Waconia High School

The Waconia High School SADD group is committed to keeping teens safe in the community — on and off the road. From Oct. 15-24, SADD will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week and National Teen Driver Safety Week. SADD will focus on promoting the dangers associated with drug and alcohol use and encourage students to make [...]

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Waconia High School celebrated homecoming last week. The Wildcats enjoyed a 55-36 victory over Holy Family in their homecoming football game on Friday, Sept. 19. Earlier that day, the school held a pepfest and coronation ceremony in the high school gymnasium where Kyle Johnson and Trina Rinke were named King and Queen. The rest of [...]

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The Waconia swimming and diving team clashed with a tough Mound Westonka/Holy Family team at home on Thursday, Sept. 11 and came away with a 103-83 win. “My girls swam like champions and that is just what they got,” said coach Amy Howard. “We had a serious conversation the day before about what we were [...]

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The Waconia girls soccer team now sit atop the conference midway through the season, after getting off to a 5-1 start against conference foes. This past week, the Wildcats went 2-1, losing to Holy Family while beating New Prague and Breck. The girls started off the week by traveling to Holy Family on Monday. The [...]

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The Waconia volleyball team jumped to an 8-3 record with a pair of wins, defeating Belle Plaine and Buffalo in straight sets, after its latest action. The Wildcats hosted Buffalo on Monday, Sept. 15, and though Waconia won, they dropped behind in each set. Coach Jim Lee said errors put them behind in each set, [...]

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The Waconia football team traveled to Litchfield on Friday, Sept. 5 and came home with a victory, defeating the Dragons 37-14. “We started off slow, but our kids did a great job of rebounding and not feeling sorry for themselves,” said coach Sam Baker. “They are hungry and sick of losing.” The Wildcats got off [...]

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