The Princeton Union-Eagle » Sports http://unioneagle.com Community newspaper of Princeton, Minn. Mon, 20 Oct 2014 18:21:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Girls soccer: Tigers advance to state http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/girls-soccer-tigers-advance-to-state/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/girls-soccer-tigers-advance-to-state/#comments Fri, 17 Oct 2014 20:16:45 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111540 The Princeton High School girls soccer team celebrates after a 2-1 victory over Hermantown on Thursday night, Oct. 16 in the section championship game at Denfeld High School in Duluth. Princeton and Hermantown were tied 1-1 at the end of regulation play. After two scoreless sudden-death overtime periods, the teams went into a shootout to determine which team advanced to the state tournament. Hermantown went 2-2 on its first four kicks. Princeton connected on its first four kicks to advance to state.

The Princeton High School girls soccer team celebrates after a 2-1 victory over Hermantown on Thursday night, Oct. 16 in the section championship game at Denfeld High School in Duluth. Princeton and Hermantown were tied 1-1 at the end of regulation play. After two scoreless sudden-death overtime periods, the teams went into a shootout to determine which team advanced to the state tournament. Hermantown went 2-2 on its first four kicks. Princeton connected on its first four kicks to advance to state.

The Princeton girls’ soccer team will play in its first ever state tournament after defeating Hermantown 2-1 in a shootout in the Class 1A, Section 7 final.

Princeton found the net quickly with a Taylor Laabs goal in the second minute of the first half.

But with 14 minutes left in the game, Hermantown’s Callie Hoff scored  to tie the game 1-1.

After a scoreless overtime, the game went a shootout.

Hermantown went 2-2 on four shots with great defense by Tiger goalkeeper Eden Betzler. Princeton’s Anna Oakes, Ashley Schramel, Erica Schramel, and Kieran Lekatz connected on their shots for the Tigers.

See a complete story and photos in the Oct. 23 issue of the Princeton Union-Eagle.

 

 

 

Princeton came away with the win in a 4-2 shootout.

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Tiger girls reach section championship http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-girls-reach-section-championship/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-girls-reach-section-championship/#comments Wed, 15 Oct 2014 20:45:40 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111522 Tiger sophomore Larkin Walter scored the lone goal in Tuesday's semifinal win at home over the Thunder.

Tiger sophomore Larkin Walter scored the lone goal in Tuesday’s semifinal win at home over the Thunder.

Top-seed Princeton kept rolling in the Section 7A girls soccer tourney by defeating No. 4 Zimmerman 1-0 at home in the Oct. 14 semifinals. Larkin Walter netted the lone goal of the match, and Eden Betzler finished with 7 saves.

The Tigers (17-1) will play in their first-ever section championship 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16 at the Duluth Public School Stadium against No. 2 Hermantown (15-2-1). The Hawks downed Chisago Lakes 2-1 in their semifinals match.

 

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Tiger Football runs past Vikings; playoffs begin Oct. 21 http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-football-runs-past-vikings-playoffs-begin-oct-21/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-football-runs-past-vikings-playoffs-begin-oct-21/#comments Wed, 15 Oct 2014 20:35:56 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111518 Princeton totaled 392 yards on the ground while spoiling North Branch’s Homecoming night with a 42-14 road victory Oct. 10.

The Tigers marched 74 yards on the game’s first drive with Wyatt Dahlheimer scoring from six yards out. The Vikings passed their way to knot the score, but Princeton answered right back when Tanner Palmborg hauled in a 30-yard TD pass from Sam Archer just into the second quarter. Following a Viking failed fake punt attempt, Palmborg’s 31-yard scoring catch with 23 seconds left in the half had the Tigers up 21-7 at the break.

Greg Whiteoak picking up the tough yards during the Oct. 10 win at North Branch's Homecoming.  Photo by Kat Ladwig, Forest Lake Times

Greg Whiteoak picking up the tough yards during the Oct. 10 win at North Branch’s Homecoming. Photo by Kat Ladwig, Forest Lake Times

Princeton quickly took advantage of a North Branch fumble to start the second half when Dahlheimer plowed home from two yards out. Jake Carlson filled in the late minutes by scoring twice for the Tigers on runs of 20 and 69 yards.

Cody Schuelke gained 114 ground yards and Dahlheimer had 103 yards to lead the Tigers’ ground game. With the big final run, Carlson finished with 96 yards.

• Princeton closed the regular season with an Oct. 15 game with Cambridge-Isanti in a final push for playoff seeding. Heading into that game, the Tigers were in the No. 3 slot in Section 7AAAA and needed a win over the Bluejackets and a loss by Hermantown against Virginia to move up into the No. 2 spot which holds a first-round bye.

