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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Raiders controlled the lines on both sides of the ball leading to a convincing win over Sibley East at home, 35-6. Central led 28-0 at halftime, utilizing a strong rushing game throughout and limiting the Wolverines on offense in the Wedge Bowl win, which was head coach Paul Henn’s [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central volleyball were swept in a pair of road Minnesota River Conference matches this past week, losing to Sibley East last Tuesday, Sept. 23, and LeSueur-Henderson on Thursday. Head coach Sarah Hammers said the week showed just how difficult their schedule can be. “We know every night it’s going to [...]

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The Mayer Lutheran football team tried to overcome the injury bug as it traveled to Belle Plaine on Friday, Sept. 19, but fell to the Tigers 34-10. The Crusaders started the season with the smallest roster in the conference, and the injuries aren’t doing them any favors. “We are getting very thin when it comes [...]

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The Waconia cross country team ran fast and ran hard at Crown College on Tuesday, Sept. 16, with many runners posting top finishes. The girls won the home meet and the boys took fourth. “The Crown College meet was another great success for our team,” said coach Christian Gilbert. “This course tends to be a [...]

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A record crowd was on hand to watch the Waconia football team host Holy Family Catholic, and the Wildcats didn’t disappoint. Big plays and more than 600 yards of total offense had the crowd roaring, as the Wildcats playmakers put on a show in the 55-36 win. “It was a great win,” said coach Sam [...]

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After a 7-1 home win against the International School of Minnesota on Sept. 18, the Mayer Lutheran girls soccer team likes what it sees. Midway through the season, the Crusaders are excited with their play as of late. “We’ve improved,” said senior Hannah Zahrte. “Definitely,” said junior Paige Schneider. The Crusaders controlled the game against [...]

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