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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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Princeton, seeded ninth for the Section 7AAA boys basketball tourney, gave No. 1 seed Hermantown a strong battle into the second half before falling in the March 8 quarterfinals 80-61 in Hermantown. The Tigers, led by slick passing & rebounding by senior center Matt Wendorff, was down by nine po...Read More
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Princeton kept its season alive in the Section 7AAA boys basketball playoffs after defeating host Hibbing 88-82 in the March 5 play-in game between the Nos. 8 and 9 seeds. Senior Travis Chmielewski (left) paced the offense with 34 points, and he also swiped 7 steals on defense. Travis finished the g...Read More
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Princeton boys basketball was seeded No. 9 for this week’s Section 7AAA playoffs, sending the Tigers to No. 8 Hibbing for a Tuesday, March 5 play-in game (7 p.m.). The winner will then travel to top-seed Hermantown (23-3) for the March 8 quarterfinal game (7 p.m.). The Tigers closed the regula...Read More
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No. 3 seed North Branch withstood a Princeton rally in the final minutes to win the Feb. 26 Section 7AAA quarterfinal matchup 48-39. The Tigers close the season with a 12-15 overall record. Jenna Doyle scored 10 and Kayleigh Kloncz had 7 points for Princeton. The Vikings next face No. 2 Grand Rapids...Read More
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