girls’ basketball

The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team recently reflected on an impressive 2013-14 season, a season that led to a shot at the Minnesota River Conference title and a runner up finish in the Royals’ subsection. With an 18-10 overall record, the losses were spread throughout the season, eliminating the regular season ‘slump’ teams can often experience [...]

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Luck was not on the side of the Royal girls’ basketball team last week, as Watertown-Mayer fell in the South Subsection finals of the 5AA tournament. Going head to head against the talented No. 1 (South) Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Lakers, the Royals lost a 66-41 game on March 11 in St. Michael-Albertville. The Lakers jumped out [...]

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The Waconia girls’ basketball team sure put its name on the map of talented Minnesota teams this season. Featured in various news and television outlets, the Wildcats were well-deserving, joining some of the top-ranked national teams in terms of scoring. After the 2013-14 season, where the Wildcats finished 10-16 overall, the team is now on [...]

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The Crusader girls’ basketball team can take pride in the strides they made this season as a team. A team that made improvements across all areas of the game including defense, overall skills, and team chemistry. “That’s ultimately what you want out of every season is that you get better,” LHS head coach Kris Gustin [...]

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Holy Family Catholic High School proved to be a tough rival last week for Waconia High School, as the Fire took down both the boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams. In the Section 6AAA quarterfinals, the Fire eliminated the Waconia girls’ team in a 101-93 overtime game in Victoria on March 4. The initial 18 [...]

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With two wins in the Section 5AA tournament so far, the No. 2 (South) Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team is hoping to land in the section finals on Friday night. To get there, the Royals must have defeated No. 1 (South) Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted in the semifinals Tuesday night, March 11. Before their semifinal game, the Royals [...]

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