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Neve Named to Star Tribune All-Metro Football First Team Defense

Mound Westonka High School senior Jonathan Neve was recently named to the 2017 Star Tribune All-Metro Football First Team Defense as a kicker and punter. The All-Metro teams were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations. Neve led the state in made field goals this season, […]

White Hawks Boys Hockey Puck Preview

By Bill LaTour There is plenty of optimism at the start of any sports season, but this season the Mound Westonka High School White Hawks carry the theme of a new optimism for the boys hockey pucksters! The first new addition is head coach Jake Hindermann. Coach Hindermann has installed a new philosophy, not so […]

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White Hawks Football Celebrates Season

By Becca Neuger The Mound Westonka High School football team celebrated another banner year at an awards banquet Nov. 19 at the Lafayette Club. According to head coach Nick David, 2017 was arguably the best season in Mound Westonka football history. This fall, the White Hawks won their first playoff game since 1987 – the […]

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Snow or No Snow, Nordic Team Practices

The Mound Westonka High School Nordic team went out for a pole hike in preparation for the first snow with the Orono High School Nordic Team. It’s not too late to join the team! Skiers of all ability levels welcome.

White Hawks Girls Hockey Loses Opener

The Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian girls hockey team lost its season opener to New Ulm on Nov. 11 in New Ulm. The final score was 3-2. The White Hawks entered a buzzsaw, as New Ulm returned all but their starting goalie from a year ago, when they won 20 games. Their experience would show during power […]

10th Annual Spiketacular Draws Crowds

By Katie Jo O’Gara The 10th Annual MWHS Spiketacular drew a solid crowd for the championships on Nov. 9. The double elimination tournament saw some great competition leading up to the final match. The two teams in the finals were captained by the same captains as the final match last year. Team Larsen was able […]

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Nine Compete in Girls Swim and Dive Section Finals, Five Qualify for State

Pictured: new school record holders in the 400 freestyle relay Ashley Storm, Annie Springer, Ava Kittelson and Alyssa Bourdon By Rebecca Skelley Mound Westonka-Holy Family had a very successful Section 3A swim meet Nov. 9 and 11. It started with preliminary swims on Thursday, when 19 swimmers competed in one of the hardest sections in […]

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Flowers for Sale at Fall Musical on Sunday

The Westonka Special Education Advisory Council (SEAC) will be holding flower sales prior to the 2 p.m. performance of the Mound Westonka High School fall musical, “Sweet Charity,” on Sunday, Nov. 19. Flowers can be purchased for $1 per stem (cash). The money raised will support the MWHS Theatre Department. If you wish to preorder […]

2017 Nordic Ski Omelet Breakfast

Support the Mound Westonka High School Nordic ski team by attending the annual omelet breakfast on Sunday, Dec. 10. Enjoy a delicious breakfast, shop at an amazing silent auction and buy yummy baked goods. Auction items include restaurant gift certificates, rounds of golf, pontoon boat rental, sports tickets and more! The breakfast will be held […]

White Hawks Lose to Watertown in Volleyball Section Semifinals

By Tera White The Mound Westonka High School volleyball team made it to the Section 5AA semifinals, facing Watertown-Mayer on Halloween, Oct. 31, on the Royals’ home court. The season ended for the White Hawks but not without the away team putting up a battle that was not reflected in the three-set loss. Westonka came […]

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