Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Sports

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...
New Richland -  The New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva boys basketball continues to show teams why the Panthers are the No.4 ranked team in Class AA.  Powered by Oakley Baker's game-high 19 points, the Panthers (14-0) managed to keep enough distance from St. Peter to win 55-45 Thursday night at...
While the Owatonna high schools girls basketball team was the lone team playing a rescheduled contest, both of Owatonna's hockey programs and the wrestling team were in regular scheduled Big Nine Conference action Thursday.  Girls Hockey Playing host to the Rochester Century Panthers, the Lady...
Just a year removed from a third place finish at the state tournament last season, the Owatonna adapted floor hockey team started off its 2017 season with a 25-1 win over Minneapolis Edison on Tuesday.  In Wednesday's home opener at Owatonna junior high school's gymnasium, the Huskies were on the...
Mankato – Sometimes in sports, luck is just on your side. It can certainly be used figuratively and physically for the Owatonna girls hockey team Tuesday. Originally scheduled to face Big Nine Conference foe Faribault, the game was cancelled due to an ice storm that has sweep the southern half of...
Recently hired University of Minnesota head coach P.J. Fleck speaks to reporters at his introductory press conference Jan. 10. Fleck comes from Western Michigan University, where he was 30-22 overall, but went 13-1 in 2016. (Photo courtesy of the Star Tribune)
Well, the hiring of P.J. Fleck to return the Golden Gophers football program to the throne of the Big Ten powers has been official for just over a week now. And, without conducting a practice, or even coaching the Gophers to a win, the 36-year-old coach is already making his presence known. In the...
Owatonna Brandon Moen (left) stands with OHS alum and 2011 NCAA Division II All-American Alex Meger after breaking Meger's school record of 199 wins.
Records are meant to be broken. It seems cliché, but it’s the truth when it comes to sports. Athletes are measured by their achievements. Owatonna senior and defending state champion Brandon Moen is continuing to bolster that resume. In Thursday night’s 43-30 Big Nine Conference win over Austin,...
 Owatonna senior heavyweight Goy Tut (top) works a two-on-one to breakdown his Albert Lea opponent during the second period of the Huskies dual against Albert Lea Thursday night in front of a packed house at the OHS Gymnasium. To force a tiebreaker, Tut needed to win by decison or greater. The senior’s 4-1 decision helped Owatonna come away with a win by criteria.
Needing to win the final two matches of the night just to force a tiebreaker, two of Owatonna High School’s seniors stepped up. With the match sitting at a 19-25 Tigers lead, Griffin Thorn – who was bumped up to wrestle at 220 pounds – was able to secured pin at the 3:29-mark of the match,...

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