Alexandria Boys 8th Grade Football

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Alexandria Athlete Leadership Academy begins this Saturday!

Alexandria, IN.  New athletic director Mickey Hosier will be leading the first session of the AALA- Alexandria Athlete Leadership Academy this Saturday from 9-11AM in the high school cafeteria.  All fall athletes grades 9-12 are expected to be in attendance.  If you are an athlete but are not participating in a fall sport you are welcome

Hosier back in Alexandria

ALEXANDRIA, IN – A few weeks back Alexandria Activities Director Tina Bolte resigned in order to relocate to the Cincinnati, Ohio area. Since that time Alexandria has been going through the process of trying to find a replacement. After a series of interviews with several exceptional candidates, the interview committee has decided to recommend Mickey

All-CIC Football Teams Released

The Central Indiana Conference released the All-CIC Offensive and Defensive Teams.  Tigers who made these teams were: Jacob Clegg – Defensive Line Evan Hodges – Linebacker Anthony Thomas – Secondary Jacob Thurston – Center Jonah Jerrils – Wide Receiver Blaize Kelly – Quarterback   Earning Honorable Mention for the Tigers were: Jeffery Ice – Guard

Football Advances in Sectional

Our Tiger Football Team advanced to the second round of sectional last Friday with a 42-35 win over Eastern Greentown. The Tigers will play Lapel this Friday night, October 31st at Alexandria at 7pm.  In the spirit of Halloween, there will be a “Trunk or Treat” hosted in the parking lot.  Anyone wishing to participate

Tigers hold off Wabash

ALEXANDRIA, IN – Alexandria got off to a sluggish start as both teams traded turnovers on opening drives Friday night when they hosted Wabash. Then the Tigers got going taking a 19-0 lead after the first stanza. After that, the Tigers seemed to have the wheels fall off as they committed untimely penalties to end

Class 2A Football Coaches Association Poll (Week 2)

1. Lafayette Central Catholic (4) 89 2. Cardinal Ritter (5) 83 3. Rensselaer Central 73 4. Evansville Mater Dei 67 5. Scecina Memorial 62 6. Southridge 47 7. Triton Central 39 8. Shenandoah 15 9. Monrovia 13 10. Speedway 12 Others Receiving Votes: Heritage Christian (10), Woodlan (10), Tipton (8), Paoli (6), Bremen (6), Churubusco

Kelly named to “Prime Time 25”

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Football season has been over for months… In fact, basketball has even come and gone, and now Alexandria’s Blaize Kelly is preparing to take the mound for the Alexandria baseball team. But last Sunday night Kelly dawned his football jersey one more time as a junior when Indiana Football Digest named him

JV Football UNDEFEATED in 2013

Alexandria has just finished one of the most successful football seasons in the school’s history, and fans are very excited about the future of the program. The Tigers will not only return the majority of starters next season, but the program has an abundance of talent who showed their skills during a perfect Junior Varsity


CONVERSE, IN – Oak Hill ended a 17-year wait Friday night, which means Alexandria is still waiting. The Golden Eagles won its first football sectional championship since 1996 — and its fifth overall — with a 35- 14 victory over Alexandria in the championship game of Class 2A Sectional 36. Alexandria’s Tigers were playing in


ALEXANDRIA, IN – Even before Elwood scored that final touchdown Friday night, everyone on the Alexandria sideline knew that should the Panthers score, they would go for the two-point conversion and the win. And how could anyone blame them? They have the All-Time Leading Rusher in the history of Indiana High School Football. On this