The Owatonna boys basketball team rolled to a 79-45 win at Red Wing Tuesday night. The Huskies hit 11 three-pointers in the game and completed an old-fashioned three point play three times. They ever turned a reverse three-point play.

Evan Dushek went to the line for a pair of free throws almost midway through the first half. He sank the first shot but missed the second. The ball was rebounded by a Red Wing player. But in the blink of an eye, the Huskies Brayden Williams swiped it from his hands and laid it up and in.

Williams, a future Division II player with Bemidji State and on the Mr. Basketball Watch List, was dazzling at The Cage, amassing 32 points. He had a variety of three-pointers, slicing lay-ups, and fast break finishes. He drained three treys in the second half and went 5-for-5 at the free throw line.

Dushek added 17 while being a bit limited in minutes due to foul trouble. Blake Burmeister added 12 and four three's. Ty Creger got into the three-point barrage with a pair. Collin Vick and Nick Williams each had a trey. Avery Hartman had an and-one three-point play. Noah Kubicek and Jack Helget also scored for the Huskies (11-2, 9-0 in the Big Nine). OHS plays at Albert Lea Friday, January 28 at 7:30 pm on AM 1390 KRFO. Monday, January 31 they host the Tigers in a makeup game.

GIRLS HOCKEY: OWATONNA 9, RED WING 0 (score sheet)

Olivia Herzog scored a first period hat trick as the Huskies dominated Tuesday on Dudley Otto Rink at Four Seasons Centre in Owatonna. Samantha Bogen had four assists on the night. Abby Vetsch had three helpers. Kendra Bogen had a pair of goals.

Senior Night featured a salute to Herzog, Gabi Lamont, Ava Wolfe and Sydney Hall. The Huskies outshot the Wingers 30-4 with Wolfe getting her third shutout of the season. Owatonna (11-7-2 overall, 8-0-1 Big Nine) plays at Mankato West Thursday, January 27 at 7:00 pm on Kat Kountry 105 FM.

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Owatonna is the last conference team without a loss after Mankato East edged Northfield 1-0 on Tuesday. The Huskies and Raiders tied earlier this month and have a rematch in Owatonna in February.

Prep scoreboard for Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Boys basketball

Austin 76, Mankato West 51

JWP 57, NRHEG 43

Kenyon Wanamingo 58, Faribault Bethlehem Academy 38

Maple River 95, Medford 20

Northfield 53, John Marshall 48

Owatonna 79, Red Wing 45

Randolph 59, Triton 54

Rochester Mayo 91, Albert Lea 44

WEM 53, USC 50

Winona 70, Faribault 37

Girls basketball

Hayfield 40, Blooming Prairie 38

Mankato East 46, Century 35

Maple River 52, Medford 44

NRHEG 70, JWP 38

Rochester Mayo 63, Albert Lea 60

Triton defeated Randolph

Winona 41, Faribault 32

Boys hockey

Albert Lea 4, LaCrescant 1

Dodge County 7, Winona 3

Northfield 4, Mankato East 3

Rochester Century 7, John Marshall 4

Girls hockey

Austin 7, Century 2

Dodge County 4, Park (Cottage Grove) 1

Minnehaha Academy 9, Rochester Mayo 0

Waseca 5, Mankato West 2

Wrestling

Fairmont 49, Westfield 22

Westfield 39, Mankato East 33

Westfield 39, Waseca 31

(Bo Zweiner of the Razorbacks reached 50 career wins Tuesday night. Kevin Hodge and Hunter Simonson went 3-0 in the quad for Westfield.)

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