If positions do not change, the Tigers would host No. 6 Duluth Denfeld for the Tuesday night, Oct. 21 quarterfinals. A victory there would send them to Hermantown (6-1) for the Oct. 25 semifinals. Defending section champ Cloquet (7-0) already clinched the top seed for the playoffs and will host either No. 4 Hibbing (1-6) or No. 5 Grand Rapids (0-7) in the other semifinals.

Mississippi 8 Football

RED: Chisago Lakes 6-1; Princeton 4-3; Monticello 4-3; North Branch 2-5; Big Lake 2-5; Duluth Denfeld 0-7. BLUE: Rogers 7-0; St. Michael-Alb. 6-1; St. Francis 5-2; Cambridge-Isanti 3-4; Buffalo 3-4; Duluth East 1-6.

   10/10 results: Princeton 42, North Branch 14 • Monticello 25, Chisago Lakes 19 • St. Francis 27, Buffalo 14 • St. Michael-Alb. 49, Cambridge-Isanti 7 • Rogers 62, Big Lake 7 • Dul. East 18, Dul.Denfeld 6.

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Mille Lacs fish diet study is topic of presentation http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/mille-lacs-fish-diet-study-is-topic-of-presentation/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/mille-lacs-fish-diet-study-is-topic-of-presentation/#comments Wed, 15 Oct 2014 14:24:43 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111478 A study of what fish eat in Mille Lacs Lake, and how much food is consumed by predator fish in the lake, will be the subject of a Department of Natural Resources presentation and discussion.
The event is part of a series intended to share biological information and answer citizen questions on important and timely topics related to the ecology and management of Mille Lacs Lake.
The presentation will be 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, at the Wealthwood Gun Club, 23573 420th Place in Aitkin.
“We often hear questions about what fish eat in Mille Lacs Lake. The preliminary results of this DNR research helps us better understand fish diets, which in turn helps us build understanding about the current, complex issues facing Mille Lacs Lake,” said Tyler Ahrenstorff, DNR fish research specialist.
The DNR call the events Hooked on Mille Lacs: On the Road. They complement the agency’s Hooked on Mille Lacs Lake quarterly newsletter. At these and future gatherings, local DNR fisheries biologists will present on important and timely Mille Lacs topics. A facilitated group discussion on the evening’s topic will give people the chance to ask questions and make suggestions for future discussions.
The meeting is part of an emerging agency approach to more broadly communicate fish population information, research findings and rationale for management decisions. There is no charge for admission.
To learn about Mille Lacs Lake management, visit www.mndnr.gov/millelacslake.

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Tiger Girls Tennis earns first State berth http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-girls-tennis-earns-first-state-berth/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-girls-tennis-earns-first-state-berth/#comments Mon, 13 Oct 2014 19:14:34 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111469 Senior Mary Claire Mayerchak rallied to defeat East's Hauer 3-6, 6-0, 6-1 in the 7AA Team finals Oct. 11 on the Elk River courts.

Tiger senior Mary Claire Mayerchak rallied to defeat East’s Hauer 3-6, 6-0, 6-1 in the 7AA Team finals Oct. 11 on the Elk River courts.

Putting together a clutch day of tennis on the Elk River courts Oct. 11, the Princeton girls advanced to the State Team Tournament for the first time with two big victories.

The Tigers began with a sweep in singles matches to roll to a 5-2 win over Grand Rapids in the morning session. The championship pitted  top-seed Princeton against No. 2 Duluth East where the Tigers held for a 4-3 win.

“In the playoffs, each team must use one of three lineups, and we guessed that Duluth East would strengthen No. 1 Doubles and weaken Nos. 3 and 4 Singles. So if they went with this lineup, we wanted to strengthen our singles and try to keep three equal doubles teams,” analyzed Tiger Coach Kelly Dorr. “Our guess paid off.”

East’s tough Norr & Hauer were first off with a 6-0, 6-3 win at that No. 1 slot. The Tigers’ Kelsey Dorr answered with a 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 3 Singles, but East regained the lead by taking No. 3 Doubles 6-3, 6-1. The match locked up again when Reilee Schepper & Krysta Maus took their No. 2 Doubles battle 6-4, 6-0.

East’s Berry, who reached the 7AA Singles semis, put her team back up by a point with a 6-4, 6-4 win at No. 2 Singles. Jenna Doyle, who played primarily in doubles all season, made the Tiger moves count at No. 4 Singles when she rallied from an 0-3 deficit in set one to win 6-4, then she overcame a a 2-4 deficit in set two to win 6-4.

