Your Wayzata Trojans (11-5) basketball team beat a physically bigger Skipper (9-7) basketball squad at the Minnetonka Field House on January 26, 2018 by a score of 78-74. Connor Hale (pictured above) went 4 for 4 from the line in the last seconds of the game.
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“In this week’s Sports Jam Spotlight segment Jason Melillo profiles Wayzata girls basketball standout Kallie Theisen. The junior is one of the state’s top players and has helped lead the Trojans to a 16-0 record to start the season. The story airs on the January 16, 2018 edition of CCX Media’s Sports Jam.”
“The Wayzata wrestling team recorded 11 pins on the way to a 66-15 win over Hopkins. The Trojans have a key Lake Conference match ahead next week when they face Minnetonka.”
View Dan Gustafson’s photo gallery here: Wayzata vs. Hopkins Basketball 2017
Your #2 ranked Wayzata Girls Basketball team came from behind to beat #3 Hopkins at the Trojan Fieldhouse 70-66 to move to 16-0. Hopkins got a big lead right out of the gate:
Trailing by 15 points at halftime, Head Coach Mike Shumacher made a number of adjustments including moving to a 2-3 zone defensive scheme. “The key was switching up, getting to a different defense in the second half,” stated Shumacher in an interview after the game:
Junior Mimi Schrader’s baseline jumper with 3:31 left in the 2nd half to make it Wayzata 65, Hopkins 64 put the Trojans up for good.
Schrader led all scorers with 20 points, Jenna Johnson scored 15, Kaalie Theisen and Jasmine Smiley each had 10 points, Annika Stewart had 8, Alivia Arnebeck scored 5, and Molly Thompson added 2 points.
“The Wayzata girls hockey team scored three second-period goals to break open a close game on the way to a 6-2 win over Hopkins/Park in a Lake Conference game. The win is the fourth in the past five games for the Trojans.”
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“The Maple Grove and Wayzata boys basketball teams each reached the state tournament last season, but both have a lot of new faces in the lineup this season. One of the returning starters for Wayzata was key to their victory over the Crimson Wednesday. Junior guard Jacob Beninga scored 31 points as the Wayzata Trojans raced out to a lead. Later, Wayzata had to pull away late to beat Maple Grove 60-52.“
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