Thursday, April 27, 2017

Steele County Times

Gophers' defensive tackle Andrew Stelter (99) waits for the ball to be snapped during the University of Minnesota's spring game Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium. The former Owatonna standout spent much of the scrimmage with the first-team defense. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Saturday’s spring game for the University of Minnesota’s football program was the official start for the P.J. Fleck era as the Gophers head coach. For former Owatonna standout Andrew Stelter, it was the final time – barring any injuries in fall camp that could enable the use of a medical redshirt...
Owatonna first baseman Nate Deason holds up his glove after scooping a throw during the bottom of the sixth inning in the Huskies 3-0 win over Mankato East at U.S. Bank Stadium Friday. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Minneapolis- After dropping the last two games by wide margins, the Owatonna baseball team was off to U.S. Bank Stadium to compete in a nonconference tilt with Mankato East. An argument could be made that the change of venue sparked the Huskies. Although, the correct argument may be that their ace...
Owatonna's Kenzie Karsten connects on a Tigers' pitch in the bottom of the second inning in the Huskies' 10-9 walk-off win over Albert Lea Thursday in Big Nine Conference action. Karsten went 2-for-5 with an RBI. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
After giving up three runs on the top of the seventh inning, the Owatonna High School softball team was just three outs away from having surrending the lead late for the second-straight game. Then, with Rilee Schmidt straddling first after a walk, Kenzie Karsten belted a triple to tie the game at 9...
This week is Holy Week.  For some that means Chocolate candy.  For others it means special services at church.  It can mean a new dress or a new suit for a child.  But these are just the trappings.  They are supposed to help us remember the deeper meaning of the Cross and the Resurrection of Jesus...
Owatonna pitcher Alexa Sommers fires the ball toward home during the third inning of the Huskies' 14-0 Big Nine Conference loss to Winona Tuesday at Morehouse Park. Sommers went the distance, allowing 14 runs on 12 hits. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Heading into the season, Owatonna High School’s head softball coach Brian Pilcher knew that Winona was going to be a one of the legitimate contenders for not just a Big Nine Conference title, but a state title. Through four innings, the Huskies trailed 3-0, leaving just enough room for a hopeful...
The canning pond is alleged to have food waste water pumped into it. With a heavy rain, the runoff of the water goes directly under the proposed new building site for the proposed Public Works Complex.
In light of the recent developments with the Public Works Complex, some issues apparently continue to arise.  In the last episode of the saga, questions were raised concerning the land being designated by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as unbuildable. The county responded with documents...
Mark DeLap stands by his array of photographs on display at Perfect Day Cakes. His artwork can be viewed at the bakery through May.
Perfect Day Cakes isn’t just tickling the taste buds, but creating a feast for all the senses. Owner Thea Farrington invites artists to display their artwork in her bakery. She gets unique decorations, the artists get a chance to show off their work, and her customers get to see the art that’s...
Huskies' senior Kodey Kiel hits a line-drive during the first inning of Owatonna's 7-3 win over Red Wing Thursday at Dartt's Park in Owatonna. The senior went 3-for-3 at the plate and collected seven strikeouts. (SCT/Josh Zimmer)
Owatonna - It took a while to happen, but the bats woke up for the Owatonna High School baseball team at the right time. And when it did, the result was demoralizing. Led by Kodey Kiel’s bases-clearing double, the Huskies managed to register six runs on five hits in the bottom of the fifth inning...
Minnesota Wild forward Zach Parise wears his father's gloves and helmet during warmups prior to the clubs's 5-3 over Carolina Tuesday night at the Xcel Energy Center. Zach's  late father, J.P., was a member of the North Stars. (Credit: NHL.com)
It’s hard to not enter the Xcel Energy Center for a Minnesota Wild game and not see Zach Parise jerseys. All sizes are represented, from a kid’s small to an adult extra-large. It’s also hard to disagree that he may be the face of the Wild since signing with his hometown team in 2012. On Tuesday’s...

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