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Princeton senior Billy McClay closed out his career in style with a strong run through the 170 lb. brackets to place third at last weekend’s State Wrestling Tourney at the Xcel Center. McClay began his tourney in Friday’s Class AA prelims with a 1-0 decision over Kasson-Mantorville’s Bigelow. In the quarterfinals, Foley’s Kelvington got past […]

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Jake Pramann and Cole Warren earned their first trips to the State Wrestling tournament by winning their weights at last weekend’s Section 7AA Individuals. Teammate Billy McClay will return to the Xcel Center with them when he finished in second place on the North Branch mats. Those three Tigers will next compete in the Class […]

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Princeton Wrestling opened the 2014 playoff season on a strong note, defeating North Branch 48-26 Feb. 11 at Chisago Lakes H.S. The Tigers then took on Section 7AA No. 1 South Milaca, and the Wolves advanced with a 40-23 victory in the quarterfinals. Also advancing out of the 7AA South was No. 3 Mora who […]

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Princeton wrestling will have one more tune-up match at Becker Feb. 6 before the Section 7AA Team tournament gets underway Feb. 11 at Chisago Lake H.S. In the 7AA South half of the brackets, the Tigers are possibly looking at a No. 4 seed behind Milaca, Chisago Lakes and Mora. With the seeding still to […]

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Tim Bialka at 132 and Billy McClay at 170 both won their weight classes at Saturday’s St. Croix Falls Invitational. The Tigers finished fifth among the 17 teams wrestling, with Hudson, Wis. winning the tourney. After a first-round bye, Bialka used a pin and a technical fall to reach the finals where he defeated Bronson […]

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St. Francis opened an early lead and held on to defeat visiting Princeton 34-30 in their Jan. 16 conference dual meet. Jesse McClay put the Tigers on the board with an 18-4 tech fall at 114. Tim Bialka added a pin at 132, and Justin Robillard won a 12-2 major at 145. Princeton ran off […]

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Princeton wrestled its way to a second-straight invitational championship after surpassing nine other teams at the Jan. 11 Zimmerman Invite. The Tigers’ 206.5 points eclipsed the 140 by runner-up Grand Rapids who is a Section 7AA partner of Princeton. Seven Tigers reached the finals to lead the way to the trophy. Nate Hellman won the […]

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