The OHS girls host Lakeville North on Tuesday at 7PM at the high school. The Huskies boys go to Farmington for a 7PM start.

The Owatonna girls lacrosse team has had a historic and record-setting season. They won the first Big Nine title and set a school record with 12 wins. Coach Bill Bernard and the team believes they can qualify for state for the first time as well. The No. 3 seed Huskies (12-1) open with Lakeville North (4-9, No. 6 seed).

Owatonna has limited their opponents to just three goals per game. Lakeville North, playing in the tough South Suburban Conference, is scoring about nine per game. The only common opponent the teams have is Farmington. The Huskies lost to the Tigers 10-7, while the Panthers fell 15-10.

In Saturday's radio interview, Bernard said he is looking forward to the tough challenge of opening against a Twin Cities team.

 

The Owatonna boys lacrosse squad is on a four-game winning streak and has also played well defensively, according to coach Scott Seykora. The Huskies go to Farmington in the 5/4 seeded match up. The game will be at 7PM at Boeckman Middle School in Farmington because the high school stadium is under construction.

Seykora told KRFO radio he is expecting a good defensive game.

 

Section 1 girls lacrosse
Quarterfinals, Tuesday, May 31
Lakeville North at Owatonna
Rochester JM at Farmington
Rochester Mayo at Northfield
Mankato at Lakeville South
Semifinals, June 3 at the high seed
Championship, June 7 at the high seed

Section 1 boys lacrosse
Quarterfinals, Tuesday, May 31
Owatonna at Farmington
Mayo at Lakeville North
Rochester Century at Northfield
Rochester JM at Lakeville South
Semifinals, June 3 at the high seed
Championship, June 7 at the high seed