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“They” say there are life lessons found in all games– part of the reason why we play in the first place. For the Princeton girls basketball squad, the lessons learned from the March 17 venture to the Target Center will become more apparent as the sting of an ended season begins to subside in a...Read More
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Princeton graduate Mariah Clarin is a senior starting forward on the South Dakota State University women’s basketball team which gained entry into this year’s NCAA tournament. The Jackrabbits (24-8) defeated rival South Dakota 72-57 in the Summit League championship and will open the NCAAs this ...Read More
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Princeton senior Sam Archer will take his academic and athletic skills to Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter next year where he will join the Gusties’ football and baseball programs. “First off, I really like the academic side of things at Gustavus– it’s a very good academic school. As o...Read More
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The Princeton girls basketball team did something Thursday, March 12 that no other team in the program reached– earning a berth in the Minnesota State basketball tournament. The Tigers got there with a 79-70 win over Grand Rapids at Duluth Denfeld High School. Taylor Laabs led Princeton scorers ...Read More
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Princeton senior Luke Hallbeck will be heading south to Iowa Lakes Community College next school year for classes and joining the Lakers’ baseball program. His classmate and Tiger teammate, Joe Bernard, already signed on with Iowa Lakes, and Bernard thought Hallbeck would also be a good fit at the...Read More
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Princeton senior Bridget Walter will take her skating and scoring skills down to Augsburg College in Minneapolis next year when she agreed to attend school and play hockey for the Auggies. A celebration on the program choice was held for her on Feb. 28 at Princeton High. “I love the city, but Augs...Read More
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Jenna Doyle scored 20 points to lead the Princeton girls basketball team to a 74-42 win over No. 4 seed Hermantown in quarterfinal playoff action March 5 at Duluth Denfeld. The Tigers rolled to a 50-25 halftime lead. Anna Oakes (10), Haley Sandin (13) and Taylor Laabs (10) also scored in double fig...Read More
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WINTER PLAYOFF UPDATES – Many Princeton highlights came out of a busy Winter 2015 playoff weekend. Senior Jake Pramann went 3-2 to take 4th place in the Class AA 170 lb. State Wrestling tourney at the Xcel Center. This was Pramann’s second trip to State for the Tigers.  Junior teammate Bren...Read More
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