Saturday, March 25, 2017

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Owatonna senior Karissa Hilstad celebrates after Owatonna scores a point during its third game against Rochester John Marshall. The Huskies defeated John Marshall 3-1 and won 3-2 against Farmington later that week.
With a home win against Rochester John Marshall under their belts, an Owatonna 3-2 win at Farmington propelled the Owatonna volleyball team to a section semifinal bout against Rochester Mayo.  The week began with a home match against Rochester John Marshall, where the Rockets gave Owatonna a run...
Blooming Prairie High School sophomore Alec Ille earned a spot in the state cross-county meet, after finishing 8th individually at the Section 1A meet on the Northern Hills golf course at Rochester on Thursday, Oct. 29.  The state meet will be held at St. Olaf College Saturday, Nov. 7. Ille ran the...
NRHEG players celebrate after securing the 3-0 win against St. Peter Monday night in the section 2AA quarterfinals.
The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva Panthers volleyball team defeated St. Peter 3-0 Monday, Nov. 2 in the Section 2AA quarterfinals at Mankato East High School.  For full coverage Monday's game, as well as the rest of the Panthers section play, check out the Nov. 10 issue of the Steele...
Senior Lance Ulrich stands over Northfield’s quarterback and celebrates after a tackle against Northfield during Tuesday’s section playoff game.
The Owatonna Huskies have only been kept out of the end zone once in over five years of play. Last Tuesday, Northfield managed to do just that, holding the Huskies to a single field goal en route to a 15-3 section win.  The Huskies were heavy favorites going into the home game against Northfield....
Sophomore linebacker Perry Peterson runs past Blue Earth Area’s senior offensive guard Chandler Karl.
Despite a rally in the fourth quarter, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) football team still wasn’t able to earn a win against the formidable Blue Earth Area (BEA) Buccaneers.  Although the game, held at NRHEG High School, resulted in a tough loss and brought the NRHEG Panthers’...
The Huskies played a tough game against a worthy competitor: the Century Panthers. With the win, Owatonna claimed the sub-district championship title.
The Rochester Century Panthers gave Owatonna a run for its money Friday night, but as the game went on, it became clear Owatonna was the better team. Thanks to a slow, methodical offense and dynamic defense stops, Owatonna was able to shut down the Panthers 21-0 in the second half to claim the 35-...
NRHEG quarterback Palmer Peterson finds a hole in the defense en route to a 24-6 road win at Lake Crystal. Peterson ended the night with 43 yards rushing and 32 yards passing against the Knights.
The Panthers found a slow start against the boys from Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial, but controlled the second half, shutting down the Knights 24-6.  Guests of the Knights’ Homecoming game, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva made a grand entrance with a 17-yard touchdown run by Jason...
Runners from Blooming Prairie, New Richland and several other schools begin the 5K race at Blooming Prairie. Alec Ille would go on to win the boy’s race with a time of 16:28.
After finishing seventh in the Mega Meet at Milaca, Blooming Prairie cross-country runner Alec Ille did even better at the Blooming Prairie Invitational on Sept. 29. He captured first place, leading the Blossom team to a second place in the eight-team meet. Mankato Loyola/Cleveland won both...
Senior wide receiver John Cole bursts through the homecoming banner, which read “Here comes the BOOM! Homecoming 2015.”
Last Friday, the Panthers earned a win during their Homecoming game against LeSueur-Henderson and, although the home team lost some steam after a strong start, they still had some nice accomplishments on the field.   Early on, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) Panthers gained a...
Quarterback makes the exchange to Sam Hylle on a play near the goal line against Austin on Friday, Sept. 18. The Huskies won the game 77-41.
Anyone three minutes late to Owatonna’s football game in Austin last Friday would have already missed a touchdown from each team. That would just be a taste of things to come as the two teams amassed a total of 118 points in Owatonna’s 77-41 win.  “A lot of big plays from both teams,” said Huskies...

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