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2022-2023 Owatonna Huskies




Click on the link above to ensure your son is enrolled in the June Husky Camp session you signed him up for. There are four sections (grades 2-4...grades 5 & 6...grades 7 & 8....grades 9-12). If your son's name is not on the list he may not be registered yet or I may not have him entered yet. If that is the case please check back in a couple days. You should also see if I have received payment for your son. Thanks and looking forward to seeing your son at camp this summer! Coach Williams



Above is a link that will take you to the various Skill Academy sessions in July. Click on the sessions you signed your son up for to verify it is correct and he is registered. The spreadsheet should also show if I have received payment and/or the waiver form. Please be aware this is NOT updated daily. Usually only once or twice a week until late June. Please check back at a later time if you do not see your son on the list. Thanks all and I am looking forward to working with your son at our Skills Academy in July! Coach Williams

Skills Academy Openings

Parents/players...a reminder that our Skills Academy in July does have a  max player limit to try and keep the coach-camper ratio down.  Below are the amount of spots that are left open to enroll.  If a session is full...your son will need to look into signing up for a second and/or third option.  One session is already full with a couple others nearing capacity!!!

Session 1:   1 spot open

Session 2:  5 spots open

Session 3:  3 spots open

Session 4:  13 spots left

Session 5:  FULL - no spots open

Session 6:  6 spots open

Session 7:  FULL - no spots open

Session 8:  6 spots open

2023-2024 Boys Basketball Season Recap

Owatonna boys basketball player, families, & fans

Another season has concluded for Owatonna boys basketball.  This time however it was special getting to compete in the new Owatonna High School and Federated Gymnasium.  The atmosphere and attendance was outstanding all year long!!!    The Huskies had a strong year finishing 17-10 overall and 14-8 in the Big 9.  Good for a 5th place finish.  It was the fifth year in a row that the Huskies finished with at least 17 or more wins.  The team had a lot of quality wins over good opponents such as Stillwater, Century, Austin, Faribault, Northfield, Winona, John Marshall, and Eau Claire Memorial (who was a top 10 team in Wisconsin at the time).  The season concluded with a hard fought loss to Century in the quarterfinals.

Some team and season highlights include:

A team record of 297 three point field goal made out of 799 attempts.  Both school records.  Three players made at least 63 or more 3 pointers shooting over 40% along the way which included Nathan Theis, Leyton Williams, and Rielly Kleeberger.

The Huskies had three players make Big 9 All-Conference.  Rielly Kleeberger and Nolan Ginskey were selected first team and Leyton Williams was honorable mention.  Those three players in addition to Nathan Theis were also selected to the Owatonna People Press All Area Team.

Finally several noteworthy individual performances:  Nolan Ginskey placed himself in the record books at 2nd all time in season steals with 94 and 6th all time with 135 assists.  Nathan Theis is 9th all-time for 3 point% on a season shooting it 42.6% and Leyton Williams right behind him in 10th shooting it 42.2% from deep.

Great year by the boys and we are looking forward to a great off season of getting ready for the 2024-2025 hooping season!

Go Huskies!

Coach Williams


2022-2023 Boys Basketball Recap

It was another very successful season for the Owatonna Boys Basketball team.  They finished the year 20-8 overall and claimed second place in the Big 9 with a 16-6 record.  They eventually lost in the section semi-finals to Lakeville North who went on to claim 3rd place at state the following week.  Individually Blake Burmeister and Collin Vick were selected Big 9 All Conference as well as Academic All State and Ayden Walter was selected as an Honorable Mention All Big 9 player as well.  Blake Burmeister set two school records during the season...most points in a game with 44 and in the same game set the record for most 3's made in a game with 11!  Congrats Blake!  Collin Vick will be continuing his playing career at UW-Stout next season and fellow senior Jason Klecker will be competing at RCTC for the Yellow Jackets.  

2021-2022 Big 9 & Section 1AAAA Champs!!!

2021-2022 Big 9 and Section 1AAAA Champs!!!

Recap of the 2021-2022 Boys Basketball Season

It was a fantastic year for Owatonna Boys Basketball.  The Huskies claimed their first Big 9 title since the 2010-2011 season and went undefeated with a perfect 22-0 record in conference.  In section play they defeated Rochester Mayo in the quarterfinals, Lakeville North in the semi's, and upset the top seed Farmington in the championship to claim back to back section titles.  At the state tournament Owatonna fell in the opening round by one point to Cretin Derham Hall, beat Moorhead in the consolation bracket, and finished the season with a tough loss against Andover.  Owatonna finished the season with a 28-4 record overall (most wins in school history) and final state ranking of #6. 

Numerous team and individual records were broken and set over the course of the season.  To see the records that were on the PDF above.  Everything that was achieved was a testament to the time, effort, and work the kids have put in over the course of their careers. 

As we turn our sights to the 2022-2023 season we are looking forward to getting back on the court with our basketball family in pursuit of challenging to be one of the top teams in the Big 9 and Section 1AAAA once again!

Coach Williams & Staff




Current Husky Players Competing in College

Below are a four former OHS grads now competing collegiately and their schedule and live stream information:

Brayden Williams - Bemidji State University (NSIC)


Ty Creger - Citrus College (CA)


Collin Vick - University of Wisconsin Stout


Jason Klecker - Rochester Community College





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