The Waseca Bluejays boys and girls hockey teams are a cooperative between Waseca, Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton and Waterville-Elysian-Morristown, and being the only show in town, the Waseca County News decided to do an All-Area Co-Ed Hockey Team for the first time.
Record April snowfall is hitting spring sports schedules hard and keeping many area athletes indoors and off the courts, fields and courses.
Even with the Timberwolves making the NBA playoffs for the first time in 14 years, I can’t help but think that the 8-seed is a disappointing conclusion to the regular season for a team that was supposed to win 50-plus games.
Nearly 12,000 student participants from 349 high school teams are participating in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League’s 2018 spring season, which began April 1.
With the weather not cooperating like it should, a lot of area athletes have been stuck indoors practicing their crafts just waiting for a chance to begin their seasons.
In an early season Valley Conference indoor meet, the Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Bulldogs boys and girls each placed fourth out of six teams at the event.
The Waseca track and field teams opened up competition at the Meyer Field House on the Minnesota State University, Mankato campus on March 22 and followed it up with another one at the same location on Tuesday. The girls team finished first in both competitions, while the boys took first and…
For Waseca senior nominees, Taylor Hiller and Jack Vetsch, it only seems fitting to be nominated together for the Minnesota State High School League’s Triple “A” awards.
With the recent news of Twins shortstop Jorge Polanco’s 80-game ban from Major League Baseball for using the banned substance, Stanozolol, and the laundry list of current “stars,” including Dee Gordon and Ryan Braun only getting longer, I felt it would only be right to address the true victi…
The Waseca Bluejays girls basketball team wasn’t able to repeat its state appearance last year, but the players can hold their heads high with what they were able to accomplish.
When a team makes a deep run in high school playoff basketball, it’s very often the seniors on the squad that can make the difference.
Another night of fast play and hard-nose defense led the No. 3 seed Waseca Bluejays past No. 6 seed Faribault in the opening round of the Section 2AAA tournament Wednesday.
Coach Kyle Collins and the Waseca girls hockey team began the 2017-2018 season with high hopes, but the Jays struggled to find a steady groove in a roller coaster of a season. Waseca returned a good nucleus of players (16) from last year’s team that finished 11-14-1. They scored 22 more goal…