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With a 21-0 shutout loss to Orono on Oct. 16, the Waconia football team wrapped up the 2013 regular season last week. Finishing 1-7 overall, with a 1-4 Wright County Conference – East record, the Wildcats finished in a three-way tie for the bottom of the conference with Mound-Westonka and Holy Family (both 1-4, WCC [...]

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For three quarters on Oct. 16, the game between the Mayer Lutheran and Sibley East football teams was a close one. Mayer Lutheran was first on the board, with 14 first-quarter points. Senior quarterback Cole Buttenhoff connected with junior receiver Taylor Otterstatter on a 10-yard pass for the first touchdown of the game. Later in [...]

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In the final two games of the regular season, the Holy Family Catholic High School football team lost to both New London-Spicer and Delano to finish the season 2-6. Fighting hard through a rainy game, preceded by a lightning delay, the Fire lost 50-7 at New London-Spicer on Oct. 11. Offensively, junior Hank Hopkins commanded [...]

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The outcome of last Friday night’s football game between Jordan and Watertown-Mayer was known well before the final horn sounded. Once Hunter Hulley’s 25-yard fumble return for a touchdown gave Watertown-Mayer a 35-14 lead, the last 7 minutes and 8 seconds of the fourth quarter seemed almost irrelevant for the Royals. There was only one [...]

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In the last home game of the regular season, the Mayer Lutheran football team hosted Minnesota River Conference rival Watertown-Mayer on Oct. 11. The Royals kept the Crusaders off balance and led the entire game, taking down LHS 27-17. Mayer Lutheran head coach Dean Aurich said Watertown-Mayer took advantage of the Crusaders’ mistakes and controlled [...]

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With tough winds and a few too many penalties, the Waconia football team fell 42-28 at Glencoe-Silver Lake on Oct. 11. “We moved the ball well at the start, then just got negated by a couple penalties,” WHS head coach Sam Baker said. “Then we just got stuck on our own end with that wind.” [...]

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