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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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Princeton High School sports scores from December 5-7 weekend: 12/5: St. Cloud Apollo 5, Princeton Boys Hockey 4.  12/7: Rogers 5, Princeton Boys Hockey 2 12/5: Princeton Girls Basketball 73, Becker 58 12/5:  Buffalo 125.7, Princeton Gymnastics 110.1 12/6: Princeton Girls Hockey 3, Cambridge-Isant...Read More
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Princeton hoops fans got their first look at the Tiger boys squad on the home court for the Nov. 26 game with Zimmerman. The Thunder had just enough energy to get past the Tigers 86-84 in the non-conference matchup in front of a spirited pre-holiday crowd. The two teams exchanged the lead out of the...Read More
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In the Nov. 26 home opener, Princeton boys basketball battled hard with Zimmerman before the Thunder left town with an 86-84 win. Zimmerman led by as much as 10 in the first half before the Tigers cut it to 46-42 at the break. Leading scorers for Princeton were Jack Sinkel (31), Tanner Kinney (22) a...Read More
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