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Fresh off their Granite Ridge championship, the Princeton girls soccer team earned the No. 1 seed for the Section 7A tournament. The Tigers will host No. 8 Duluth Marshall on Saturday, Oct. 13 (1 p.m.) in the section quarterfinals. The Hilltoppers got past No. 9 Grand Rapids 3-1 in the Oct. 11 play-...Read More
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Princeton girls soccer continued its amazing run in the late season by racking up its fourth straight shut out after defeating visiting St. John’s Prep 4-0 Sept. 27. The Tigers allowed just one shot on goal in the first half and are undefeated in their last 11 games (with two ties in the mix)....Read More
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Princeton girls soccer stayed atop the Granite Ridge standings with three more shutout victories last week: 5-0 over Zimmerman Sept. 18, 6-0 at Little Falls Sept. 20 and 6-0 at Becker Sept. 25. The Tigers host St. John’s Prep Thursday, Sept. 27 (5 p.m.)  then the big GRC rematch at St. Cloud...Read More
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  THURSDAY SPORTS: Ryan Smith and Korben Weidenborner combined on a nice scoring play early in the Sept. 20 home match against Little Falls, giving the Princeton boys soccer team a 1-0 lead.  That advantage stood for a long portion of the first half as the Tiger defense scrambled well and keep...Read More
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Princeton girls soccer finished off a five-games over eight-day stretch by playing visiting St. Cloud Cathedral to a 2-2 tie on Sept. 13. The Tigers and Crusaders are now deadlocked atop the Granite Ridge Conference heading into this week’s play. Junior Brittany Beckman scored both Tiger goals ag...Read More
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The Princeton girls soccer team broke into the win column with a huge 3-1 home-opening victory over Esko Aug. 30. The Eskomos are the defending champions of the Tigers’ Section 7A. Scoring goals for Princeton were Taylor Laabs, Alanna Mattson and Bridget Walters. Brittany Beckman and Mattson picke...Read More
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The Princeton girls soccer squad opened its 2012 season a little late at Cambridge Aug. 23 after the lightning delay pushed the game back 40 minutes. The Tigers matched up well with the Bluejackets in the nonconference bout but fell by a 2-0 score. Cambridge-Isanti took a 1-0 lead on a roller into t...Read More
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