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Fresh off their Granite Ridge championship, the Princeton girls soccer team earned the No. 1 seed for the Section 7A tournament. The Tigers will host No. 8 Duluth Marshall on Saturday, Oct. 13 (1 p.m.) in the section quarterfinals. The Hilltoppers got past No. 9 Grand Rapids 3-1 in the Oct. 11 play-...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP: The Princeton cross country teams took on three GRC foes and swept the titles at the Sept. 27 Foley Invite. The win was the boys’ third and girls first this season. “Ryan ran well leading the Tigers. The rest of the boys did a great job filling four top-12 spots Our team gap [.....Read More
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Princeton boys soccer’s play against visiting Little Falls Sept. 20 was a measuring stick to the team’s growth this autumn. Falling to the Flyers 12-1 back on Sept. 4, the Tigers brought fire and athleticism to the field when LF won 6-1. Princeton struck first in the Granite Ridge matchup when c...Read More
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  THURSDAY SPORTS: Ryan Smith and Korben Weidenborner combined on a nice scoring play early in the Sept. 20 home match against Little Falls, giving the Princeton boys soccer team a 1-0 lead.  That advantage stood for a long portion of the first half as the Tiger defense scrambled well and keep...Read More
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Princeton girls soccer finished off a five-games over eight-day stretch by playing visiting St. Cloud Cathedral to a 2-2 tie on Sept. 13. The Tigers and Crusaders are now deadlocked atop the Granite Ridge Conference heading into this week’s play. Junior Brittany Beckman scored both Tiger goals ag...Read More
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The Princeton girls soccer team broke into the win column with a huge 3-1 home-opening victory over Esko Aug. 30. The Eskomos are the defending champions of the Tigers’ Section 7A. Scoring goals for Princeton were Taylor Laabs, Alanna Mattson and Bridget Walters. Brittany Beckman and Mattson picke...Read More
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Lightning delay shortens game by half: In a quirky season-opener on the road, the Princeton boys soccer team fell 4-2 to Cambridge-Isanti Aug. 23. The Tigers started out fast with an early 1-0 lead on a nice pass from Korben Weidenborner to Ryan Smith on a great play following a C-I turnover in the...Read More
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