown.

Marcus Williams will hopefully be a bit more disciplined back deep, but it isn’t easy against a team like Tennessee. At the end of the day, the Texans were able to beat the Titans by jumping out in front early and forcing the Titans to play from behind, a style they’re clearly not built to play. For the Saints, that may well end up being the best solution to avoid what has the potential to be a very long day defensively.

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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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There aren’t many snubs among Pro Bowl nominations this season. However, with seven selected to the game, the New Orleans Saints may have still been the most snubbed team. Marcus Williams, Demario Davis and Ryan Ramczyk all were not selected to the prestigious game taking place in Orlando, Florida.

Davis, an outside linebacker, may be the most notable snug. Arizona Cardinals’ Chandler Jones, Chicago Bears’ Khalil Mack, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Shaquil Barrett were the three selected with Jones and Mack being named the NFC’s starters.

You can say what you want about Demario Davis, but he deserved to be a Pro Bowler. Davis, on the season, has 98 combined tackles, 77 of which were solo. He also has 11 pass deflections and 3.0 sacks.

He is a premier outside linebacker, and he’s among the best in the league at the position. It’s a shame that a player like Mack was selected over him. In a down year, Mack has 7.5 sacks and 42 combined tackles.

Outside of pure sacks, Davis has been the better player.

The same can be said of Davis vs Barrett. Barrett is one of the league’s premier rushers, but he has done little to limit the opposing team’s pressure over the middle. For Barrett, it’s tough to argue with league-leading 16.5 sacks.

Davis has shown an aptitude at tracking down quick running backs, making quality open-field tackles and rushing the passer. He has done just about everything the Saints have asked him to do, and it still wasn’t enough to top Mack, one of the league’s most notable defensive players.

The voters just aren’t a fan of Davis. Even back in 2017, when he led the league with 97 solo tackles, Davis failed to make the Pro Bowl.

In his second season with the Saints, he continues to improve in both his role and value, being an instrumental part of their 11-3 start.

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The Saints had a longer than usual injury report this week and have five players that are out for Monday night’s contest against the Colts.

LB Kiko Alonso, S Vonn Bell, G Andrus Peat along with CBs Patrick Robinson and Johnson Bademosi will not play. Bademosi is a new addition to the injury report. He mainly contributes on special teams and was listed with a foot injury for the first time on Saturday.

Meanwhile, LT Terron Armstead, DE Cam Jordan, TE Jared Cook, LB A.J. Klein, FB Zach Line and C/G Will Clapp all have no injury designation, which signals they are all good to go. Having Line’s blocking ability back is a big boost for the run game. He’s missed the past 3 games due to an issue with his knee.

Drew Brees remained a full participant at practice. There was some concern after the QB’s name showed up with a right elbow issue on Friday.

“We had to list it, because he has a band on his elbow,” explained head coach Sean Payton. “But, I think he’ll be fine.”

Brees got dinged up on the Saints final scoring drive against the 49ers. He looks to take over another one of Payton Manning’s records as he is 2 TD passes away from tying him for most in league history. New England’s Tom Brady is also in the mix.

Corner Kenny Moore II is the only players out for Indianapolis. CB Pierre Desir and WR T.Y. Hilton are questionable.

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The Saints re-signed offensive lineman Michael Ola on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

They placed tight end Jason Vander Laan on injured reserve in a corresponding move. The Saints added Vander Laan to the injury report Thursday with a head injury.

Ola, 31, played seven games with one start with the Saints in 2018.

He has not had a job this season but has played 39 games with 20 starts in five previous seasons.

Vander Laan signed to the Saints’ practice squad in October as an insurance policy while Jared Cook was out with an ankle injury. He earned a promotion to the 53-player roster Nov. 25.

Vander Laan played in two games with one start. He returned one kickoff for 8 yards.

Vander Laan played 21 offensive snaps and 21 on special teams the past two weeks.

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NEW ORLEANS — The left side of the New Orleans Saints’ offensive line took another hit Sunday when standout left tackle Terron Armstead left the game with an ankle injury in the first quarter.

Armstead, a second-team All-Pro last year, was officially ruled out after halftime.

