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Baseball/Softball Princeton baseball came back from a dismal first three innings, getting down 10-3, with a rally which produced a 13-11 win at Buffalo April 28. Nick Zeroth ripped a three-run homer in the first inning and finished with five RBI in the win. Joe Bernard added a two-run homer in the t...Read More
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Picking up their biggest win of the early season, Princeton baseball downed visiting St. Michael-Albertville 4-2 in a tight Mississippi 8 match up on April 24. The loss was the first of the season for the Knights. The Tigers broke a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the fifth when Damon Rademacher and Sam Ar...Read More
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Softball/Baseball– Princeton fastpitch broke into the win column by defeating host St. Louis Park 9-3 in the opening game of the double-header on Saturday. Shelby Bassamore allowed no earned runs over seven innings to get the win, allowing just four hits to the Orioles while striking out three. C...Read More
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After a couple of rainouts, Princeton Baseball opened the 2015 season with a 3-0 win at Milaca April 10. Sophomore Jake S. Carlson (left) hustled to reach base safely against the Wolves. The defense also starred by limiting Milaca to 2 hits. On Saturday, the Tigers fell 3-2 to Duluth Denfeld. Tanner...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 Joe Bernard will head next fall to Iowa Lakes Community College after he signed an agreement to attend and play baseball for the Lakers. “There was a showcase over the winter where I met Coach Rob Varvaro, and I introduced him to my parents. He said, ‘Come down for a visit,’ a...Read More
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Like father, like son. That’s an old saying that has different connotations but fits exactly for Jordan Neubauer being named Princeton High School’s newest baseball coach. Neubauer, 26, follows in the footsteps of his father, Paul, who was boys basketball coach at PHS for five years starting in ...Read More
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The Princeton baseball squad, seeded 12th for the Section 7AAA playoffs, lost their May 26 opening round game 11-2 to No. 5 seed Anoka after the Tornadoes opened a 7-0 lead through three innings. That loss ended the Tigers’ season with a 4-16 record. Luke Hallbeck stroked two of the Tigers’ ...Read More
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