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The Princeton High School baseball team extended its season before finally bowing out in the fourth round of the Section 7AAA baseball tournament last weekend. May 30 at Grand Rapids, the Tigers lost an 8-7 heart-breaker to the No. 3 seed Thunderhawks. Dan Muench started on the mound and threw 4.6 good innings, giving up [...]

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In the May 30 Section 7AAA Baseball quarterfinals, Grand Rapids scored the winning run on a bases-loaded hit batsmen to defeat Princeton 8-7. The loss sends the Tigers into a 10 a.m. elimination game on Saturday, June 1 against Cambridge-Isanti in Cohasset. The winner of that game will take on either top-seed Elk River or [...]

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The Princeton High school baseball team came through with a 7-3 win at Duluth East May 27 to stay alive in the Section 7AAA tournament which now goes into a double-elimination format. The Tigers, 7-12 and seeded 10th for the tourney, drew the No. 7 seeded Greyhounds for Monday’s play-in game. Zack Ludwig went the [...]

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Princeton was seeded 10th for this week’s Section 7AAA Baseball tournament. The Tigers (6-12) travel to No. 7 Duluth East (8-6) for the Monday, May 27 play-in game (4:30 p.m.). The winner will advance to the final eight round of the tourney which begins May 30. Top seeds in the tourney are Elk River (13-3), [...]

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Princeton baseball split its two double-headers last week, both against Granite Ridge foes. On May 9, the Tigers defeated Foley 4-2 after dropping the opener 9-2. Chance Parker pitched a complete game against Foley in the 4-2 win. On Monday, May 13, Sam Archer threw a complete-game shutout when Princeton defeated Zimmerman 4-0. The Thunder [...]

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Princeton baseball snapped its six-game loss streak with a 7-2 win at Milaca May 6. Zack Ludwig struck out 13 Wolves in a complete-game victory for the Tigers, allowing just five hits. Dan Voce led the Tiger offense with a 3-for-5 day at the top of the lineup, stroking two doubles. Dalton Mattson supplied two [...]

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