Waconia High School
In the hallway of Clearwater Middle School sit 10 students solving Rubik’s Cubes within minutes. The group is working on a design that will read “Waconia Wildcats” with the school’s logo. It’s not an easy feat, although you can’t tell by their pace. Careful planning went into placing and...Read More
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The Waconia track and field team will be well represented at the Minnesota State High School League Championships this weekend, sending eight Wildcats to compete among the best athletes in the state. “I think it’s awesome,” junior Carissa Dock said of the team’s success. “We are becoming a...Read More
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The Waconia boys golf team went shot-for-shot with the powerhouses of Section 2AA on May 27, advancing to the next round of the section meet. The next round saw Waconia trying to dethrone the favorites, but the ‘Cats season came to an end at Ridges as Sand Creek. “I am so proud of how we [...]...Read More
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Waconia High School’s varsity show choir Power Company, junior varsity The Current, and their band Mega Watt, will be featured in a new documentary from Dance Network TV showcasing the top 10 show choirs in the nation. Power Company’s 2014 – 2015 season was stellar, raking in five of six g...Read More
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Waconia and Minnetonka battled in a closely-contested matchup in the Section 2AAA tournament, but unfortunately for the Wildcats, the Skippers three hits were enough to allow Minnetonka to advance in the 3-0 win over Waconia. The Wildcats also had three hits in the game, coming from senior Jordyn Go...Read More
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In the last meet before the Section 2AAA tournament, the Waconia girls golf team finished seventh among a field of 13 teams at the Charger Invite. Leading the Wildcat effort was Madison Schochenmaier, who scored a 49. Schochenmaier was followed by Riley Rassmana (50), Lauren McNulty (50), Megan Schu...Read More
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