Watertown-Mayer Sports

The Watertown-Mayer/Waconia/Delano boys’ swimming and diving team finished in fourth place Saturday at the Buffalo Border Battle and lost to St. Louis Park, 86-79, last Tuesday, Jan. 21. In the Buffalo meet, Fargo North came in first with 663 points, edging out second-place Shakopee by a single point. Buffalo was third with 599 points and [...]

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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 Norwood Young America is just a half game behind [...]

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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.   Belle Plaine 81, Royals 79 An 11-2 run [...]

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There’s no substitute for seeing an event live and in person, but for those who just can’t make it to Watertown-Mayer High School on a regular basis, watching online is the next best thing. Thanks to the school’s new partnership with highschoolcube.com, people will now be able to do just that. The school is easing [...]

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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 host Mayer Lutheran. The win moved the [...]

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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 second half before ultimately [...]

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