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Seven sprinters with state-meet experience hope to make this a memorable track season for Wayzata High School. Long known for its excellence in the distance-running events, the Trojans have the sprinters to match this spring. An early start, due to no snow and moderate temperatures, have expectation...Read More
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Wayzata High football players Anthony Clarke, Tyler Didier and Austin Gordon are fast in their pads and even faster when they shed those pads for the track season. They are key sprinters for the Trojan boys track team, which has taken advantage of some unseasonably warm weather this spring. Wayzata ...Read More
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Wayzata High juniors Johnny Beeninga, Austin Slater and Jack Sowada have been named to the All-Lake Conference boys basketball team by the league’s head coaches. Beeninga, a three-year starter, led the Trojans in points, assists and steals this season. “Johnny had a great year,” said Trojan he...Read More
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How about the spring weather we’ve been having lately? I don’t want to jinx this for the Lake Conference athletic teams, but I did see my first robin last week. Last March at this time, the snow was still 8 inches deep and the only robin you could see was one in a birdwatcher’s guide. [...]...Read More
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In a physical and hard-fought battle, Wayzata fell shy of a girls basketball section title in a 58-53 loss to Centennial on Thursday, March 12 “It was a really intense game,” Trojans junior guard Annie Robertson said. “That atmosphere was just great. It kind of actually drove us to work even h...Read More
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Benilde-St. Margaret’s girls basketball squad made a strong run in the Class 3A, Section 6 playoffs. The Red Knights split a pair of tournament games and finished the season with a 17-11 record. The second-seeded Red Knights defeated No. 7 Mound Westonka 44-34 in the quarterfinals March 3 at home....Read More
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Ben Brancale, the state champion at 145 pounds from Eden Prairie High School, heads the All-Lake Conference wrestling team for 2014-15. The Eagle senior took the state 138-pound title after wrestling at 145 most of the season. “Ben became only the fourth wrestler in Eden Prairie history to win a s...Read More
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