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HOCKEY UPDATES:  With the first month and a half of the season flowing by already, Princeton girls hockey raised its overall record to 7-6 with a good stretch of hockey in its last games. The Tigers earned their second Mississippi 8 win of the season with a 4-2 effort at Chisago Lakes Dec. 10. Magg...Read More
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Junior Bridget Walter scored the hat trick and finished with three assists for a six-point night when the Princeton girls hockey squad held down host Silver Bay 6-0 Dec. 13. Also on the northern road trip, Princeton dropped a 4-3 game in overtime to Moose Lake on Saturday when the Rebels scored 3:26...Read More
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TUESDAY NIGHT DEC. 10 SCORES: Visiting St. Cloud Tech held on to defeat Princeton girls basketball 46-41 in a non-conference game Dec. 10.  Taylor Laabs led Princeton with 12 points.  Jenna Doyle scored 9 and Danielle Chmiewlewski added 8 points for PHS. Bison Girls 7, Princeton Girls Hockey 1 Buf...Read More
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Princeton High School sports scores from December 5-7 weekend: 12/5: St. Cloud Apollo 5, Princeton Boys Hockey 4.  12/7: Rogers 5, Princeton Boys Hockey 2 12/5: Princeton Girls Basketball 73, Becker 58 12/5:  Buffalo 125.7, Princeton Gymnastics 110.1 12/6: Princeton Girls Hockey 3, Cambridge-Isant...Read More
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Princeton girls basketball kicked into the 2014 season with a 73-58 win at Becker Dec. 3. Leading the scoring against the Bulldogs were Jenna Doyle (15), Hayley Sandin (15) and Danielle Chmielewski (12). MORE SCORES FROM TUESDAY NIGHT: St. Francis-North Branch 5, Princeton Girls Hockey 3 Becker 128....Read More
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Princeton girls hockey broke into the win column by taking two home games against their former Section 7A partners. On Nov. 26, Maggie Peterson worked for a short-handed goal off an Alanna Mattson assist 7:37 into overtime to defeat Proctor-Hermantown 4-3. Kara Schramel turned away 34 Mirage shots t...Read More
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In the Nov. 26 home opener, Princeton boys basketball battled hard with Zimmerman before the Thunder left town with an 86-84 win. Zimmerman led by as much as 10 in the first half before the Tigers cut it to 46-42 at the break. Leading scorers for Princeton were Jack Sinkel (31), Tanner Kinney (22) a...Read More
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St. Cloud Cathedral, ranked 4th in Class AA boys basketball, overcame a strong first half by host Princeton to win 77-59 Jan. 24. The Tigers were within 35-32 at the end of the first 18:00, but the Crusaders sprinted on a 13-0 run in the second half to pull away. The Tigers were led by [...]...Read More
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