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The Princeton gymnastics season wrapped up on a positive note when members stacked up some of their best work at the Section 7A Finals hosted by Sartell Feb. 14. The Tigers compiled their highest team total on Vault at 34.45 when senior Allison Humphrey led with an 8.675, followed by personal-bests ...Read More
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The Princeton gymnasts put up season-high team totals of 125.95 and 126.0 points in back-to-back meets with Monticello and St. Francis last week. Megan Gourley returned to the lineup with team-high All-Around scores of 32.8 and 33.2 in those meets. Her top event for the week was scoring a 9.1 on Flo...Read More
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A crisp Saturday, Jan. 10, had plenty of people staying warm indoors at the Clemensen Gymnastics Invitational in the PHS gym. The crowd supporting the seven competing teams was bolstered with Princeton alumni celebrating 50 years of gymnastics in town. Detroit Lakes, the top scoring team in the stat...Read More
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This weekend’s invite marks half-century of gymnastics in town–  The physically and mentally demanding sport of gymnastics began in Princeton 50 years ago when the godfather of Tiger tumblers, Joe Clemensen, came to town. This year’s Princeton gymnasts continue that tradition, and the half-ce...Read More
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The Princeton gymnasts are fine-tuning their routines for Section 7A Finals they will host this Saturday, Feb. 15. Events begin at noon at the PHS gym. At stake in the tough section are the team championship and individual State berths. Big Lake is the defending team champ in 7A. • The Tigers plac...Read More
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The Princeton gymnasts scored a season-high 120.4 points in the Jan. 16 conference meet won by Monticello with its 134.2 points. Tiger Coach Emily Vogelpohl:  “Megan Gourley stuck her beam routine and scored 8.45 for first place. We have been adding new and bigger skills into our routines and...Read More
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Settling in on the home apparatus, the Princeton gymnasts gathered a season-high 120.0 points to place sixth at their own Joe Clemensen Invitational. Maple Grove scored 140.15 points to take the invite title.  Ratana Powers landed a personal-best 8.7 score on the beam to lead the Tigers. Megan Gour...Read More
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