Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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In addition to scoring six goals, Annie Moran also played some in-your-face defense that helped Owatonna limit Northfield to just one goal.
After a 10-point win over Mankato in its season-opener, the Owatonna girls lacrosse team proved that was no fluke by winning its second consecutive game by 10 goals or more, this time beating the Northfield Raiders 12-1 on Thursday, April 22. The Huskies got to a quick start. In fact, sophomore...
Owatonna's Trevor Hiatt maintains a narrow lead over Rochester Century in the 4x800 relay. The Huskies won the race with a time of 8:39.29, beating Century by just 1.26 seconds.
Baseball Owatonna 7, Mankato East 5 After the Cougars rallied to tie the game at 5-5, the Huskies scored two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and didn’t give up a run in the final four innings to score their third straight win. “Our last three games have been solid games for us with many...
Owatonna senior Jenna Spatenka tries to get around her teammate Kialee Kleeberger during a practice scrimmage on Friday, April 9.
There’s a lot of new faces on this season’s Owatonna girls varsity lacrosse team, but Head Coach Dani Licht believes the Huskies will be better prepared than most teams to handle that adversity. “I know for a lot of the schools out there the biggest concern was, ‘Oh my goodness, I lost a year with...
NRHEG's All-Conference pitcher Sophie Stork practices her pitching with her long-time catcher senior Cloie Arndt on Thursday, April 8.
Unlike most spring sports teams, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) softball team has four varsity starters returning and all of them have competed at the varsity level for at least three seasons. Not only do the Panthers have a good quantity of starters returning, but they also...
Center fielder Alex Miller, one of the two returning starters from Blooming Prairie's 2019 team, works on his hitting in the batting cage on Thursday, April 8.
In 2019, Blooming Prairie baseball went 8-13, but with a large group of seniors and two returning starters, the Blossoms believe they can do much better this season. Even though there’s just two returning starters and he’s one of them, senior center fielder/pitcher Alex Miller said that doesn’t put...
NRHEG freshman guard Daxter Lee (3) tries to drive past Blooming Prairie forward Mitchell Fiebiger. Lee led the Panthers with 16 points, but it wasn’t enough; the Awesome Blossoms won 63-60.
New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) boys basketball Head Coach Isaiah Lundberg believes his team can be a top three team in its subsection next season. A big reason for his optimism is the play of freshman guard Daxter Lee, who was the Panthers’ leading scorer with an average of...
Blooming Prairie point guard Bobbie Bruns gets ready to pass the ball to an open Megan Oswald during the opening minutes of the Awesome Blossoms’ Section 1A semifinal game against Kingsland.
Before the Blooming Prairie girls basketball season concluded, junior point guard Bobbie Bruns had already achieved a pair of distinguished honors. She’d broken the girls career assists record and she was one of only 17 girls basketball players from around the state to be named Class A Honorable...
Senior Payton Beyer attempts a jump shot during Thursday’s game against Lakeville South.
In a stunning upset, the Owatonna boys basketball team captured the Section 4A championship to earn its first trip to state in a decade. The Huskies upset No. 1 seed Lakeville South on its own court 94-85 March 25. “It’s pretty amazing. It has been 10 years since we qualified for the state...
Landen Johnson wrestles for position during Thursday’s state individual tournament. He went on to capture a state wrestling title in the 160-pound division.
After a dominant year where he won 34 of his 35 wrestling matches, Owatonna junior Landen Johnson capped off the season by winning the state championship in the 160-weight class. Johnson earned his place in the state tournament after placing first in individual sections, and he proved quickly that...
Freshman Samantha Bogen, sophomore Ezra Oien and senior Grace Wolfe share a moment together during a recent hockey game. Bogen and Oien proved to be big assets for the team on offense this season, coming up with 75 points for the Huskies.
While the team may not be heading to state this season, the Owatonna girls hockey team still has a bright future ahead of them, and this is in large part due to the young talent currently on the team. Out of the 27 players on the team’s roster, 17 are either freshmen or sophomores, and they already...

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