Mound Westonka Boys Varsity Hockey

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White Hawks ‘Hockey Against Hunger’ Event Was Great Success

By Becky Moen A long tradition of community service and teamwork continues as the Mound Westonka High School girls and boys hockey teams held their 19th Annual Hockey Against Hunger Food Drive this past Saturday, Jan. 11. Generous hockey fans, players and families gave food and monetary donations during the full day of JV and

Come Out for Hockey Against Hunger Jan. 11

Come support White Hawks high school hockey and help battle against hunger. Join the Mound Westonka Hockey Boosters for the annual food drive Saturday, Jan. 11, at David M. Thaler Arena. For every non-perishable food item donated, spectators receive $1 off admission. Monetary donations accepted – all donations go to the Westonka Food Shelf. Games

Boys Hockey Tops Defending State Champs in OT

By Dan Schroeder The Mound Westonka boys hockey team heads into the final stretch of the regular season at 13-5-0 after a Jan. 17 loss to Holy Family, 7-0. But it was the game prior that brought the momentum up a notch, as the White Hawks beat the defending state champions, Orono, 4-3 in overtime on

Boys Hockey Has 2-1 Week to Move to 5-2

By Dan Schroeder The Mound Westonka boys hockey team took to the ice last week, after starting the season 3-1. The White Hawks were able to navigate a three-game week with a 2-1 record. First up, the White Hawks faced St. Paul Academy on Dec. 4 to wrap up a three-game stretch on the road.

White Hawks Boys Hockey Starts Season on Winning Note

By Dan Schroeder After one of the most successful seasons in school history, the Mound Westonka boys hockey team got the 2018-2019 season underway and are off to a 3-1 start. The White Hawks’ season began Nov. 24 against North Shore. This year’s team has many new faces, as the hockey program graduated 17 seniors


Congratulations to Senior Alex Farwell who is being recognized as the MWHS Athlete of the The Week!  He scored two goals in the opening game of season including his first varsity goal of his career.  Alex leads by example, he is highly competitive and his effort is never in question.  Alex is a complete student athlete, he leads