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WHS National Letter of Intent Signing Day

Waconia High School is pleased to announce that FIVE of our student athletes signed national letters of intent to continue to pursue their passion for learning as part of a collegiate DI or DII athletic team. We celebrated the following student athletes Wednesday morning, February 5th: Max Kalenberg, signed with Southwest Minnesota State University – Baseball Carson Karnes, signed with Southwest Minnesota

Wildcats get big section win vs. Worthington

Worthington made the long drive to Waconia for a big section matchup, but the Wildcats came out with the win, 79-65. We once again had a fairly solid first half, especially scoring the ball, but lacked the defensive discipline at times to really put away a Worthington squad of good shooters. When we have discipline,

Wildcats lose to St. Louis Park

The Wildcats lost to a very tall, physical, and talented St. Louis Park squad in the community clash on Saturday, 58-86. St. Louis park presents a tough challenge that we didn’t step up to meet – they are very large and physical in their diamond and 1 press, and we didn’t deal with it all

Wildcats play solid defensive 2nd half to quell the Fire

Both Holy Family and Waconia shot the ball exceptionally well in the first half, but due to better communication, closeouts, and discipline on defense, the Wildcats had a better half in the second and beat the rival Fire, who has been playing very well as of late, 77-63. As per usual, the game was won

Spring Activities Registration Info

Waconia Wildcat Activities Department Online Activities Registration Information – Spring 2020 Dear Parents and Students: The Waconia Wildcat Activities Department is pleased to announce that the spring online activities registration for all 7th -12th grade students is NOW OPEN. The user-friendly online system allows you to complete the entire activities registration process and pay at

Wildcats lost to a tough New Prague team

The Wildcats varsity got outplayed in New Prague, a tough, physical team, losing 56-75. We struggled with foul trouble all night, and didn’t rebound well enough to run the floor effectively. More importantly, we weren’t tough with the ball – for example: down 9 to start the second half, we had 5-6 opportunities at layups

Varsity completes sweep of Hutch Tigers in a very…EXCITING GAME.

Well, that was a lot more exciting than we needed it to be! But! The Wildcats showed their resilience down the stretch after losing the lead to a tenacious Hutch team. We talked before about how no lead is safe against Hutch, and that proved to be true. We were up 10-12 much of the

Wildcats win big section matchup vs New Ulm

Our Wildcats journeyed to a, quite frankly, really nice-looking new school in New Ulm to take on a section opponent for the first time in this new year, and emerged victorious, winning 90-69. As has been the case, once we got going defensively, we really took off in the first half. We played what must


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!!