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Alexandria came back from a 3-1 deficit midway through the third frame, to force a tie against Brainerd-Little Falls.
The 6-foot-8 junior had a busy summer and fall playing basketball and soccer and is now ready to make another leap on the basketball court this winter for the Cardinals.
Another look at how more Alexandria area student-athletes are doing during their college careers.
Kranz was one of the top throwers in Class A last spring and is excited about attending MSU-Moorhead starting next fall.

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Steve Schreiber, who has coached previously at Bemidji for six years and Menahga for seven years, is ready to lead the Brandon-Evansville girls basketball program. The Chargers have been working on enhancing fundamentals and are excited about their potential.
Alexandria held the edge in shots on goal, but Roseau found a way to win 3-1.
Alexandria's Jisella Haskamp earned another top-eight finish at the state meet while Erica Johnson improved upon her 11th-place finish in the 1-meter dive at the 2021 MSHSL State diving meet with an eighth-place finish at the 2022 MSHSL State diving meet.
Alexandria earns its first win of the season with a shorthanded goal in the final minutes of regulation and a late goal in overtime.
Wayzata scores a goal with seven seconds left in the final frame to earn a 3-2 win over Alexandria.
Alexandria placed second at the Section 6A meet and qualified a handful for the Class A state meet. The Alexandria coaching staff took home some Section 6A honors as well on Saturday. Grace Urke, Jisella Haskamp, Alaina Guenther and Brooklyn Millward broke a school record in the 200 medley relay and qualified for the state meet.

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In addition to being a Resorters Men's champion, Sladek has been a pillar for the Alexandria boys golf team. Now Sladek, a senior, has officially signed to play college golf for Kansas beginning next fall.
Alexandria's Hannah Boraas has built up a long golf resume growing up in Alexandria and has now signed to play college golf for Montana State beginning next fall.
For the first time in program history, the Osakis cross country team had multiple athletes run in the state meet. Parkers Prairie's James Suchy, along with Minnewaska's Maeson Tank and Lauryn Ankeny finish the season strong with solid showings at the Class A state meet.

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