football

The 2013 season brought a lot of change for the Mayer Lutheran football team. Coming off a state tournament run in 2012, the Crusaders returned a talented senior class and made the move from Class AA to Class A, which included teams never before seen by LHS. “The 2013 football season started with a lot [...]

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The Watertown-Mayer High School football team recently had seven players from its Minnesota River Conference championship team earn all-conference honors. Five of them -— Jesse Bushman, Logan Cooper, Hunter Hulley, Brett Johnson and Luke Sandquist — earned first-team all-conference honors. The other two — Bill Stauffer and Cody Wagner — earned honorable-mention recognition. Johnson was [...]

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While the season record may not show the growth of the Waconia football team this season, the behind the scenes work done by the Wildcats surely has. Despite a 1-8 record under Sam Baker’s first season as head coach, the Wildcats “really layed a solid foundation for the future,” according to Baker. “Regardless of wins [...]

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From left, Tom Hoernemann, Mark Bartels, Dan Kimball, and Tom Marcsisak keep things running smoothly for the Crusader football team up in the press box. The concession stand’s open,  for your enjoyment tonight, with lots of taste treats,  for you palate’s delight.   There’s hot dogs and popcorn, candy and pop, enough calories to make [...]

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Entering last Friday night’s Section 2AAA football final, host Glencoe-Silver Lake was the state’s No. 2 ranked team, and Watertown-Mayer was No. 3. It didn’t take long, though, for Glencoe-Silver Lake to show that there was a big difference between No. 2 and No. 3. The Panthers rolled to a 27-0 halftime lead and eventually [...]

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The No. 6 seeded Waconia football team finished the 2013 campaign 1-8 after a loss to No. 3 Chanhassen in the first round of the Section 2AAAAA tournament. Traveling to Chanhassen on Oct. 22, the Wildcats trailed 21-0 at halftime. In the third quarter, the Waconia offense began to click as the ‘Cats scored two [...]

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