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Hermantown quarterback Kole Zuidmulder snuck in a late 1-yard touchdown, then he hit tight end Zack Brendon for the go-ahead two-point conversion to lift the No. 2 seed Hawks over No. 3 Princeton 22-21 in the Section 7AAAA semifinals held the evening of Oct. 25. Princeton received two touchdowns from QB sam Archer and one […]

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PLAYOFF UPDATES:  The Princeton girls soccer squad ran into slick-passing Hill-Murray in the Class A quarterfinals at SCSU Oct. 23. The Pioneers’ Callyn Loughrey netted three goals to lead her team to a 5-0 win to end the Tigers’ season. Hill-Murray will next take on top-seed Minneapolis Washburn in the Oct. 29 semifinals back on […]

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The Princeton girls enjoyed an extended stay on the U of M Baseline Center courts during this week’s Class AA tournament. In the Team tourney, the Tigers went 1-2 to finish in 6th place, with their lone win coming 4-3 against St. Cloud Tech in the consolation semifinals. Princeton opened with a 7-0 loss to […]

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Princeton sisters Brianna and Kelsey Dorr were defeated in their opening round match of the girls state tennis tournament in doubles competition. In a battle of two Tigers teams, Jill Kedrowski and Samantha Eisenreich of St. Cloud Tech won the first game 7-6. After losing the close game, the Dorrs came back to win the […]

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The Princeton girls volleyball team suffered a 3-0 loss to Elk River in playoff action Wednesday, Oct. 22 to end its season. See complete coverage in the Oct. 30 edition of the Princeton Union-Eagle.

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The Princeton Girls team tennis team is the consolation runner-up after falling short to Rochester Mayo in the consolation championship game. Kelsey Dorr of Princeton earned the Tigers’ lone win, defeating Mayo’s Emily Norman 2-6, 6-2. Rochester Mayo 6 Princeton 1 Singles: 1. Kylie Boyer, RM, def. Mary Claire Mayerchak, P, 6-1, 6-1. 2. Jessica […]

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Senior running back Wyatt Dahlheimer had four  touchdown runs — the longest being four yards — to lead the Princeton Tigers football team to a 48-24 victory in Section 7AAAA playoff action Tuesday, Oct. 21 at Princeton High School. See complete game coverage in the Oct. 30 edition of the Princeton Union-Eagle. #3 seed Princeton  […]

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