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Wrestlers Receive End-of-Season Awards

The White Hawks wrestling squad held its end-of-the-season banquet March 14 at Mound Westonka High School, concluding an excellent season. “We had a great year and took another step towards achieving our goals as a program,” said head coach Todd Munsterteiger. “Now we need to follow it up with an even better off-season.” Earning team […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Compete at State

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team had five participants in the 2017 MSHSL state wrestling tournament. Senior Neil Schmalz led the way for the White Hawks, winning his first-round match before losing two and being eliminated. None of the underclassmen were able to notch a win at state but got valuable experience for the […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Send Five to State

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team placed 12 of 14 wrestlers in the Section 6AAA Individual Tournament Feb. 23 and 24 at Hopkins High School. Of those 12, five will be advancing to the MSHSL State Wrestling Tournament on Friday and Saturday, March 3 and 4, at Xcel Energy Center. Senior Neil Schmalz, sophomore […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Section Runners-Up

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team placed second in the Section 6AAA team championships, hosted at Mound Westonka High School on Friday, Feb. 17. The second-seeded White Hawks faced the seventh seed, Edina, in the quarterfinals and cruised to a 56-15 victory. “It was nice to get a big win in the first round […]

Wrestlers Place Seventh in Leopold Haglund Invite

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team hosted the annual Leopold Haglund Invite on Feb. 10, placing seventh. “I was a little disappointed in our overall finish, but we got a lot of tough matches in that will help us in sections,” said head coach Todd Munsterteiger. Placing for the White Hawks were: senior Bobby […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Dominate in Duals

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team wrestled five duals in two days to wrap up the dual meet season. On Feb. 2, the White Hawks hosted Glencoe-Silver Lake/Lester Prairie, Howard Lake/Waverly/Winsted and Edina in a quad meet. The White Hawks faced conference foe GSL/LP in the first round and, after a slow start, defeated […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Tangle with Section Foes

The Mound Westonka High School wrestling squad wrestled four section duals over two days, going 3-1 and finding themselves right in the mix with the top teams. On Jan. 26, the White Hawks traveled to Minnetonka to take on the defending champion Skippers. The White Hawks battled in the lower weights but found themselves down […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Lights Out at Home

The Mound Westonka High School wrestling team competed in six duals over three days, including their first home dual of the season. On Jan. 19, the White Hawks traveled to Watertown-Mayer for a Wright County Conference dual and fell to the Royals 58-9. “We definitely did not wrestle our best,” said head coach Todd Munsterteiger. […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Win Section Dual

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling squad picked up a dual meet win when they traveled to Minneapolis Washburn High School on Jan. 11. The White Hawks defeated the Millers 45-30 in their first section dual of the season. “It was a nice win in what will be a very balanced section this year,” said […]

White Hawks Wrestlers Split Duals

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestling team went 3-3 over the weekend, picking up a pair of wins in a non-conference triangular and going 1-3 at the Hibbing Duals for a sixth-place finish. On Jan. 5, the White Hawks traveled to Robbinsdale Armstrong High School to take on the host Falcons and the Andover Huskies. […]

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