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You couldn’t have asked for a better preparatory weekend for this week’s playoff opener when the Princeton American Legion baseball squad won its own invitational tournament with a perfect 3-0 showing. The team’s solid play was capped off in dramatic fashion when Nick Zeroth came home on a suicide squeeze to defeat Rogers in Sunday […]

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If you like American Legion baseball games played between rivals who faced each other for decades, Solheim Veterans Field was the place to be on July 8. Throw in the fact that it was a perfect night for baseball, and you have an enjoyable evening. And then factor in that each of the two games […]

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The 45th annual Princeton American Legion Baseball Tournament, one of the oldest of its kind in Minnesota, will be held July 18-July 20 at Solheim Veterans Field. Began by legendary Princeton Legion coach Howard Solheim in 1970, the tournament has been one of the top ones in the state through the years. Two years ago, […]

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St. Francis wins championship game thriller)   In the new American Legion Sub-State tourney format, the Princeton baseball squad displayed a lot of guts in the games hosted on their own Solheim Veterans Field. Unfortunately, it was St. Francis’ year to advance as they won two of three matchups with the Post 216 squad. The Sub-State […]

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In the final winners’ bracket game of the Minnesota American Legion Sub-State 13 tournament, St. Francis defeated Princeton July 25 to advance into Saturday’s championship game. The Sub-State 13 tourney hosted at Princeton’s Solheim Veterans Field is now down to four teams. Becker and Big Lake will play at 5 p.m. on Friday, July 26 […]

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The Princeton Legion team began the Sub-State 13 tourney they are hosting at Solheim Veterans Field with two victories, putting them in great shape in the week-long tournament. On July 24, the No. 1 seed Princeton boys defeated No. 8 Zimmerman 10-0 in a seven-inning shutout. On Wednesday evening, July 25, Post 216 hammered Cambridge […]

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Scratching out runs when needed, the Princeton Legion squad earned a 3-1 and 5-2 sweep over visiting Milaca July 11. In the opener, Chance Parker went the distance by holding Milaca to five hits. Milaca didn’t dent the scoreboard until the sixth inning, then Parker induced two ground balls to get out of the inning […]

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