Watertown-Mayer boys basketball
by Ethan Groothuis Carver County News A mixed week for the Watertown-Mayer boys basketball team saw a close loss against Jordan and a trouncing victory against Belle Plaine, bringing the Royals’ record to an even 3-3. Jordan 62, WM 60 Despite a close back and forth game, the Tuesday night loss aga...Read More
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In its most recent action, the Watertown-Mayer boys basketball team lost a pair of games, the first being a close 59-51 contest at Litchfield on Dec. 2 with the second being a 62-56 defeat to visiting Mound Westonka on Dec. 6. With the losses, the Royals fall to .500 on the season with a 2-2 [...]...Read More
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  With victories over Rockford and Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted (HLWW), the Watertown-Mayer boys basketball team is off to a 2-0 start on the season. In their home and season opener on Nov. 21, the Royals defeated visiting Rockford 87-66. The Royals then went on the road and defeated HLWW 55-38 ...Read More
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With eyes on the pursuit of a Minnesota River Conference title and beyond, the Watertown-Mayer boys basketball team is counting on its returning experience and dedication to the game to be catalysts for a great season, which starts with the season and home opener against Rockford at 7:30 p.m. on Fri...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer boys’ basketball team remained at .500 (9-9) last week after splitting a pair of Minnesota River Conference games. The Royals opened the week with a frustrating 81-79 overtime loss at Belle Plaine. However, the Royals routed Norwood Young America later in the week, 67-36.  ...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer boys’ basketball team went 2-1 last week, defeating Sibley East and Providence Academy and falling to Jordan.   Royals 75, Sibley East 71 A close game all the way through, Watertown-Mayer trailed by as many five points in the early going and led by as many eight in the sec...Read More
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