10th grade football
The 10th grade football team fell to Fergus Falls Tuesday night 16-12.
The first big play came just a few minutes into the first quarter, as big defensive tackle Nate Nelson scooped up a quarterback fumble and sprinted 65 yards, taking it to the house for the Cardinals for a 6-0 lead.
Steffen Morical then pounded in a touchdown from 10 yards out for a 12-0 halftime lead.
A long Otter touchdown run and two-point conversion cut Alexandria’s lead to 12-8 to start the second half.
In the fourth quarter, a long floating Otter pass was caught along the sidelines, setting up a short touchdown run, giving Fergus Falls the lead at 14-12. The two-point conversion made the final 16-12.
9th grade football
The Alex 9th grade football team ended its season Tuesday in Fergus Fall, falling 48-20.
The Cards had an early lead in the game thanks to a touchdown run by Anthony Hubbard.
The Otters took the lead when they put up a pair of scores themselves later in the quarter.
The other two scores for the Cardinals came off of runs by Hubbard and James Holmquist.
Michael Wussow found the end zone for the two-point conversion.
JV cross country
The JV girls had a solid team effort, finishing fourth in the JV division of the Central Lakes Conference championships Tuesday.
Individually, Kristin Egenes was seventh, Alexa Goetsch 14th, Caitlin Canavati 16th, Sarianna Gaugert 17th, Maxine Carlson 20th, Melissa Gromatka 24th and Cristine Johnson 34th.
Gaugert was named runner of the meet for the girls.
The Alexandria boys JV had a great team effort, winning the JV division and captured six of the top 10 finishes.
Individually, Dave Ohman was first, Elijah Hartsell second, Dylan Koenig sixth, Matt Burow seventh, Zac Bartolomeo eighth, Jimmy Lovrien ninth and Austin Storm 13th.
Runners of the meet were Koenig, Kyle Fulghum and Bartolomeo.
The JV1 girls’ volleyball team traveled Sauk Rapids Tuesday night, winning 25-21, 25-17, 15-6.
Laurel Thompson had nine kills and Brianna Johnson had seven. Missy Schroeder, Lauren Schnitzler and Danielle Warren each had five kills.
Quinn Kragenbring had 13 set assists and Thompson had 12. Johnson had three blocks and Thompson had two.
Defensively, Shanee Herd had 18 digs and Sam Brown had 13. Kragenbring was the big server, going 100 percent with one ace and eight points.
9th grade volleyball
The Alexandria A team defeated Sauk Rapids-Rice 25-12, 25-14, 15-9 and the Alexandria B team won 25-9, 25-12, 15-9.
Leading the team from the serving line were Adrianne Wensman with 10 ace serves, Shelby Gronholz with eight and Danielle Strater with six.
Libero Jenni Wild led the team with great defense. She had nine ace digs while teammates Allie Noetzelman, Strater and Nicole Canavati together had 13.
Saige Glaser performed well at the net with six kills.
Noetzelman had four ace hits, while Canavati and Wensman each had three.
Assisting hitters were Noetzelman, Canavati and Hailey Haugen for a combined 13 ace assists.