Saturday Sports: Wild and Twins Lose, Busy Day for the Huskies, plus MMA
The Blues beat the Wild to even their first round playoff series at 1-1. The Twins had their three-game winning streak snapped by Cleveland. Owatonna High School baseball got swept by Mankato East.
Scoreboard for Saturday, April 18
St. Louis Blues 4, Minnesota Wild 1 (series is even 1-1)
Cleveland 4, Minnesota Twins 2
Mankato East 5, Owatonna 2
Mankato East 7, Owatonna 0
Medford 11, Edgerton 4
Medford 12, Minneota 4 (No. 11-ranked Tigers improve to 6-0)
Blooming Prairie 11, Lyle / Pacelli 4
Hayfield 8, Triton 0
Hayfield 12, Triton 4
Mankato West 9, Faribault 7
Mankato West 5, Faribault 2
Northfield 7, Albert Lea 5
Northfield 15, Albert Lea 4
Rochester Century 6, Winona 4
Rochester Century 10, Winona 0
Rochester JM 6, Red Wing 5
Red Wing 19, Rochester JM 16
Owatonna 6, Mankato West 1
Owatonna 6, Winona 1 (OHS remains unbeaten)
Hastings 13, Owatonna 2
Owatonna 13, Northfield 0 (The Huskies' first shutout)
Krista Kniefel scored seven goals.
Owatonna shot a two-day 646 to finish second at the Litchfield-Willmar Tournament. Sartell won the event with 641. Huskies senior Peter Jones shot 69-70 - 139 to win the medalist honors.
Blooming Prairie's Tommy Braaten shot 81 to finish fifth at the Blossoms Invitational. The medalists were Matt Moskal (Cannon Falls) and Nate Pederson (USC) with 78s.
O-Town Throwdown 2, mixed martial arts, at Four Seasons Centre, Owatonna
Travis Wiuff won by submission over Kevin Asplund in the third round.
David Sellner, Owatonna, won by TKO.
Colton Pasvogel, Lakeville, won.