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BASKETBALL UPDATES:   Princeton girls basketball rose above the .500 mark in Mississippi 8 games after defeating host St. Francis 69-53 on Jan. 23. Tiger leading scoring was spread between Jenna Doyle (15), Taylor Laabs (14), Ashley Schramel (11) and Haley Sandin (9). • Also last week, the Prince...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES:  Taking part in the Martin Luther King Jr. Classic hosted by Breakdown Sports at UMD, the Princeton boys basketball squad took on section partner Hermantown, with the Hawks holding for an 87-67 victory. Marqus Flicek doubled up for the Tigers with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Brad...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES:   The Princeton girls took their first conference loss of the basketball season when host Cambridge-Isanti prevailed 58-53 Jan. 9. The Tigers led throughout the majority of the game until the Bluejackets rallied with three-point shots and finished the game at the line. Haley San...Read More
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Princeton received a good challenge at the Monticello Girls Basketball Invite over the break, opening with a 71-57 loss to Class AAA second-ranked Orono on Dec. 29. Taylor Laabs scored 21 points, adding eight rebounds and four steals against the Spartans (9-0). Jenna Doyle had 15 points and seven re...Read More
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Down by as much as 15 points in the first half, Princeton boys basketball worked back for a 77-75 win over Zimmerman on Dec. 19. Brady Peterson finished with 34 points and eight rebounds for the Tigers. He scored seven straight points in OT to create a 75-73 advantage after the Thunder led by five [...Read More
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Upping their record to 3-0 this winter, the Princeton girls basketball team defeated Hibbing 64-25 on the St. Ben’s University court. Haley Sandin scored 13 and Taylor Laabs had 11 points in the win. All Tiger players scored in the non-conference game, including Jenna Doyle (nine), Julia Bjurman (...Read More
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In the Saturday matinee game on Dec. 6, Princeton boys basketball had a good early-season measuring stick when Grand Rapids came to town. The Thunderhawks are a perennial power in the Tigers’ Section 7AAA and left town with a 71-64 win despite Princeton’s strong second half. The Tigers began wit...Read More
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