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Princeton volleyball finished its 2013 season with a 25-12, 25-21, 25-17 loss at St. Francis when the Section 7AAA tournament opened on Oct. 23. Seniors wrapping up their careers in the 9-15 season are Charity Hanson, Miranda Fredrick, Beth Scharber, Taylor Sleen, Leah Koecheler, Katie Gallentine and Halle Folkerts. The No. 8 seed Saints went [...]

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Princeton will face familiar foes when the Section 7AAA volleyball tournament swings into action this week. The Tigers, seeded ninth, will open at No. 8 St. Francis in the Oct. 23 pig-tail match. The winner will then travel to No. 1 seed Cambridge-Isanti on Friday, Oct. 25 (7 p.m.). The 7AAA semifinals will follow on [...]

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Princeton Football closed the regular season with a 12-7 loss at Cambridge-Isanti on Oct. 16. With the loss, the Tigers (5-3) dipped to the No. 3 slot for this week’s Section 7AAAA playoffs. Princeton will host No. 6 Grand Rapids (0-8) in the 7AAAA quarterfinals, 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22. A victory that night [...]

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ROUND-UP: The Princeton girls swim & dive squad earned a 109-77 home victory over Albany in non-conference action Oct. 14. The Tigers swept the top three spots in the 100 Freestyle when Julia Woodward (1:00.2), Amanda Johnson (1:04.2) and Gabrielle Donais (1:06.3) swam at good clips. Woodward also posted a 1st place in the 50 Free [...]

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Princeton traveled to Braham for the annual Bomber Invite on Saturday, going 2-2 on the day to finish in fourth place. The Tigers opened against eventual tourney champ Albany who prevailed 25-13, 25-18. Next, Princeton downed Rush City 25-17, 25-21. Finishing pool play, the Tigers knocked off St. Cloud Apollo in an intense three-set match [...]

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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  Princeton posted its second Mississippi 8 boys soccer win of the season and third victory overall with a 3-1 effort at St. Francis Sept. 24. The Tigers scored all three goals in the first half on four shots, with Elliott Arens sandwiching two goals around a Sam Schroeder score. “Tate Walquist and the [...]

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