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After finishing in a three-way tie for the Minnesota River Conference championship last season, the Watertown-Mayer football team had its sights on accomplishing even greater things this year. The Royals were able to achieve some of their goals, such as winning the MRC title outright, but a loss to Glencoe-Silver Lake for the second consecutive […]

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A monster squad of 42 participants, including 17 newcomers and 27 letter winners, helped make for a memorable season for the Watertown-Mayer cross country team, which recently celebrated the past season. As a team, the Royals participated in 12 events this season, culminating in the Minnesota River Conference meet held in Watertown on Oct. 9. […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central High School three-sport athlete and scholar Isaac Hormann took the next step in his athletic career last Wednesday, committing to Concordia University – St. Paul to play baseball. Hormann, who also plays basketball and football for Central, said he can now fully enjoy his senior year. “It’s a huge […]

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The Central bowling team defeated Watertown then just edged Hutchinson at the Mid  Central Conference meet in Hutchinson on Tuesday, Nov. 11. With the win, they advanced to the state tournament held on Dec. 6  at Mermaid Lanes in Mounds View. Also at the Mid Central Conference meet, Maddie Farrell and Nick Jensen received All […]

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While the season is over, the accolades continue coming for the Central football squad. A total of seven Central players were named to the Minnesota River Conference football team, headlined by Tanner Hoen, who earned offensive lineman of the year honors. Also making the team were Isaac Hormann, Noah Peterson, Zack Storms and Nate Nemitz […]

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Central seniors Kaylie Brazil and Megan Knickerbocker were both named to the Minnesota River Conference volleyball team, with Brazil making the team and Knickerbocker earning an honorable mention. The Raiders finished the season 10-16-1 overall, including 1-6 in the conference and lost to Jordan in the first round of the Section 2AA playoffs. The Jaguars […]

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