Owatonna Girls Lacrosse Stays Unbeaten; Boys Still Perfect in Big 9
The target gets a little bigger on the Huskies as they continue along with an unbeaten record in girls lacrosse this spring. Coach Dani Licht made that a point of emphasis before OHS took the field against Northfield Thursday night. Despite a 13-1 win over the Raiders earlier this season, she made sure the team took their opponent seriously. And the team reponded.
The Huskies scored twice in the first four minutes on the way to a 12-3 win, improving to 6-0 overall. Elizabeth Harder netted the opening goal right after a Huskies steal in the offensive zone. She had two on the night. Audrey Simon scored the first of her four goals a short time later.
Anni Moran tucked away four more tallies to raise her goal total to 29 for the season, putting her among the top scorers in the state. Madi McGinn scored her first varsity goal and Allie Keller scored once.
OHS hosts second-place Mankato Monday, May 10 and entertains Rochester Century Thursday, May 13. The Panthers gave the Huskies their closest game on the season, a 5-2 Huskies win in Rochester.
The Owatonna boys remained unbeaten against conference teams with a 7-4 win over Northfield at OHS on Thursday. The game was tied 3-3 at the half. Caleb Belting had a hat trick. The Huskies got single goals from Preston Meier, Dom Valento, Casey Johnson and Lucas Jensen. OHS hosts Hermanton Friday night (May 7) at 7 pm, then travels to Mankato Monday for a 6 pm faceoff.
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