Wayzata is a premier suburb located 11 miles west of downtown Minneapolis. With a population of 4,500 people, Wayzata is a tight-knit community which is known for its vibrant downtown and picturesque setting on Lake Minnetonka. A popular destination for visitors, Wayzata’s downtown is home to a number of specialty shops, boutiques, professional services, and restaurants.

Sunday, November 10, 2019

See you at the Bank! Wayzata 38, Centennial 21

Wayzata remains unbeaten with a big win in the State Quarterfinals over Centennial. Lambert Brown, Drew Berkland, and Tom Schmidt join's Dan Gustafson to discuss the win. Trojans will play in the State Semi-Finals at US Bank next Friday night! Sponsor:

Thursday, November 07, 2019

Wayzata 3, Elk River 0 in State Volleyball Quarterfinal

Wayzata High School Volleyball defeats Elk River in convincing fashion after a bit of a nervous start.'s Dan Gustafson recaps the action and brings you the Scott Jackson, Elizabeth Helmich, and Gabby Tolander press conference. Sponsor:

Tuesday, November 05, 2019

2019 Wayzata School Board Election Results's Dan Gustafson reviews the 2019 Wayzata School Board Election results. Wayzata voters largely happy with current school board re-electing Linda Cohen, Cheryl Bottger Polzin, and Bonita Lucky. Vacant seat filled by newcomer Seanne Hanke Falconer who shared her thoughts on the win via telephone on election night. Sponsor:

Monday, November 04, 2019

Bird's eye view of the Wayzata Water Tower

Get a bird's eye view of the City of Wayzata (Local Government)'s Water Tower which has been freshly painted! Installed in 1986 the structure is painted about every 15 years and holds 500,000 gallons of water. Thanks to Mike Kelly at the City for the information! Sponsor:

Emily Fair - Wayzata School Board Candidate

Emily Fair is running for Wayzata Public Schools school board and joins's Dan Gustafson to discuss her campaign. For more information on Fair, visit

Sunday, November 03, 2019

Wayzata Football advances to State with 56-20 win over East Ridge's Dan Gustafson interviews Anthony Ukofia, Peter Melquist, Christian Vasser and Lambert Brown about Wayzata Football's 56-20 win over East Ridge. Sponsor:

Highlights from the 56-20 win over East Ridge

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Racist graffiti under investigation at Wayzata High School

Wayzata High School and Plymouth Police are conducting an investigation into racist graffiti which marred the building earlier this week.

Administrators including Principal Scott Gengler were quick to denounce the attack and issued the statement below.
Racist graffiti was painted on the side of the Wayzata High School. © 2019, All rights reserved. No portion of this article or photograph may be reproduced or re-transmitted without written authorization.

Dear WHS Students and Families,

It has been an outstanding start to the school year. Our students, staff and school community are experiencing success in a number of areas. I was disheartened and deeply disappointed to learn that our positive start was tainted by racial graffiti found on the side of the high school this morning. Please know that this behavior will absolutely not be tolerated, and we are working diligently to remove it as quickly as possible.

We work hard to promote a culture of kindness, belonging and mutual respect and there is no place for actions like this in our school. In cooperation with Plymouth Police, a thorough investigation is underway and rest assured we will exhaust our resources to get to the bottom of it. Anyone found to be involved will receive appropriate consequences.

It's my top priority to provide a supportive environment so all students feel safe and welcome at school. We will continue to build relationships with and among students, staff and families to ensure that behavior like this doesn't exist at Wayzata High School.

Thank you for your support. Remember that we are always here for you and your student, and ready to listen and help.

Scott Gengler

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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Guardians of the Lake - the fight against zebra mussels

From the University of Minnesota: "Life in Minnesota depends on water. But zebra mussels and other aquatic invasive species are having a devastating effect on the state’s lakes and the businesses and recreation that depend on them. A project on Lake Minnetonka is looking for solutions to control zebra mussel populations and improve the health of the lake. It’s a collaboration between the one-of-a kind Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center at the University of Minnesota and the US Geological Survey. If successful, the treatment could provide a blueprint for preserving this treasured resource."

Saturday, October 26, 2019

Wayzata 35, Eagan 7 in Section opener

Luke Bodine, Joe Demro, Jordan Halverson, and Lambert Brown join's Dan Gustafson to discuss the win over Eagan in the first round of Section play as the Trojans move to 9-0 on the season.

Friday, October 25, 2019

Vishala Kamojjala - Wayzata School Board Candidate

Vishala Kamojjala is running for Wayzata School Board and takes a moment to discuss her campaign with's Dan Gustafson. For more info on Kamojjala, visit:


City hosts Senate Bonding Committee, seeks $10,000,000 for Lake Effect

The City of Wayzata's Mayor Ken Willcox and City Manager Jeff Dahl present information about the Lake Effect to the Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee including a request for $10,000,000 of the $20,000,000 total budget to help fund the shovel ready project.

Completed design work includes increased public access to Lake Minnetonka, a boardwalk, restoration of the Section Foreman House, ADA compliant railroad crossings, a plaza park, public restrooms Dakota Rail Trail improvements, and more.

For more info on the Lake Effect project, visit:

#3 Ranked Wayzata Volleyball moves to 26-3 with Section win over Coon Rapids

#3 Ranked Wayzata High School Volleyball defeated Coon Rapids In the 2nd round of the Section 5AAA Tournament: 25-16, 25-9 to move to 26-3 on the season.

Join's Dan Gustafson as he interviews Seniors Kate Long, Lily Emlong, and Head Coach Scott Jackson.