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Owatonna Adaptive Floor Hockey has had a great season this year with a record of 7-5 and 1 tied game. Assistant Coach CW Wolfe said, “They have continued working really hard through every single practice and game.” The team finished the regular season playing the South Suburban Jets on Feb. 26 with a winning score of 11 – 9. Assistant Coach Kyle Burns said, “Their positive attitude and dedication has made this a great season and will make the rest of the season even better.” Having four seniors on the team this year, the team really put it all out there at their last home game against rival New Prague on Feb. 21.

The team is looking forward to participating in state this year after participating the last four years and quite a few before that. Senior captain Taylor Hagen said, “I loved scoring goals but I will miss having a good time with my friends.”State will be Mar. 16 and 17, location and time is to be determined.  Head Coach John Scheil said, “We have had a great year. Our players have been giving it everything they have and we are looking forward to our section game.”
The team will be hosting sections on Mar. 7 at 5:00p.m. against Mounds View/Irondale/Roseville with a record of 6-7 at Owatonna Middle School.

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Hailey Cockram, writer
Hola me llama Hailey, I’m actually not fluent en Español, but I’m taking Spanish 3 next semester, so I’m trying. I’m involved in volleyball and SHOC.  I joined magnet so I could add another thing to my not so long list of things I’m involved in, and I wanted to meet new people. Another thing...
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