Watertown-Mayer volleyball

Although the Watertown-Mayer volleyball team enjoyed some nice moments this year, inconsistency proved to be a decisive factor in the team’s success this season. The Royals finished 8-20 overall and were 0-7 in the Minnesota River Conference, placing eighth out of eight teams. Last year, the Royals finished 13-15 overall (2-5 MRC, sixth out of […]

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In its final match of the regular season, the Watertown-Mayer Royals volleyball team squared off against the Minnesota River Conference’s top team, Belle Plaine, and lost in three straight sets on Tuesday, Oct. 14 in Watertown. After dropping the first set 25-14, the Royals had a chance to walk away with a second set victory […]

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The season came to an end for the Watertown-Mayer volleyball team last Tuesday, Oct. 29, in the subsection semifinals with a 3-0 loss to Jordan. Except for a 25-12 loss in the second set, the match was actually close most of the way. Jordan earned a hard-fought 25-22 win in the first set, and had […]

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On Oct. 10, the Watertown-Mayer High School volleyball team played a home match against Sibley East that was hardly competitive. The Wolverines won in straight sets on Watertown-Mayer’s senior night, winning 25-19, 25-16, 25-19. So when the sixth seeded Royals drew a first-round playoff matchup at third-seeded Sibley East exactly two weeks later, on paper […]

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The Watertown-Mayer volleyball team closed the regular season on Tuesday, Oct. 15, with a 3-2 road victory over Tri City United. In a match in which none of the first four sets were decided by more than three points, the Royals fell behind early, losing the first set 25-23. However, they rallied quickly, winning both […]

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The Watertown-Mayer volleyball team lost its only match last week, a 3-0 defeat against Sibley East on senior night at Watertown-Mayer High School. The Royals honored seniors Chelsea Wandersee, Ashley Kelzer, Kianna Paulson, Britni Grossing and Amanda Wabbe before the game, and got off to a strong start. The Royals took an early 7-1 lead […]

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