Owatonna teams had a busy week despite rain Monday and threat of a snowstorm Saturday that forced a few events to be canceled or changed. Listen back to the Owatonna High School coach show from Saturday, April 27.

OHS softball won two of the three games they played. Freshman pitcher Parris Hovden was the Paffrath Jewelers Athlete of the Week after tossing a one-hit shutout of Rochester Mayo Thursday and driving in the only run of the game for the 1-0 win. She also fanned ten in a victory at Austin. First-year head coach Jeremy Moran talked about great week and the fantastic defensive game the Huskies had in the win over Mayo.

Owatonna baseball had a big week of emotion, exciting rallies and odd plays. Coach Tate Cummins discussed his emotions of the loss of his father, who was also very involved in his baseball career.

Clay Target coach Mike Kingland joined the show to talk of the growth of the Owatonna team and remember the legacy of team founder Dave Schroeder who passes away from brain cancer this year.

Huskies' boys golf coach Mark Langlois said the team battled through some challenging weather conditions while turning in some great nine-hole scores.

OHS boys track coach Kevin Stelter gave an update on the Huskies. He later reported on results of the Hamline Elite Meet. Keenon Young finished second in the 300 hurdles and fifth in the 110 hurdles. Colton Kamholz tied for eighth in the pole vault.

The coaches show includes coaches from Blooming Prairie, NRHEG, Medford and Triton as well each Saturday morning at 9 am on KRFO AM 1390 and the KRFO app.

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