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MWHS to Host Wright County Conference Dance Championship

By Molly Carlson The Mound Westonka dance team (MWDT) is a little over halfway through its season, and what an exciting season it has been! This Saturday, Jan. 20, Mound Westonka High School will host the Wright County Conference Championships. The Hawkettes have worked hard all season and are thirsty for a conference title. The

White Hawks Girls Hockey Loses Two on the Road

By Bob Kuehl The Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian girls hockey team lost games last weekend to a pair of Class AA teams, New Prague and Bloomington Jefferson. The New Prague score was 6-3, and the Jefferson score was 2-1. Friday night, Jan. 12, saw the White Hawks travel to face the Trojans in New Prague. Things

106 MWHS Students are Headed to State in DECA

A total of 106 students from Mound Westonka High School will be advancing to the state DECA competition in March, following a very competitive showing at the District III DECA Conference Jan. 13 at Minnetonka High School. Westonka was entered in all 41 events held at the district level, with 130 MWHS students competing. The

Westonka Speech Team Competition Begins Jan. 20

The Westonka Speech Team starts its competitive season this Saturday, Jan. 20, at Orono High School. Together with Orono Speech, Westonka Speech will host the Second Annual Odyssey Tournament. The teams are looking forward to an attendance of upwards of 400 competitors from across Minnesota. Westonka Speech will be bringing 50 talented students to this tournament

Schmidt is Athletic/Activities Student of the Week

  The Westonka Activities Department is proud to name Mound Westonka High School junior Teagan Schmidt Athletic/Activities Student of the Week for the week of Jan. 15, 2018. Schmidt is a member of the Watertown-Mayer/Mound Westonka gymnastics team, which is currently ranked fourth in state. “[Schmidt’s] leadership, dedication and gymnastics abilities make her the No.

Boys Basketball Improves to 9-3

By Tim Boser The Mound Westonka boys basketball team entered the second week of January with optimism as they prepared to extend their winning streak to 10 games, with three games in a five-day span. The White Hawks started the week on Jan. 9 with a rare home game against Hutchinson. Home cooking served them

White Hawks Wrestlers Pick Up Conference Win

The Mound Westonka White Hawks wrestlers wrestled six duals in in two days, picking up a non-conference win over Monticello and a conference victory over Glencoe-Silver Lake. On Jan. 11, the White Hawks divided and conquered, as the varsity squad traveled to St. Michael-Albertville to take on the host Knights and Monticello, and the JV

Girls Basketball Hosts Youth Night, Earns Conference Win

By Tera White The White Hawks Girls Basketball Youth Night on Jan. 11 was well attended and admission was free for the matchup against Dassel-Cokato High School. Westonka played a fantastic game in the 63-55 conference victory. Falling behind at the beginning of each half, the White Hawks played strong, largely due to great outside

White Hawks Boys Hockey Splits Week 1-1

By Bill LaTour Question … What do you get when you have a conference matchup between the Orono Spartans, ranked No. 5 in Class A, and the Mound Westonka White Hawks, ranked sixth in Class A, zero power play goals for either team, shots on goal separated by a total of one and a huge,

Don’t Miss the Hockey Against Hunger Food Drive Jan. 18 and 19

The White Hawks’ Hockey Against Hunger Food Drive to help stock the Westonka Food Shelf has become an annual charitable event that plays an important role in the Westonka community. Please come support Mound Westonka High School hockey and help battle against hunger. Anyone donating a non-perishable food shelf item will receive $1 off the