Sports
A mix of track & field teams which neighbored the St. Cloud region renewed the Rum River Relays Revival format from years back at Sauk Rapids on April 16. The Princeton boys squad racked up 92 points to wins the meet, out-scoring St. Cloud Tech (65), Foley (61), the Storm (48) and St. Cloud Apol...Read More
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After just one rain postponement this spring, the Princeton boys tennis squad hit the courts for an April 14 opening match, downing visiting Big Lake 5-2. Taking Singles matches for Princeton were Thomas Mayerchak (6-0, 6-2), Elliot Arens (6-0, 6-1), Sam Barthel (6-0, 6-0) and Chris Swedzinski (6-4,...Read More
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Thomas Mayerchak (P) wins 6-0, 6-2 over Spencer Mattson(BL) Elliot Arens wins (P) 6-0, 6-1 over Shane Moosai  (BL) Sam Barthel (P) wins 6-0, 6-0 over Stefan Jones(BL) Chris Swedzinski (P) wins 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 over Peter Knier (BL) Joey McCoy/Schuyler Volkmuth (P) lose 4-6, 3-6 to Weiland/Cocchiarella...Read More
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Another sports history chapter in Princeton was recorded last week when the Tiger adapted bowling squad participated in its first official varsity meets. The members, coached by JoAnn Moats and Jade Joseph, stepped into the Princeton Lanes on a rainy April 7. After tossing on their orange game shirt...Read More
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Coming off a successful season last year, the Princeton high school trap shooting team kicked off its 2015 season the week of April 6. This year’s team has 48 athletes from grades 7 through 12. Practice and competition is held Monday nights at the Minnesota Sportsman’s Club with 18 athletes new ...Read More
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The weather came around nicely for the April 10 running of the Dawn Hurni Memorial Girls Invitational at Princeton. The Tigers scored 130.3 points, finishing in fourth place in a tight field with Cambridge-Isanti (134.5), Grand Rapids (134) and Big Lake (130.8). Tartan (82), Rockford (55) and Mille ...Read More
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After a couple of rainouts, Princeton Baseball opened the 2015 season with a 3-0 win at Milaca April 10. Sophomore Jake S. Carlson (left) hustled to reach base safely against the Wolves. The defense also starred by limiting Milaca to 2 hits. On Saturday, the Tigers fell 3-2 to Duluth Denfeld. Tanner...Read More
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