Owatonna sports

Week Three Football Scores
Owatonna buried Faribault 55-0 for their fifth straight over their neighbors to the north. The Huskies amassed a large rushing total in improving to 2-1 on the season.
Early Kickoff Gets Earlier
Due to a chance of thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and evening in Mankato, Owatonna's season-opening game will start at noon Saturday. Kat Kountry 105FM will carry the action live.
Owatonna Summer Baseball
A successful playoff run by the Owatonna High School baseball team segues into a busy summer of baseball at Dartts Park. A double-header is featured Thursday, June 4.
Trapped Like Uecker
While chuckling over Bob Uecker's recent dilemma of being locked in the broadcast booth, a few memories of similar situations came to mind.
Busy Week for Huskies Baseball
Huskies coach Tate Cummins is looking forward to a "major league" schedule this week, as Owatonna plays four games in four days, starting at home Monday against John Marshall.
OHS Baseball Opens Tuesday
Owatonna High School baseball should find out right away where they stand in the Big Nine Conference race as they face a couple of the preseason favorites in the opening week of the season.
OHS grads coach at state
You don't have to look too far to find Owatonna connections to the just-completed state high school boys basketball tournament. Listen to the special interviews here.
Wanous to receive state award
Longtime Owatonna High School assistant football coach Doug Wanous will receive the Butch Nash award at the state football coaches association banquet on Saturday, March 28.
Snow Slows Spring Sports
Monday was the first official day of boys tennis practice in Minnesota. It was also the start of the second week for baseball and golf. Indoor drills were likely on the agenda.
Huskies Boys Hockey Awards
Huskies coach Josh Storm shared highlights of the 2014-15 season during Sunday's banquet. He talked of the growth and opportunity players had, plus an unbeaten record in seven overtime games.

Load More Articles