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The 2014 Holy Family Fire track and field campaign was off and running at its first meet of the season at the Hutchinson Invitational on April 10.  Holy Family Catholic won five events as the girls’ team scored 93 points in finishing third of seven teams.  The Fire boys placed sixth of seven. The events [...]

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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team recently reflected on an impressive 2013-14 season, a season that led to a shot at the Minnesota River Conference title and a runner up finish in the Royals’ subsection. With an 18-10 overall record, the losses were spread throughout the season, eliminating the regular season ‘slump’ teams can often experience [...]

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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central track and field squads fared well at their own Chuck Halliday Invitational last Thursday, their first outdoor meet of the season. Maple Lake won both the girls and boys meets among eight teams, with 153 and 151.25 points respectively, while the Central girls took fourth with 81 points and [...]

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Waconia High School senior Joe Dertinger recently competed at the Men’s US Nationals in Park City, Utah in March. Finishing third in the Giant Slalom, Dertinger also repeated his title as Men’s Junior National Champion in Giant Slalom. In the Men’s division, Dertinger finished third to Ralph Green and Ian Jansing, two athletes that competed [...]

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Team: Waconia track and field Head coaches: Tom McDonald and Christian Gilbert Conference: Wright County Section: Class AA, Section 2 2013 finish: 2013 was a big year for the Wildcat girls, who finished second in the Wright County Conference. They were crowned Section 4AA True Team champions and finished fifth at True Team State. At [...]

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Team: LHS baseball Head coach: Dave Lane Assistants: Tim Masters and Ryan Lane Conf: Minnesota River Section: 4A   2013 finish: With the regular season condensed into a series of conference double-headers, the Crusaders struggled last year, finishing just 3-11 and last in the MRC. In the Section 4A tournament, the Crusaders burst into action, [...]

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