Blaze Fugina is the sports editor of the Woodbury and South Washington County Bulletin newspapers. Previously, Blaze worked as a sports editor for the Pierce County Herald and a sports reporter for the Alexandria Echo Press. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in May of 2011. You can follow Blaze on Twitter at @BlazeFugina.
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In two Alexandria gyms, residents of all ages and fitness backgrounds are coming together for a unique form of exercise. These workouts do not involve machines or repetitive routines, but instead a variety of workouts that match natural body movements.
A four-run third inning by the Osakis softball team got its offense rolling in a 12-3 victory over Minnewaska on Monday. The Lakers came into the game as one of...
The Osakis girls track and field team missed a berth in the true team state competition by just 3.5 points after finishing third at the Section 5A meet on Tuesday...
The Alexandria boys tennis team has not started the conference season like it hoped after losing three different matches in April by 4-3 scores. The Cardinals set their goals on finishing as a top-three team in the Central Lakes Conference after going 5-7 last spring. But the Cardinals’ spring conference schedule started rocky with 4-3 losses against CLC opponents Willmar, Fergus Falls and Sartell-St. Stephen. “They were 4-3, so we’re looking at it as we’re right there,” junior Devin Crowe said.
I was hired in the summer of 2013 as a sports reporter at the Echo Press. At that time, my position only allowed 32 hours of work per week, so...
The Kensington Area Heritage Society found plenty of runestone news to talk about during its annual research forum last Saturday in Kensington. President Mel Conrad said visitors from Colorado, South...
Parkers Prairie is regrouping after injury to top starting pitcher
Cardinals go 1-1 at home tourney after extra-innings loss
The Alexandria boys tennis team found out why St. Cloud Tech has reigned undefeated in the Central Lakes Conference this season in a 7-0 loss to the Tigers at home Tuesday. Tech came into the match with a 6-0 record this season against CLC opponents while Alexandria is 2-4. The Cardinals, who already lost a 7-0 match to the Tigers earlier this year, knew wins would be difficult to find.