Wildcat football

Despite a 27-7 loss Friday night, dropping the Waconia football team to 0-3 this season, WHS head coach Sam Baker said the Wildcats are making steps in the right direction. “We took a huge step forward this week with how hard our kids played,” he said of Sept. 13’s loss at Delano. While the Tigers [...]

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The Waconia football team dropped to 0-2 on the season last week after a Wildcats versus Wildcats match up against New London-Spicer. In their first home game of the season, the Waconia Wildcats fell 47-7 to NL-S on Sept. 6. NL-S jumped out to an early 21-0 first quarter lead before WHS was able to [...]

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The Waconia football team and new head coach Sam Baker began the 2013 season at Annandale last week, losing to the 2012 state qualifying Cardinals in a 41-26 game. Baker said with a lot of athletes making varsity debuts and the first game of the new coaching strategies, the game went how he’d expected. “All [...]

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Head coach: Sam Baker Assistant coaches: Mark Grundhofer, Mike Johnson, Collin Bender, Michael Johnson, Terry Gammell, and Nick Hackman Captains: Hunter Baumann, Cole Sawyer, Nick Hukriede, Charles Frempong-Longdon, and Nathan Glynn Conference: Wright County Section: 2AAAAA – Chanhassen, Chaska, Mankato West, New Prague, and Northfield 2012 finish: The Wildcats are coming off their first losing [...]

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After months of searching in the wake of Pat Foley’s retirement from football in fall 2012, the Waconia School District has chosen the new head coach of the Wildcat program: Sam Baker. Baker comes to the field with both coaching and playing experience. For the last two seasons, he has been the assistant head coach [...]

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Through heat, rain, and snow, Waconia head football coach Pat Foley has been on the sidelines of Waconia football fields. He has seen wins, losses, state tournament trips, and games won or lost in the final seconds. But after a quarter-century of celebration, heartache, and everything in between, Foley is retiring from the game. On [...]

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