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The 2013-14 Waconia wrestling team set high expectations for this season with a talented group of wrestlers that also boasted some experience and certainly lived up to the standard. Waconia finished the dual season 14-9 with large margins of victory over Marshall, LeSueur-Henderson, Tri-City United, Orono, New Ulm, St. Peter, and Norwood Young America. In [...]

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The Waconia girls’ basketball team sure put its name on the map of talented Minnesota teams this season. Featured in various news and television outlets, the Wildcats were well-deserving, joining some of the top-ranked national teams in terms of scoring. After the 2013-14 season, where the Wildcats finished 10-16 overall, the team is now on [...]

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The standard of Waconia boys’ basketball success was not broken this season, as the Wildcats battled for their sixth straight WCC championship and played in their fourth consecutive section championship. Although the team fell short of both a conference championship and a state berth, there is still plenty to be proud of and remember. In [...]

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The Watertown-Mayer/Waconia/Delano boys’ swimming and diving team has put another successful season under the belts of their swim gear. In the 2013-14 season, the Royals picked up many wins, including kicking off the season with a win over Hutchinson on Dec. 12, and defeating Orono by one point later in the season. The Royals finished [...]

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With no upperclassmen to speak of on the Waconia gymnastics team, head coach Molly Oscarson wasn’t sure what to expect at the beginning of the 2013-14 season. But the varsity regulars, including Abby Fahrenkamp,  Ella Hommer, Raven Concaghblount, Grace Edsill, and Katie Fahrenkamp and Rachel Runyon, quickly proved they didn’t need upperclassmen to lead the [...]

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With a 16-9-1 record, the Holy Family/Waconia Wildfire girls’ hockey team may have not had the breakout season they’d hoped for, but the Wildfire certainly put another solid season on the books and continue to build for the future. “My expectations for this team were higher as we started the season,” head coach Ryan Rice [...]

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