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The Waconia gymnastics team posted its highest score of the season at the section meet in New Prague on Feb. 13, but fell shy of a state berth amongst a talented bunch of teams. “It went well,” said coach Mary Wiedbusch. “We ended up having our best day of the season.” Watertown-Mayer won th...Read More
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The Waconia girls basketball team pushed its win streak to four, downing a pair of conference foes this past week. The Wildcats won at home 71-50 over Dassel-Cokato on Feb. 10 and won 90-80 at Hutchinson on Feb. 13. WHS vs. D-C For the second straight game, the Wildcats erupted for a 20 point lead [...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Central boys’ basketball team lost their lone game last week at home against Jordan on Friday, 55-41. The win leaves Central in search of a key section win to likely guarantee them a home game in the 2AA playoffs. Through Feb. 13, Jordan, LeSueur-Henderson and Wate...Read More
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After defeating Glencoe-Silver Lake/Lester Prairie 56-12 at home on Feb. 12 in the quarterfinals of the section tournament, the Waconia wrestling team was knocked out of the team playoffs by No. 2 Scott West 39-25 in Mankato on Feb. 14. The Wildcats liked their chances of earning a state berth this ...Read More
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The Mayer Lutheran boys basketball team bounced back from a tough 57-42 home loss to Watertown-Mayer on Feb. 10 with an exciting buzzer-beater win over visiting Belle Plaine 74-71 on Feb. 13. LHS vs. W-M The Crusaders held a slim lead during the second half, but some tough calls allowed the Royals t...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Central girls’ basketball team won their lone game of the week last week on the road over Jordan on Thursday, 67-49. The Minnesota River Conference victory improved their conference record to 9-1. Watertown-Mayer sits atop the conference with a 10-1 record, while M...Read More
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