princeton girls tennis
Princeton earned the No. 2 seed for the 7AA South Subsection Team tourney, and the Tigers opened with a 7-0 sweep of No. 7 Big Lake Oct. 7. Taking their singles matches were: Mayerchak (6-0, 6-0), B. Dorr (6-1, 6-0), K. Dorr (6-1, 6-0), and Schepper (6-0, 6-4). Rolling in doubles action were: Truck ...Read More
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Sweeping the doubles matches while getting long battles in singles, the Princeton girls tennis squad defeated host Monticello 4-3 to earn a share of the Mississippi 8 Conference championship. The Magic came into the match undefeated at 8-0 in the M-8, while Princeton came in at 7-1 with just the lon...Read More
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Adding two more conference wins over the past week, the Princeton girls tennis squad is in position for what should be a wild finish to the Mississippi 8 schedule. The Tigers are one game back of leader Monticello who they travel to on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The Tigers also have a Sept. 26 home match [......Read More
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  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 Mayerch...Read More
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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 w...Read More
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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....Read More
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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 L...Read More
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