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The Holy Family/Waconia girls hockey team traveled to Blaine this past week to compete in a tournament and came away with a big win and a couple of close losses. The Wildfire opened with a 3-2 loss to Spring Lake Park on Jan. 1, bounced back with a 4-1 win over Moose Lake-Willow River Jan. [...]...Read More
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  There are few things in human interaction more important than leadership. Leaders demonstrate behavior that influences the attitudes, thoughts, and actions of their peers. A renowned leader of our country, John Quincy Adams, stated, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more,...Read More
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The Holy Family/Waconia girls hockey team goes into the holiday break with a record of 5-5-3 after a pair of exciting games this past week. The Wildfire won at Mound Westonka on Dec. 18, as a trio of second period goals propelled them to a 5-2 win, after tying New Prague 2-2 in an overtime [...]...Read More
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The Holy Family/Waconia girls hockey team bounced back with a 2-1 win at Holy Angels on Dec. 6, after dropping another close game, 2-1, at Hopkins on Dec. 2. Three of the season’s four losses for the Wildfire have been by a single goal, while they are 3-0 when they score three or more goals. [...]...Read More
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The Holy Family/Waconia girls hockey team took a 2-0 lead on Nov. 18 when they hosted Benilde-St. Margaret’s, but the Red Knights stormed back, scoring a trio of goals in the third period to win 3-2. “I thought we played well, we didn’t play great,” said coach Ryan Rice. After a scoreless fi...Read More
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The Holy Family/Waconia girls hockey team opened the season with a 4-2 road loss to Chaska/Chanhassen on Nov. 6, before bouncing back with a pair of home wins, defeating Bloomington Jefferson 4-1 on Nov. 11 and St. Cloud 3-1 on Nov. 13. According to coach Ryan Rice, the Wildfire started flat but fou...Read More
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