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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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Princeton Baseball was seeded in the No. 12 slot for this week’s opening rounds of the Section 7AAA Tournament. The Tigers (4-14) will travel to No. 5 Anoka (13-6) on Monday, May 26 for a 4:30 p.m. play-in game. The winner will enter the eight-team double-elimination format for the tourney whi...Read More
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Getting a day dry enough for a match, Princeton boys tennis opened the season with a Mississippi 8 match at Rogers April 22 as the Royals prevailed 5-2. Posting wins for the Tigers were Thomas Mayerchak taking his No. 1 Singles match 6-4, 6-4, and Eliot Arens rolling at No. 3 Singles 6-0, 6-2. Jason...Read More
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Stacking up nine hits and nine walks against Duluth Denfeld pitching, the Princeton baseball team earned its first victory of the season in an 11-1 game at home on Saturday. The Tigers began with a 2-0 lead after the first inning and led 4-1 after three. After tacking on two more runs in the fifth, ...Read More
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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 g...Read More
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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 eithe...Read More
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