Mound Westonka Girls Varsity Swimming

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MWHF Girls Swim Closes Out Regular Season with Win

By:  K. Thomes The Mound Westonka/Holy Family (MWHF) girls swim team brought the abbreviated regular season to a close with a win against Dassel-Cokato on Oct. 13.    The evening commenced with first- and second-place finishes for MWHF in the Medley Relay. Sophomore Jaylyn Storm, eighth-grader Annemarie Johnson, sophomore Annie Springer and junior Kathryn Collins out-touched teammates

MWHF Girls Swim Defeats New Prague

By K. Thomes Another win for the Mound Westonka Holy Family girls swim team as they hosted New Prague on Oct. 6. The Medley Relay team of senior captain Ava Kittelson, sophomore Kate Johnston, senior captain Alyssa Bourdon and ninth-grader Catherine Dueck kicked the evening off with a first-place finish. Then sisters sophomore Kristin Collins

Girls Swim and Dive Falls to Hutchinson

By:  K. Thomes It’s never an easy day in the pool against the Hutchinson Tigers, a team that left the 2019 state tournament as champions in seven of 11 events. Though Mound Westonka/Holy Family brought its A-game Sept. 24, it wasn’t enough to take down the Tigers.   MWHF junior Ellen Ries started the evening with a first-place finish in

Busy Week for MWHF Girls Swim and Dive

By K. Thomes It was a busy week for the Mound Westonka/Holy Family (MWHF) girls swim and dive. The team lost its first contest of the season at the 2019 No. 3-ranked Delano on Sept. 15 and won at home against Waconia on Sept. 17. MWHF is without divers this season, resulting in all diving

MWHF Girls Swim Moves to 3-0

By Kelley Thomes Ries It’s a 3-0 season for coach Ben Hanson’s Mound Westonka/Holy Family (MWHF) girls swim and dive team. Hosting the Orono Spartans on Sept. 10, the White Hawks pulled out a 177-176 win. MWHF is without divers this season, resulting in all diving points awarded to Orono. The evening started with a

A 2-0 Season Start for MWHF Girls Swim and Dive

By K. Thomes Coach Ben Hanson’s Mound Westonka Holy Family (MWHF) girls swim and dive season is off to another strong 2-0 start. New to the team, Holy Family ninth-graders Catherine Dueck, Claire Duncan and Abigail Ries, along with Mound Westonka eighth-grader Camille Ness, are expected to bring additional depth to the varsity roster. “We

White Hawks Swimmers and Divers Celebrate Season

By Lindsey Storm The Mound Westonka-Holy Family girls swim and dive team celebrated another record-breaking season at the end of the season banquet hosted at the Lafayette Club on Dec. 7. Coach Ben Hanson opened the award show with highlights of the season. This was Hanson’s third season as head coach for the White Hawks.

White Hawks Swimmers Receive All-State Honors, Break Records at State Championships

By Lindsey Storm The Mound Westonka/Holy Family White Hawks sent eight swimmers to the state championships held Nov. 14-16 at the University of Minnesota Jean K Freeman Aquatic Center. The team qualified for the state meet in all three relays, and two White Hawks swimmers qualified in three individual events. The team walked away from

White Hawks Swimmers Advance to State Meet

By Lindsey Storm The White Hawks girls swim and diving team has had a busy couple of weeks with fierce competition. The conference and section teams that they compete against are some of the toughest teams in the state, with four teams (Hutchinson, Delano, Mound Westonka/Holy Family and Orono) ranking in the Top 10. The

White Hawks JV Swimmers Get Personal Best Times at Conference Meet

By Lindsey Storm White Hawks swimmers traveled to New Prague on Oct. 21 to compete in the JV conference meet. Most of the swimmers shaved time off their personal best time and did an amazing job at their last meet of the season! The meet started off with a first-place win in the 200 medley relay.