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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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Three Tigers won their weights to lead Princeton wrestling to second place at the Dec. 14 Andover Husky Invitational. Glencoe-Silver Lake-Lester Prairie scored 197.5 points to win the tourney, with the Tigers totaling 170 points among the 11 teams competing. Freshman Tim Bialka, ranked 6th at Class ...Read More
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Princeton High School sports scores from December 5-7 weekend: 12/5: St. Cloud Apollo 5, Princeton Boys Hockey 4.  12/7: Rogers 5, Princeton Boys Hockey 2 12/5: Princeton Girls Basketball 73, Becker 58 12/5:  Buffalo 125.7, Princeton Gymnastics 110.1 12/6: Princeton Girls Hockey 3, Cambridge-Isant...Read More
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Princeton wrestling (9-11 overall this season) is seeded No. 7 for this week’s Section 6AA Team tourney. The Tigers will open against No. 10 Sauk Centre at 6 p.m. at New London-Spicer. The winner of that match will then face the No. 2 seed NL-S Wildcats at 7:30 p.m. The 6AA Team tourney contin...Read More
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At the Jan. 17 Mille Lacs County Wrestling triangular hosted by Princeton, Milaca retained its county-wide title by defeating the Tigers 43-18 and Mille Lacs 62-13.  The Tigers added a 68-15 win over the Raiders to split its matches. The following day, the Tiger grapplers placed 4th at the eight-te...Read More
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