Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Greatest Game Ever Played

[From the archives, February 17, 2006, and with apologies to the semi-final and championship games of 2008, and reprinted without permission from the Class of ’65 blog site (following, which, incidentally, is a good resource for all things Alexandria)]: http://www.65roundup.blogspot.com/Continue reading

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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun . . .

(and other stuff) The following is a compendium from the Trumm files of the girls’ basketball games against Little Falls (Cards in home black) on January 21 and at Detroit Lakes (Cards in visitor white) on January 22. We have … Continue reading

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Almost a Perfect Night . . .

The Cardinal boys’ basketball team recovered nicely last night after their disheartening loss at Fergus over the weekend. They hosted a young (and upcoming) Sartell Sabre team and came away with a workmen like 60-51 victory. Seniors Parker Giroux (No. … Continue reading

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Winter’s Bone

[Harkening back to July 23, 2010 – the Alexandria premier of this movie starring Alexandria native son, John Hawkes. We now know, as many of us predicted at the time, the movie has been nominated for an Oscar as best … Continue reading

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W-I-N-G-S-P-A-N

As this reporter was driving home from the girls’ hockey game Saturday, I listened to the KXRA broadcast of the boys’ basketball game at Fergus Falls. The Cardinals were ahead 70-59 with 1:48 left in the game when I pulled … Continue reading

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Fargo South – 2, Alex – 0

The girls hockey team has been going through a spell where it’s been difficult to score goals. That happened in spades again last night. Despite otherwise playing very well against a team that’s ranked 2nd (so I heard?) in North … Continue reading

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Pre-game at the Winery

It would remain below zero all day, but it was beautiful out there! The supervisor had been housebound all week battling a cold and was antsy to get out of the house for a while. As a prelude to the … Continue reading

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