Mound Westonka Boys Varsity Tennis

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Lee and Nelson participate at State

Mound’s Lee and Nelson Participate at State in Tennis Torsten Lee and Victor Nelson participated in the Single A Tennis State Tournament last week. The senior captains went into the tournament as the #4 seed. Their first match was against Carter Anderson and Ryan Osborne from Hibbing. The match was competitive as both teams played

Lee and Nelson Headed to State

Lee and Nelson Headed to State After a successful team season and placing second in section 2A team play, six players from the Mound Westonka Varsity tennis team went on to to compete in 2A individual sections. Representing the White Hawk were seniors Torsten Lee and Victor Nelson, seeded #1 in doubles; seniors Adam Hoogeveen

Boys Tennis Wraps Up Solid Season

The Mound Westonka boys tennis team finished off team play for the season. The regular season wrapped up with two final matches. First, the White Hawks faced off against Providence Academy and won 7-0 with strong performances at all positions. For their final conference match, the team traveled to Orono and took on a very

Westonka Boys Tennis Has Another Packed Week

By Jennifer Linder The week of April 30 was a busy one for the Mound Westonka High School boys tennis team with five matches in five days. The week began with a 7-0 sweep of Buffalo at home on Monday. [View photos of the Buffalo game by Dennis Hoogeveen] On Tuesday, the team traveled to

Lee is Athletic/Activities Student of the Week

The Westonka Activities Department is proud to name Mound Westonka High School senior Torsten Lee Athletic/Activities Student of the Week for the week of May 7, 2018. Lee is making the most of his senior year on the White Hawks boys tennis team. In the team’s first eight matches, Lee has played some very tough opponents with

Westonka Boys Tennis Goes 4-0 on Week

By Jennifer Linder After a loss in their first match of the season, the Mound Westonka High School boys tennis team came back with a four-match win streak. First up was a home match against New Prague on April 24. The White Hawks came out strong with a 7-0 sweep. Next, the team traveled to

White Hawks Boys Tennis (Finally) Starts Season

By Jennifer Linder After a cold and snowy start to spring, the Mound Westonka High School boys tennis team finally took to the courts April 20 and got in their first match of the season. With five of their previous matches canceled or postponed due to weather, the courts finally dried off, and the varsity

Paul, Reinbold Named Section 2A Tennis Coaches of the Year

By Jennifer Linder White Hawks head coach Robert Paul and assistant coach Brent Reinbold learned over the weekend that they were named Section 2A Boys Tennis Coaches of the Year, as voted by section coaches. This recognition follows an outstanding season for the Mound Westonka High School boys tennis team. After completing the regular season

Boys Tennis Ends Regular Season 14-2

The Mound Westonka High School boys tennis team finished up regular season play going 1-2 in their last three matches. First up for the White Hawks was a tough match for the Wright County Conference Championship at home on May 9 against undefeated Orono. The boys fought hard but lost 1-6, with the only win

Thirteen Wins, Zero Losses for MWHS Boys Tennis

By Jennifer Linder The Mound Westonka High School boys tennis team continued its undefeated season by tacking on three more wins. The White Hawks are now ranked No. 7 in state in Class A. First up for the White Hawks was a match against Hutchinson on April 27. The Tigers were scheduled to play at