Posted On: 08/3/20 4:51 AM

With the 2020-21 season still months out, it’s time to take a look at teams from all over the State of Hockey and examine what happened this past season and what’s ahead. The next team we’re breaking down is Mound Westonka.

How last season went

After the White Hawks started strong with five wins in their first seven games, things started to take a turn for Mound Westonka, as the squad went 8-9-1 the rest of the way. The White Hawks did finish above .500 during the regular season with a 13-11-1 record and sported wins against eventual state tournament teams Mankato East and Hutchinson.

Mound Westonka's regular season was good enough for the White Hawks to earn the No. 5 seed in the Section 2A. They opened section play against a solid Armstrong/Cooper squad. As it turned out, this was the jumping off point for Armstrong/Cooper's nearly miraculous run to the state tournament as Mound Westonka's season came to an end with a 5-3 loss.

Who's back and who's gone

This White Hawks squad that competed last season is mostly young players. That includes each of the team's top four point-getters. Mitch Krebsbach leads the pack with 16

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