Wildcat gymnastics
With no upperclassmen to speak of on the Waconia gymnastics team, head coach Molly Oscarson wasn’t sure what to expect at the beginning of the 2013-14 season. But the varsity regulars, including Abby Fahrenkamp,  Ella Hommer, Raven Concaghblount, Grace Edsill, and Katie Fahrenkamp and Rachel Runy...Read More
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In her first state tournament appearance, Waconia sophomore Ella Hommer represented the Wildcat gymnastics squad at the Class A individual championships last Saturday, Feb. 22 at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion. Hommer competed on the balance beam, after a strong Section 2A performance t...Read More
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After a tough Section 2AA meet on Feb. 14-15 in Mankato, sophomore Ella Hommer will represent the Waconia gymnastics team at the individual state tournament this Saturday at the University of Minnesota. Hommer qualifies after a second place finish on the balance beam at Section 2AA, scoring a 9.525....Read More
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The Waconia gymnastics team wrapped up the 2013-14 regular season with a win last week. Defeating Dassel-Cokato 138.05-124.75 Feb. 7, the Wildcats achieved their highest team score of the season. “It was a great meet,” WHS head coach Molly Oscarson said. “We were all very excited and pumped he...Read More
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The Waconia gymnastics team picked up two more conference victories in recent weeks, defeating Orono and Glencoe-Silver Lake. Hosting Orono on Jan. 30, WHS head coach Molly Oscarson said it was nice to be back in the home gym after spending the month of January on the road. “The girls have been ad...Read More
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In a week of uncharacteristic meets for the Waconia gymnastics teams, the Wildcats lost to Annandale and New London-Spicer last week, the team’s first conference losses since the 2012 season. Falling to Annandale 133.725-131.625 on Jan. 14, head coach Molly Oscarson said the team was just “off....Read More
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