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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times The Central boys’ basketball team battled through another busy stretch of games this past week, going 1-2. The Raiders opened with a home loss to Watertown-Mayer last Tuesday, 71-59, defeated Sibley East on the road on Thursday, 86-71, and lost to Glencoe-Silver Lake o...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer boys basketball team has held strong the last several games, with wins against Belle Plaine, Norwood Young America and Le Sueer-Henderson. WM 71, NYA 59 The game against Centraal started out with the Royals taking a small lead after the first 5-6 minutes. The score was 12-9 as Wa...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer wrestlers ended the regular season with a disappointing loss to New Prague in a dual on Friday, Feb. 6. The Royals fell by 38 points to the number-one seeded team in the 2AA Section. Kendall Nowlan, Bryce Duske, Nick Nolan and Bryce Kallenbach were the only four to win their matc...Read More
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With the season coming to an end, the Waconia gymnastic team is posting its best scores of the season. The Wildcats topped Delano 134-129.625 on Jan. 30, their second best score of the season to that date, then set their highest score of the season when they defeated Litchfield 134.375-121.15. WHS v...Read More
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Each game for the Waconia boys basketball team this past week came down to making the extra pass. The Wildcats moved the ball well and found the open man in a 84-49 home win over Hutchinson on Feb. 2, but struggled to find the best shot in a 69-66 loss at Holy Family on Feb. [...]...Read More
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The Waconia girls basketball team hosted Holy Family on Dec. 6, winning a battle that had big playoff implications. Waconia torched the nets with 13 three pointers in the opening 18 minutes, propelling them to a convincing 87-50 victory. Waconia was 13 for 24 on three-pointers in the first half (54 ...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central girls’ basketball played a pair of Minnesota River Conference opponents along with a non-MRC opponent this past week, going 1-2. The Raiders opened with a road loss to Watertown-Mayer on Tuesday, 54-44, beat Sibley East at home on Friday, 48-39, and lost Glenco...Read More
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