Bri Dorr congratulated by Coach Kelly Dorr after her first-off win against the GR-G Lightning.  Bri teamed with sister, Kelsey (below), to reach the State Doubles Tourney with a strong run in the 7AA individuals brackets.

Bri Dorr congratulated by Coach Kelly Dorr after her first-off win against the GR-G Lightning. Bri teamed with sister, Kelsey (below), to reach the State Doubles Tourney with a strong run in the 7AA individuals brackets.

“Jenna tried moving the girl deep to the backhand and then short to the backhand. She kept her plan going, and it paid off,” described Coach Dorr.

The State trip was coming down to the last match still going on the No. 1 Singles court. Princeton’s Mary Claire Mayerchak dropped the first set 6-3, but she stormed back with her big serve to take the next two 6-0, 6-1 over 7AA State singles entrant Elise Hauer of East.

“Mary Claire never got down and stayed mentally tough to close out the match,” said Coach Dorr.

The Tigers next action will be the Oct. 21 quarterfinals of the Class AA Team tourney at the U of M’s Baseline Center. They will take on No. 2 Prior Lake in the 12 p.m. noon quarterfinals. A win pit them against either No. 3 Minnetonka or St. Cloud Tech in the Oct. 22 semifinals (10 a.m.).

Seventeen-time defending champ and top-seed Edina is back in the other half of the Class AA brackets, opening against Mounds View. The Nos. 4 and 5 seeds are Mahtomedi and Rochester Mayo.

IMG_0761• Tigers Bri and Kelsey Dorr locked in a State berth in doubles with a True Second victory over teammates Mary Claire Mayerchak & Jenna Doyle Oct. 13 at the Daytona Club.

Elk River’s Meagan Brown is the 7AA Singles champ after beating East’s E. Hauer in the Oct. 13 finals.

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Tiger Soccer advances with win http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-soccer-advances-with-win/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-soccer-advances-with-win/#comments Mon, 13 Oct 2014 18:56:59 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111465 The Tigers celebrate Ashley Schramel's goal 1:52 into the Oct. 11 playoff match against Proctor at home.

The Tigers celebrate Ashley Schramel’s goal 1:52 into the Oct. 11 playoff match against Proctor at home.

Top-seed Princeton scored all the goals it needed in the first half to secure a 5-1 win over No. 8 Proctor in the Section 7A quarterfinals played on a breezy Oct. 11.

The win will have the Tigers host No. 4 Zimmerman in the section semifinals on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 14 with a 4 p.m. start. Princeton tipped the Thunder 1-0 in a Sept. 15 match.

Ashley Schramel got the Tigers’ opening goal against Proctor on Saturday. Following her with netted goals were Alanna Mattson, Erica Schramel, Mattson and Maggie Peterson.

The other semifinals will see No. 2 Hermantown hosting No. 3 Chisago Lakes. The section championship will be Oct. 16 at Duluth Public Stadium.

PRINCETON FOOTBALL 42, NORTH BRANCH 14

Princeton got back in the win column by defeating the host Vikings behind 392 rushing yards Oct. 10. Tanner Palmborg caught two touchdown receptions in the first half which had the Tigers up 21-7. Wyatt Dahlheimer and Jake Carlson both scored two TDs on the ground in the win.

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Tiger girls beat Royals for share of M-8 crown http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-girls-beat-royals-for-share-of-m-8-crown/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-girls-beat-royals-for-share-of-m-8-crown/#comments Fri, 03 Oct 2014 16:31:47 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111356 The Tigers walk of the home pitch victorious and conference champions after defeating Rogers 1-0 Oct. 2.  Photos by Greg Hunt

The Tigers walk of the home pitch victorious and conference champions after defeating Rogers 1-0 Oct. 2. Photos by Greg Hunt

Princeton girls soccer took care of business by defeating Rogers at home 1-0 on a muddy, wet field on Oct. 2. The win propelled the Tigers into a three-way tie for the conference championship with the Royals and St. Michael-Albertville who all finished the Mississippi 8 season with 8-1 records.

In the first half, Rogers was controlling much of the play and held a 7-4 shots on goal edge for half which ended 0-0.  Rogers had two more shots on goal in first five minutes of second half. Then Princeton’s Maggie Peterson took advantage of a push up the right side and slid a shot in between the Royals’ keepers’ legs for the goal 7:20 into the second.

Down last 10 minutes, Rogers applied a lot of pressure in Tiger defensive zone with shots on goal but were thwarted by Princeton backline players Anna Oakes, Erica Schramel, Kieran Lekatz and McKenzie Eckert.  Tiger keeper Eden Betzler finished with 13 muddy saves for the shut out.

