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Long storm delays turned the May 31 Section 7AA track & field finals into a patience-testing battle, but both Princeton squads turned in good performances. The season will continue for three Tiger girls events as they advanced to this weekend’s Class AA State Meet. At Wednesday’s prelims where some finals were also held, Taylor Laabs [...]

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A marathon of battling weather conditions in Hinckley came to a close on Monday, June 2 when the Section 7AAA boys golf tournament turned into a one-day affair. The Princeton boys closed the season placing 11th while the two Andover squads swept the girls and boys titles. After too many lightning delays eliminated Saturday’s Round [...]

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The Princeton clay target shooting team will next compete at the June 6-8 meet at the Alexandria Gun Club, with its shooting time slated for 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 8. “We have 36 athletes shooting. With that number we have teams at each level: novice, junior varsity, and varsity,” explained Coach Michelle Cunningham. “The [...]

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Highway Wrestling is a growing wrestling club located in Princeton which supports both youth and high school wrestlers. Highway Wrestling was started in April 2013 by Brian Hellman and Larry Boeke, Princeton High School and youth wrestling coaches, respectively, as a way to provide local wrestlers opportunities to advance in Folkstyle, Greco and Freestyle forms [...]

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Princeton had high-level performances across many events when the Mississippi 8 track & field championships were hosted in Zimmerman May 20. The Tiger girls finished fifth and the boys were seventh at the meet where St. Michael-Albertville swept the two team titles. The Tiger girls 4×100 relay of Taylor Laabs, Anna Oakes, Katie Bialka and [...]

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The Tiger boys finished as meet runners-up when the annual Princeton Invitational was hosted on the Princeton GC May 23. Princeton totaled 368 points to place behind invite champ Duluth East’s 314. Zimmerman (384), Anoka (390), Tiger JV (391) and Pine City (422) also competed on the beautiful Friday morning at the club. East’s Matt [...]

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Princeton was the host site for Section 7AA boys tennis, beginning on May 22 and running into this week. In the 7AA Singles tourney, Tiger freshman Thomas Mayerchak (left) won his first match 6-0, 6-1 over Andover’s Leisner on Thursday. Mayerchak then defeated Chisago Lakes’ Williamson 6-0, 6-0 in the quarterfinals before falling to Elk [...]

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