Watertown-Mayer girls basketball
The Royals girls basketball team entered an eight-game winning streak after two more wins this last week against Norwood Young America and Le Sueur-Henderson, bringing their overall record to 15-4. WM 54 NYA 44 Despite missing several key players, Central was able to keep the Royals on their feet du...Read More
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  The Watertown-Mayer girls basketball team utilized the home crowd to its advantage last week, opening the season with three consecutive victories. The Royals defeated Dassel-Cokato 71-59 in the opener last Tuesday, beat Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 63-40 on Friday, and defeated Mound Westonka ...Read More
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Despite the loss of some key seniors, Watertown-Mayer girls basketball looks to build on a successful season last year despite the loss of some key seniors. Minnesota River Conference All Conference selections and sophomores Claire Killian and Kirstin Klitzke both return for the Royals, who finished...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team lost its first Minnesota River Conference game of the season last week, falling 65-44 at Jordan on Friday, Jan. 24. The loss creates a tie atop the Minnesota River Conference halfway through the schedule. Watertown-Mayer and Jordan are both 6-1, and Norwo...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team stayed perfect in the Minnesota River Conference last week, but needed some last-second heroics to do so. Claire Killian drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer from well behind the 3-point arc on Friday, Jan. 17, lifting her team to thrilling 64-63 win over ho...Read More
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After a cold-weather postponement left the Watertown-Mayer girl’s basketball team with just one game last week, the Royals made the most of it, knocking off Tri City United, 66-49, on the road. It was a late flurry in the final 30 seconds of the first half that may have made the biggest difference...Read More
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