Sunday, March 26, 2017

Steele County Times

Cade King of Owatonna celebrates after defeating Austin Brenner of St. Cloud Tech, 6-4 in the Class AAA semifinals at 152 poounds. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul - They have been men on a mission for the Owatonna wrestling program this season and are now just one match away from reaching the pinnacle of their seasons.  Peyton Robb, Cade King, and Brandon Moen will represent the Huskies in the finals of the 2017 Minnesota Class AAA state tournament...
Cade King of Owatonna, looks for the pin in the Class AAA 152-pound quarterfinal match against Kyle Erickson of Hastings Friday at the Excel Energy Center. King advanced to the semifinals with an 18-5 major decision (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul – Seven members of the Owatonna wrestling team qualified for the state tournament. After the first round, five were still in the hunt for a state championship. Despite two falling short of making the semifinals for Class AAA, it was a relatively strong round for the Huskies. Three Huskies...
Medford's Willie VonRuden battles with Crookston's Colton Weiland in the opening round of the 2017 Class A state tournament. The young Tiger fell just short of surviving for day two, going 1-2 on Friday. (SCT/ Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul – Last year, Medford’s Willie VonRuden was just happy to qualify for the state tournament. This season, boasting a record of 27-8, the young Tiger was looking to do more. If only he had more time. In the first round of wrestle backs, Willie VonRuden seemingly looked that he was going to...
Peyton Robb of Owatonna looks to secure a takedown against Ben Scmalz in the 145-pound match during the first round of Class AAA action in St. Paul Friday. Robb won by technical fall 16-1 to advance to the quarterfinals. (SCT/ Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul - The importance of having a strong showing in the opening round of the state tournament can be the difference between being on the podium, or watching from the seats of the Xcel Energy Center.  For five members of the Owatonna wrestling team, the podium is still in reach.  headlined by...
Westfield's Colton Krell pins Logan Tesch of Sibley Eastin in their 160-pound matchup during the first round of the Class A state tournament Friday in St. Paul. Krell advanced to the quarterfinals. (SCT/ Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul -  The season of first continues for the Westfield Razorbacks as two grapplers solidified their trip to the podium Friday night.  The Razorbacks went 2-for-2 after three of their first state entrants lost the first bouts of the tournament. Freshman Colton Krell provided the fireworks for...
Westfield's Colton Krell pins Logan Tesch of Sibley Eastin in their 160-pound matchup during the first round of the Class A state tournament Friday in St. Paul. Krell advanced to the quarterfinals. (SCT/ Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul -  In the program's first state tournament, the Westfield Razorbacks had a bit of a tough opening round of the 2017 Minnesota State Wrestling Tournament.  Two of the team's five state qualifiers are still alive for a shot at a state championship as Ethan Arett, Morgan Moreno (170) and Trey...
Owatonna's Cade King pins Minnetonka's Myles Hanks during the 160-pound match of the Huskies' 52-12 win over the Skippers in the consolation semifinals Thursday. The Huskies went on to defeat Willmar 30-29 during the fifth place match. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
St. Paul – Needing the strength of the lineup to generate some momentum, the Owatonna wrestling team managed to take a six-point lead with just two matches to go. After Griffin Thorn a 6-4 decision to Andrew Reigstad of Willmar, the weight of the dual rested on the shoulders of senior heavyweight...
NRHEG guard Maddie Wagner drives the ball up court during the first half of the Panthers' 53-23 win over St. James Tuesday night at NRHEG public school. Wagner scored 15 points and registered five steals in the win. (SCT/ Josh Zimmer)
New Richland – In the opening round of 2AA South Sub-Section play, the New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva girls basketball team looking to keep doing what they’ve done at home all year. Dominate. Powered by the play of twins Maddie and Marnie Wagner, the top-seeded Panthers (22-5) cruised to a...
Ian Crum played a commanding Triton next to a comical Sebastian by Andrew Wall. Leah Moon’s Ursula was compleeing. Her sidekick eels, played by Bernadette Donlon and Lydia Weisenburger were equally eery.
Owatonna High School brought Disney’s The Little Mermaid to the stage in nothing less than spectacular fashion. Its dedication to the wonder of undersea life was clear in every ocean scene. The iconic “Under the Sea” number in particular was a clear sign this production was going all in. A...
A special meeting was held by county commissioners to discuss the current status of the public works project and the courthouse renovations. Commissioner Gnemi is both caes urged for careful spending.
Repairs at the courthouse continue to move forward. Demo has been completed, and the electrical and building inspectors have made their rounds. The decision now needs to be made for how the county would like to move forward with restoring the courthouse to operational status. The county can simply...

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