The Owatonna girls never trailed while topping No. 6AAAA Mayo 42-34 at Owatonna High School on Tuesday. The OHS boys had a strong second half to complete the season sweep of Mayo 66-61.

The Owatonna girls led by as many as 11 points in the first half. Mayo tied the game at 33-33 late in the second half. The Huskies responded with a 7-0 run to close the door and finish off a 42-34 win. Owatonna lost at Mayo by 30 points earlier this season. Owatonna coach Tricia Hoffman said afterward that a patient offense was a big key, calling the game, "a great win for us. A great memory we can have right here on our court." Syd Schultz led OHS with 15 points and earned the Kottke Jeweler's diamond player of the game award. Megan Peglow hit a couple of early 3's and ended with 10 points. Owatonna (8-6, 6-4) plays at Mankato East on Thursday at 7:30PM on Kat Kountry 105FM.

Owatonna's boys trailed by two at the half, at Mayo but came home with a 66-61 victory. Jay Sullivan scored 21 to pace the Huskies. Fifteen of those came in the second half and he was named the Kottke Jeweler's diamond player of the game. Eli Havelka scored 11. Owatonna (11-6, 8-5) hosts Mankato East on Thursday at 7:30PM.

Scoreboard, January 19
Boys basketball
Owatonna 66, Mayo 61
NRHEG 61, Blue Earth Area 44
Triton 65, Kasson-Mantorville 56
Austin 77, Winona 60
Red Wing 71, Faribault 46
John Marshall 82, Century 30
Goodhue 59, Stewartville 48, overtime
Cannon Falls 73, Pine Island 67
Maple River 66, St. Peter 46
St. Clair 56, USC 51
Lakeville North 95, Prior Lake 48
Lakeville South 78, Burnsville 67
Eagan 58, Farmington 56

Girls basketball
Owatonna 42, Mayo 34
NRHEG 53, Blue Earth Area 40
Rochester JM 56, Century 40
Kasson-Mantorville 79, Albert Lea 35
WEM 62, Waseca 38
USC 53, St. Clair 46
Lakeville North 61, Prior Lake 47
Lakeville South 72, Burnsville 67
Eagan 51, Farmington 29
Goodhue 74, Stewartville 48