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Cretin-Derham Hall's John Gleason hits the ice as he tries to get in front of Wayzata's Hank Sorensen. The pair were racing for the puck in the second period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. Wayzata beat Cretin-Derham Hall, 4-1 to advance to the State Tou(Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-Derham Hall celebrates their goal against Wayzata in the first period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-Derham Hall's Jack Jaunich and Wayzata's Hank Sorensen collide against the boards behind the Wayzata net as they race down the puck in the first period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-Derham Hall's Joseph Gimberlin gets checked off his skates and up the boards by Wayzata's Jack Carlson in the first period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Ryan Smith of Cretin-Derham Hall gets his stick on the puck in front of Wayzata's Matt Cossette in the second period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-Derham's John Wolff heads up ice in front of Wayzata's Hank Sorensen in the second period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

A weary Cretin-Derham's Riley Wild rests his head for a moment as the Raiders play Wayzata in the second period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. Wayzata beat Cretin-Derham Hall, 4-1 to advance to the State Tournament.(Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-Derham's Mike Magnuson slaps Wayzata's Billy Duma shot away in the third period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Wayzata's Mark Senden finally cracks the nut and scores against Cretin-Derham's Mike Magnuson in the third period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Wayzata's Mark Senden leaps against the glass in front of the Trojan fans after scoring a goal against Cretin-Derham Hall in the third period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-Derham Hall's Jack Jaunich misses on his breakaway shot against Wayzata's Alex Schilling in the third period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Wayzata's Alex Schilling stops a point blank shot from Cretin-Derham's Charlie Haugen in the third period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Minnesota Gophers men's hockey team head coach Don Lucia watches the action as Wayzata plays Cretin-Derham Hall in the third period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

The Wayzata Trojans celebrate their 4-1 victory over Cretin-Derham Hall in front of their fans in the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-Derham's Cal Peterson sits on the ice following the Raiders loss to Wayzata in the third period of the Section 6AA Championship at Mariucci Arena on Wednesday, February 24, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)

Cretin-­Derham Hall’s magical run ended in about a minute.

Mark Senden and Billy Duma scored 62 seconds apart in the third period and Wayzata beat the Raiders 4­-1 in the Class 2A, Section 6 boys hockey championship game Wednesday night at Mariucci Arena.

The Trojans advance to their first state tournament trip since 2013 and fourth overall.

Ryan Smith scored and Mike Magnuson made 41 saves for the Raiders, who were outshot 45­-20.

“It’s a little disappointing because I don’t think we played as well as we could,” said Raiders co­coach Jim O’Neill.

Cretin-­Derham Hall (16-­12-­0) was seeking its fourth state tournament appearance and first since 2009.

Senden broke a 1-1 tie 6:22 into the third period, converting a feed from Colin Schmidt to beat Magnuson from in front.

“We just kept firing the puck, going to the net and we knew he’d finally break,” Senden said.

Just over a minute later, a Raiders defenseman fell, creating a 2-on-­0 opportunity that ended with Duma taking a pass from Luke Paterson and easily beating Magnuson, who had no chance.

Kirby Rice nearly cut the deficit in half on a Cretin-­Derham Hall power play midway through the period, but he couldn’t put stick to puck at the edge of the crease with an empty net.

“That would’ve been great, but we lost as a team,” Magnuson said.

Dillon Riley added an empty-­net goal for the Trojans (19-­8-­1).

In a section that, in addition to Wayzata, included top-­ranked and previously unbeaten Benilde­St. Margaret’s and perennial power Edina, few might have expected the fourth-­seeded Raiders to be playing for a state tournament berth. But Cretin­-Derham Hall played its best hockey at the right time, entering the title game having won seven of eight, including a 4-­3 overtime win in the section semifinals over Benilde-­St. Margaret’s, and was 15-­5 since a 1-­6 start.

“These kids have come a long ways,” O’Neill said. “It would have been a great story.”

