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Princeton went 1-1 in the first two rounds of the Section 7AA Team South Subsection tourney held on a snowy Feb. 10 in Mora. The Tigers, seeded No. 3, began by eliminating No. 6 Pine City-Hinckley 72-12. Tim Bialka at 138 and Jake Pramann at 170 had the quickest falls in the match with sticks [...]...Read More
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With two runners-up at their weights, Princeton placed fourth at the Jan. 30 Mississippi 8 individuals tournament held at St. Michael-Albertville. The host Knights, still ranked No. 2 in Class AAA, won the team title with champions at nine weights. Chase Arens at 160 and Jake Pramann at 170 placed s...Read More
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Tim Bialka and Jake Pramann won their weight brackets when the Princeton wrestlers placed fourth at the 18-team St. Croix Falls Classic on Saturday. Wisconsin Rapids was the tourney champion amid the gathering of primarily Wisconsin programs. At 138 lbs., Bialka began with a pin, then he won two tig...Read More
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Princeton earned its second Mississippi 8 wrestling victory of the season after handling visiting Chisago Lakes 54-18 on Jan. 8. Gabe Katzke got the Tigers started with a second-period pin at 113. The ‘Cats then forfeited at 120 and 126 before winning by tech fall at 132. But Princeton’s Tim Bia...Read More
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Princeton wrestling finished off a tough three-day stretch of competition by placing second at Saturday’s Andover Husky Invitational. Centennial won the event, and the Tigers’ Mississippi 8 partner St. Francis was third among the 12 teams. Jake Pramann and Brent Chambers won individual titles at...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Princeton wrestling won four of their first five matches when the season kicked in last week. The Tigers opened the conference schedule at North Branch Dec. 2 with a 55-12 win in a rematch of last year’s Section 7AA Team opening round also won by Princeton. On Friday night, Lit...Read More
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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. ...Read More
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