Wildcat volleyball

While section foes Willmar and Prior Lake proved beatable to the Waconia volleyball team, it would be Wright County Conference champion Delano that knocked the Wildcats from the Section 2AAA tournament last week. Falling 3-0 to Delano on Oct. 29, the Wildcats held a lead in the first set, but the Tigers closed the set […]

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After a 3-0 win over No. 11 Willmar last Tuesday, the No. 6 Waconia girls’ volleyball team continued to push through the Section 2AA tournament, upsetting No. 3 Prior Lake 3-0 on Oct. 26. Hosting Willmar on Oct. 22, the ‘Cats made quick work of the Cardinals, winning 3-0. Junior Jessica Wolf and sophomore Makayla […]

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With a win over New London-Spicer on Oct. 15, the Waconia volleyball team wrapped up the regular season with a 21-7 overall record. A record of 9-1 in the Wright County Conference, the Wildcats finished second only to Delano (10-0). Notching their last conference ‘W’ of the season, the Wildcats took down New London-Spicer 3-0 […]

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It would seem the Waconia volleyball team has found its stride this season, as the ‘Cats rolled through Orono and Hutchinson in WCC matches last week, ending the run with a third place finish in the St. Michael-Albertville tournament. Defeating Orono 3-0 on Oct. 8, the ‘Cats took all three sets by close scores of […]

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Another “W” was added to the win-loss record of the Waconia volleyball team last week as the Wildcats swept Dassel-Cokato 3-0 on Oct. 1 in Waconia’s only meet of the week. Winning the sets 25-19, 25-20, and 25-18 the Wildcats were led by junior Jessica Wolf with 15 kills. Wolf currently leads the team with […]

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In a 3-1 win over Bethlehem Academy on Sept. 24, the Waconia volleyball team bested one of the top Class A squads in the state, the defending 2012 state champion Cardinals. “First time we’ve ever beaten BA on their court,” WHS head coach Jim Lee said. The ‘Cats were up 23-17 in the first set […]

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