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Keeping pace with the Bison girls in the Mississippi 8, Princeton-Becker-Big Lake secured two conference wins last week, starting with a swift rally to defeat host St. Francis-North Branch 7-5 Dec. 2. The game was tied at 3-3 when Bridget Walter scored for the Tigers three minutes into the third per...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Princeton girls hockey improved its early record to 5-1 with a 4-3 overtime victory over visiting Brainerd Nov. 21. Erica Schramel skated to the high slot, picked up a pass from down low, and one-timed the game-winner home just 26 seconds into OT. Goals by Raegan Anderson and Mad...Read More
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Princeton Wrestling opened the 2014 playoff season on a strong note, defeating North Branch 48-26 Feb. 11 at Chisago Lakes H.S. The Tigers then took on Section 7AA No. 1 South Milaca, and the Wolves advanced with a 40-23 victory in the quarterfinals. Also advancing out of the 7AA South was No. 3 Mor...Read More
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Closing the regular season with a road win, the Princeton-Becker-Big Lake girls hockey squad is set for the opening round of the Section 5A playoffs. The Tigers were seeded sixth in the section, and they will take on No. 3 Orono (15-6-2) in the Feb. 6 quarterfinal game at the Parade Ice Garden (7:30...Read More
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Maggie Peterson (23, left) harassed the Bluejackets’ Kate Olson then went on to score the hat trick in a 5-0 Princeton girls hockey win at Cambridge-Isanti-Mora-Pine City Jan. 23. Peterson sandwiched goals around an Erica Schramel goal in less than a two-minute span for a quick 3-0 lead in the fir...Read More
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Princeton picked up two wins in three games last week, starting with an 8-1 win over section-partner Proctor Jan. 14. Finding the net for two goals each against the Rails were Collin Buness, Jake Green and Cam Paulson, with Derek Abrahamson and Joey Stenslie netting solo goals. Ryan Bolduc and Silas...Read More
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Kara Schramel stopped all 34 shots she faced when the Princeton girls hockey squad shut out host Minneapolis Novas 3-0 Jan. 11. Erica Schramel scored on the Princeton’s first power play in the first period, then her goal 3:40 into the second had the Tigers leading 2-0. Larkin Walter added the insu...Read More
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