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  The Watertown-Mayer High School Bowling team recently ended its season. The team, which competed in the Mid Central Conference (MCC), included, front row, from left: Alex Pierson (WM), and Alicia Swartzer and Emily Swartzer (Holy Trinity); back row: Ryan Johnson (WM), Jack Brueggemeier (WM), ...Read More
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  With victories over Rockford and Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted (HLWW), the Watertown-Mayer boys basketball team is off to a 2-0 start on the season. In their home and season opener on Nov. 21, the Royals defeated visiting Rockford 87-66. The Royals then went on the road and defeated HLWW 55-38 ...Read More
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Team: WM gymnastics Head coach: Steve Hangartner, coached since 1980 Assistant coaches: Deb Hangartner, Rachel Thibault, Camille Sullivan, Casey Boerner and Kelsi Becker. 2013-14 record: 10-0 Key losses: Ally Matrella and Megan McCain, who both lettered for five years, and Brooke Leaf, who competed ...Read More
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The Waconia wrestling team has a core group of experienced wrestlers in the middle-weight classes, but it was the help from the younger wrestlers in the lower weights that propelled the Wildcats to a 2-1 finish at the Waconia Invitational on Nov. 29. Waconia defeated Milaca 43-29 and Le Sueur Hender...Read More
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The Waconia girls basketball team got off to a strong start this past weekend, defeating two tough opponents. The Wildcats opened their season at Hamline University, defeating St. Paul Central 80-76 on Nov. 28, then besting De LaSalle 75-69 on Nov. 29. “We faced two proud programs that have won se...Read More
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Coach: Dan Perrel Assistant coaches: Chris Thole, Craig Wachholz and Jared Switch 2013-14 results: The Crusaders won the Minnesota River Conference title with a 12-2 record, and finished with an overall record of 18-6. Mayer Lutheran earned the No. 1 seed in the section tournament, but was knocked o...Read More
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