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The Mayer Blazers will have to get past Glencoe in a best-of-three series this weekend for a shot at the Region 7C tournament that begins later next week. The Blazers ended the regular season last weekend with losses to Watertown and Winsted, finishing the year with a 5-15 record, fifth in the Crow River Valley [...]

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What the Watertown-Mayer track and field team managed to do during the 2014 season was nothing short of spectacular. During this memorable season, the Royals sent 10 athletes to the state meet, set five new Watertown-Mayer High School track and field records, and had 10 athletes named All-Conference. All in all, not a bad track [...]

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In the words of Mayer amateur baseball manager Joe Berrios, last Tuesday’s game at Young America wasn’t pretty. In a seven-inning shut out, the Blazers fell to the Cardinals 12-0 on July 1. Young America pitcher Aaron Cook kept the Blazers’ offense quiet, allowing just two hits in his seven innings of work. Both Mayer [...]

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A busy weekend for Mayer’s amateur baseball team gave the Blazers their third win of the season, picking up a 7-6 victory over New Germany on June 28. The Blazers are now 3-11 this season.   Hamburg 14, Blazers 4 The weekend began with a road game at Hamburg on Friday, June 27. Mayer took [...]

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More growing pains plagued the Mayer Lutheran softball team in the 2014 season, as the Crusaders worked with their third new head coach in three seasons, after resurrecting the program just a few years earlier. Regular girls’ basketball coach Kris Gustin stepped up when the Crusaders needed a coach and, with little softball coaching experience [...]

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