Twenty six members of the Wayzata Football team and Head Coach Brad Anderson joined the Wayzata Volunteers to pull buckthorn on Saturday, May 14th. The effort was coordinated with the Merrily Borg Babcock and the City of Wayzata Volunteers in Action. Joel Papa, Bill Berneking, and yours truly also helped to lead the group of young men during the session.
Dan Gustafson, Bill Berniking, and Joel Papa at the Buckthorn pull. Courtesy Merrily Babcock.
Your Wayzata Trojans football team won a back and forth contest on Friday evening while playing the Minnetonka Skippers at Anderson Field for the 2nd week in a row. Running back Austin Gordon rushed for nearly 200 yards and 2 TD’s in the contest.
Get your piece of history from the 2014 Wayzata Trojan Football season with the Official Team Yearbook. Packed with fantastic photos and game summaries, this collectible keepsake captures the unforgettable moments from the 2014 season including Varsity, JV, Sophomore, Freshman, and many off field memories. Produced by Wayzata football parents and Dan Gustafson of Wayzata.com & Rex Mills Printing, this year’s book is full of unforgettable friendships and experiences and will help you relive every moment of the 2014 season for years to come.
2014 Wayzata Yearbook flyer.
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Brandon Lingen, Ben Lauer, and Jeff Borchardt pause for a photo with the Little Brown Jug. Image courtesy Jaime Sherwood.
Congratulations to Brandon Lingen, Ben Lauer, and Jeff Borchardt on the Minnesota Golden Gopher’s victory over the Michigan Wolverines. Minnesota is the current holder of the jug with a 30–14 victory on September 27, 2014. Through the end of the 2014 season, Michigan leads the series, 73–25–3.
“It was a homecoming for Matt Lombardi. The long-time Wayzata football assistant and current Maple Grove head coach won the first meeting between the two teams since Lombardi left Wayzata four years ago.”
“Maple Grove broke open a close game at halftime scoring three second-half touchdowns as the Crimson beat Wayzata 34-7 in prep football. It was the first-ever regular season meeting between the two teams and the first overall since 2007.”
“Maple Grove (3-0) faces Champlin Park this week as the Crimson look to extend its 20-game regular season winning streak.”