10th grade football
Alexandria’s 10th grade football team fell to Rocori 20-18, as Rocori scored twice in the first quarter on two Cardinal fumbled snaps.
Rocori scored one more time, also on a fumble before half time.
The Cardinals took advantage of a Rocori fumbled snap and put two points on the board as a result of a safety.
In the second half, the Card offense put together a couple of great drives. Steffan Morical scored on a 20-yard run. The two-point conversion was successful on a run again by Steffan Morical.
The Cardinals scored again on a fumble recovery by Steffan Morical. The ensuing two-point conversion run by Brock Wood was good.
The Alexandria girls’ JV swimming and diving team beat Fergus Falls 90-58.
The Cards took seven of 12 events, with individual wins coming from Rachel Peterson (200 free), Ellen Johnson (100 free), Alycia Crowe (500 free), Maddy Gorghuber (100 back), and Molly Simonson (100 breast).
Improvement leaders were Allison Wood, dropping 10 seconds in the 100 free, Alycia Crowe, slicing eight seconds in the 500 free, and Mara Bellefeuille, shaving two seconds off in the 100 back.
JV cross country
The boys’ JV cross country team won the team championship at the Fergus Falls Invitational, with runners taking the top four places.
Runners of meet were Kyle Blank, Dylan Koenig, Nick Hansberry, Luke McKirdy, Alex Haack for their impressive races and improvements.
Runners of the meet for the girls were Melissa Gromatka and Sari Gaugert.
The JV1 girls’ volleyball team traveled to Sartell falling 2-1 to the Sabres 22-25, 23-25, 15-5.
Laurel Thompson produced nine kills and Brianna Johnson did a nice job at the net with seven kills.
Quinn Kragenbring had a nice night setting with 12 set assists.
Defensively for the Cards Shanee Herd had 15 digs for the night. Thompson added 14.
Johnson had three ace serves and 12 points.
9th grade volleyball
The 9th grade volleyball teams defeated Sartell 25-11, 25-16, 15-12 and 25-3, 25-10, 15-5.
Adrianne Wensman returned after a two-week ankle injury and stepped up to the role of setter, filling in for two setters out with illness.
Wensman had seven ace serves, four kills, and assisted the team with seven ace sets.
Allie Noetzelman led the team with eight kills, two ace blocks and with nine ace sets.
Danielle Carlson had seven ace serves and two ace blocks. Carli Homan had six ace serves and Saige Glaser had five. Erin Ann Schueler remained strong at the net with four kills and an ace block.