Mound Westonka Girls Varsity Hockey

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WESTONKA ATHLETIC/ACTIVITIES STUDENT OF THE WEEK

Sophomore Grace Peterson is very deserving to receive the Athlete of The Week recognition. She is tremendously dedicated to the girls hockey team both on and off the ice as well as her other MWHS sports and activities. She is also doing an outstanding job in the classroom where she maintains an A average. She

White Hawks Girls Hockey Wins Opener

By Bob Kuehl The Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian girls hockey team won its home opener last Friday, Nov. 9, with a 6-1 victory over defending section champion New Ulm. A nice home crowd, including those in attendance as part of Grandparents Night, were treated to something that was missing last season for the White Hawks: goal

White Hawks Girls Hockey Set for Season Opener

This year is the 25th anniversary of girls hockey in the State of Minnesota and the 21st year that the sport has been offered at Mound Westonka High School. After partnering with Orono and then Holy Family, the White Hawks now have a co-op with Watertown-Mayer (one player) and Southwest Christian Academy (two players). The

White Hawks Girls Hockey Players Earn Year-End Awards

By Bob Kuehl The Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian girls hockey program held its banquet this month at the Lafayette Club. Awards were given out after the coaches and players celebrated their season. For the White Hawks JV team, ninth-grader Avery Finck was selected as Hardest Worker. Sophomore Chloe Kantola was named Most Improved, and sophomore Brita

White Hawks Girls Hockey Falls to Delano in Sections

By Bob Kuehl The Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian girls hockey team traveled to Delano on Feb. 13 to take on the top-seeded Tigers in the semifinals of the Section 2A Tournament. The White Hawks gave the Tigers all they could handle before losing in the final minutes. The first period was a back-and-forth game, with the

White Hawks Girls Hockey Wins Section Opener

By Bob Kuehl The Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian girls hockey team won its section opener on the evening of Feb. 8 at Thaler arena. The fourth-seeded White Hawks broke out of their scoring drought by defeating Minnesota River 8-1. They were running on all cylinders as they outshot the fifth-seeded Bulldogs 68-8. The Bulldogs scored first

White Hawks Girls Hockey Splits with Rated Foes

By Bob Kuehl The Mound Westonka/Watertown-Mayer/Southwest Christian girls hockey team knew it would be in for some intense hockey last week. The White Hawks’ two opponents were No. 9-ranked Delano/Rockford on Jan. 25 and 10th-ranked Proctor/Hermantown on Jan. 27. Both games were on the road. Thursday’s game didn’t start the way the White Hawks wanted it

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

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

White Hawks Girls Hockey Starts Year with Loss

By Bob Kuehl The first game of 2018 was not kind to the Mound Westonka High School girls hockey team, as they traveled to Hutchinson and were defeated 3-1. The White Hawks JV skated to a 1-1 tie the same night. The White Hawks controlled play for most of the first two periods but were