princeton boys basketball
Princeton earned its first win on the Mississippi 8 girls basketball schedule by defeating visiting St. Francis 67-56 Jan. 21. Haley Sandin paced the team with 22 points, Taylor Laabs scored 10 and Andie Jackson added 8 points. Danielle Chmiewlewski and Jenna Doyle both chipped in 7 points each agai...Read More
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Princeton boys basketball paid back Zimmerman for a two-point loss the second game of this season by downing the host Thunder 95-78 Jan. 9. Jack Sinkel ripped the nets for 36 points to go with 11 rebounds, and Caleb Scharber scored 25 against Zimmerman. Backing those two were Brady Peterson (15 poin...Read More
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Gymnastics:  Cambridge-Isanti 140.05, Princeton 113.675 (Mississippi 8 meet) Wrestling:  Chisago Lakes 35, Princeton 30 (Mississippi 8 match) Boys Basketball:  Princeton 95, Zimmerman 78 (non-conference) • The Jan. 6 Princeton girls basketball game at Milaca has been rescheduled for Friday, Ja...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES:  In their lone action last week, the Princeton girls defeated visiting Little Falls 71-42 in a Jan. 4 non-conference basketball matinee. Leading the way for the Tigers were Haley Sandin scoring 20 points and Danielle Chmielewski with nine. Sandin also collected seven of the Tige...Read More
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Weekend Sports Round-up:  Princeton wrestling went 3-1 to take 1st place at last weekend’s Hibbing Duals. The Tigers opened with a 40-27 win over conference and section partner Chisago Lakes, then added wins over Hibbing (44-24) and Centennial (36-33) before falling to Mound-Westonka (38-33) ...Read More
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Princeton boys basketball hosts its annual Holiday Tournament this coming Dec. 27-28 weekend. The Tigers take on St. Anthony Village in the 7 p.m. game Friday night. Totino-Grace and Becker will square off at 5 p.m. that night. The third-place game will be on Saturday at 5:15 p.m., with the champion...Read More
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The Princeton girls enjoyed a balanced night of four players scoring in double-digits during their 78-42 road win at Hibbing Dec. 13. Danielle Chmielewski led the way with 16 points, followed closely by Jenna Doyle (15), Haley Sandin (12) and Ashley Schramel (12. • Next week, the Tigers will play ...Read More
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