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The Mayer Lutheran softball team showed resilience in a 18-17 loss at home to Jordan May 4, fighting against a 10-run deficit to push the game to extra innings. After the inspired effort, the Crusaders faced a couple of tough opponents, falling 11-0 at Le Sueur Henderson May 5 and 10-2 at home to So...Read More
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The Mayer Lutheran baseball team played in a pair of close games, losing at 5-2 home to Le Sueur Henderson May 4, then falling 3-0 at Jordan May 8. Against the Giants, the Crusader bats were connecting, they just could not produce enough runs. Mayer Lutheran produced eight hits, but only scored two ...Read More
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The Waconia girls golf team finished fifth in the WCC East, after taking fifth place at Baker National on May 6 and second at Litchfield on May 7. At the conference meet in Mound Westonka May 6, sophomore Anna Osterberg finished fourth overall, shooting a 47. Three Wildcats trailed Osterberg by two ...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Central softball team went 1-3 this past week as the season draws to a close. The Raiders lost to Belle Plaine at home last Tuesday, 5-3, lost to Le Sueur-Henderson on the road on Thursday, 8-2, lost to Waconia at home on Friday, 9-0, and defeated Tri-City United at ...Read More
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Though the Waconia baseball team prides itself on defense an pitching, the Wildcats offense was on full display in a pair of wins this past week. Waconia tallied 26 hits in the lopsided wins, winning 12-5 at home against Holy Family May 4 and 16-7 at Mound Westonka May 5. WHS vs. Mankato West Two [....Read More
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The Mayer Lutheran golf teams battled conference foes this past week, as the boys took fifth at Ridges at Sand Creek May 4, while the girls finished fifth at Montgomery National on May 5. The boys team also traveled to New London-Spicer on May 8, taking 10th among a field of 15 teams. Senior Andrew ...Read More
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