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PLAYOFF UPDATES:  The Princeton girls soccer squad ran into slick-passing Hill-Murray in the Class A quarterfinals at SCSU Oct. 23. The Pioneers’ Callyn Loughrey netted three goals to lead her team to a 5-0 win to end the Tigers’ season. Hill-Murray will next take on top-seed Minneapoli...Read More
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Top-seed Princeton kept rolling in the Section 7A girls soccer tourney by defeating No. 4 Zimmerman 1-0 at home in the Oct. 14 semifinals. Larkin Walter netted the lone goal of the match, and Eden Betzler finished with 7 saves. The Tigers (17-1) will play in their first-ever section championship 6:3...Read More
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Top-seed Princeton scored all the goals it needed in the first half to secure a 5-1 win over No. 8 Proctor in the Section 7A quarterfinals played on a breezy Oct. 11. The win will have the Tigers host No. 4 Zimmerman in the section semifinals on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 14 with a 4 p.m. [...]...Read More
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Princeton girls soccer took care of business by defeating Rogers at home 1-0 on a muddy, wet field on Oct. 2. The win propelled the Tigers into a three-way tie for the conference championship with the Royals and St. Michael-Albertville who all finished the Mississippi 8 season with 8-1 records. In t...Read More
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Playing in front of a spirited “Senior Night” crowd  under the lights, Princeton girls soccer downed visiting Zimmerman 1-0 to raise their season record to 9-0. The Thunder had the early chance when a free kick bounced off the cross bar in the first minute of action. Ashley Schramel, Maggie Pet...Read More
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Brittany Beckman is the latest Princeton High senior to sign off on an athletic and academic scholarship when she agreed to play for Upper Iowa University women’s soccer next fall. A signing celebration was held for her on Thursday, March 13 in the high school media center. “When you watch someo...Read More
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The mist was flowing behind a good breeze when the Princeton girls soccer squad took to the Duluth Public Stadium turf Oct. 15. The No. 6 seed Tigers battled to the soggy end, but it was No. 2 Duluth Denfeld walking off with a 1-0 victory in the Section 7A semifinal match. The Hunters notched [...]...Read More
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