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The Waconia boys basketball team trailed St. Paul Johnson by 13 at the half, but refused to give up. The Wildcats worked to chip away at the Governors’ lead, but ultimately could not complete the comeback, as St. Paul Johnson won the March 12 matchup at the Target Center 69-62. “I thought ou...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer/Waconia/Delano boys swimming and diving team ended the season with five athletes taking the medal stand at the state meet on March 5-7. The Royals sent four swimmers and a diver, and each one went back home with a medal in hand. “Overall, it was the best season we have had in a...Read More
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As they did at times during the regular season, the Raiders played well during a key stretch in the first half with Kali Grimm on the bench in their Section 2AA playoff win over Mayer Lutheran at New Prague last Thursday, 54-43. With Grimm mostly on the bench after picking up her second and third [....Read More
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The Waconia girls basketball team opened the Section 6AAA tournament with an impressive 76-40 win over Blake on March 3, but lost the March 7 semifinal game in a tough game against Richfield, falling 71-62. WHS vs. Blake Waconia looked the part of a No. 1 seed on Tuesday night as the Wildcats took c...Read More
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Orono may have won the conference, but it was the Waconia boys basketball team that earned bragging rights when the two teams clashed in the Class AAA state tournament at Williams Arena on March 11. “I’d rather win this game right now,” said junior Joey Kortuem. The quarterfinal game was t...Read More
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