princeton girls basketball
Upping their record to 3-0 this winter, the Princeton girls basketball team defeated Hibbing 64-25 on the St. Ben’s University court. Haley Sandin scored 13 and Taylor Laabs had 11 points in the win. All Tiger players scored in the non-conference game, including Jenna Doyle (nine), Julia Bjurman (...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Princeton wrestling won four of their first five matches when the season kicked in last week. The Tigers opened the conference schedule at North Branch Dec. 2 with a 55-12 win in a rematch of last year’s Section 7AA Team opening round also won by Princeton. On Friday night, Lit...Read More
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Princeton senior Jenna Doyle will send her multi-sport athleticism to the University of Jamestown (N.D.) after she signed an agreement to join the college’s women’s basketball team next season. Doyle with her tall frame is a four-year starter for the Tiger girls varsity squad. Last season, she a...Read More
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Princeton grad Mariah Clarin and the South Dakota State women’s basketball team reached the women’s NIT tourney final four after winning their first four games in the tournament. In the April 2 semifinals, the Jackrabbits (26-10) led 30-26 at the half, but host University of Texas-El Paso held o...Read More
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Princeton was seeded in the No. 3 slot for Section 7AAA girls basketball for the Friday, March 7 quarterfinals. The Tigers (12-14) will host No. 6 North Branch (12-14) in the 7 p.m. scrum; the teams split their two Mississippi 8 games against each other this season. The 7AAA semifinals will be Wedne...Read More
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Princeton boys basketball was seeded in the No. 6 slot for Section 7AAA when the quarterfinals begin Friday, Feb. 28 (7 p.m.), sending them to No. 3 Hermantown (17-9) in a rematch of last year’s opening playoff game. Six-time defending champ Grand Rapids (15-9) is the No. 2 seed in that half of th...Read More
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Princeton girls basketball picked up a 66-45 win over Milaca in the non-conference intercounty rivalry Jan. 31. Jenna Doyle worked for the double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds while swatting away four shots by the Wolves. Danielle Chmielewski came through with 16 points and six rebounds, and...Read More
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