The high school football playoffs begin Tuesday, October 26 for most teams. Owatonna (5-3) however, will have a first round bye as the No. 2 seed in a six-team section. The Huskies will await the winner of Austin at Northfield for a game Saturday, October 30 at the OHS football stadium field. Game coverage will be heard on AM 1390 KRFO / 94.7 FM and the free KRFO app.

Blooming Prairie (8-0) plays Tuesday as the top-seed in an eight-team section. The reigning state champs from 2019 host Medford (0-8), the team they just beat Wednesday night. Kat Kountry presents the play-by-play Tuesday on 104.9 FM and the free Kat Kountry 105 app.

NRHEG goes on the road Tuesday as the fifth seed and will face St. Clair/Mankato Loyola. Triton earned a home game as the fourth seed and will entertain St. Charles Tuesday in Dodge Center.


Section 1-5A
Austin at Northfield
Rochester JM at Century
Mayo, Owatonna with first round byes

Section 2AA
Medford at Blooming Prairie
NRHEG at St. Clair/Loyola
WEM at Blue Earth Area
LeSueur-Henderson at Maple River

Section 1AA
Cotter at Chatfield
St. Charles at Triton
Dover-Eyota at Goodhue
Lewiston-Altura at Caledonia

Section 1-4A
Red Wing at Byron
Albert Lea at Winona
Stewartville, Kasson-Mantorville with first round byes

Section 1AAA
Pine Island at Rochester Lourdes
LaCrescent-Hokah at Lake City
Zumbrota-Mazeppa at Plainview-Elgin-Millville
Cannon Falls with first round bye

Section 1A
Wabasha-Kellogg at Rushford-Peterson
Kenyon-Wanamingo at Randolph
Kingsland at Fillmore Central
Hayfield at Bethlehem Academy

Section 1-nine-man
Lyle/Pacelli at Lanesboro
Spring Grove at Southland
Houston at Grand Meadow
Mabel-Canton at LeRoy-Ostrander

Section 2A
Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons at Mayer Lutheran
New Ulm Cathedral at United South Central
Cleveland at Lester Prairie

Section 2-4A
St. Peter at Jordan
Marshall at Faribault
Hutchinson, Willmar with first round byes

Section 2-5A
Mankato East at New Prague
Waconia at Chanhassen
Mankato West, Chaska with first round byes


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