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Princeton boys soccer closed its season after No. 5 seed Grand Rapids held for a 5-1 win in the Section 7A opener Oct. 11. The Tigers drew first blood less than a minute into the match when senior Bailey Carlberg took a long pass, cut across the middle and broke away from the defense for [...]...Read More
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Closing the regular season on two strong notes, the Princeton boys soccer squad prepared itself for this week’s Section 7A tournament. On a misty Saturday, Oct. 5, the Tigers wrapped up the regular season with a 1-0 victory over section partner Two Harbors. The first half began slowly with each te...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  Princeton posted its second Mississippi 8 boys soccer win of the season and third victory overall with a 3-1 effort at St. Francis Sept. 24. The Tigers scored all three goals in the first half on four shots, with Elliott Arens sandwiching two goals around a Sam Schroeder score. ...Read More
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The Princeton girls traveled to Blake for much-anticipated non-conference soccer match on Monday, Sept. 23. The Bears are coming off two stellar seasons where they won the Class A title in 2011 and were runners-up to Benilde-St. Margaret’s last autumn. On the scoreboard, the lone difference in the...Read More
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Princeton boys soccer battled through three games this past week as the team is stepping up against the competition. On Sept. 12, undefeated Mississippi 8 leader Chisago Lakes took a 4-0 win home from Princeton, taking advantage of a penalty kick score in each half after the Tigers were called for p...Read More
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Princeton girls soccer earned its first Mississippi 8 win of the season with a hard-fought 1-0 effort over host Buffalo Sept. 5. The game-winning goal came on passes from Haley Sandin to Taylor Laabs to Alanna Mattson who buried the shot. “Buffalo was another team that tried to get under our skin....Read More
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Princeton boys soccer season came to a close when host Proctor won 5-1 in the Section 7A play-in game on Oct. 11. The game marked the last for Tiger senior co-captains Tyler Leverty, Korben Weidenborner and Ryan Smith. In Saturday’s quarterfinals, No. 5 seed Proctor was defeated by Chisago Lakes 1...Read More
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