princeton girls tennis

  The Princeton girls continued their strong season on the tennis courts by winning last Saturday’s Woodbury/East Ridge tournament. The Tigers’ point total bettered the two host teams, along with Chisago Lakes, Hill-Murray, South St. Paul, Pine City and River Falls, Wis. Mary Claire Mayerchak improved to 16-0 by sweeping her matches at 1st Singles, [...]

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Princeton girls tennis traveled to Duluth Aug. 30, going 1-1 in matches with section-partner Duluth East and Eveleth-Gilbert. The Tigers are 4-2 entering this week’s action. The tough Greyhounds tipped the Tigers 4-3 in the second match, improving to 9-0 on the season. Posting wins for Princeton were Mary Claire Mayerchak (6-3, 6-1), Kelsey Dorr [...]

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Princeton sophomore MaryClaire Mayerchak put together a strong playoff run as she dug deep into the Section 7AA Singles brackets. Mayerchak reached the 7AA semifinals where she was defeated by South No. 1 seed Faith Lee of Andover 6-2, 6-0. The Tiger went on to win her 3rd-place match.

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Princeton girls tennis closed out the team portion of the schedule with a 5-2 loss at No. 2 seed Forest Lake Oct. 8. The Tigers ended a solid season with a 12-8 record, and six girls will represent the squad in this Thursday’s 7AA South Singles and Doubles tourney.  Forest Lake defeated Chisago Lakes 6-1 [...]

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The Princeton girls tennis squad put together a great match when they defeated visiting Foley 4-3 in a thriller which determined the Granite Ridge championship Sept. 25. The conference crown was the first for the Tigers girls since 1999 in the former Rum River Conference. Setting the stage were two GRC victories for Princeton last [...]

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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 keeper Reid Eggen made [...]

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Princeton girls tennis christened the new courts at Princeton High Thursday afternoon, Sept. 13, then the Tigers picked up a huge Granite Ridge victory by holding off visiting St. Cloud Cathedral 4-3 in the feature show.  “A big highlight was Hannah Johnson and Reilee Schepper’s win at third doubles after they lost to that team [...]

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