Sunday, March 26, 2017

Steele County Times

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...
Pastor Cindy Kennedy of  Blooming Grove United Methodist Church in Medford, MN
Recently at Red Oak Grove, we read as Jesus called his first disciples.   Jesus called them to follow him and become fishers of people.  These first disciples were fishermen.  I magine what the hands of a career fisherman must look like.  I imagine them cracked and dry from constant exposure to the...
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...
Bird observers got a surprise during the annual bird count in Steele County when they spotted a Short-eared Owl in a marshy area about one mile north of Rice Lake State Park right before sunset. It is quite unusual for these owls to be in this area, according to local bird expert Darryl Hill.
      It may have been less than desirable outside back in mid-December, but that didn’t stop area bird enthusiasts from counting the feathery creatures that adorn back yards and other places throughout the year. On Dec. 17, local birdwatchers counted 4,025 feathered friends during the 45th...
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...

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