cross country

The Watertown-Mayer cross country teams competed at the Minnesota River Cross Country meet at Norwood Young America’s Baylor Regional Park on Thursday, Oct. 10. The Royals had two athletes earn all-conference honors and two more earn honorable-mention honors as the girls’ team finished in third place overall and the boys’ team finished in eighth place. [...]

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In one of the most challenging meets on the schedule, the Waconia boys’ and girls’ cross country teams faced off against some of the top-ranked Class AA teams in the state last week at the Chaska Par 30 Golf Course on Oct. 1. The varsity girls finished 13th of 21 complete teams with 339 points [...]

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The Watertown-Mayer cross country team competed at the annual Swain Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 3, with the girls’ team placing in ninth place out of 30 teams competing at the Class A level. The boys’ team finished in 22nd place. In the Class A girls’ event, Trinity School at River Ridge finished in first place [...]

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Last week, the Mayer Lutheran/Lester Prairie/Holy Trinity boys’ and girls’ cross country teams got a taste of a wide variety of state competition, first competing at Waconia’s annual Run of the Lakes on Sept. 17, and then competing in the Milaca Mega Meet over the weekend. At Waconia, both Crusader squads finished ninth of 10 [...]

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With meets at Dassel-Cokato and Buffalo last week, the Waconia cross country teams faced their toughest meets of the season, according to WHS head coach Christian Gilbert. “D-C and Buffalo are being used as practice meets,” he said. “This is our toughest week of the year in order to prepare the team for conference and [...]

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The Watertown-Mayer cross country teams competed at St. John’s Prep on Thursday, Sept. 26, where the girls’ finished in third place and the boys finished in 11th. St. Cloud Tech won the girls’ team title with 42 points. Maple Lake was second with 74 points and Watertown-Mayer was third with 80. On the boys’ side, [...]

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