Brainerd is heavily favored to repeat as state champion. It has outscored the opposition 115-48. The Warriors have won every game by no less than a 3-goal margin. Twice they scored 12 goals in a game. Twice they scored 10.Brainerd has defeated every team in the tournament at least once except for St. Paul Humboldt which was not on its schedule. "I think a real benefit for us is our depth," Warriors head coach Todd Person said. "In years past, we've always had good core players.
"I really just like to see other people succeed. I think it's one of my highlights," Heinlen said. "I like to see the younger kids get the goals they work hard for. I want to help them improve whatever way they can to make the team better because once us three seniors leave next year they will have to step it up. To help them whatever way I can I will do that. "Heinlen's unselfishness doesn't go unnoticed by the Warriors' coaching staff.
Vleck responded by backstopping the Warriors to an unbeaten season and the state championship and landed him a berth on the all-tournament team. "It was rough," Vleck said of adapting to being a goalie, "but I had a lot of support from family, coaches and teammates so I was able to get the time I needed in net to practice. When it came to games, it just felt natural by then because I had the whole summer (to practice in goal). "It was wonderful," Vleck said of winning the state title.
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