princeton boys swim/dive
After hosting the Mississippi 8 relays jamboree on Friday night, the Princeton boys swim & dive team headed west to place third at the St. Cloud Apollo Invitational on Saturday. St. Cloud Tech won the invite, with Sartell placing second ahead of Princeton in the five-team gathering. Leading plac...Read More
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A group of Princeton boys swimmers gained great experience at the Feb. 28-March 1 Class A State meet at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center. Junior Nicholas Johnson swam in three events during Friday’s prelims. Johnson placed ninth in the 50 Freestyle at 22.63 and was 16th in the 100 Free ...Read More
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Princeton junior Nicholas Johnson advanced to State in three events when the snow-hampered Section 2A boys swimming and diving championships were completed Feb. 22 at Richfield High. Johnson began sections by winning the 50 Freestyle at 23.05. He backed that up with nearly a one-second win in the 10...Read More
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A proud Princeton swim & dive coach Lindsy Paurus watched her boys collect the first-place trophy at the Feb. 8 Taconite Invite at Mesabi East. The Tigers totaled 232 points to better the host Giants’ 214 amid the northern teams competing. Coach Paurus: “What a fantastic meet! The divers sta...Read More
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Junior Nicholas Johnson swam to first places in both the 50 Freestyle (22.6) and the 100 Freestyle (49.9) to lead the Princeton boys swim & dive team at the Jan. 25 Cambridge-Isanti Invite. The Tigers placed sixth at the meet won by Elk River. Johnson teamed with Bailey Carlberg, Dustin Moiniche...Read More
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The Princeton boys swim & dive squad made it a festive night in the home pool Jan. 16 after defeating Cambridge-Isanti 102-84 for the team’s first Mississippi 8 win on the season. “The boys have been working hard, but this is the first meet we’ve had where they seemed to understand why the...Read More
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Getting back into action after a long layoff, Princeton boys swimming & diving hung with host Monticello before the Magic won the Jan. 9 conference contest 96-85. Nicholas Johnson had a strong night for the Tigers, winning the 50 Freestyle (23.3) and 100 Freestyle (50.6). His time in the 100 was...Read More
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