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    Princeton, seeded No. 10 for the Section 7AAA baseball tournament, shut out No. 7 Duluth East 8-0 when the rain out from May 25 was played on May 26. The Tigers next travel to top-seed St. Francis for a 7 p.m. quarterfinal game on Thursday, May 28. The winner of that game will [...]...Read More
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Princeton was seeded in the No. 10 slot for this week’s Section 7AAA Baseball tournament. The Tigers (7-12) will open at No. 7 Duluth East for a 4:30 p.m. single-elimination game on Monday, May 25. The teams did not face each during the regular season this spring. More May 25 opening-round game...Read More
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Princeton senior Tanner Palmborg set school and conference records in both the 100 and 200-meter Dashes when the Mississippi 8 Championships were hosted at Cambridge-Isanti May 19. Palmborg’s new mark in the 100 is 10.98 which he set in the finals, and his new low in the 200 is 22.13. Tanner a...Read More
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SOFTBALL / BASEBALL UPDATES:  In the opening round of the Section 7AAA softball tournament on May 19, No. 5 seed Duluth Denfeld ended No. 12 seed Princeton’s season with an 11-0 victory on its home field. The Hunters (17-4) next face No. 4 Chisago Lakes (13-7) when the double-elimination form...Read More
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No. 8 seed St. Francis got past No. 9 Princeton 4-3 in the opening round of the Section 7AA Team Tourney on a cold and windy May 18. The win sent the Saints against top-seed and defending champ Elk River (25-4) in the quarterfinal round on May 19. Pulling out Tiger wins in singles matches [...]...Read More
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Senior Ben Pauly closed with a 38 on the back nine and led the Princeton boys with a 78 when the Tigers hosted a Mississippi 8 East match on the Princeton Golf Course May 18. Playing in windy and cold conditions, the Tigers came in with a fifth-place 335. Jack Southard (83), Cade Wyluda (86) [...]...Read More
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Members of the Princeton adapted bowling team competed in their first State tournament last Friday, joining the large group of athletes at the Brunswick Zone in Brooklyn Park. Senior Kris Kelsey had the highest placing for the first-year Tigers when he took 12th in the PI division. His high game of ...Read More
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The Princeton boys tennis squad received the No. 9 seed for the Section 7AA Team Tourney which is scheduled to begin Monday, May 18 (weather permitting). The Tigers (3-7) will take on No. 8 St. Francis (6-8) at 4 p.m. in the opener. A win would send the Tigers to No. 1 seed Elk River (25-4) on...Read More
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