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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Princeton girls hockey improved its early record to 5-1 with a 4-3 overtime victory over visiting Brainerd Nov. 21. Erica Schramel skated to the high slot, picked up a pass from down low, and one-timed the game-winner home just 26 seconds into OT. Goals by Raegan Anderson and Maddy Peterson had the […]

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Princeton senior Jenna Doyle will send her multi-sport athleticism to the University of Jamestown (N.D.) after she signed an agreement to join the college’s women’s basketball team next season. Doyle with her tall frame is a four-year starter for the Tiger girls varsity squad. Last season, she averaged 9.1 points/game and grabbed 179 rebounds for […]

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Opening the season on the road Nov. 11, Princeton girls hockey recorded a 6-5 win at Hutchinson. Maggie Peterson scored the first goal of the season, with teammates Kenzie Skuza and Larkin Walter also netting shots for a 3-1 lead in the first period. Larkin W. finished with 2 goals and 2 assists, and Kara […]

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A successful Autumn 2014 for Princeton High sports will conclude at one more State meet since Tiger juniors Montana Lawrence and Megan Gourley extended the season after last weekend’s Section 5A finals. Swimming in the fancy new pool at Duluth’s Lincoln Park school on the hill, Lawrence placed third in both the 500 Freestyle and […]

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For the fall competitive shooting season, the Princeton  Trap team finished third in the Conference 4 standings behind Richfield-Holy Angels and McGregor-Aitkin-Cromwell. Other members in the conference were Roseau, Blackduck, Woodbury and Bloomington Jefferson. In the overall standings, Princeton junior Matt Hofstad tied for 26th out of 1,520 athletes, and sophomore Reed Hamers tied for […]

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Like father, like son. That’s an old saying that has different connotations but fits exactly for Jordan Neubauer being named Princeton High School’s newest baseball coach. Neubauer, 26, follows in the footsteps of his father, Paul, who was boys basketball coach at PHS for five years starting in 1994. And the Oct. 7 decision by […]

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Phillip Klaphake, a 2009 graduate of Princeton High School who rewrote St. Cloud State’s record book as a four-year starter at quarterback, is now a grad assistant coach at SCSU. He’s coaching the receivers, some of whom he threw to last season, and is helping with recruiting. He’s wanted to be a football coach since […]

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