Wildcat girls’ basketball
The Waconia girls basketball team topped 100 points in each of its games last week, defeating Blake 113-36 at home on Dec. 2, then losing at home to 110-101 to Chanhassen on Dec. 4. WHS vs. Blake The Wildcats came out of the gate strong and refused to allow Blake to get in any rhythm. [...]...Read More
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The Waconia girls basketball team got off to a strong start this past weekend, defeating two tough opponents. The Wildcats opened their season at Hamline University, defeating St. Paul Central 80-76 on Nov. 28, then besting De LaSalle 75-69 on Nov. 29. “We faced two proud programs that have won se...Read More
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Coach: Carl Pierson Assistant coaches: Anna Philp and Dustin Neibauer Captains: Anna Schmitt, Kendall Eder and Kelsey Eder 2013-14 results: The Wildcats finished 10-16 overall, but their record doesn’t tell the whole story. “It was an interesting season,” said Pierson. “We set a ton of recor...Read More
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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 Wildcat...Read More
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Holy Family Catholic High School proved to be a tough rival last week for Waconia High School, as the Fire took down both the boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams. In the Section 6AAA quarterfinals, the Fire eliminated the Waconia girls’ team in a 101-93 overtime game in Victoria on March...Read More
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The Waconia girls’ basketball team wrapped up the regular season last week with a win over Mound-Westonka. Defeating the White Hawks 92-78 on Feb. 28, WHS head coach Carl Pierson said poor shooting plagued the team early, as Mound-Westonka opened a 17-1 lead in the first five minutes of play. “F...Read More
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