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Princeton wrestling finished off a tough three-day stretch of competition by placing second at Saturday’s Andover Husky Invitational. Centennial won the event, and the Tigers’ Mississippi 8 partner St. Francis was third among the 12 teams. Jake Pramann and Brent Chambers won individual titles at...Read More
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In their first meeting since last season’s Section 5A championship, Princeton and Chisago Lakes tied 2-2 in Mississippi 8 boys hockey action Saturday night. The Wildcats took a 1-0 lead midway through the first period, and the advantage stood until they scored early in the third. Then with goalie ...Read More
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Upping their record to 3-0 this winter, the Princeton girls basketball team defeated Hibbing 64-25 on the St. Ben’s University court. Haley Sandin scored 13 and Taylor Laabs had 11 points in the win. All Tiger players scored in the non-conference game, including Jenna Doyle (nine), Julia Bjurman (...Read More
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After hosting the Mississippi 8 relays jamboree on Friday night, the Princeton boys swim & dive team headed west to place third at the St. Cloud Apollo Invitational on Saturday. St. Cloud Tech won the invite, with Sartell placing second ahead of Princeton in the five-team gathering. Leading plac...Read More
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Bridget Walter surpasses career points record in senior season Buzzing around the ice these past four high school seasons, Princeton senior Bridget Walter used her deft stick control and speed to create scoring chances. With many games to go this final winter with the Tigers, Walter eclipsed the tea...Read More
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Keeping pace with the Bison girls in the Mississippi 8, Princeton-Becker-Big Lake secured two conference wins last week, starting with a swift rally to defeat host St. Francis-North Branch 7-5 Dec. 2. The game was tied at 3-3 when Bridget Walter scored for the Tigers three minutes into the third per...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Princeton wrestling won four of their first five matches when the season kicked in last week. The Tigers opened the conference schedule at North Branch Dec. 2 with a 55-12 win in a rematch of last year’s Section 7AA Team opening round also won by Princeton. On Friday night, Lit...Read More
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