It was a tough going for the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva boys basketball team as they were defeated by St. Peter this past Friday 83-58.
Waseca boys hockey survived a nail bitter Tuesday evening against the Worthington Trojans and walked away with a 5-4 victory after three intense periods.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva girls basketball team suffered a 20-point loss on Tuesday evening as they faced Waterville-Elysian-Morristown.
MANKATO — The Waseca girls gymnastics team traveled to Mankato this past Saturday where they competed at the Mankato Invite against Mankato West, Mankato East, New Ulm, St. Peter and Faribault.
The Panther girls basketball team squeaked out an exciting victory over Hayfield this past Thursday as they pulled out a 61-60 win with under a second left on the clock.
WASECA — The Waseca boys hockey team put on a clinic against the Fairmont Cardinals this past Thursday, Dec. 5, after demolishing them 9-2 at the Waseca Community Arena.
WASECA — It has been a tough go around for the Bluejay girls hockey team this season as they fell in a narrow 5-4 match at home against Fairmont this past Thursday.
The Waseca boys wrestling team kicked off their season with a bang as they took third place out of 14 teams at the Tonka Turkey Tussle Saturday in Minnetonka. Of the 200 or so wrestlers participating in the tournament, 13 were Bluejays.
It was a nail biter loss for the Bluejays girls basketball team Tuesday evening as they lost on the road 64-59 to a tough Rochester Lourdes team.
The Bluejays and Grizzlies wrestling teams traveled to Le Sueur-Henderson to compete in a quadrangular with the Giants and Medford Tigers.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva girls basketball team put up a tough fight against a solid Medford squad but fell short Tuesday evening, losing 66-50.
It has been a bumpy road for the Waseca girls hockey team this season, but they came close to a win this Saturday before falling short to Windom, 4-3.
The first game on the hardwood was a tough go around for the Waseca boys basketball team this Saturday where they lost 65-49 to DeLaSalle at Champlin Park high school.
WASECA — It has been a rocky start for the Waseca Bluejay girls hockey team to start the season as they continue the search for their first win of the season.
NEW RICHLAND — The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva girls basketball team put up a dominant win over Kenyon-Wanamingo in the team's season opener this past Thursday where they won 71-44.
WASECA — The Waseca Bluejay boys hockey team started their season with a bang and delivered a home opening win Friday night at the Waseca Community Arena. The team went up against Austin and skated away with a 6-2 victory.
WASECA — The Waseca girls gymnastics team will participate in their first meet of the season on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School. The Bluejays are representing two captains this year in senior Maddy Reyes and junior Emily Farley.
WASECA — The Associated Press came out with the Minnesota girls high school basketball pre-season rankings this week and the Waseca Bluejays landed themselves within the top 10 for class 2A.
WASECA — On Wednesday evening, the National Honor Society inducted new members of the Waseca community at its annual induction ceremony held at the performing arts center at Waseca High.
WASECA — The Waseca girls ice hockey team hosted their first home game last Thursday where they lost to Rochester Mayo at the Waseca Community Arena 7-3.
WASECA — Bluejays Rachel Breck and Gus Boyer signed letters of commitment last week to further extend their athletic careers at the collegiate level.
NEW RICHLAND — New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva had its fall sports awards on Tuesday evening where they recognized teams and top athletes on their success on and off the field this year. The following are the individuals who were honored by their coaches, teammates and the Gopher conference.
Another cross country season has come and gone for the Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Bulldogs team which means it is time to honor those who have had a successful season on and off the course.
FARIBAULT — During the early stages of the season, with still only a handful of practices in the bank, the first set of games can serve a multitude of purposes.
The Waseca youth football program put together a minor signing day for six graders in the community for the second straight year at The Mill on Monday evening.
Along with winning the Big South conference this season the Waseca boys soccer team showed off impressive individual results as well. Goalkeeper Brock Bye earned himself the all-time single season save percentage at 87.9% after a stellar season.
High school hockey season is upon us and it’s time to introduce your Bluejay hockey captains, junior Jacklynn Jevning and senior Jayde Pederson. Both Jevning and Pederson have been working all off-season along with their teammates to get to this point and their excitement for the season is a…
It’s the most intense time of the year for Waseca fooball as teams playoff run begins to really heat up. The boys are fresh off their section championship win from last Friday where they defeated No. 1 seeded Stewartville 42-20.
Waseca freshman Ella Dufault had another impressive finish Saturday as she brought home a 16th-place finish in the girls Class AA state cross country championships.
Friday was a night to celebrate for the Waseca football team as they clinched the Section 1AAA title with a 42-20 win over No. 1 seeded Stewartville in Rochester.
The Waseca girls tennis team finished in third overall this season in the east division of the Big South Conference behind Blue Earth Area and Fairmont. The team was able to represent two of its members on the All-Conference team this year in Taylor Pfeifer and CeCe Huttemier.
The Bluejay boys soccer team finished in first place in the Big South conference with an 8-3-1 record. The team is also able to boast some players that made the Big South All-Conference team as well.
The Waseca volleyball team fell in its Section 2AA subsection match against Le Sueur-Henderson on Tuesday afternoon. LSH was the number No. 2 seed and won in three straight sets over No. 3 seeded Waseca. Waseca lost in set scores of 25-20, 25-13 and 25-18.
The Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton volleyball team looked for an upset in its section playoff against Mountain Lake, but fell short after losing in three sets, 18-25, 13-25 and 22-25.
The Waseca boys and girls cross country team both finished third in the Big South championship meet with great individual performances on each side. Freshman Ella Dufault has been leaving people in the dust all year and did it again as she took first place with a time of 18:01, beating the s…
The second-seeded Waseca football team walked away with an impressive 41-7 victory in its Section 1AAA semifinal over No. 6 seed Rochester Lourdes on Saturday night.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva volleyball team lost in its sub-section quarterfinal match up against Byron in four sets, 13-25, 9-25, 13-25.
New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva sent its cross country team to Blue Earth Area last Thursday and competed in the section race at the Riverside Town and country golf course.
BLUE EARTH — Fourth-seeded Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton football saw its season come to an end last Saturday in 50-22 setback to top-seeded Blue Earth Area in the Section 2AA semifinal.
The Waseca cross country team competed at the Owatonna Brooktree golf course last Thursday where the girls team took 10th place while the boys ended in 12th.
The Waseca volleyball team competed in its sub-section match against Sibley East on Thursday and they won in four sets, 25-22, 25-20, 25-13 and 25-13.