Watertown-Mayer girls basketball

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 later when they […]

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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 held Watertown-Mayer to a single basket in the […]

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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 most of their players from last year, […]

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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team’s 13-15 record this year might not have been quite what the team was hoping for, but the progress his team made during the season and the way his team finished the year still left head coach John Rosholt pleased. Despite losing its star forward to injury roughly midway through the […]

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This year, the Watertown Mayer boys’ and girls’ basketball teams raised $3,842 for Angel Foundation during their cancer fundraiser games in mid February. The student athletes want to take the opportunity to thank the communities of Watertown and Mayer for their support and assistance in raising funds which go to support cancer patients and their […]

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The Watertown-Mayer girls’ basketball team picked up a road win to open the Section 5AA playoffs last Thursday night at Mayer Lutheran, before the season once again came to end for the Royals with a 50-38 loss to top-seeded Providence Academy (22-4) at Dassel-Cokato High School on Saturday, March. 2. The fifth-seeded Royals, who finished […]

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