Owatonna's baseball and softball teams split with top-rated Mankato West on Thursday. OHS girls lacrosse stayed unbeaten in the Big Nine, while the boys fell at Northfield.

OHS baseball beat Mankato West 5-2 in eight innings in the opener of a doubleheader. The Huskies built a 7-4 lead in the second game but the Scarlets rallied back for a 16-8 win. Owatonna (9-5) hosts No. 20 Eden Prairie on Monday at 5PM on Fareway Foods ice cream sandwich night. The first 100 students will receive the free treat.

Owatonna handed top-ranked Mankato West their first loss of the season in the nightcap of a doubleheader at Morehouse Park. After dropping a 7-4 decision in the opener, Owatonna came out on top 2-1 in the second game. Tiana Blazek tossed the complete game and Millie Wanous went 4-for-4. The Huskies (9-7) play a make-up game at Farmington on Friday at 4:30PM.

OHS girls lacrosse stayed unbeaten in Big Nine play with a 10-6 win over Northfield at the Owatonna High School field. The OHS boys lost 15-6 in Northfield.

Scoreboard, May 12
Owatonna 5, Mankato West 2 (eight innings)
WEM 9, Blooming Prairie 0
Medford 1, NRHEG 0 (nine innings) (Nick Meixner threw complete game two-hitter.)
Faribault BA 5, USC 2
Red Wing 8, Rochester Mayo 2
Rochester Mayo 4, Red Wing 2
Albert Lea 4-4, Mankato East 3-0
Northfield 2-9, Faribault 1-3
Rochester JM 3, Winona 2
St. Louis Park 3, Rochester Century 2
New Ulm 3, Waseca 0

Mankato West 7, Owatonna 4
Owatonna 2, Mankato West 1
NRHEG 11, Medford 1
Randolph 10, Blooming Prairie (nine innings)
Triton 15, Goodhue 2 (Candi Utech had nine RBI.)
Rochester JM 3, Winona 2
Winona 2, Rochester JM 0
Faribault 4-2, Northfield 0-1,
Rochester Mayo 11, Red Wing 0
Faribault BA 12, United South Central 2

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