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Boys hockey: Grand Forks Central 6, Princeton 3

Grand Forks Central handed Princeton its third consecutive loss on Friday, Dec. 30 in the Jason Stadstad Hockey Classic in Grand Forks, N.D. Central defeated Princeton 6-3 in the seventh-place game. The Tigers finished last in the eight-team tournament Central … Continue reading

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Boys hockey: Fargo Davies 4, Princeton 2

Fargo Davies took a 3-0 lead on its way to a 4-2 victory over the Princeton Tigers in a consolation game Thursday, Dec. 29 at the Herald Jason Stadstad Hockey Classic in Grand Forks, N.D. Dan Muench got the Tigers … Continue reading

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Girls basketball: Washburn 53, Princeton 42

Princeton was up 30-25 over Minneapolis Washburn at half-time. But the Millers held the girls to 15 second-half points and pulled out to a 53-42 win in the third day of the eight-team Monticello tournament. Lexi Funaro led the Tigers … Continue reading

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Boys win Princeton Holiday tourney title

The Princeton boys basketball team won its own holiday tournament title with a 63-59 victory over Big Lake at Princeton High School. Virginia defeated Hermantown in the third-place game. See a complete game story in the Jan. 5 print edition … Continue reading

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Boys Hockey: Grand Forks Red River 9, Princeton 3

Dan Muench scored on the power play at 6:53 of the first period to give Princeton a 1-0 lead over Grand Forks Red River, but three unanswered goals helped lead Red River to an 9-3 win over the Tigers in … Continue reading

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Boys Basketball: Princeton 70, Hermantown 66

The Princeton boys basketball team won its first game in the Princeton Holiday Tournament on Wednesday, Dec. 29, defeating Hermantown 70-66 at Princeton High School. Sophomore guard Matt Wendorff scored 22 points to lead the Tigers. Hermantown’s Corey Anderson had … Continue reading

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Girls basketball: Sauk Rapids 49, Princeton 46

Sauk Rapids Rice took the lead early in the game and never gave up the lead to Princeton in a 49-46 Tiger loss in the second day of the Monticello holiday tournament.Princeton plays the last day of the tournament, Thursday … Continue reading

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Athlete of the Week: John Jedneak

When you’re a standout basketball player like John Jedneak, milestones are harder and harder to come by. But Jedneak scored a career-high 30 points last Tuesday, Dec. 20 in a 69-66 Tiger win over Foley. Jedneak had a double-double that … Continue reading

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Girls basketball: Monticello 65, Princeton 42

Kayleigh Klonz scored 11 points to lead Princeton scorers in a 65-42 loss to Monticello in the opening round of Monticello’s holiday basketball tournament. The Tigers take on Sauk Rapids-Rice Wednesday as the tournament continues. See a complete story in … Continue reading

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Boys basketball: Tigers sink Cambridge 65-63 (OT)

Tied 63-63 with 25 seconds left in overtime, Princeton boys basketball coach Eric Bjurman called a timeout and drew out the next play for his Tigers. John Jedneak set the screen and two Cambridge defenders moved in his direction, opening … Continue reading

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