Wildcat football
The districts are in. On Monday, June 2, the Minnesota State High School League adopted the District Football scheduling plan for the 2015 school year and beyond, as well as released the district assignments. The district football idea was approved by the MSHSL Board in January 2014 and will dissolv...Read More
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Waconia native George Wemeier has had a long and decorated football career. A member of the first Waconia High School Hall of Fame, the 1948 graduate has left his mark on football programs across the state ever since. In a few days, Wemeier will be awarded the 2014 John Gagliardi Football Legacy Awa...Read More
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Willems to run at UW – Milwaukee Waconia senior Lexi Willems recently signed a letter to the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. In a ceremony at WHS on Feb. 5, Willems committed to running cross country and track for the Panthers. Willems is a decorated runner, received All-Conference ...Read More
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At it’s meeting last Thursday, the Minnesota State High School League Board of Directors approved a plan, effective in 2015, that will drastically change how regular season football is played in high schools across the state. Many schools across the state expressed struggles with filling the regul...Read More
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After being redshirted in 2012, Waconia native Maxx Williams certainly burst onto the University of Minnesota Golden Gopher football scene in 2013. The 6-foot-4, 254-pound tight end played all 13 games for Minnesota this season and started seven of them. He led the team in receiving yards with 417 y...Read More
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While the season record may not show the growth of the Waconia football team this season, the behind the scenes work done by the Wildcats surely has. Despite a 1-8 record under Sam Baker’s first season as head coach, the Wildcats “really layed a solid foundation for the future,” according to B...Read More
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