A Special Olympics Team Since 1991

South Region Stars

REMEMBER – THERE IS NO FLOOR HOCKEY PRACTICE TONIGHT. 

(as noted on the calendar)

Meet the Stars

Through the power of sports, people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. Our athletes find joy, confidence and fulfillment — on the playing field and in life. We know no boundaries. Without regard to gender, race, religion, economic or education level, Special Olympics has the ability to unite all walks of life.

Sports Information

Our Sports
Individual and Team Opportunities

Current Openings
Don’t forget, the state tournaments for bocce and softball have been moved to mid-September.

Participation Forms
Forms for athletes or volunteers.

WHAT’S UP

  • South Region Stars SKIING will be starting up soon with Sunday morning practices at Afton Alps. If you have a Special Olympics athlete who might be interested please contact the team coach Rick Vance: rfvance@charter.net.
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Wed 16

Floor Hockey Practice

January 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wed 23

Floor Hockey Practice (Gyms 4-5 Only)

January 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sat 26

OUTSTANDING!

2018 Spirit Awards

John Sullivan Award:  to those whose actions demonstrate the true meaning of Good Sport.

2018:  Leon Johnson and Mariana Hughes

Kathy Wells Award: to those who exemplify the last line of the Olympic Oath : if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.

2018:  Travis Vang and Andrea Howlett

Hank Halvorson Award: to families and individuals who exemplify the spirit of Hank by assisting with fundraising efforts extraordinaire.

2018: Barb and EJ Wang

Hank Goers Awardto families, parents, or staff who demonstrate extraordinary kindness by being there for any athlete or any effort requiring assistance.

2018: Deb Howlett

Congrats to the Stars’ Flag Football Teams for an outstanding showing at the state tournament.  Our Gold team received bronze medals and our white team received silvers.  We’re so proud of you.

And to our athletes Sarah Haugen, Russell Greenhalge, and Charlie Rea, who represented Minnesota in swimming, bowling, and bocce, respectively at the USA games.


And to Maya Rivera, who will be representing the United States in bocce in 2019 at the world games in Abu Dhabi!