Sports

After a competitive season and an impressive run through the section tournament, the Mayer Lutheran volleyball team ended their season at the state tournament this past weekend, taking fourth place in Class A. The Crusaders opened the state tournament with a first round win against Carlton on Nov. 6, then lost to Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Nov. […]

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Coach: Ryan Rice Assistant coaches: TJ Garin, Julie Rochford, Kip Rakos Captains: Abby Hanscom, Meghan Burmeister 2013 results: 16-9-1 overall  6-2 in conference(2nd) Key losses: Sarah Rosland, Jamie Kichler, Shania Gonzales Key athletes: “Senior Abby Hanscom and junior Megan Menzuber will be our leaders up front with the most experience,” said Rice. “Mackenzie Kratch will […]

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The Waconia girls soccer team’s season ended earlier than the Wildcats would have liked, losing in the second round of the section tournament, but the season was their best ever. The Wildcats reached marks they had never seen before. Their 11-3-2 regular season record was their best finish ever, only a couple of seasons removed […]

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The 2014 season was a good one for the Waconia cross country team. From state tournament appearances by senior Alora Rands and junior Alex Carrabre to the boys and girls junior high teams earning conference championships, there was plenty to celebrate for the 148-member team. In addition to making it to the state tournament, Rands […]

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The Watertown-Mayer girls swimming and diving team’s season ended at the section meet at Hutchinson Nov. 6 and Nov. 8. Several Royals swimmers made it to the final round, but just missed out on a chance at the state tournament. The 200-yard medley relay team of sophomore Colby King, junior Mady Hendricks, freshman Caitlyn Rud […]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times After making the state tournament for the first time since 2008, Central football concluded their season on Saturday, losing to Pipestone at Gustavus Adolphus College at St. Peter, 30-28. The game was a back-and-forth contest with the Raiders taking a 28-22 lead early in the fourth quarter on a 3-yard […]

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