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Princeton baseball picked up three more games in the post-season, going 1-2, in last week’s Section 7AAA tournament. The Tigers began with a solid 8-0 win over host Duluth East on May 26. Lukas Hallbeck tossed a complete game for Princeton, allowing just three Greyhound hits and struck out five. T...Read More
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Top-seed St. Francis defeated Princeton 7-1 in the Section 7AAA Baseball game moved to an earlier time on May 28 because the lights at the Saints’ field were not operating properly. With the loss, No. 8 seed Princeton (8-13) next has a survival game at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 30 at Chisago Lakes...Read More
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    Princeton, seeded No. 10 for the Section 7AAA baseball tournament, shut out No. 7 Duluth East 8-0 when the rain out from May 25 was played on May 26. The Tigers next travel to top-seed St. Francis for a 7 p.m. quarterfinal game on Thursday, May 28. The winner of that game will [...]...Read More
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Princeton was seeded in the No. 10 slot for this week’s Section 7AAA Baseball tournament. The Tigers (7-12) will open at No. 7 Duluth East for a 4:30 p.m. single-elimination game on Monday, May 25. The teams did not face each during the regular season this spring. More May 25 opening-round game...Read More
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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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