Tag Archives: MSHSL

Packers to Host Kasson-Mantorville Wednesday

2 Mar

The Austin Packers will kick off defense of their MSHSL Section 1AAA title on Wednesday at home against #8 seed Kasson-Mantorville. Game time is 7 p.m. The Packers played the Komets in the first game of the season on Dec. 1, and came away with an 88-54 win.

New Prague grabbed the #2 seed and will host #7 Faribault, while #6 Albert Lea travels to #3 Red Wing and #4 Winona hosts #5 Waseca. See the complete bracket below:

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Here are the links (and top seeds) to the brackets for all of the Class AAA sections (Sections 5, 7 and 8 will be announced Sunday:

Pack the Fan Buses!

12 Mar

The Packer Fast Break Club (Like us on Facebook) is sponsoring and subsidizing the cost for fan buses to Friday night’s Section 1AAA Final against New Prague.

The school buses will leave from Austin High School at 6 p.m. and will return after the game. The cost is only…

$1 for students

or

$5 for adults!

To reserve your spot, click the appropriate link below and print, complete and sign the form and return it to the Austin High School Activities Office with payment by noon on Thursday, March 15.

STUDENT FAN BUS PERMISSION FORM

ADULT FAN BUS RESERVATION FORM

Update: The first adult bus will be a coach bus instead of a school bus, so get to the AHS Activities Office and sign up early if you want to be sure to get on the coach bus.

Game tickets may be purchased separately at the Mayo Civic Center when you arrive. Game time is 8 p.m.

There also is a big concert at the Mayo Civic Center Friday night. There is plenty of parking and it is free, but parents and fans should be notified that they may have to walk a few blocks from the lots. The ramp across the street from the Civic Center may be full.

Packer fans have fueled an undefeated home record this year. Now it’s time to build that enthusiasm to an even greater scale at Mayo Civic Center to earn a trip to State!

Packers top Waseca

4 Jan

After Waseca hit a three-pointer to cut Austin’s lead to 7-6 with 5 minutes gone in the game, the Packers used smothering defense to ignite a 27-4 run to close the first half with a 34-10 halftime lead, and went on to a comfortable 58-33 home win Tuesday night.

Several Packers saw extended playing time, and the scoring was extremely balanced as Joe Aase led the Pack with 10 points, while Bret Lukes and Zach Wessels both had 9, Nate Schwab had 8, Tom Aase and Zach Vierkandt scored 7 apiece and Goliath Oboyo and Collin Weisert scored 4 each.

Here are the video highlights:

The Packers are now 5-2 on the year and 4-0 against Section 1AAA opponents. They return to action Friday night at Mankato West in a Big Nine Conference matchup.

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