Owatonna girls soccer beat Mankato East 5-3 while the boys game at Mankato was postponed. Triton volleyball outlasted Waseca 3-2.

High school scores from Tuesday, Sept. 8


Austin 3, Blooming Prairie 0
Triton 3, Waseca 2
Kenyon-Wanamingo 3, Medford 0
Faribault 3, Rochester John Marshall 2
Northfield 3, Hastings 0
No. 13 Rochester Mayo 3, Chatfield 0
Albert Lea 3, Burnsville 2
Rochester Century 3, Farmington 0
No. 2AA Stewartville 3, No. 1A Faribault BA 0
No. 4AA Kasson-Mantorville 3, Hayfield 1
No. 7A WEM 3, Jordan 0

Boys soccer

Owatonna at Mankato East, postponed to Oct. 5
Rochester Mayo 1, Albert Lea 0
Rochester John Marshall 2, Rochester Century 0
Northfield 2, No. 3A Mankato West 2 (tie)
Faribault 2, Red Wing 0

Girls soccer

Owatonna 5, Mankato East 3
Rochester Mayo 6, Albert Lea 0
Red Wing 3, Faribault 1
Mankato West 2, Northfield 0
Austin 1, Winona 0

B-squad football

Owatonna 44, Faribault 14

Ninth-grade football

Owatonna 28, Faribault 14

On Thursday Owatonna volleyball will open its home schedule with Red Wing at 7PM. OHS boys soccer will host Rochester Mayo at 7PM. The girls will play at Mayo at 7PM. Local volleyball includes Medford at Blooming Prairie, Maple River at NRHEG and Pine Island at Triton.

Friday's football lineup has Northfield at Owatonna, Blooming Prairie at JWP, GFW at NRHEG, Faribault BA at Medford and Caledonia at Triton. All games are schedule for 7PM. Owatonna volleyball plays in the Marshall tournament Friday and Saturday. OHS boys and girls cross country runs at Faribault. The Steele County Blades junior hockey team opens its season Friday, hosting St. Croix Valley at 7PM at the Four Seasons Centre in Owatonna.


Owatonna girls soccer defeated Mankato East 5-3 on Tuesday. Thinkstock