Boys extend record to 3-0 with OT win over Eden Prairie

Your Wayzata Trojans boys basketball team won a gritty and thrilling game against rival Eden Prairie on Friday night!

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Boys Hockey starts 0-2 on the season at Turkey Trot Tournament

The Defending State Champion Wayzata Boys Hockey team was in action over the weekend in the annual Channel Twelve Turkey Trot Tournament.

Participants this year included Maple Grove, Holy Family, and Edina. The Trojans lost to the Crimson in the first round 5-2 and dropped another tough contest to the Hornets 4-1 in the 2nd round.

The Trojans will be back in action hosting Hermantown on Friday night, and then Duluth East on Saturday, both at the PIC.

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Wayzata finishes second in AA swimming; Quast wins three golds

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TwelveTV: “The Wayzata girls swimming and diving team finished second in the Class AA swimming and diving meet, ending the Trojans’ three-year run as champions. Edina won seven events to win the championship. Wayzata’s Carly Quast set a new meet record in winning the 200 yard freestyle in a time of 1:47:43. Quast also won the 100 backstroke and was part of the Trojans’ winning 200-Medley Relay team.”

TWELVETV: Wayzata wins state boys cross country

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“The Wayzata boys cross country team capped an outstanding season by winning the Class “AA” championship. It is the ninth state championship in school history. Three local runners finished in the top five.”

The win is the 9th state title in the history of the program and the 6th in the past 10 seasons.

2016 MN AA State Meet – Wayzata Edition from Brandon Heebink on Vimeo.

Wayzata Volleyball runners up in Section Play

The Wayzata Volleyball team finished a fantastic season as runners up in Section Play, losing to a very tough Champlin Park team in match play 2-3 sets. View the photo gallery here:

Coach Scott Jackson release the following statement on Facebook, “This afternoon, my high school volleyball’s team season (and seven wonderful senior student-athlete’s high school volleyball career) ended with an incredible five-set, 13-15 loss to a great opponent. My team left every ounce of their being “on the court” this afternoon. I typically am quite sad when our season ends. And though I feel some sadness tonight, more than anything I am incredibly and profoundly proud of my team. They played with true grit, togetherness, and emotional fire the entire match – every rally, every contact. I am lucky to have the opportunity to do what I do.”

Three Senior Captains–Morgan Baufield, Kate Berg, and Kenzie Groechel have played on the Varsity team since 9th grade, and were recently featured by Channel Twelve during a Sports Jam feature.


Brad Anderson steps down as head coach of Wayzata Football

Wayzata Football Coach Brad Anderson released the following statement this afternoon:

Friends & Family,

For the better part of 42 years I have been a player or coach in the Wayzata football program. The last 18 years as the head varsity coach. During my time as head varsity coach it has been an honor and privilege to also serve on the WPYF Board. I am proud to have been a part of Wayzata football and the WPYF Board for the quality of experiences provided to so many.

I have come to the decision that now is time for me to step down as the Wayzata head varsity football coach so that I may seek new adventures. Today I shared this information with the players and football staff. I am sharing this with you now so that you will know before it is public information. My replacement as varsity football head coach is Lambert Brown. He is a young coach who is passionate about Wayzata football. I wish him well and will do what I can to support him.

I want to thank every one of you. I feel blessed to have been able to fulfill one of my dreams by being the Wayzata head football coach and I could never have done so without your support. I am excited to follow other dreams and be open to what comes next. Remember, It’s the journey not the destination.


Brad Anderson
Wayzata Head Varsity Football Coach

Trojans 0, Eden Prairie 41

Your Wayzata Football Trojans lost to Eden Prairie 41-0 on Wednesday evening and fell to 2-6 on the season. Sophomore QB Keaton Heide and Junior QB Dalton Seesz (11) shared time behind center.

The #5 ceded Trojans will travel to #4 Centennial on Friday Oct. 28th 2016 to start Secontion 66A play.

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