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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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Princeton, seeded No. 3 for the Section 5A tourney, defeated visiting No. 6 seed Sauk Rapids-Rice 4-1 in the Feb. 21 quarterfinals. Dan Muench scored two power-play goals, with solo goals added by Dan Voce (shorthanded) and Jake Green. Max Mattson made 29 saves against the Storm. The victory sets up...Read More
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St. Cloud Cathedral, ranked 4th in Class AA boys basketball, overcame a strong first half by host Princeton to win 77-59 Jan. 24. The Tigers were within 35-32 at the end of the first 18:00, but the Crusaders sprinted on a 13-0 run in the second half to pull away. The Tigers were led by [...]...Read More
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Princeton’s Chase Lindenfelser scored 15 seconds into the Jan. 10 game at Tartan, but the Titans answered with three power play goals in a row, going on to a 5-3 non-conference victory. Tartan eventually opened a 4-1 lead early into the third period. Dan Muench and A.J. Wesloh found the net to...Read More
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