Mound Westonka Girls Varsity Soccer

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MWHS Girls Soccer Earns Tie Against New Prague

By Colin Mather The week did not start very well for Mound Westonka High School girls soccer, but the last 10 minutes of the week were for sure a highlight! The first game took the White Hawks out west to visit Watertown-Mayer on a cold Thursday evening that felt like more like December 1 than October 1.

MWHS Soccer Teams Win Against Jordan

By Colin Mather Mound Westonka boys and girls soccer teams both earned wins against Jordan High School on Sept. 24. MWHS girls played first and quickly fell into a rhythm with good passing and attacking play. A goal looked likely at any moment, but the first chance did not go in until the 38th minute,

MWHS Girls Soccer Splits Games in Week 4

By Colin Mather Mound Westonka girls soccer won one and lost one in the fourth week of the season. The first game of the week was Sept. 17 at Waconia, who came into the contest undefeated after four games and had even tied conference powerhouse Orono earlier in the season. It was obvious early on

MWHS Girls Soccer Showing Improvement Despite Losses

By Colin Mather Mound Westonka girls soccer lost three games in a row in the last two weeks and fell to a 1-4 record overall. What gets lost in the headlines is that three losses have been by one goal and that the White Hawks have made great strides this year to close the gap

Soccer Spectator Guide

Varsity Soccer Guidelines  TICKETING & ENTRY Ticket Gate will open 35 minutes prior to the first game MDH allows a capacity of 250 spectators. If we get to capacity, it will be a 1 in 1 out policy. Stadium will be cleared, between both boys/girls games. Face Covering required to purchase tickets and enter stadium Tickets are

One Loss, One Big Win Start Season of Promise for MWHS Girls Soccer

By Colin Mather Mound Westonka girls soccer lost its first game of the season by just one goal under the lights in Delano on Aug. 28 . The game started with a strong wind in Delano’s favor, and they put MWHS under pressure right from the start. In the 10th minute, MWHS junior Anna Elliot bravely

MWHS Girls Soccer Kicks Off 2020 Season

By Colin Mather Barring any COVID-related changes, the Mound Westonka High School girls soccer team will have its first game at Delano High School this Friday evening, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. The team’s first home game will be Monday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m. Doug Lerfald takes the helm as the new head coach for


Senior Captain Ela Springer had 2 goals this past week, and is leading well.  Ela is always organizing events behind the scenes, building possessions from the back and always has a great attitude. Her heart to serve her team shines bright.

MWHS Girls Soccer, Volleyball Team Up for Breast Cancer Awareness

The Mound Westonka High School girls soccer and volleyball teams have joined forces to support local charity Hope Chest for Breast Cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and both teams are dedicating a game night to support Hope Chest. Hope Chest’s mission is to provide the quickest access to assist with the most urgent

MWHS Girls Soccer to Help Kick Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and on Oct. 1 Mound Westonka High School girls soccer will be teaming up with the Hope Chest for Breast Cancer Foundation to raise awareness and funds during the White Hawks’ home game at 5 p.m. The Girls Soccer Boosters will be selling cookies with 100 percent of proceeds