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The Princeton boys basketball went 1-1 over its last two games of the regular season, including defeating North Branch at home 60-52, in a final preparation for the Section 7AAA tournament. The Tigers are the No. 7 seed in the section, sending them to No. 2 Hermantown (21-5) for the Thursday, Feb. 2...Read More
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Princeton will have a multi-wrestler presence at the Class AA state wrestling tournament. The top two wrestlers in each weight class in Saturday’s Section 7AA finals advanced to state. Princeton had two section champions crowned this weekend and one runner- up. Jake Pramann (170) and Brent Cha...Read More
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PLAYOFF UPDATE: Nine different players lit the lamp when Princeton boys hockey defeated Legacy Christian Academy 11-2 in the Section 5A quarterfinals held in town on Feb. 19. The No. 3 seed Tigers (12-12-2) will next travel to No. 2 seed Chisago Lakes (9-15-2) for the semifinals battle at 7 p.m. on ...Read More
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Princeton boys hockey finished off the regular season with a strong step toward the playoffs after defeating Pine City-Rush City 5-3 on Feb. 10. Logan Peterson knotted the game at 1-1 with a goal in the second period. Jake S. Carlson, Josh Swanson and Cole Heinemann netted goals to keep the Tigers a...Read More
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Princeton boys swim & dive compiled 280 points to defend the title at the northern-oriented Taconite Invitational hosted by Mesabi East Feb. 14. Dustin Moinichen kept pace with Duluth’s Miles Rohrbaugh in first half of diving and then pulled away in the finals to win that 11-dive event with 36...Read More
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The Princeton gymnastics season wrapped up on a positive note when members stacked up some of their best work at the Section 7A Finals hosted by Sartell Feb. 14. The Tigers compiled their highest team total on Vault at 34.45 when senior Allison Humphrey led with an 8.675, followed by personal-bests ...Read More
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Princeton went 1-1 in the first two rounds of the Section 7AA Team South Subsection tourney held on a snowy Feb. 10 in Mora. The Tigers, seeded No. 3, began by eliminating No. 6 Pine City-Hinckley 72-12. Tim Bialka at 138 and Jake Pramann at 170 had the quickest falls in the match with sticks [...]...Read More
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Princeton got a little revenge for an earlier five-point loss to Cambridge-Isanti this season by stifling the Bluejackets 61-35 in a Feb. 13 home conference victory. A few turnovers limited the Tigers’ production at the start. Things began thawing when Danielle Chmielewski sunk two free throws, As...Read More
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