Wayzata

This could be a championship season for the Wayzata High girls hockey team if all the pieces fall into place. The Trojans are off to a 3-1 start with captains Sophia Shaver, Izzy Shannon and Paige Sorensen leading the way. Shaver was Wayzata’s leading scorer and an All-Lake Conference player last season. She is in […]

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Wayzata High’s drive to a state Class AA runner-up finish helped produce three All-Lake Conference selections this fall. Seniors David Almaer, Arthur Parens and Clayton Smith are Wayzata’s selections. Junior Troy Louwagie and seniors Clay Elmore and Lewis O’Connor earned All-Lake honorable mention. Almaer was the key to Wayzata’s defense as a center back. He […]

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The state Class AA girls hockey rankings could soon become a Lake Conference monopoly, following Eden Prairie’s 4-3 victory over Hill-Murray last week. Going into that game, Eden Prairie was ranked No. 2 and Hill-Murray was No. 1. Wayzata, Edina and Minnetonka – all from the Lake Conference – were the other teams in the […]

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An exhibit featuring work by St. Paul photographer Chris Faust opens Monday, Dec. 1, in the Studio Corridor at Minnetonka Center for Arts, 2240 North Shore Dr., Wayzata. “Images of Henry Bosse: Historic Views of the Mississippi Re-Photographed” runs through Thursday, Jan. 15. Working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to accurately map the […]

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Wayzata based theatre company prepares for three shows of ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’  Director Charlie Leonard arrives early to the practice space at Blue Water Theatre Co. In the middle of discussing the newest production from the Wayzata-based theatre company, Leonard lets a few of the early arriving actors in on a startling realization. “Hey […]

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Children from Minneapolis’ Tubman Center met in Wayzata for an unveiling of their work  A row of large poster boards cloaked under black fabric sat under the bright showroom lights of a Wayzata auto dealership. As each board was unveiled, the kids visiting from the Harriet Tubman Center in Minneapolis grew more excited. Shouts of […]

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Wayzata Public Schools Supt. Chace Anderson was recently selected by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the first-ever National Connected Superintendents Summit in Washington D.C. Anderson was one of 117 school leaders chosen nationwide to attend the White House summit Nov. 19. Anderson and the other superintendents were recognized for their leadership in […]

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