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Sam Stuve

Sports Reporter

Sam Stuve covers a variety of sports in Alexandria and the surrounding area, including in Osakis, Parker Prairie, Brandon-Evansville and more.

Sam is a December 2021 graduate from Iowa State University. He worked for three and a half years on the Iowa State Daily sports desk and he has previously worked for the Marshalltown-Times Republican as an intern.

Contact him at sstuve@echopress.com or 320-763-3133.

Alexandria lost 3-0 on the road at Rocori while Ashby lost to Wheaton-Herman-Norcross
The Cardinals earned a key win on senior night over Fergus Falls. The Cardinals end the regular season on Sept. 29 at Sartell-St. Stephen.
The Brandon-Evansville athletic program is having its second annual hall of fame banquet and is honoring the 2022 Hall of Fame Class on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
Alexandria is set for its final home match of the regular season on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. against Fergus Falls.
Alexandria improves to 10-1 with a dominant win over Rocori on Monday.
With 22 points in the first quarter, including a touchdown on the game-opening kickoff, Barnesville jumped ahead early in its 51-8 win over Osakis on Friday. Barnesville improved to 4-0 and handed Osakis its first loss of 2022 behind a balanced rushing attack.
The Minnewaska girls tennis team swept all its matches against Melrose on Thursday.
Brandon-Evansville and Minnewaska earned 3-0 wins on Thursday, while West Central Area lost to Sauk Centre, one of the top teams in Class AA.
The Brainerd girls swim and dive team earned a close 102-84 win over Alexandria in a conference battle on Thursday. Alexandria head coach Crysta Krause says she's seen the team grow so far this season.
In a 13-team field that included Brandon-Evansville and West Central Area, the Minnewaska Cross Country program finished in the top six of the boys and girls 5K at a meet in Melrose on Tuesday. The boys placed sixth, led by a fourth-place finish by Maeson Tank, while the girls placed second, led by a third-place finish by Lauryn Ankeny.