As a way of introduction, let’s play a game of “Two Truths and a Lie,” OK?
There were tears, to be sure. The smiles were brave, the hugs were hard and the tears flowed in the hallway outside the locker room.
The Cambridge Christian boys and girls basketball teams closed the season by playing in the Christian Athletic League Tournament hosted by Immanuel Lutheran in Mankato on March 7-9.
The official record will show that the Cambridge-Isanti girls basketball team saw its season end with a 64-50 loss to Forest Lake in the Class 4A Section 7 championship played at Princeton High School on Thursday, March 7.
The 8th grade C-I Bluejackets boys took second-place at the Grade State Basketball Championships 2019 Boys State Championships held March 9-10, 8th Grade Boys C2. There were 16 teams in their bracket. The teams they played included Chaska Hawks (won 48-32); Irondale white (won 56-32); Minnet…
The Braham boys basketball team opened section play with a home win, but then saw the season come to a close with a loss to Hinckley-Finlayson in the Class A Section 5 Tournament.
For Senior Night, the Cambridge Christian boys basketball team wanted to do something a little different to honor its lone senior, Canaan Santele.
On the girls side, Cambridge-Isanti claimed two wins to advance to its section championship game, while Braham suffered a narrow road loss that ended its season. Meanwhile two boys teams will both open sections with home contests this week.
The Cambridge-Isanti boys swim team finished on a positive note when sophomore Ethan Hintermeister finished 15th overall in the Class 2A state diving competition.
Tate Torgerson capped an impressive career on the mats at Cambridge-Isanti by claiming third place in the 152-pound weight class in the Class 3A state wrestling tournament.
The Braham fifth-grade girls have wrapped up their season with 11 wins and 10 losses. Those wins include a first-place tournament win at home in Braham on Jan. 19 and a second-place tournament finish in Forest Lake on Jan. 27. Coaches Peter Hesselroth and Adam Hefty have coached this team fo…
Here’s hoping that MollyAnn Harvey’s doctors do not hear about her fine performance at this year’s state gymnastics tournament.
Cambridge-Isanti’s Tate Torgerson has a lot riding on his performance in the state individual wrestling tournament this weekend. He would certainly like to finish on the podium as one of the state’s top wrestlers – and winning the title certainly is on his mind.
The Rum River Mallards hope a 3-1 performance in the past eight days has set the table for Isanti County’s entry in the U.S. Premier Hockey League to earn home ice for their first-round playoff series.
Last weekend delivered stinging section losses to several area teams. The most heartbreaking came when the Cambridge-Isanti wrestling lost its team match because of the eighth tiebreaker, while the Bluejackets boys hockey team showed improvement despite losing its first-round section contest.
The Cambridge-Isanti gymnastics team will advance to the state tournament for the 10th year in a row and 29th time overall, a state record for Class AA.
The Cambridge Bar & Grill will host their 20th annual bonspiel March 1-3 at the Cambridge Curling Club at the Isanti County Fairgrounds.
For the past three seasons, Ryan Roslin and Devin Shellito were two pillars of the Braham football program. So it makes sense the pair considered playing for the same team in college.
Two Cambridge-Isanti students have decided to further their education and football careers by signing national letters of intent during national signing day on Feb. 6.
The basketball teams at Cambridge Christian Schools do not focus on the traditional numbers that define the sport, such as points or rebounds or steals.
The Rush City/Braham wrestling team split four duals at St. Croix Lutheran Jan. 26. The team was defeated by Pine Island 44-33 and Mahtomedi 61-16, while claiming victories over St. Agnes 48-18 and St. Croix Lutheran 48-12. Mahtomedi claimed the meet title by going 4-0 on the day. RCB will b…
The Cambridge-Isanti Bluejackets got their first look at their competition for the Mississippi 8 Conference title on Jan. 25. The Bluejackets hosted the Individual Mississippi 8 Conference tournament, placing third as a team.
The Cambridge-Isanti Bluejackets gymnastics team put together a season high score in their victory over the St. Francis Fighting Saints, outscoring them 143.4 to 135.625, on Jan. 17 in Cambridge.
Cambridge-Isanti High School has a new all-time leading boys basketball scorer, and his name is Henry Abraham.
The Cambridge-Isanti Bluejackets have stayed atop the Mississippi 8 standings with an unblemished record all season long. One of the few games remaining that could test that hold on the top spot was the Jan. 8 matchup between the Bluejackets and North Wright County Riverhawks.
Despite mixed results at the Schwan’s Cup, the Cambridge-Isanti/Mora/Pine City girls hockey team can hold their heads high after a tough OT win.