Cardinal Connection

News from the Activities Office

June 13, 2019

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RESULTS FROM DAY 2 GOLF STATE TOURNAMENT

GIRLS GOLF - STATE TOURNAMENT

Hannah Boraas and Ciara O'Connor finished the 2019 golf season in fine fashion on Wednesday. Both players played some of their best golf of the season and moved up in the individual standings. Generally, the scores were higher on the second day of play, due to gusting winds. That was not the case for Hannah and Ciara.

Hannah matched her first day's round, with a score of 80. She felt much better about this round, as her play was more consistent. She could not get any of her good looks at birdie to drop. She improved her position from 22nd place to tied for 16th individually. Her final nine holes were her best, as she finished with a 2 over par 38. She had 11 pars on her round.

Ciara fired an excellent score of 78 on the 2nd round. This score I believe is a persona best in high school competition. (What a nice time to shine!) Ciara hit her irons much better and had some success with her putter. She birdied her final hole of the season! Her round included 11 pars and 1 birdie. She improved her position from 53rd to tied for 34th for the final individual standings.


Hannah Boraas 40 40 42 38 = 160 (Tied 16th)

Ciara O'Connor 44 44 39 39 = 166 (Tied 34th)


BOYS GOLF - STATE TOURNAMENT

The boys golf team finished their season with an impressive 4th place finish in the Boys Class AAA MSHSL State Tournament.

TEAM SCORES- 1st- Edina 595, 2nd- Waconia 597, 3rd- St. Thomas Academy 603; 4th- Alexandria 611; 5th- Elk River 618; 6th- Lakeville South 619; 7th- Maple Grove 618; Stillwater 620

ALEXANDRIA SCORES- Noah Boraas - t-12th, 149; Braden Sladek - t-12th, 149; Grant Rebrovich - t-53rd, 160; Joe Bigger - t-53rd, 160; Hunter Rebrovich - t-65th, 163; Wyatt Cavers - t-79th, 168

CONGRATULATIONS

2019 MINNESOTA TRACK & FIELD TOP 10 FINALISTS

McKenzie Duwenhoegger named 2019 Minnesota Ms. Track & Field Top 10 Finalist

Kaye Paschka named 2019 Minnesota Ms. Track & Field Top 10 Finalist

Drew Olson named 2019 Minnesota Mr. Track & Field Top 10 Finalist

NEED AN ATHLETIC PHYSICAL BEFORE NEXT FALL?

A reminder that any student participating in a MSHSL event is required to have a physical every 3 years.


I’m pleased to inform you that Alomere Health & Heartland Orthopedic Specialists will again be holding our evening Annual Wellness Visits this year!

Please share with others on your staff and parents in your district.

These are open to ALL students (not just athletes) going into 6th grade through freshman in college.

Appointments can be scheduled by calling Alexandria Clinic at 320-763-5123. These visits will be held at Heartland Orthopedic Specialists.

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SPORTS ACTIVITY REGISTRATION

Our new program will allow you to access all registration requirements in one spot. If you have not used the district's online payment module in the past for activities, chrome book insurance, meal payments, or to purchase parking permits, you will need to CREATE AN ACCOUNT prior to registering. Registration needs to be complete prior to student's being able to participate.

· On the AAHS or any district web page, click on the yellow Important Links button

· Select Online Payments

· Click on the Soccer ball icon and choose continue.

· Open your account or create a new account.

· IMPORTANT! If you wish to pay in the office with a check or cash - do not select the sport from the list of activity options. If you want to pay in the office be sure to select the first option from the list "I wish to PAY IN OFFICE".

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Home of the Cardinals

Alexandria Area High School offers more than 50 co-curricular programs including the full complement of Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) offerings - featuring varsity sports, fine and performing arts, and numerous school clubs and organizations. These student activities have continually excelled in regional and state competitions.