The winter sports season wrapped up for most local teams this past week. The exception is the Owatonna adapted floor hockey team, which advanced to state March 13 and 14.

Owatonna's adapted floor hockey team will face Anoka-Hennepin on Friday, March 13 at 8 p.m. in the state quarterfinals at Bloomington Jefferson High School. The tournament will continue on Saturday, March 14.


Owatonna wrestling coach Cliff Casteel and his staff led a group of six OHS grapplers to state, with four earning placing medals. Freshman Peyton Robb won the state title at 106 pounds.

Huskies girls basketball coach Tricia Hoffman recaps the season-ending loss to Rochester Mayo in the section playoffs and a trio of seniors that led the team.

OHS boys basketball coach Josh Williams looks back on the season and salutes five seniors.

Huskies swimming coach Sam Hager was pleased with the strong finish for his team at the section meet.

Blooming Prairie boys basketball coach John Bruns looks back on a subsection finals appearance and says thanks to the seniors.

Blossoms girls basketball coach John Worke recaps a tough subsection loss and reminisces about the seniors, which include his daughter.

NRHEG boys basketball coach Pat Churchill provides a blow-by-blow account of the subsection final loss to Maple River.

Panthers girls basketball coach Onika Peterson looks back on a transition year for NRHEG.

NRHEG wrestling coach Shawn Larson had three wrestlers at the state tournament.

Medford girls basketball coach Mark Kubat recaps a playoff game and the season.