As the Sports Director for KRFO, I enjoy the chance to cover sports throughout the year for Owatonna, Blooming Prairie, Medford, NRHEG and Triton. I feature coaches from each school on the Saturday coaches show at 9AM during the school year. During the summer I look forward to the Steele County Fair for the great food and music. I'm on air each afternoon on AM 1390 with a mix of music, news and local information. Come back to the website often for local, regional and national stories of interest. In my spare time I go to high school sporting events, go for a run or watch a movie. My wife Chris and I have two grown children. Cynthia is graduate of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Aaron attends the University of MN.
Second Quarter Rally Lifts Owatonna Boys Lacrosse Past Mayo
Owatonna beat Mayo 14-6 earlier this season, but was only up 1-0 after one quarter Monday night in Rochester. In fact Mayo pulled even at 1-1 early in the second quarter before the Huskies went on a 5-0 run to get control of the game on their way to a 10-6 win.
Owatonna Magnet Wins National Award
The Owatonna Magnet student news organization has won a national award for a fourth straight year.
Running to Support Families Battling Cancer
Nearly a thousand runners hit the trails and streets around Owatonna Saturday, raising thousands of dollars to support five local families in their journey with cancer.
Madole Slams Two More Homers as Huskies Knock Off State Champs
Owatonna sophomore Kaitlyn Madole slammed two more home runs Saturday, in a 3-2 ten-inning win at defending AAA state champion Winona. That gives her five homers in the last three games
Huskies Hang On, Stay Unbeaten
Owatonna baseball had one of their closer calls of the season, winning 9-5 at Austin Thursday in a game shortened to six innings due to rain and wet field conditions
5 Fast Facts for Saturday’s From The Heart Run
Hundreds will take to the trails and streets around Owatonna Saturday, May 5 for the 10th anniversary From the Heart Run. The community effort will raise thousands of dollars to support five local families in their journey with cancer.
At Least One More Vikings’ Draft Review
It will truly take years to know if the Minnesota Vikings' draft was a success. But the initial reviews have been positive. The team seemed to address their biggest needs, though did so in reverse order of what most 'experts' predicted.
Medford, NRHEG, Owatonna Trap Teams on Target
One week into the competition season for clay target shooting in Minnesota, teams from Medford and NRHEG lead their conference standings. Owatonna, which is sponsoring a team for just the second season, is second in its conference
No Money for Highway 14 Expansion
Southern Minnesota civic and political leaders reacted with disappointment at the news Tuesday that Highway 14 expansion between Owatonna and Dodge Center would not be part of the funding from the Corridors of Commerce program.
Owatonna Softball, Lacrosse, Tennis Roll to Victories
Monday turned into a busy day on the Owatonna High School sports calendar thanks to several makeup events. It was also a good day as the lacrosse teams swept a doubleheader at OHS and the softball and boys' tennis teams won shutouts.