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sportsHeadlinesBoys basketball: Osakis still going after fending off Warroad Boys basketball: Trojans take semifinals in overtime over Panthers Boys basketball: Trojans take semifinals in overtime over PanthersState hockey: Cardinals reflect on historic run that ends in second placeState hockey: Cardinals dethrone the Hawks as a state title sits a win awaylifeHeadlinesAlexandria Area Community CalendarThe day Curt Felt diedBonding over booksToys for Kids reaches 165 childrenWhat would Mr. Fitzgerald think?outdoorsHeadlinesIce more complex than just frozen waterMorken: Plans for 2018 season come into focusMike Frisch: A one two punch for perchNortheast Minnesota moose population remains low but stableIs feeding the ducks helping or hurting them?opinionHeadlinesOUR TURN: Driving in the snow: What if? LETTER: Food program is vital for rural areas LETTER: A look into Southern Poverty Law CenterTHUMBS UP/THUMBS DOWNCapitol Chatter: Service animal owners want protection against fakescountryHeadlinesExtension schedules land rent meeting for farmers, landownersManaging boxelder bugs as the cold sets in Step away from that pruning saw!Going far with 4 H horsesCounty crafting buffer compliance rulesbusinessHeadlinesSmile Drive aims to improve dental healthBrand specialist to speakHeartland near top for knee replacementA home away from home: Home based businesses invited to take part in Chamber networking event Senior Center serves Scandinavian mealThe Alexandria boys hockey team took on fellow Central Lakes Conference team Sartell St. Stephen on the road Thursday night. After the Sabres took at early two goal lead in the first period, the Cardinals never had an answer.

The 2 1 loss extends the Cardinals’ losing streak to three games, giving the team a 5 7 1 overall record.

The only Alexandria goal came with just 40 seconds left in the game. Jack Powell took advantage of a power play and ended the shutout. Ben Doherty and Caleb Strong had the assists.

Alexandria narrowly outshot the Sabres, 19 18. The Sabres goaltender Devin Peterson had 18 saves to win the game. Goaltender Jackson Boline had 16 saves on the night for the Cardinals.

SARTELL ST. STEPHEN 2 0 0 2ALEXANDRIA 0 0 1 1SHOTS Sartell St. Stephen 6 7 5 18; Alexandria 5 6 8 19; Power Plays Sartell St. Stephen 0 3; Alexandria 1 2SCORINGFIRST PERIOD Sartell St. Stephen Connor Kalthoff (Jack Hennemann), 6:44; Sartell St. Stephen Garrett Freeman (Talon Sigurdon, Jake Rosenberger), 9:07SECOND PERIOD No scoringTHIRD PERIOD Alexandria Jack Powell (power play) (Ben Doherty, Caleb Strong), 16:24GOALTENDING Sartell St. Stephen Devin Peterson 18 saves, 1 goal allowed; Alexandria Jackson Boline 16 saves, 2 goals allowedThe 2 1 loss extends the Cardinals’ losing streak to three games, giving the team a 5 7 1 overall record.

The only Alexandria goal came with just 40 seconds left in the game. Jack Powell took advantage of a power play and ended the shutout. Ben Doherty and Caleb Strong had the assists.

Alexandria narrowly outshot the Sabres, 19 18. The Sabres goaltender Devin Peterson had 18 saves to win the game. Goaltender Jackson Boline had 16 saves on the night for the Cardinals.

SARTELL ST. STEPHEN 2 0 0 2ALEXANDRIA 0 0 1 1SHOTS Sartell St. Stephen 6 7 5 18; Alexandria 5 6 8 19; Power Plays Sartell St. Stephen 0 3; Alexandria 1 2SCORINGFIRST PERIOD Sartell St. Stephen Connor Kalthoff (Jack Hennemann), 6:44; Sartell St. Stephen Garrett Freeman (Talon Sigurdon, Jake Rosenberger), 9:07SECOND PERIOD No scoringTHIRD PERIOD Alexandria Jack Powell (power play) (Ben Doherty, Caleb Strong), 16:24GOALTENDING Sartell St. Stephen Devin Peterson 18 saves, 1 goal allowed; Alexandria Jackson Boline 16 saves, 2 goals allowed
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