Saturday, November 18, 2017

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Owatonna's Jay Sullivan (2) and Dalton Kubista (20) attempt to defend Faribault's Cody Ehlers (23) during the second half of Owatonna's thrilling 64-61 win Tuesday night at OHS. Sullivan and Kubista each finished the contest with 15 points. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
The last time the Owatonna boys basketball team faced Faribault, the Huskies came away a 63-60 winner. That was in Faribault back on Jan.13.  While Tuesday’s night contest would end in regulation, the finish was one for the ages. Owatonna’s Jason Williamson managed to block a Faribault shot with...
Members of the Owatonna wrestling team celebrate after beating Faribault 37-22 for the Section 1-3A title Saturday at the Rochester Civic Center. This is the first time since 2013 that the Huskies qualify for state as a team. (SCT photo/ Josh Zimmer)
Rochester – Since 2013, both the Big Nine Conference and the Section 1-AAA title has eluded the Owatonna high school wrestling program. On Feb.9, the Huskies won the conference, leaving just a section title waiting. After a 62-12 thumping of Rochester John Marshall on Feb.16, the Huskies were a...
Owatonna's Parker Westphal looks for a takedown against Griffin Ferguson of Rochester John Marshall during the second period of 160-pound match in the Huskies' 62-12. Westphal won the match 7-3. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
While the Owatonna wrestling team’s win was lopsided in part to five forfeits from Rochester John Marshall, the way the top-seeded Huskies performed, the forfeits may not have even mattered. Collecting four pins and a major decision, the No. 6 ranked Huskies dominated the Rockets 62-12 in the...
Owatonna guard Megan Peglow (4) tries to knock the ball away from a Spartan player during the second half of the Huskies' 52-41 loss to Rochester Mayo on Tuesday at OHS in Big Nine Conference action. Peglow recorded two steals in the loss. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
As the race to be atop of the Big Nine Conference heats up, the Owatonna girls basketball team played host to Rochester Mayo Tuesday night. After the first half, it was looking like a game to forget for the Huskies. Despite managing to claw back from an 18-point deficit at the half, the Huskies...
Owatonna forward Nolan Malo (3) drives to the basket during the first half of the Huskies 97-61 loss to Rochester John Marshall in Big Nine action Friday at OHS. Malo finished with three rebounds. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
In the biggest matchup of the season and against the best team the Owatonna boys basketball team has faced thus far in Rochester John Marshall, the Huskies were simply outplayed in every facet of the game. With a trio of Rockets reaching double figures, Rochester John Marshall coasted to a 97-61...
After hitting a reversal, Owatonna's Nick Staska (top) attempts to ride out Faribault's Josh Heyda during the third period of the 170-pound match of Owatonna's 40-19 Big Nine Conference win over Faribault Thursday at OHS. Staska won the match 6-2. (SCT Photo/Josh Zimmer)
At this time last season, the Owatonna was hoping to qualify as a team for the state tournament, only to have those hopes dashed by Faribault in the section semifinals. While it wasn’t for a bid to the state tournament, a Big Nine Conference championship and a presumed top-seed for the section...
Owatonna's Jenna Bogen (21) is hugged by teammates after scoring a short-handed goal in the third period of the Huskies' 3-1 win over Waseca in the Section 1A tournament Wednesday at the Four Seasons Centre. Bogen scored two goals and assisted on another in the win. (SCT Photo/ Josh Zimmer)
Coming into the Section 1A tournament, the Owatonna girls hockey team was in the midst of a three-game slump with one of its leading scorers in a drought. Both ended against Waseca. Scoring a pair of pair of goals and assisting on another, Jenna Bogen guided the No.3 ranked Huskies to a 3-1 win...
Owatonna goaltender Jacob Dub (30) protects the edge of the net in the third period of the Huskies' 6-0 loss to Chanhassen Monday. Dub would stop 23-of-29 shots he faced.  (SCT Photo/ Josh Zimmer)
If not for a winter storm, the Owatonna boys hockey team may have spent Monday preparing for its game against South St. Paul on Tuesday. Instead, the Huskies played host to the Chanhassen Storm. Instead of going into their game against South St. Paul with a four-game winning streak, the Huskies are...
Owatonna's Sydney Hunst (3) battles for a loose puck in the first period of the Huskies' 3-1 loss to Rochester Mayo Saturday at the Four Seasons Centre. Owatonna has now dropped the last three games.
After falling to Rochester John Marshall 5-4 in overtime on Thursday, the Owatonna girls hockey team was back at the Four Seasons Centre to try and stop a two-game losing skid.  Rochester Mayo, on the other hand, looked to make it six wins in a row. The Spartans made the most of their chances....
Kasson Mantorville's Brady Berge (black) looks for a takedown against Owatonna's Cade King during the second period of the 160-pound match in the Komets 50-9 win over the Huskies. Berge, ranked No. 1 in both Class AA and the country,  won the match by technical fall. (SCT Photos/ Josh Zimmer)
Kasson – The Owatonna High School wrestling team has been a force in Class AAA over the past few seasons, accumulating numerous tournament wins, most outstanding wrestler awards and state champions. The Komets of Kasson-Mantorville have been just as dominant at the Class AA ranks, winning the...

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