Magnuson, who entered with a 2.04 goals­-against average and .922 save percentage, was at his best in the scoreless second period, a frame in which Wayzata owned a 13­-1 shot advantage in the first 12 minutes. At one point, with no defender to help, Magnuson made three spectacular saves in a matter of seconds on prime scoring opportunities in front.

Smith’s power-­play goal gave the Raiders a 1-­0 lead 2:33 into the game, when he tipped in a shot from Charlie Haugen, but Wayzata’s Andrew Urban scored his first career goal midway through the period.

“I think every game we scored first we won this year,” O’Neill said. “That was a really good sign, but we weren’t able to drum up much after that.”

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Assistant Captains: Mike Hoeffel, Alex Kangas

Career Record (Entering 2010-2011): 553-300-76 (.636) (23 Seasons)

Record at Minnesota (Entering 2010-2011): 274-145-47 (.638) (11 Seasons)

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Cretin-Derham Hall High School (CDH) is a private, co-educational Catholic high school located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, it is co-sponsored by the Brothers of the Christian Schools and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Cretin High School was named for Joseph Crétin, the first Roman Catholic Bishop of Saint Paul, while Derham Hall High School was named for Hugh Derham, a Minnesotan farmer who donated money to start an all-female Catholic boarding school. The school describes itself as committed to "Christian values" and "academic excellence." It claims its "academic rigor" and "commitment to service" prepare each student for success in both post-secondary education and in life.

History

Cretin High School was founded as a secondary school for boys in 1871 by the Christian Brothers [ 2 ] . Derham Hall was established by the Sisters of St. Joseph in 1905 as a college preparatory school for girls and was originally located on the campus of St. Catherine University in the original building, Derham Hall. [ 3 ] In 1987, the two merged to become Cretin-Derham Hall a co-educational institution.

Cretin-Derham Hall is part of the Suburban East Conference in the Minnesota State High School League. Prior to joining the Suburban East Conference, Cretin-Derham Hall played in the Saint Paul City Conference for twenty six years. The Cretin- Derham Hall Football team just won their second state championship title in 2009 by beating their rivals from out west, Eden Prairie, by a score of 16-5.

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Cretin-Derham Hall additionally has a strong arts program both in terms of co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities. The Cretin-Derham Hall theatre department has achieved first place in the Minnesota State High School League One Act Competition although the school no longer participates. [ 5 ]

In the summer of 2005 the theater department was one of about 20 schools invited to perform at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland. This invitation was "based on their most recent bodies of work, awards, community involvement, philosophies, and recommendations." [ 6 ]

Feeder School Patterns

While certain exceptions definitely exist, the traditional feeder schools have been K-8 Catholic grade schools of Saint Paul and surrounding areas. Such schools are:

  • Nativity of Our Lord
  • Faithful Shepherd
  • Highland Catholic
  • Holy Spirit
  • St. Thomas More (previously IHM-St. Lukes)
  • St. Joseph's
  • St. Mark's
  • St. Odilia's
  • St. Peter Claver's
  • Maternity Of Mary-St. Andrew

Notable alumni

Derham, Cretin and Cretin-Derham Hall has been attended by several persons of note in its history, including:

