Buzzer beaters occur frequently during March tournament time, but not often in hockey. Owatonna High School's adapted floor hockey team suffered a heartbreaking loss on Wednesday. Mounds View scored three times in the final 1:15 of the third period. The final goal flying into the net with less than two seconds remaining
Owatonna's girls' hockey team opened the Section 1AA playoffs with a 3-2 upset win over Rochester Mayo at Graham Arena Wednesday night. The sixth-seeded Huskies never trailed while beating the No. 3 seed Spartans. It was the fourth meeting between the teams this season and Owatonna's second win. In Mayo's two victories they scored late in regulation and won in overtime. The stage was set for a similar finish Wednesday.
Owatonna's girls' and boys' hockey teams made treks into the Twin Cities Saturday for non-conference games against ranked opponents. The OHS girls lost 6-0 to No. 9AA Wayzata. Owatonna's boys dropped a 5-2 decision at No. 15A South St. Paul. Playoffs begin for the Owatonna girls Wednesday.
The Minnesota Vikings have already turned in, arguably, the top play in the playoff history of the NFL this postseason. Next, they look to become the first team to play in the Super Bowl in their home stadium.