No. 1AA Kasson-Mantorville defeated No. 8AAA Owatonna 46-15 on Takedown Cancer NIght at Owatonna High School. The boys swimmers earned their first win of the season at Faribault.

A highlight for the Owatonna wrestling team was a victory by Brandon Moen over top-ranked Noah Ryan. Komets junior Brady Berge became Kasson-Mantorville's all-time wins leader. OHS wrestles at Albert Lea at 5PM Saturday on Kat Kountry 105FM.

The Owatonna boys swimmers picked up their first win of the season 95-88 at Faribault.

Owatonna's hockey team dominated Winona, outshooting the Winhawks by a combined 98-11. The Owatonna girls topped Winona 8-0 on senior night at the Four Seasons Centre. Shots were 48-2. Jessica "Betty" VonRuden and Meghan Rethemeier each had two goals and an assist. Asia Buryska got the win in goal. Owatonna's boys blanked Winona 6-0 with a shot count of 50-9. Braeden Meier scored his first varsity goal. Jacob Dub got his second shutout of the season.

Scoreboard, January 28
Boys basketball
NRHEG 77, Triton 75
John Marshall 78, Albert Lea 48
Mankato West 80, Century 59
Austin 70, Mayo 55

Girls basketball
Century 74, Mankato West 54
John Marshall 54, Albert Lea 16
Mayo 51, Austin 38

Boys hockey
Owatonna 6, Winona 0
John Marshall 8, Austin 3 (Rockets remain unbeaten in Big Nine game.)
Albert Lea 5, Faribault 3
Red Wing 5, Mankato West 3
Lakeville South 7, Shakopee 3
Lankeville North 13, Apple Valley 0
Farmington 5, Rosemount 3
No. 13 Edina 4, No. 2. Eden Prairie 3

Girls hockey
No. 2 Minnetonka 3, No. 13. Dodge County 1
Red Wing defeated Mankato West
Rochester JM 5, Austin 1
Faribault 6, Albert Lea 0
Mayo 4, Mankato East 3, overtime

Northfield, John Marshall and Red Wing are tied for the lead in the Big Nine girls hockey with Owatonna and Faribault tied for fourth. The regular season ends this weekend with section playoffs to begin Wednesday, February 3.

Wrestling
Kasson-Mantorville 46, Owatonna 15
Medford 45, Blooming Prairie 30
Pine Island 40, Triton 33
Shakopee 42, Farmington 23

Roy Koenig, Townsquare Media