Junior varsity results
JV swimming and diving dominate Rocori The Alexandria swimming and diving JV team made easy work of Rocori last week, winning eight of the nine events to take a 93-33 win. Winners for the Cardinals were Megan Stenzel, Molly Leland, Dominique Evic...
JV swimming and diving dominate Rocori
The Alexandria swimming and diving JV team made easy work of Rocori last week, winning eight of the nine events to take a 93-33 win.
Winners for the Cardinals were Megan Stenzel, Molly Leland, Dominique Evich, D.J. Parkin and Sarah Sater.
The Cardinals' sophomore football team earned a 38-18 win over Rocori at Citizens Field last week.
Collin Erickson threw three touchdowns for Alexandria, including two in the second half to put the game out of reach. All three touchdowns were to different receivers.
Tyler Iverson got things started for Alexandria with a 42-yard touchdown run. He later added another touchdown in the first half.
Girls' JV soccer
The Alexandria girls' JV soccer team scored with 15 minutes remaining in the game to edge Fergus Falls, 1-0.
Michelle Anez gathered a loose ball at midfield and made a run through the Otter half. From about 25 yards out, she lofted a shot over the keeper for the game's only goal.
Kathy Bergland earned the shutout in the net for Alexandria.
Volleyball JV 1
The Cardinals' JV volleyball team improved to 3-0 this year after coming back from a first game loss to take their match against St. Cloud Apollo, 2-1.
The Cardinals dropped their first game 18-25 but dominated the final two by scores of 25-16 and 15-3.
Kaitlin Becker led the team with six kills, and Keely Gross has 16 set assists. Nicole Nellermoe had eight digs, while Erin Kennealy was close behind with seven.
Girls' JV2 soccer
Four different players scored for the Alexandria JV2 soccer team as they took a 4-0 win over the Chain 'O' Lakes club soccer team.
Emily Funk, Sam Berglin, Mo Eigen and Clair Illies each scored to build up the big lead.
Alexandria's defense also held their opponent to only four shots on the day.
JV 1 volleyball
The Alexandria JV1 volleyball team picked up another win Tuesday night as they traveled to Little Falls to play the Little Falls Flyers, bringing their record to 3-0 in the conference and 7-1 overall.
The scores of the games were 25-16, 25-10, and 15-8.
Sam Trumm led the team with 6 kills. Keely Gross put up 12 set assists.
Defensively Nikki Swedberg and Nicole Nellermoe provided the team with six digs each.
JV 2 volleyball
The Cardinals JV2 team finished out the night against Little Falls with a win.
With a strong offense and great coverage, the JV2 team came back from being down nine points in the last game and finished with scores of 25-22 and 26-24.
JV1 girls' soccer
The JV1 played an exciting match against Sartell in a game that proved to be a wide-open affair with both teams creating some very good chances.
Sartell scored the only goal of the game, emerging from a scrum in front of the goal to covert for the score.
JV2 girls' soccer
The JV2 squad made it 5-1 as they nipped the Sabres of Sartell by a 3-1 score.
Trailing 1-0 in the first half, the Cards put together a great passing combo as Claire Illies and Mo Eigen assisted a goal scored by Ashley Peterson.
The game remained tied until the 9-minute mark when Lauren Johnson made a great corner kick to Ashley Peterson who netted her second goal.
Five minutes later Mo Eigen intercepted an errant Sabre pass and scored on a nice 20-foot shot.
Sam Berglin and Joie Warnes also did a great job getting the ball to the forwards.
The Alexandria boys' JV soccer team jumped out early and never looked back in their 3-0 win over Sartell this past Tuesday.
The Cardinals were awarded a penalty kick six minutes into the game, and Jordan Zemba took advantage of it. His goal gave the Cards an early 1-0 cushion.
"[We] did a good job of coming out strong and playing with intensity to start the game," coach Bryce Brickweg said. "We did well to control the ball and pass around Sartell's players, allowing us to have many shots at goal."
Nick Schmidt and Tyler Krueger finished off the Sabres with single goals of their own. Eric Maloney assisted on both of their goals.