Wildcat football
The No. 6 seeded Waconia football team finished the 2013 campaign 1-8 after a loss to No. 3 Chanhassen in the first round of the Section 2AAAAA tournament. Traveling to Chanhassen on Oct. 22, the Wildcats trailed 21-0 at halftime. In the third quarter, the Waconia offense began to click as the ‘Ca...Read More
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With a 21-0 shutout loss to Orono on Oct. 16, the Waconia football team wrapped up the 2013 regular season last week. Finishing 1-7 overall, with a 1-4 Wright County Conference – East record, the Wildcats finished in a three-way tie for the bottom of the conference with Mound-Westonka and Holy...Read More
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With tough winds and a few too many penalties, the Waconia football team fell 42-28 at Glencoe-Silver Lake on Oct. 11. “We moved the ball well at the start, then just got negated by a couple penalties,” WHS head coach Sam Baker said. “Then we just got stuck on our own end with that wind.” [....Read More
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While it may not have been during Waconia’s week, the Wildcat football team picked up a homecoming victory last week by upsetting Holy Family 17-10 on Oct. 4 in Victoria. As the Fire celebrated homecoming last week, the ‘Cats were focused on making up for their homecoming loss to Mound-Westonka ...Read More
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A Waconia High School student was involved in an incident during halftime at the Waconia versus Mound-Westonka homecoming football game on Sept. 27 at Meuwissen Field. According to Carver County Chief Deputy Jason Kamerud, the 16-year-old male ran onto the football field at halftime and “mooned”...Read More
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For the fourth season in a row, Waconia fans were sent home dismayed after a homecoming loss last Friday night, as the Wildcats fell 21-7 to Mound-Westonka. WHS head coach Sam Baker said the week leading up to the game was filled with some of the best practices the team has had this season, but [......Read More
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