Mound Westonka Girls Varsity Basketball

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Girls Basketball Team Celebrates Season

By Tera White The Mound Westonka High School girls basketball program held its end-of-season banquet on April 7. The coaches honored each of their players in an inspirational celebration. Coach Alan Hiebert shared that the varsity team ended with a 15-12 overall record, which was the best record since the 2007-2008 season. In the tough

Jen Schaible is MWHS Athena Award Winner

By Becca Neuger Mound Westonka High School is proud to name senior Jennifer Schaible as this year’s Athena Award recipient. Candidates for this “outstanding female athlete” award must demonstrate excellence in individual or group sports. Schaible has been a standout athlete on the White Hawks basketball, volleyball and softball teams throughout her high school career.

White Hawks Girls Basketball Falls to Cooper in Section Semifinals

By Jason Hirdler The Section 6AAA girls basketball semifinals saw the reigning state champions, the Robbinsdale-Cooper Hawks, hosting the No. 4 seed Westonka White Hawks. On March 2 it was Hawks vs. Hawks – accipiter-femenino a accipiter-femenino. This year, the Cooper Hawks sat atop the Metro West Conference and amassed over 2,000 regular season points,

White Hawks Grab Tigers by the Tail

By Jason Hirdler The Section 6AAA girls basketball playoffs were underway Wednesday night, Feb. 27, as the Mound Westonka White Hawks defeated the Delano Tigers in dramatic fashion. This quarterfinal matchup was shrouded in playoff atmosphere – under the watchful eye of Superintendent Kevin Borg, who was incognito like Clark Kent at the Daily Planet.

Girls Basketball Teams Host Service Project

By Lorrie Ham The Westonka girls basketball program took part in a service learning project on Jan. 21 that went beyond the court. The high school student-athletes tied 28 fleece blankets and donated them to the Hennepin County Sheriff Department and the Orono Police Department to be placed in squad cars and given out to

White Hawks Girls Basketball Soars Past Rockets

By Jason Hirdler The final 2019 regular season basketball game for the Mound Westonka High School girls basketball team was played Feb. 22 at Rockford High School. Earlier in the season, the Rockets defeated the White Hawks in a close game, 58-54. On paper, these two teams were evenly matched up – both with a

White Hawks Ward Off Watertown Girls Bball

By Jason Hirdler On Feb. 19, the Mound Westonka High School girls basketball team hosted the Watertown-Mayer Royals. This conference matchup was the final regular season home game at the “White Hawks’ Nest.” With emcee Jeff Peterson and statistician Chad Mack (Truck) at the helm, the “raptors in red” did not disappoint. This clash of

Storm Cloud Looms Over Hawks’ Nest, Rays of Light Come Through

By Jason Hirdler On Feb. 16, the Chanhassen Storm came to the White Hawks’ Nest for a non-conference matchup with the Mound Westonka High School girls basketball team. The Class 4A powerhouse came in beaming with confidence and with determination, almost to the point of overlooking the home team underdogs. But they were in for

Dragons Fly Into Hawks’ Nest, Birds Conquer Dragons

By Jason Hirdler On Feb. 15, the Litchfield Dragons set out to annex the White Hawks’ Nest. The Dragons flew into the Westonka realm to seek revenge against the Mound Westonka High School girls basketball team and came in with determination. They exploded to a 9-2 lead and salivated at the fact that they had

White Hawks Girls Bball Flies to Panthers’ Den, Falls Short

By Jason Hirdler On Feb. 12, the Mound Westonka High School girls basketball team traveled to the “Panthers’ Den” of Glencoe-Silver Lake. The White Hawks set out to redeem themselves after their previously close defeat. Their loss to GSL (45-42) on Jan. 15 left a bitter taste in mouths of the hungry Hawks. But, like