princeton boys swim/dive
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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Battling a load of illnesses on the team, Princeton took on defending Mississippi 8 champ St. Michael-Albertville Dec. 19 where the Knights prevailed 98-71. Placing second for the Tigers were Bailey Carlberg in Diving (201.2), and Wyatt Lawrence in both the 200 IM (2:23.1) and 100 Breaststroke (1:13...Read More
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The Princeton boys swim & dive squad opened the season with a 10-4-82 road meet won by host St. Cloud Tech Dec. 10. Placing first for the Tigers were Nicholas Johnson in the 50 (23.1) and 100 Freestyles (52.0), Luke Paplham in the 200 IM (2:23.2) and 500 Free (6:00.5), Trent Lange in the 100 [.....Read More
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At the Jan. 17 Mille Lacs County Wrestling triangular hosted by Princeton, Milaca retained its county-wide title by defeating the Tigers 43-18 and Mille Lacs 62-13.  The Tigers added a 68-15 win over the Raiders to split its matches. The following day, the Tiger grapplers placed 4th at the eight-te...Read More
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