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Girls' hockey: Hannah Corneliusen

By Tim Kolehmainen, Breakdown Sports Media, 06/19/20, 11:00AM CDT


Warroad's shifty sniper

The Hannah Corneliusen file

  • Name: Hannah Corneliusen
  • School: Warroad
  • Class: Senior
  • Honors: Breakdown Super 100 seniors, Class A All-Breakdown, Miss Hockey Watch List

Q and A

Give me a short scouting report on yourself as a player. What are your strengths?

  • I have good speed, I know how to use by body and I have a good shot and positive attitude.

Can you tell us one unusual thing about yourself that others may not know?

  • My nickname is 'Corn Nuts.' We had two Hannah C's on the team. I was pretty much called anything with corn, Corn Nuts stuck. 

What's the best part of playing high school hockey and why?

  • Playing with some of my closest friends and I also get to call them family.

Tell me about the outlook for your team this year. What are the strengths of your team?

  • We are a young team, but have plenty of skill. We move the puck well and know where each other is on the ice.

What other activities are you involved in at the high school level?

  • Currently just hockey. I participated in volleyball 7th through 11th grade and track 7th through 9th grade.

What type of training do you do in the offseason?

  • I train with Good to Great every morning in the summertime. The training is focused on strength, speed and conditioning. 

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