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Lawsuit Brings Changes to MSHSL Dance Teams

Lawsuit Brings Changes to MSHSL Dance Teams

Sam Sklar and Mason Karg

April 17, 2019


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  “We are going to follow what the law says and the direction the Minnesota State High School League gives us,” said Wayzata Athletic Director Jaime Sherwood.   After the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals allowed an injunction in March, boys are now allowed to participate on their high school...

Boys Tennis is All Set for the Season

Boys Tennis is All Set for the Season

Sam Lavely, Sports Editor

April 17, 2019


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  Two matches into the year, the Wayzata boys tennis team is rolling off to an unsteady start. The first match of the season was on April 8th against Eastview High School. The Trojans lost 2-5. However, they bounced back in their second match against Maple Grove, winning a commanding six sets to...

Synchro’s Road to Another State Tournament

Synchro’s Road to Another State Tournament

Lauren Lubenow, Senior Staff Writer

April 17, 2019


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  Wayzata’s girls synchronized swim team is currently mid-season hoping to bring home their 13th state championship title. Along with a few changes, the girls are ready to bring their A-game with new routines and some new figures.   “The new figures that need to be learned and performed...

Mara McCollor Wins Individual State Championship

Mara McCollor Wins Individual State Championship

Sam Sklar, Sports Editor

February 28, 2019


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  Both the boys and girls nordic ski teams participated in the state tournament on February 14th at Giants Ridge in Biwabik, Minnesota.   After winning the state tournament last year, the boys were unsuccessful in defending their title placing 7th. Sartell/St. Cloud Cathedral took home the...

Tumblin’ and Stumblin’

Tumblin’ and Stumblin’

Sam Lavely, Sports Editor

February 27, 2019


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  The gymnastics team ended their season on February 14th, placing third in the Section 5AA meet.   It was a rocky year for the Trojans, as they fared very well in head-to-head competitions, but fell short in several of their invitational meets.   The girls won all but one of their head-to-head...

Check-ing in on Hockey

Sam Sklar, Sports Editor

February 27, 2019


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  The boys hockey season came to an end last Saturday with a loss in the section semifinals at the Bloomington Ice Garden.   The Trojans started out the regular season scorching hot winning seven of their first ten games. The team then came back down to life and finished the regular season...

Dance Team Makes History Against Eastview

Dance Team Makes History Against Eastview

Lauren Lubenow, Senior Staff Writer

January 23, 2019


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  The Wayzata Dance Team is cruising through their season and making history while they’re at it. The girls began their journey this season in late October with their light at the end of the tunnel being state in the middle of February. The Dance Team has one of the longest seasons at the high...

A Once In a Lifetime Opportunity

A Once In a Lifetime Opportunity

Sam Lavely, Sports Editor

January 23, 2019


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  Freshman figure skater Bella Golomb qualified in November for the 2019 GEICO U.S. Figure Skating Championships. This annual figure skating championship is known to be one of the most prestigious competitions in the country. According to the United States Figure Skating website, “The U.S. Championships...

Science of a Buzzer-Beater

Science of a Buzzer-Beater

Sam Lavely, Sports Editor

January 23, 2019


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  We are all familiar with the accompanying tensions felt in the crowd as a team comes out of a timeout, ready to steal the game on a last second effort. However, few fans ever question the components contributing to that shot. Wayzata boys basketball won their matchup on January 11th over Eden...

Girls Soccer Comes Up Short in State Championship

Girls Soccer Comes Up Short in State Championship

Sam Sklar, Sports Editor

January 9, 2019


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  The girls soccer season came to an end after an upset loss to Minnetonka in the state championship on November 2nd.   After taking home the section 6AA championship in a dominant fashion, the Trojans drew the second seed in the state tournament and a first round matchup versus the seventh...

Section Win Caps Strong Girls Tennis Season

Lauren Lubenow, Senior Staff Writer

January 9, 2019


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  Girls Tennis had a fantastic season this year, winning sections and competing in the state tournament a few weeks ago. The girls ended their season with a 7-9-1 record despite losing some players to injuries throughout the season.   Junior Maggie Wang said, “I think that it went pretty...

Girls Volleyball Set for Success

Girls Volleyball Set for Success

Sam Lavely, Sports Editor

January 9, 2019


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  The girl’s volleyball season came to a close last week as they fell in the section championship to Champlin Park in three sets. However, this loss came at the close of an impressive 23-5 regular season record, their best in recent memory.   Last year’s team was led by four seniors with...

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