It was an absolute nail bitter this past Thursday between Waseca and Minnesota River who was able to squeak out a close 4-3 victory over the Bluejays.
After getting off to an early lead, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva boys basketball team couldn’t keep up the pace and fell to Maple River Tuesday night.
The usually dominant Bluejays wrestling team had an up and down week as they lost to Blue Earth Area this past Friday by a team score of 49-20.
It was a nail-biting team loss for the Waseca Bluejays gymnastics team as they lost by a thin margin to Blue Earth Area after a final score of 125.200 to 125.175. Although they fell short, the girls were able to boast several outstanding individual performances.
NORWOOD YOUNG AMERICA — The Waseca Bluejays Wrestling team captured a first-place finish this past Saturday at the 2020 NYA Central Invitational and were able to show off major individual success as well after Jacob Hertzog won most outstanding wrestler of the tournament as well.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva boys basketball team scooped up a victory on Friday night defeating Tri-City United 61-41. The Panthers led 29-15 at halftime and TCU was never able to catch up in the second half.
The Panther girls basketball squad ran an offensive clinic all over the United South Central on Friday evening as they ran away with a 71-27 victory.
It has been a difficult challenge for the Waseca girls hockey team to get things together defensively this year and it showed this past week as they lost 6-3 to Luverne.
The Waseca Bluejay boys hockey team put on an absolute clinic this past Friday on the road against La Crescent-Hokah as they defeated them 9-3.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva boys basketball team faced a nail biting loss on Friday night as they fell to United South Central 57-56 after leading at halftime 36-25.
It was a bounce back game for the girls basketball team this past Thursday as they defeated Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton by a score of 63-52. The Panthers are coming off of multiple losses this past week and are looking to turn things around now after this win against the Bulldogs.
It was been a tough test all season long for the Waseca girls hockey team as they look for ways to close out games. This past week the girls fought hard and feel short to a Minnesota River team who beat them 5-3.
New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva had a rough night on the hardwood against Blooming Prairie this past weekend as they were routed 75-26.
Blooming Prairie made it a difficult evening for the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva girls basketball team as they defeated the Panthers 65-46 Friday evening.
It has been a rough start to the season for the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva-Boys basketball team as they dropped another game Tuesday evening to Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton 68-50.
The Panther boys basketball team lost to Hayfield this past week by a score of 76-45. New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva was down 39-22 at halftime and were never able to make up the difference in the second half.
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.