Tiger freshman keeper Eden Betzler dives in the mud around the north net, one of her 13 saves to post the shutout Oct. 2.

Tiger freshman keeper Eden Betzler dives in the mud around the north net, one of her 13 saves to post the shutout Oct. 2.

This is Princeton’s second conference championship in three years.  They also won the Granite Ridge in their last year in the league in 2012. 

The victory should secure Princeton as the No. 1 seed which carries with it a first-round bye for the Section 7A playoffs which begin Oct. 9.

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Tiger Tennis sweeps matches for Mississippi 8 championship http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-tennis-sweeps-matches-for-mississippi-8-championship/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-tennis-sweeps-matches-for-mississippi-8-championship/#comments Thu, 02 Oct 2014 15:11:16 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111295 Jenna Doyle & Sarah Stark worked well together in their straight-set victory at No. 1 Doubles when the Tigers closed the Mississippi 8 championship season against Monticello Sept. 30.  Photos by Greg Hunt

Jenna Doyle & Sarah Stark worked well together in their straight-set victory at No. 1 Doubles when the Tigers closed the Mississippi 8 championship season against Monticello Sept. 30. Photos by Greg Hunt

TEAM IS SEEDED NO. 1 FOR NEXT WEEK’S PLAYOFFS:  The Tigers clinched the 2014 Mississippi 8 championship by sweeping Cambridge-Isanti 7-0 Sept. 23, Chisago Lakes 7-0 Sept. 25 and finishing with a 7-0 sweep of Monticello at home Sept. 30.

Winning their Singles matches against the CL Wildcats were Mayerchak (6-0, 6-0 over Hindt), B. Dorr (6-1, 6-0 over Budde), K. Dorr (6-0, 6-1 over Gillach) and Stark (6-2, 6-1 over Thorson). Rolling in the Doubles match ups were Doyle & Hannah Johnson (6-1, 6-0 over Zupko & Dahlheimer), Schepper & Krysta Maus (6-2, 6-2 over Sargeant & Houfer) and Becca Maus & Gabby Dahlen (7-6, 6-2 over Stendahl & Ingalls).

The lineup looked a bit different in the win over the Magic, but the results were the same.  Winning at Singles for the Tigers were Mayerchak, B. Dorr, K. Dorr and Schepper.  Taking their Doubles matches were Doyle & Stark at No. 1, Johnson & K. Maus at No. 2, and B. Maus & Farley at No. 3.

Mississippi 8 Girls Tennis FINAL: Princeton 9-0, 20-1; Rogers 8-1, 19-6; Buffalo 7-2, 9-5; Cambridge-Isanti 5-4, 13-5; St. Michael-Alb. 5-4, 12-10; Monticello 4-5, 9-9; Chisago Lakes 4-5, 7-9; Big Lake 2-7, 3-12; St. Francis 1-8, 6-11; North Branch 0-9, 0-14.

Senior Mary Claire Mayerchak rolled to a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 Singles against Monticello Sept. 30.  Mayerchak and the Tigers are seeded No. 1 and received a first-round bye for the Section 7AA Team tourney which begins next week.

Senior Mary Claire Mayerchak rolled to a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 Singles against Monticello Sept. 30. Mayerchak and the Tigers are seeded No. 1 and received a first-round bye for the Section 7AA Team tourney which begins next week.

• Princeton girls tennis was seeded in the No. 1 slot for next week’s Section 7AA Team tourney.

With that seed, the Tigers received a bye for the Oct. 6 opening round. They will host the winner between No. 8 Hermantown (8-6) and No. 9 Andover (6-10) in the quarterfinals on Tuesday, Oct. 7. This year’s tourney, which is not split into South and North subsections for the first time in recent memory, will then resume on Saturday, Oct. 11 for the semis and championship matches at the Daytona Tennis Club.

Also in Princeton’s half of the brackets are No. 4 Grand Rapids-Greenway (8-5) and No. 5 Cambridge-Isanti (12-5). Leading seeds in the other half are defending champs No. 2 Duluth East (17-3) and No. 3 Elk River (12-4).

The 7AA Individual tourney will still be split into South/North subsections, with the southern opening matches taking place Oct. 9 at Elk River beginning at 10 a.m. In Singles, Princeton’s Reilee Schepper is the No. 6 seed, opening against No. 11 Elkerton of North Branch. Sarah Stark is seeded 9th and will take on No. 8 Anderson of North Branch in her first match.

