princeton boys hockey

No. 2 seed St. Cloud Cathedral, playing a physical brand of hockey, ended the Princeton boys’ season with a 7-2 win in the Section 5A semifinals Feb. 23 at the St. Cloud MAC. SCC junior Austin Poganski scored four goals to lead his team in the victory. Dan Voce’s goal at the 9:31 mark of […]

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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 a great rubber game […]

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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 […]

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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 cut it to […]

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Princeton boys hockey battled Sartell-St. Stephen in the Dec. 28 finals of the River Lakes Holiday Tourney, but it was the Sabres prevailing 6-5 in overtime. The Tigers are now 10-2 heading into the January schedule. Chase Lindenfelser scored two goals in the finals. Princeton received solo goals from Jake Green, Cam Paulson and Jordan […]

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The Princeton boys hockey offense clicked well in two victories to open the 2012-13 season. In a Nov. 24 matinee home game with Buffalo, the Tigers racked up a 9-3 win. Junior Tommy Schroepfer (2 goals/2 assists) and senior Dan Voce (2 goals/1 assist) led the offense. Max Mattson made 25 saves for the win. […]

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