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Waconia’s girls’ track and field team narrowly missed qualifying for this weekend’s state tournament as a team, but the Wildcats are still sending five athletes in seven events. Head girls’ coach Christian Gilbert said all the Wildcat athletes were primed, ready to rock, and definitely were turning heads with their performances, leading to five new […]

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Waconia junior Meagan Rachey is headed to her second state tournament next week after capturing her first Section 2AAA individual title on Monday, June 2. To advance to the second day of competition, a golfer must either be a member of one of the top three teams from Day 1 or one of the top […]

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The Waconia varsity baseball team’s 2014 season ended last Tuesday, May 27 in a 6-0 shut out to Minnetonka. Battling to stay alive in the single elimination bracket of the Section 2AAA tournament, the Wildcats got four hits off the Skippers but couldn’t push a run across the plate. Minnetonka took an early, and permanent, […]

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The Section 2AAA boys’ golf tournament lived up to its reputation of being one of the best in the state last week, making it tough going for the Wildcats’ team. Junior Kendell Banyai was the only Waconia qualifier from the first day of the Section 2AAA tournament. In order to make it to Day 2, […]

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Four Waconia student-athletes recently committed to playing collegiate athletics at Division II and Division III schools around the country. Tommy Gove is headed to West Texas A&M University to play Division II men’s basketball, James Nash will attend Hamline University for Division III men’s soccer, Blake Pistulka is headed to Mayville State University to play […]

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After a tough start to the conference season, the Waconia girls’ golf team fought its way into fourth place, after the final Wright County – East meet at Burl Oaks in Mound on May 20. “We started the season in last place in the conference and worked out way back to fourth,” WHS head coach […]

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