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After finishing in a three-way tie for the Minnesota River Conference championship last season, the Watertown-Mayer football team had its sights on accomplishing even greater things this year. The Royals were able to achieve some of their goals, such as winning the MRC title outright, but a loss to ...Read More
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A monster squad of 42 participants, including 17 newcomers and 27 letter winners, helped make for a memorable season for the Watertown-Mayer cross country team, which recently celebrated the past season. As a team, the Royals participated in 12 events this season, culminating in the Minnesota River ...Read More
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Although the Watertown-Mayer volleyball team enjoyed some nice moments this year, inconsistency proved to be a decisive factor in the team’s success this season. The Royals finished 8-20 overall and were 0-7 in the Minnesota River Conference, placing eighth out of eight teams. Last year, the Royal...Read More
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After a competitive season and an impressive run through the section tournament, the Mayer Lutheran volleyball team ended their season at the state tournament this past weekend, taking fourth place in Class A. The Crusaders opened the state tournament with a first round win against Carlton on Nov. 6...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls swimming and diving team’s season ended at the section meet at Hutchinson Nov. 6 and Nov. 8. Several Royals swimmers made it to the final round, but just missed out on a chance at the state tournament. The 200-yard medley relay team of sophomore Colby King, junior Mady He...Read More
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After finishing the season around .500, the Mayer Lutheran volleyball team has caught fire, cruising through the Section 4A tournament en route to a berth in the state tournament. The Crusaders defeated Heritage Christian Academy on Oct. 28 on the road and New Life Academy of Woodbury on Oct. 30 in ...Read More
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