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This is a look at how some area athletes are doing at their respective colleges or in their athletic careers. Similar pieces will run periodically through the fall, winter and...
The Osakis and Browerville-Eagle Valley softball teams came into Thursday’s matchup with undefeated records in Prairie Conference play. After seven innings, it was only the Tigers who were left standing as an undefeated team after an 11-2 victory over the Silverstreaks in Osakis. The Tigers jumped out right away in the game by scoring five runs in the top of the first inning.
The Alexandria girls golf team battled some gusty winds to finish on top in the first Central Lakes Conference meet of the season on Wednesday at the Madden’s Golf Course in Brainerd. The Cardinals shot a 331 to win the meet by 24 shots over Brainerd and Rocori. The Cardinals were led by sisters Natalie and Bridget Amundson, who finished first and second in the meet.
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The Alexandria baseball team split a road doubleheader with Section 8AAA opponent Bemidji on Friday at Bemidji State University. The Cardinals grabbed the first game 13-4 behind starting pitcher Danny Kuhn, who went 4 1/3 innings while allowing three runs on six hits with a walk and three strikeouts. Jarred Gesell finished the game by pitching 2 2/3 scoreless relief innings and only allowing one hit and two walks with four strikeouts. Brayden Amundson led the Alexandria offense by going 4-for-5 with two home runs, two singles and five RBIs.
The Alexandria boys tennis team was unable to pick up a crucial singles win on Friday in a 4-3 loss to Fergus Falls at AAHS. The Otters swept the singles lineup to grab the four matches necessary to win the Central Lakes Conference matchup. “The Cardinals swept the doubles lineup, but unfortunately that will not win a match for the team,” head coach Dave Ronning said.
The Ashby-Brandon-Evansville girls track and field team won another meet after scoring 125 team points at the Pelican Invite in Pelican Rapids last Thursday. The A-B-E boys team scored 31...
The Alexandria boys golf team got a sneak peek at the Section 8AAA tournament host course Lakeside Golf Club and responded with a first place finish on Saturday. The Cardinals shot a 308 in Perham, with Detroit Lakes following in second with a score of 311. “Several of the players were seeing the course for the first time and the others had played it back when they were in the Minnesota junior PGA,” head coach Rick Larson said. “So it was a great time to learn as much about the course as we can.” The Cardinals were led by four players who finished with scores in the 70s.
TRACK AND FIELD OSAKIS GIRLS TRACK THIRD, BOYS SEVENTH