NRHEG football coach Dan Stork will be asking his new varsity quarterback to handle an experienced team and guide them through a tough schedule. He might also insist he take out the garbage and pick up his room.
Youth sports is about so many things over and above wins and losses. Several Owatonna youth baseball teams were recognized during last week's Steele County Fair for their good sportsmanship during the summer season.
The Owatonna High School football player and cheerleader rally has become the closing event of the Steele County Fair. Huskies' coach Jeff Williams told the immense crowd at Fair Square Park Sunday night that he didn't think the idea would go over big when fair publicity director Todd Hale approached him with it a number of years ago.
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