The extent of Armstead’s injury was not immediately known, but he was able to walk off the field under his own power before eventually riding a cart back to the locker room. The Saints have a quick turnaround this week; they play at Atlanta on Thursday night.

The Saints also lost Pro Bowl left guard Andrus Peat earlier this month to a broken forearm, which is expected to sideline him for about six weeks. That’s a double whammy, since Peat often serves as the Saints’ backup left tackle when Armstead is hurt.

Veteran Patrick Omameh filled in for Armstead instead during Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. He was flagged for holding on a fourth-and-1 attempt in the second quarter. But the Saints’ offense has been rolling in the second half while building a 30-18 lead in the third quarter.

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You probably don’t know who Josh Hill is, even if you’re a diehard golf fan. But you will know him soon enough, because the 15-year-old amateur phenom is about to take the golf world by storm.

On Wednesday, Hill won the Abu Dhabi Amateur Championship, closing out the victory with a birdie on the final hole at Saadiyat Beach Golf Club. It’s quite the accomplishment for such a young player, and it comes with benefits. For his win, Hill earned a spot in the Abud Dhabi HSBC Championship on the European Tour in January.

But that’s only half the story. Believe it or not, Hill was already prepping to play a European Tour event next month.

The Dubai-born teenager shot a final-round 62 to win the Al Ain Open on the Mena Tour in late October, becoming the youngest-ever winner of an event recognized by the Official World Golf Ranking. That trumped the previous record-holder, Ryo Ishikawa, who was two months older than Hill when he won the 2007 Munsingwear Open KSB Cup.

Along with the trophy, Hill earned a spot in the European Tour’s Omega Dubai Desert Classic. That event will take place January 23-26, exactly one week after the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, which begins January 16. That means Hill will tee it up in back-to-back premier Euro Tour events before he would be legally allowed to drive in the United States.

Hill is no stranger to making headlines with his golf on the junior and amateur circuits. He won an incredible eight events in three months back in 2018 to win the Emirates Golf Federation Order of Merit.

But professional golf at the elite levels is an entirely different animal. It’s impossible to predict how any young phenom’s game will translate on the top Tours, so we’ll have to wait until January to see how he handles the big stage.

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As the New Orleans Saints get into the last few games of the regular season, the team has shown us that they can win games in many different ways, but most importantly when the Saints have been able to establish a ground game, they can usually find a way to win.

Last Sundays gut-wrenching 48-46 loss to the San Francisco 49ers left a sour taste in both Saints fans’ mouths, but there was one glaring question that left Saints fans asking themselves: “Where was Latavius Murray ?”

Last week against the San Francisco 49ers, Latavius Murray averaged 9.9 yards per carry, totaling seven carries for 69 yards.

With that kind of yards per carry average during that kind of high-scoring electrifying game, a lengthier commit to establishing the run could have slowed the track meet between the two teams that ended up favoring San Fran.

Since signing with the New Orleans Saints in the spring as a replacement for ex-Saints running back Mark Ingram, Latavius Murray has come into his own and has proven to be a solid contributor in both the running and passing game.

His best game in a New Orleans Saints uniform came versus the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field where we saw him carry the ball 27 times for 119 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught three balls for 31 yards for a total overall production of 150 yards. Superstar running back Alvin Kamara was out.

Then he would follow that game up with another excellent performance against the Arizona Cardinals where we saw Latavius Murray carry the ball 21 times for 102 yards and one touchdown.

He also caught nine balls for 55 yards and a touchdown for a total overall production of 157 yards.

Latavius Murray is a certified “bruiser” running back.

Standing at 6-foot-3 230 pounds, when Latavius Murray gets those pads lowered and running downhill, there’s not one defensive back in the NFL that would take on that challenge and win. Murray is a solid running back that is forced to not play the bulk of snaps.

So far this season, Saints running back Latavius Murray is averaging a solid 4.7 yards per carry off 113 attempts. He also has five touchdowns. Murray has also caught 29 balls for 190 yards and one touchdown with a 6.6-yard average.

We keep hearing the New Orleans Saints players say in the media that they have yet to play their best game, so one could only hope that best game will be a commitment to establishing the run with heavy doses of both Alvin Kamara and Latavius Murray.