The Princeton girls cross country squad placed second to host Mora at the Sept. 10 invite run at Vasaloppet Nordic Center. The Tigers were paced by Samantha Swedzinski placing fourth at 16:43 as the team totaled 60 points behind the Mustangs’ 40. Also competing were Becker (61), Milaca (115), Cambridge-Isanti (135), Mille Lacs (150) and […]
The Princeton harriers competed in the Sept. 5 Cambridge-Isanti Invite which was dominated by the Forest Lake girls and the Mounds View boys. Sam Swedzinski (left) led the fifth-place Tiger girls by taking 10th at 17:02. Ashley Urman (18:02), Breanna Schultz (18:17), Emily Kruschek (18:27) and Allie Kloncz (20:26) also ran for the PHS girls. […]
It was a hot and muggy afternoon on the Fairway Shores Golf Course Aug. 29 for the annual Princeton Invitational which kicks off the cross country season. The Tiger girls broke from the starting line and ended up taking second with 54 points to Spectrum (29 points) amid the eight varsity girls teams. The […]
The Princeton boys cross country finished in 2nd place to St. Cloud Cathedral when the Tigers hosted the Great River Conference finals Oct. 16. Ryan Yonak earned GRC All-Conference, finishing in the top 10. Chase Arens and Jack Sinkel were GRC Honorable Mention. The Tiger girls placed 3rd behind Little Falls and Cathedral in their portion of the GRC’s.
Readying for the Oct. 16 Granite Ridge finals, the Princeton girls cross country team placed 7th and the boys were 8th at the Oct. 9 St. Cloud Tech Invite. The St. Cloud Cathedral boys and the Willmar girls won the team titles at the invite. PHS Coach John Auel: “The Girls team put up a […]
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 […]
Entering Saturday’s Milaca Mega Meet, Princeton cross country Coach John Auel saw good things from his squads when he had runners matching opponents at their distinct grade level. The Tiger boys varsity ran to a ninth-place finish among the 21 teams in the “AAA” race, with Tiger personal-bests coming across the levels. PHS Coach John […]