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Congratulations to Wildcat Alpine Skier, Emily Gustafson (8th Grade) on her 1st place finish at the  MLK High School Alpine Ski Invite at Trollhaugen Ski Resort. Emily’s performance resulted in being named “Queen of the Hill” as her posted time defeated all competitors entered in the event! Well done Emily!!

Wildcats Sweep Delano

The Wildcats traveled to Delano, pre-SNOWPOCALYPSE, and emerged victorious with a 65-38 win for Varsity (stats and story forthcoming after video), JV winning 51-24, and 9th winning 16-36. JV – Sammy “Slinger” Brueggemeier, despite playing with a jersey foreign to her (mental toughness!), was a spark for the Wildcats getting 12 points, and picking up

Wildcats “weather” the Storm (pun run +1)

The Wildcats took on neighboring Chanhassen, and emerged victorious with a 92-75 win. It got a bit sloppy in the second half, due to an overabundance of fouls, and a game that slowed down quite a bit because of them, but the result was satisfactory against another AAAA school. Some team stats of note: we

Boys Swim Team victorious in First-ever home meet

The Waconia Wildcat Boys Swim Team hosted it’s first ever home meet on January 9th.  They were victorious, 107-63 against the team from Dassel-Cokato-Litchfield.  There were some fantastic swims from top to bottom, with many swimmers recording personal best times.  The meet started off with a bang with the Wildcats finishing 1st and 2nd in the 200 Medley relay. Junior

Wildcats Varsity beat Orono, JV and B fall

Wildcats win 79-58 against a tough Orono team. JV and B both fell, but updates will be soon (sorry for the non-write up today – gotta grade English essays for conferences coming up – write-ups will come within the next couple of days).

Wildcats sweep Buffalo at home

All 4 teams emerged with victories for a program-wide sweep on Friday vs. Buffalo. 9th grade was an intense game – 34-32 – that came down to the final play. While we missed many, many layups throughout, we toughed it out and made just enough plays to emerge with a victory that involved these final

Varsity and JV win hard-fought games against Mounds View

In a long day for the Wildcats, both literally and sometimes figuratively we emerged victorious over tough Mounds View teams. JV won 50-43. It was a really physical battle, and Morgan, Hallie, and Kiley had 11, 11, and 10 respectively. The JV had to up their defensive game and attack a very physical team while