Seeded No. 2 for 7AA South Doubles are Tigers Bri and Kelsey Dorr who begin with No. 15 Peterson & Janowski of Big Lake. In the Doubles No. 4 slot for PHS are Jenna Doyle and Mary Claire Mayerchak who open against No. 13 Zupko & Dahlheimer of Chisago Lakes. Three rounds will take place that day, with the survivors advancing to the Oct. 13 7AA semifinals.

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Tiger High School Sports Oct. 2 – 7 http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-high-school-sports-oct-2-7/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/tiger-high-school-sports-oct-2-7/#comments Thu, 02 Oct 2014 15:01:43 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111291 Tiger Football takes on st. Francis in a Homecoming battle between two 3-2 teams on Friday, Oct. 3.

Tiger Football takes on st. Francis in a Homecoming battle between two 3-2 teams on Friday, Oct. 3.

FOOTBALL:  Homecoming game vs. St. Francis Friday, Oct. 3 / 7 p.m.

CROSS COUNTRY:  At Duluth East Swain Invite Saturday, Oct. 4  11 a.m.; At St. Cloud Tech Invite Tuesday, Oct. 7 / 4 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS:  Section 7AA Team Tourney at home Tuesday, Oct. 7  4 p.m. (vs. either Hermantown or Andover);  Section 7AA South Singles/Doubles at Elk River Thursday, Oct. 9 / 10 a.m.

GIRLS SOCCER:  Vs. Rogers Thursday, Oct. 2 / 5 p.m.;  at St. John’s Prep Monday, Oct. 6 / 4:30 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER:  At Rogers Thursday, Oct. 2 / 5 p.m.  Section 7A Playoffs begin Thursday, Oct. 9

GIRLS SWIM/DIVE:  Vs. Buffalo Thursday, Oct. 2 / 6 p.m.;  at Cambridge-Isanti Invite Saturday, Oct. 4   / 1 p.m.; Vs. Sauk Rapids Tuesday, Oct. 7 / 6 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL:  At Buffalo Thursday, Oct. 2 / 7 p.m.;  At Braham Invitational Saturday, Oct. 4 / 10 a.m. first match;  Vs. Chisago Lakes Tuesday, Oct. 7 / 7 p.m.

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Girls Volleyball Tigers go 2-2 at Duluth Tourney http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/girls-volleyball-tigers-go-2-2-at-duluth-tourney/ http://unioneagle.com/2014/10/girls-volleyball-tigers-go-2-2-at-duluth-tourney/#comments Thu, 02 Oct 2014 14:51:06 +0000 http://unioneagle.com/?p=111287 Princeton volleyball made a north shore trip pay off by going 2-2 in their matches at the Duluth East Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 27.

Sophomore Maddie Nierengarten led the Tigers with 24 kills at the Duluth East Invite. She has swatted 123 kills on the season.

Sophomore Maddie Nierengarten led the Tigers with 24 kills at the Duluth East Invite. She has swatted 123 kills on the season.

The Tigers began pool play with tough matches against section powers Grand Rapids and Forest Lake, dropping their first set to the FL Rangers by just five points.

Princeton rallied in the Bronze division by notching victories against Deer River and Calumet.

“We beat Deer River 25-11 and 25-12 pretty easily. Hailey Mattson served up seven aces in that match. The chemistry and momentum flowed really well for the entire match,” said Tiger Coach Mary Patnode.  “Next up was Calumet who had beaten Duluth Denfeld in their previous match. They took the first set 26-24, then we went on to win 25-14 and 15-8 in the third set. I was very proud of the way the girls played in our division.”

Maddie Nierengarten knocked down 24 kills to lead the Tigers in the tourney. Jaydee Green had 14 kills and H. Mattson 10. Sierra Mattson hustled to set up 45 assists, and the Mattson sisters each pounded 10 ace serves. Leading the defense in digs were Kailey Wente (23), Nierengarten (18), H. Mattson (17), Green (15) and Melinda Meyer (seven).

• On Sept. 25, St. Michael-Albertville got past Princeton 25-13, 25-11, 25-15. S. Mattson passed for 13 assists, with Green and Nierengarten leading with three kills. S. Mattson also had nine digs against the Knights, with Meyer (four), Green (four) and Nierengarten (four) next in digs.

After competing in the Oct. 4 Braham Invitational, the Tigers will host Chisago Lakes Oct. 7 in a conference match.

Mississippi 8 Volleyball: Cambridge-Isanti 5-0, 17-2; North Branch 4-1, 13-4; St. Michael-Alb. 4-1, 12-7; Monticello 3-2, 14-7; Buffalo 3-2, 7-11; Rogers 2-3, 8-7; Big Lake 2-3, 6-8; St. Francis 1-4, 9-9; Princeton 1-4, 7-11; Chisago Lakes 0-5, 1-16.

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