Mound Westonka Varsity Football

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Grades 7-12

Head Coach:
Nick David
(507) 412-9463

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Leonard Selected to Play in Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game

Mound Westonka White Hawks standout football player Logan Leonard was recently selected to play in the 2020-2021 Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game, which will take place on Saturday, June 26th. Game time and location are TBD. The senior captain adds this great accomplishment to a long list of football accolades. Leonard was a three-year

White Hawks Student-Athletes Sign College Letters of Intent

By Lorrie Ham Five White Hawks seniors have committed to pursuing academics and athletics at the college level next year. Grace Peterson, Logan Leonard, Carissa Richie, Josh Johnston and Brooke Pioske made their decisions official by signing National Letters of Intent. All were recognized by Mound Westonka High School on National Signing Day, February 3.

White Hawks Football Celebrates 2020 Season

The Mound Westonka High School football team celebrated another memorable season holding a Virtual Awards Banquet on January 17th via Zoom. Head coach Nick David opened the banquet by saying, “I am very proud of and thankful to all of the players, coaches, water boys, student managers, cheerleaders, parents, fans, game workers, and all the

White Hawks Football Earns Academic Honors

The Mound Westonka High School football team was recently selected by the Minnesota Football Coaches Association as a 2020 Academic All-State Silver Team. In order to earn Academic All-State Silver honors, a team’s entire varsity roster must have a cumulative team GPA of 3.0 or higher. The White Hawks boast a 3.07 cumulative team GPA.

White Hawks Drop Season Finale at Benilde-St. Margaret’s

It is not very often when high school players know they are playing in their last game of the season. That too was different this year. Mound Westonka Football had just come off an impressive win versus Bloomington Kennedy last week and were excited to make it to the second round of the section playoffs.

White Hawks End Regular Season on a High Note

This year, more than any other, teams are not just battling on the field, they are battling off the field.  Typical opponents are the guys in uniform across the line, but this year they are battling a late season start, early snowfall, limited practice time, rising COVID-19 numbers, mandatory quarantines, and countless safety protocols. On

White Hawks Shut Out St. Anthony Village 31-0 on Homecoming

Mother Nature was kind to the White Hawks when they faced St. Anthony Village for a belated Homecoming game on Friday, November 6th. While the sell-out COVID-19 crowd still left the stands somewhat empty, the 60 degree kickoff was reminiscent of the good-old-days when Homecoming happened in late September. The beautiful weather, Homecoming Royalty, hometown

White Hawks Fall to the #4 Ranked Fridley Tigers

The Class 4A #4 ranked 3-0 Fridley Tigers hosted the Mound Westonka White Hawks on Friday, October 30th for a 6pm game. The White Hawks, who were playing without several key starters, started off with a slow but steady first drive down the field, taking 11 minutes off the clock. Despite the solid march, the

White Hawks No Match for North Polars in the Snow

Minneapolis North came into Saturday’s game not only with an advantage having a record of 2-0 and three players already committed to Division 1 schools, but were also the number two ranked team in the state as well. The Polars are also accustomed to the snow and cold, and it seemed like this day they

White Hawks Gridders Fall to SMB Wolfpack

It is widely known that wolves hunt at night, but that was not the case when Westonka traveled to The Blake School to face off against SMB (St. Paul Academy/Minnehaha Academy/Blake) for a 1 p.m. game on Thursday, October 15. The SMB Wolfpack has played in the Class AAAA Championship Game each of the past two