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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 whe...Read More
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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 [...]...Read More
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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 wa...Read More
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Gymnastics:  Cambridge-Isanti 140.05, Princeton 113.675 (Mississippi 8 meet) Wrestling:  Chisago Lakes 35, Princeton 30 (Mississippi 8 match) Boys Basketball:  Princeton 95, Zimmerman 78 (non-conference) • The Jan. 6 Princeton girls basketball game at Milaca has been rescheduled for Friday, Ja...Read More
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Princeton came home with the first-place trophy after wrestling well at the two-day Hibbing Duals. The Tigers went 3-1 in the tourney, including taking a 40-27 win over Class AA 12th-ranked Chisago Lakes on Friday. The Wildcats led 27-16 after 3rd-ranked Joe Virga slipped past 4th-ranked Tiger Billy...Read More
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Weekend Sports Round-up:  Princeton wrestling went 3-1 to take 1st place at last weekend’s Hibbing Duals. The Tigers opened with a 40-27 win over conference and section partner Chisago Lakes, then added wins over Hibbing (44-24) and Centennial (36-33) before falling to Mound-Westonka (38-33) ...Read More
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With the lineup coming further together, Princeton wrestling raised its season record to 5-7 after a busy two-day stretch last weekend. At a home quadrangular on Friday night, the Tigers defeated Zimmerman 58-12 and Elk River 46-21. Monticello got past Princeton 40-34 to dip the Tigers’ Mississipp...Read More
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