baseball

About 45 years ago a Princeton man had a dream to build a baseball field here, with lights, that would be one of the best around. And in 1970 that man, Howard Solheim, realized his dream after leading a group of volunteers, with huge support from the Princeton American Legion, to open what is now […]

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The Tigers’ tentativeness at the plate and a single rough inning in the field resulted in a 3-2 loss to Foley Thursday at Solheim Field. The Falcons scored all three of their runs in the fifth inning to gain the win.   John Jedneak started the game on the mound for PHS and began very […]

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The Princeton Tigers opened up their 2012 season with a 7-1 home loss to St. Cloud Cathedral on Thursday, April 12. The Crusaders are the defending state champions. Cathedral scored four runs in the fourth inning to distance themselves from the Tigers. Michael Ellingson led off the frame with a double and scored on Waylon […]

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