The Princeton Tigers faced off against Cambridge-Isanti May 18 to mark their last regular season game of the year.
The Tigers fell to the Cambridge-Isanti Bluejackets 13-3 in six innings.
The game remained scoreless through the second inning until the Bluejackets turned on their offense. Cambridge-Isanti went on to score two runs in the second inning, leading the Tigers 2-0.
It took the Tigers another inning to finally get their swing down. Chelsea Lindquist, Josalynn Scott, Charity Hanson and Maggie McLaughlin all batted .500 on the night. Scott hit Princeton’s only triple and also scored one of their three runs.
The Tigers scored one run in the fifth inning, still trailing the Bluejackets 2-1. In the sixth inning Princeton managed to tack on two more runs. Unfortunately Princeton’s two runs were countered by the Bluejackets’ five. Cambridge-Isanti’s last five runs enacted the ten-run rule at the end of the sixth inning.
Princeton will finish the 2012 regular season with a record of 4-15. The Tigers traveled to Anoka Tuesday for play in playoff action. You can find results online at www.unioneagle.com.