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The third-seeded Osakis wrestling team headed down to Eden Valley for a matchup with second-seeded Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa on Friday. They kept things close but couldn’t quite get over the hump in a 31-23 loss. The Jaguars used an 8-5 win by Cody Rust at 220 and a 3-0 win by Ben Feuerhake at heavyweight to put the finishing touches on their win. Osakis had jumped out to an early lead after Seth Johnson (106, 13-4) and Trenton Coyer (113, 18-5) got major decisions in their first two matches.
The Brandon-Evansville girls basketball team continued its strong play in the Little Eight Conference this season with a 48-29 win over Rothsay on the road Friday. The Chargers’ win improved them to 9-1 in the LEC.
Alexandria’s Ecumen Bethany Community is starting a new project to avoid accidents and hospitalizations associated with the mismanagement of medication. The project, which connects Bethany patients with pharmacists at Alexandria’s...
Cardinals begin state tournament with Red Wing matchup
The Osakis boys basketball team was unable able to push a second half five-point deficit any closer in a 75-65 loss to St. John’s Prep Tuesday at home. The Silverstreaks trailed 38-25 at halftime, which ended up being the night’s largest lead for the Johnnies. Osakis head coach Matt Hoelscher said they made some changes at halftime to get back into the game. “We really focused on not getting beat in the post like we did in the first half,” Hoelscher said.
Alexandria girls win another section title
Local girls cross country runners, coaches react to 5K change
Osakis wrestlers move to the 5A semifinals
The Section 5A team tournament started strong for the Osakis wrestling team Tuesday with a 59-16 victory at home over sixth-seeded Eden Valley-Watkins. Osakis cruised through the lower weights as it scored the first 29 team points of the match. Head coach Joey Andreasen said he could not be happier with the way the team wrestled in the first-round tournament match. “We all wrestled quite well,” Andreasen said. “We came out with intensity and wrestled hard.
Kohler becomes state’s 15th girls basketball coach to reach 500 wins