Paffrath Jewelers Athletes of the Week
Listen Saturday mornings at 9:00 to KRFO AM 1390 for the “High School Coaches Show” and the Paffrath Jewelers “Athletes of the Week.”
KRFO / Paffrath Jewelers Athletes of the week:
Jenna Bogen, OHS soph, hockey. Game winning goals at Mayo & Austin.
Kaci Gwilt, BP soph, basketball. Great defense, and scoring more too.
Brodie Thiede, OHS sr, swimming. One of the team’s top sprinters.
Kevin Kalis, NRHEG sr, basketball. 24 points in nice win at USC.
Tatelyn Blazek, OHS sr, gymnastics. Won All-Around, and all 4 events, at meet.
Dillon Kubiatowicz / Todd Erickson, NRHEG sr, wrestling. Top ten ranked.
Dexter Leer, OHS senior basketball, Federated Tournament Most Valuable Player
Maddie Wagner, NRHEG so basketball, led team in scoring twice at St. Olaf Tournament
Peyton Robb, OHS fr wrestler, won title at 106 at tough Christmas Tournament
Spencer Tollefson, NRHEG sr basketball, scored 20 vs St. Clair Friday night
Kacy Borwege, OHS senior goalie, got the shutout at Northfield 1-0
Madison Worke, Blooming Prairie senior, basketball, had a career high 22 vs USC
Griffin Thorn, OHS sophomore wrestler, two wins by pin in home opening triangular
John Rumpza, Blooming senior basketball, had a 26 point-22 rebound game
Sydney Schultz, OHS fr basketball, leads the team in scoring
Trase Wencl, OHS jr hockey, had game winning OT goal vs Rochester JM
Jessica & Jenna VonRuden, OHS hockey, combining on big goals this week
Taylor Hagen, Blooming Prairie sr basketball, 21 point-12 rebound game
Dexter Leer, OHS senior, soccer, was a finalist for Mr. Soccer Award
Margo Achterkirch, OHS fr, hockey, 5 point game
Mattie Shaver, OHS junior, swimming, state meet qualifier
Jake Decker, Blooming Prairie senior, football
Sam Noeldner, OHS senior, football
Anthony Nelson, Blooming Prairie junior, football
John Rumpza, Blooming Prairie senior quarterback
Trey Hoppe, NRHEG junior running back
Saturday October 11:
Layne Frank, OHS goalkeeper, sr, made big saves vs Lakeville South & Northfield, and kicked the game winning penalty shot in shootout vs Lakeville South.
Jax Bryngelson, Triton jr QB, had five touchdown runs in victory at Lewiston-Altura
Noah Amundson, OHS boys soccer
Keith Maxon, NRHEG football
Alex Emanuelson, OHS quarterback, jr, 15-for-19 for 127 and two touchdowns in win at Austin.
Callie Nagel, Medford libero, sophomore, doing an excellent job in her defensive role for the Tigers.
Kaylea Ahrens, OHS volleyball, sr, reached 2,000 career digs on Thursday vs Mankato West.
Scott Romeo, Blooming Prairie senior linebacker, had several tackles for a loss at St. Clair. “He was in the backfield all night long,” said coach Chad Gimbel
Seth Huseby, OHS cross country, sr, has been Owatonna’s #1 runner through the first part of the season.
Alexis Melder, Triton volleyball, so, had 12 kills vs Byron on Thursday and had a strong week on the attack.
Dexter Leer, OHS soccer, sr midfielder, averaging nearly 3 points per match. Scored winner late vs Mankato East, scored twice vs Mayo. “Don’t know if there’s a better player in the state,” -coach Bob Waypa
Cole Sunde, Blooming Prairie, sr wide receiver, caught 9 passes for 215 yards and three touchdowns at Waterville Elysian Morristown on Friday.
Julius Franklin, OHS football, sr, 217 yards, 2 TDs at Winona Thursday
Spencer Tollefson, NRHEG football, sr, 5 receptions, 193 yards, 3 TDs
Allison Falken, OHS volleyball, sr, led team in kills in season opening win over Prior Lake
Briana Hartmann, OHS tennis, sr, went 6-2 in opening week of the season (4-0, Big 9)