Watertown-Mayer Sports
After a disappointing 5-1 loss to Belle Plaine Monday, the Royals’ boy’s baseball team put everything together last week, taking two straight from Jordan and improving to 6-3 on the season. On Tuesday’s, May 6 game against Jordan, the Royals received an A-plus performance from ace pitcher Mich...Read More
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Royals softball is coming off a tough week where quality opponents continued to squeak out close games. On Friday’s doubleheader against Le Sueur-Henderson, WMHS couldn’t get their bats going – in either of the games. After dropping to LSH in game one 5-1, the Royals stayed competitive through...Read More
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Alex Lewandowski will likely go down as the all-time field goal percentage leader at Watertown-Mayer Middle School. The manager of the eighth grade girls’ basketball team, who suffers from a rare physical and neurological disability, was given a unique opportunity to play in a game recently, and s...Read More
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The Watertown Mayer Youth Basketball Association, Watertown Mayer Little League Baseball and Softball, and the Watertown Wrestling Club are pleased to announce that they have joined efforts to create a new youth sports website which can be found at www.wmyouthsports.org. The website will be a centra...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer High School gymnastics team finished in seventh place last Saturday at the True Team state meet in Melrose. The meet is reserved for the top 10 Class A teams in the state according to the state rankings. Melrose finished in first place with 183.4 points, edging out Austin, which ...Read More
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The Watertown-Mayer wrestling team went 2-1 in duals last week. The Royals swept a triangular on Tuesday, Jan. 21, opening with a 34-28 win over Dassel-Cokato before closing with a 66-9 win over Big Lake. The Royals also tried to rally from a 23-8 deficit on Friday, Jan. 24, against Sibley East, but...Read More
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