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The Mayer Lutheran girls basketball season split a pair of games this past week, downing Sibley East 57-38 at home on Feb. 17, then falling at Norwood Young America 69-53 on Feb. 20. LHS vs. Sibley East The Crusaders opened the game on fire defensively, opening up a big lead. “We started the game ...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Central boys’ basketball team lost a pair of road games last week to close out the regular season. They opened with a 81-64 loss at Belle Plaine on Tuesday before falling at Tri-City United on Thursday, 69-67. In a unique twist, the #5-seeded Raiders returned to Be...Read More
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The Royals ended the gymnastics season with a strong showing at the state tournament, taking third place as a team. Detroit Lakes won the state title with 150.025, followed by Melrose in second with 149.2. “We were hoping for third place or higher, but at state, we knew anything could happen,” C...Read More
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  While the season may be over for Central and Mayer Lutheran dance teams, they were both recognized on the Minnesota River Conference dance teams. Central seniors Hannah Lind and Megan Knickerbocker both made the team with Katelyn Worm earning an honorable mention. Also, Mayer Lutheran seniors...Read More
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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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