Athlete of the Week
Sam Hunn has being playing ball as long as she can remember. It all started with a simple game of catch in the backyard with her Dad John and brothers. She started playing on a school team in seventh grade and has been playing organized ball every season since then. A two-year member of Princeton’...Read More
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You might know Kate Hanson from her play on the Princeton High School volleyball team, a team that measures success in things like digs, kills and hits. But Kate has never had a hit like the one she had Tuesday, April 3 when she hit an inside-the-park home run as a member of the Tigers’ [...]...Read More
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The Princeton cheerleading squad has won first place at three of the four competitions it has competed in this year and leading the girls is lone senior Becky Lorge. Becky was born in Princeton and is a four-year member of the cheerleading squad. She first joined the team after her Mom saw a flyer a...Read More
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Consistent. That’s the word that comes to mind when you mention Kayleigh Kloncz. Night in and night out it’s number 25 for the Princeton girls basketball team that’s catching one’s attention, whether it’s pulling down the big rebound, connecting for a field goal from underneath the basket ...Read More
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Sam Christenson has a simple goal. When you ask him about it, his smile lights up as he points to the north wall at the Princeton High School pool. That wall is where all the school records are posted. Christenson’s name isn’t on the wall. But he believes that it will be — and someday [...]...Read More
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Julia Osowski of the Princeton girls hockey team has accomplished what very few student athletes accomplish. On Saturday, Jan. 28, Osowski shattered the school’s girls hockey scoring record. She came into the season third on the all-time point list. Osowski went into the game against Long Prairie-...Read More
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Princeton Tiger basketball fans learned something new Wednesday, Dec. 29 during the Princeton Holiday Tournament. The Tigers don’t have three scoring threats on their roster. They have four. Add Matt Wendorff to the scoring machine of John Jedneak, Joss Jondahl and Jack Sinkel. The junior center i...Read More
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