Saturday, September 23, 2017

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(From left to right) Dan and Tamara Hoy sit next to their son Chandler Buckhalter as he signs his letter of intent to play college football at Minnesota State University-Mankato Wednesday at Owatonna High School. (SCT Photo/Josh Zimmer)
In mere months, everything that Owatonna’s Chandler Buckhalter knew about football is going to change. From the colors of the Huskies’ blue and silver, to the defensive schemes, opponents and even the game speed, there will be an abundance of change when he makes the jaunt to Mankato for fall...
Owatonna forward Dalton Kubista (20) shoots a three-pointer in first half of the Huskies'73-57 Big Nine Conference win over Northfield on Tuesday. Kubista led all scorers with 22 points as Owatonna won its ninth game in a row. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
The last time the Owatonna boys basketball team faced Northfield, the Huskies came out on the wrong end, falling 80-67 in Northfield. Tuesday, the Huskies hosted the Raiders and showed the growth that has been made since that Dec. 13 matchup. Powered by a quick 12-2 run to start the game, the...
Minot, ND- Members of the 2009 recruiting class at Minot State University pose for a photo after the final home game of the 2013 season. (submitted photo)
It’s officially that time of year… National Signing day. A day where hundreds of high school stars sign a piece of paper, yes that right, a piece of paper that will forever impact their future. This year, that day falls on Wednesday, Feb. 1.  First, congratulations to all of those who will be...
Owatonna goaltender Laura Ebeling (30) stops a Northfield shot in the third period of the Huskies' 4-0 Big Nine Conference loss to the Raiders on Saturday at the Four Seasons Centre. It was the Huskies' first loss since Dec. 28. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
As the postseason continues to creep closer with each game that passes, this time of the year often provides an upstart or a letdown for high school athletes across the state. For Owatonna's sports programs, it was a chance to keep its winning streaks alive. Wrestling Bloomington – For the No. 6...
Owatonna junior guard Jenna Zeman (30) goes up for a layup in the first half of the Huskies' 70-36 Big Nine Conference win over Albert Lea. Zeman finished the contest with seven points. (SCT Photo/Josh Zimmer)
Looking to keep the recent win streak alive, the Owatonna girls basketball team was at home Friday night for a Big Nine Conference matchup with Albert Lea. Owatonna started the scoring early in the first half and really never looked back. Guided by two runs that accumulated over 20 points, the Lady...
Both NRHEG basketball squads were in action on Tuesday night, with Gopher Conference contests againt Maple River High School.  Boys Basketball Maple River - The Panthers boys basketball squad looked to continued their winning ways with a Gopher Conference matchup against Maple River on the road....
Blossoms senior Marissa Larson (24) attempts to take a shot in the first half of Blooming Prairie's 57-46 Gopher Valley Conference win over Medford Tuesday in Medford. Larson scored a game-high 24 points, 17 of which came in the second half. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
Medford – The Awesome Blossoms were looking for a chance to get their season back on track after dropping two of the last three games. While it was a tight contest early, Blooming Prairie got the job done. Powered by a 16-0 run, the Awesome Blossoms (8-8, 3-1 Gopher) managed to top the Medford...
Senior Jenna Bogen (21) celebrates with Maylynn Prokopec (27) after scoring a goal in the third period of Owatonna's 3-1 win over Minnehaha United Monday. Bogen finished the night with a goal and an assist. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
Despite a 1-1 tie to Big Nine Conference foe Red Wing on Saturday, the Owatonna girls hockey team have yet to suffer a loss in thier last ten games. After a first period that was slightly uncharacteristic of the Huskies against Minnehaha United, the second period is when ice tilted to Owatonna’s...
Huskies forward Landon Thurnau (16) follows through on his shot during the first period of Owatonna's 11-0 shutout of Faribault Monday at the Four Seasons Centre. Owatonna scored six goals in the first period off 16 shots (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer).
Heading into Monday's game, the Owatonna boys hockey team was looking to extend its win streak to two games, but more importantly, get back into contention at the top of the Big Nine Conference. They did both. Powered by an explosive first period that featured six goals, the Owatonna Huskies (8-7,...
Owatonna senior Kodey Kiel (12) fires a shot on Red Wing goaltender Zachariah Harding (31) during the second period of the Huskies' 5-2 Big Nine Conference win over the Wingers Saturday. Owatonna scored three goals and fired 11 shots on net in the period. (SCT photo/Josh Zimmer)
In the opening minutes of the Owatonna boys hockey matchup against Big Nine Conference foe Red Wing Saturday, it appeared that there was still some linger effects from the crushing 5-4 loss to Rochester Century Thursday. After allowing a goal late in the first period, the Huskies needed to respond...

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