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The Princeton boys hockey team held a 2-1 lead after two periods befor surrending six 3rd period goals  that led Proctor to a 7-4 victory Tuesday, February. 3 at the Princeton Ice Arena. Scoring for Princeton were josh Swanson, Logan Peterson, Derek Abrahamson and Cole Heinemann.  ...Read More
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Women interested in becoming archers or learning how to bow hunt can sign up for a three-part class series on archery basics, equipment, target shooting and hunting skills in a class series starting Saturday, Feb. 28. “Women can learn the basics of archery, and those with intermediate archery skil...Read More
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Princeton’s Anna Oakes’ 13 points were not enough overcome Saint Michael-Albertville in a 68-34 loss Friday, Jan. 30. SMA led 38-18 at the half. Princeton made just 12 of 45 field goal attempts and was 9 of 13 from the free-throw line. The Tigers connected on just 1 of 15 3-point attempt...Read More
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Billy Oakes had two goals in a 6-5 boys hockey overtime loss to Cambridge-Isanti on Thursday, Jan. 29 at the Princeton Ice Arena. Cambridge shut out the Tigers in the first period but Princeton rebounded to take a 5-4 lead. Cambridge tied the game at 14:33 of the third period and then got the game [...Read More
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The Mississippi 8 girls hockey title was on the line when Buffalo came to town on Friday evening. In a swift-moving battle, the Bison girls edged Princeton-Becker-Big Lake 4-2 on the strength of a three-goal surge in the second period. “They’ve always been a good team; it’s always tough to pla...Read More
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BOYS BASKETBALL:  vs. St. Michael-Albertville Jan. 29 (7:15 p.m.) • At Duluth East Jan. 31 (4:00 p.m.) • At Buffalo Feb. 3 (7:15 p.m.) GIRLS BASKETBALL:  At St. Michael-Albertville Jan. 30 (7:15 p.m.) • Vs. Buffalo Feb. 3 (7:15 p.m.) GIRLS HOCKEY:  At Chisago Lakes Jan. 30 (7:00 p.m.).  En...Read More
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The Princeton boys swimming and diving crew put together a strong day on Jan. 24, finishing in second place behind Elk River at the Cambridge-Isanti Invitational. The Tigers posted a number of personal-best times at the eight-team event. Divers Dustin Moinichen and Mack Moinichen began the day by pl...Read More
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