Owatonna football is averaging more than 500 yards of offense each game. Junior running back Jason Williamson is eating up the turf at a 190 yard per-game pace. The newly-minted No. 1-5A Huskies (6-0) faces possibly their toughest test of the regular season when they play at No. 5-5A Northfield (6-0) Friday night at 7PM.
Farmington stunned top-seed Owatonna 2-1 in overtime Thursday night in the Section 1AA semifinals at the Lincoln Complex in Owatonna. The Tigers scored as a result of their only corner kick of the night, which led to a scrum in front of the Huskies' goal.
It's been a tradition for as long as I can remember. During homecoming week some houses would be subject to getting the toilet paper treatment. Most of the time it was cheerleaders and others willing to go in with the cheerleaders getting the homes of the football players.
Sometimes the words of children are so true, so pure, they make us cry. One little boy in Spring Valley said something that'll help everyone understand clearly how hard a soldier's deployment is on family, especially kids.
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