Watertown-Mayer girls basketball
Playing back-to-back games last Friday and Saturday, Jan. 3-4, the Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team came away with one win and one loss. On Jan. 3, the Royals were at New London-Spicer, when they were defeated, 53-38. The Royals turned things around the next day, though, knocking off Rockfor...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team won the championship of the Cloquet tournament during Christmas break, beating Bemidji in the first round on Friday, Dec. 27, and Cloquet, 57-56, on Saturday, Dec. 28. The Royals opened the tournament with a 54-48 win over Bemidji. They won the championsh...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team picked up a big Minnesota River Conference win on Tuesday, Dec. 17, defeating Norwood Young America at home, 64-52. However, the Royals also lost a non-conference game two days later when they fell to Delano, 52-47, on the road. The win over Norwood Young...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team got red-hot last week, winning all three of its games — two of them in blowout fashion — to move to 3-2 on the year. The week started with a 79-34 blowout victory over LeSueur-Henderson on Tuesday, Dec. 10. The Royals kept that momentum going two days...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team opened the season with two road losses last week. The Royals opened the season on Tuesday, Dec. 3, with a 55-32 loss at Dassel-Cokato. The Royals also lost, 62-54, at Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted on Saturday, Dec. 6.   DC 55, Royals 32 Dassel-Cokato h...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team will be a young bunch, but necessarily a new bunch, this season. The Royals lost only a handful players to a graduation, though a couple of them — all conference honorees Kate Theisen and Hannah Johnson — are significant losses. But despite returning ...Read More
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