  • Fr. John A Ryan (1887) - Economist, Theologian, and well-known social justice theorist of the early 20th century [ 7 ]
  • John Albers - former chairman, chief executive officer and president of Dr. Pepper/Seven-Up Companies [ 8 ]
  • Michael Floyd, current wide receiver for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish
  • Kate Millet - Author, Sexual Politics
  • Joe Mauer - Catcher, Minnesota Twins[ 9 ][ 10 ]
  • Matt Birk - Center, Baltimore Ravens[ 11 ]
  • Josh Hartnett - Hollywood actor [ 12 ] (non-graduate)
  • Heidemarie Martha Stefanyshyn-Piper - Astronaut, assisted in initial reassembly of the International Space station with NASA[ 13 ]
  • Paul Molitor - Baseball Hall of Famer[ 14 ][ 15 ]
  • Steve Walsh - Former NFLquarterback[ 14 ]
  • Chris Weinke - Quarterback, 2000 Heisman Trophy winner [ 14 ]
  • James E. Duffy Jr - Justice on the Hawaii Supreme Court (term 2003-2013)
  • James E. Thornton - Computer pioneer, helped engineer Control Data Corporation's first super computer with Seymour Cray and William Norris[ 16 ]
  • Tim Tschida - Umpire, Major League Baseball
  • Mark Wegner - Umpire, Major League Baseball
  • George Sweeney - Umpire, American League (1979)
  • Chris Coleman - Mayor, Saint Paul, MN (2006-Present)
  • Ryan Harris - NFL Offensive Lineman (Denver Broncos 2007 Draft Pick)
  • Corbin Lacina - Guard, Minnesota Vikings
  • Jack Hannahan - Infielder for the Seattle Mariners. Drafted 3rd Round (87th overall) by the Detroit Tigers in 2001. [ 17 ]
  • Ryan McDonagh - 12th overall pick by the Montreal Canadiens in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft
  • John Vachon - Photographer for the FSA (Farm Security Administration), Life magazine, and Look magazine
  • Ellen Roscher - Author of a book
  • Seantrel Henderson - 2009 USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (American Football)

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Cretin High School was named for Joseph Crétin, the first Catholic bishop of Saint Paul, while Derham Hall High School was named for Hugh Derham, a Minnesotan farmer who donated money to start an all-female Catholic boarding school.

The present-day Cretin-Derham Hall is the result of a merger between Cretin High School and Derham Hall in 1987. Cretin was founded 146 years ago in 1871 as a secondary school for boys by the Christian Brothers. In the late 1800s, the school incorporated a mandatory program of instruction grounded in the tradition of a military institute, which makes it one of the oldest such programs in the United States. Instruction included lessons in leadership, close-order drill and ceremonies, and numerous other strictly non-combat-related instruction designed to instill a sense of discipline and order in all aspects of student life. The National Defense Act of 1916 created the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), a more formalized program of instruction with national oversight for training standards and a provision for active duty and retired soldiers and officers as instructors. Cretin's "military program" became one of the very first Junior ROTC (JROTC) programs in the country, and participation remained mandatory for all students until the early 1980s, when it became voluntary.

Derham Hall was established by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1905 as a college preparatory school for girls and was originally located on the campus of St. Catherine University (then the College of St. Catherine) in the original building, Derham Hall. In 1987, the two merged to become Cretin-Derham Hall, a co-educational institution. The original building on the St. Catherine campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Cretin-Derham Hall is part of the Suburban East Conference in the Minnesota State High School League. Prior to joining the Suburban East Conference, Cretin-Derham Hall played in the Saint Paul City Conference for twenty six years. The Raiders won their second state championship in football in 2009 with a 16–5 win over Eden Prairie in the title game.

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Cretin-Derham Hall additionally has a theater program both in terms of co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities. The Cretin-Derham Hall theater department has achieved first place in the Minnesota State High School League One Act Competition although the school no longer participates.

In the summer of 2005 the theater department was one of about 20 schools invited to perform at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland. This invitation was "based on their most recent bodies of work, awards, community involvement, philosophies, and recommendations."

The spring musical of 2009, Crazy for You, won an Outstanding awards for Overall Production of a Musical, Performance by a Chorus Ensemble, Performance by a Dance Ensemble, and two for Performances in a Leading Role from Spotlight Musical Theatre Awards. In addition, three Honorable Mentions were given to Performance in a Lead Role, Performance in a Supporting Role, and Performance in a Featured Role.

Notable alumni

Cretin High School, Derham Hall, and Cretin-Derham Hall High School have been attended by several persons of note in its history, including:

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