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It was a combined 145 years between State Tournament appearances for Princeton and Mahtomedi prior to today’s game at ‘The Barn’.

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To send off the Princeton Tigers boys basketball team to the State Tournament, a parade was held in Princeton to commemorate the occasion, thanks to a royal escort from the Princeton Fire Department. Here are a handful of scenes and images from Tuesday afternoon. 

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What: Minnesota State High School League Boys Basketball Tournament Class AAA Quarterfinals

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The Princeton boys swim and dive team chalked up a win last week against Cambridge after having dropped the previous few meets. They defeated the Bluejackets on the road 95-89 Jan. 24. They headed back to Cambridge two days later for an annual invitational, where they came in fifth place amo…

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Despite finishing in the middle of the pack, the Princeton wrestlers had plenty to celebrate at the Mississippi 8 Conference tournament. The Tigers went up against the top wrestlers from the conference Jan. 25 at Cambridge-Isanti high school.

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It’s crunch time for the boys hockey team starting Jan. 31 when the team begins a tough six-game stretch to the end of the regular season that will likely play a big part in deciding the team’s section seeding.

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Pat Arens, formerly the head girls soccer coach at Princeton High School for __ years, has accepted the position of head boys soccer coach, effective  next season.

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PHS boys hockey coach Todd Frederick said last week he expected a tough week for his team as it faced Bloomington Kennedy, Chisago Lakes, and Rogers. It turned out all three were competitive games, the Tigers (12-4) beating Kennedy 11-9, losing 4-3 to Chisago on a goal with a tenth of second…

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The Princeton boys swim and dive team found itself up against some tough competitors last week as they experienced two losses, one to St. Michael-Albertville 124-62 and the second to Fargo North 106-77.

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After four games, the Milaca boys basketball team are back in the win column. On Jan. 3, the Wolves defeated Annandale at home, 66-54.

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The Princeton Tiger gymnasts hosted 11 teams to celebrate the 42 annual Clemensen Invite on Jan. 5. The Tigers placed 11 overall with a team score of 129.35. The invite is named after the founder of Tiger Gymnastics Joe Clemensen. Clemensen coached the boys gymnastics team until the program …

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After beginning the season 2-0, the Milaca boys basketball team find themselves on the wrong end of a three game slide. On Dec. 21, the Wolves fell to the Zimmerman Thunder 105-87 in a Granite Ridge showdown.

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A team from Marshall (10-1) that has won nine games in a row beat Princeton (7-3) 6-1 in the Open Division of the Schwan’s Cup at the Schwan Super Rink in Blaine last Saturday.

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The Princeton girls hockey team slide in the Mississippi 8 standings after falling to Elk River/Zimmerman. On Dec. 21, the girls were shutout 8-0 at home.

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Spring turkey hunters hoping to bag a tom during the first two weeks of the season have through Friday, Jan. 25, to apply for a lottery permit, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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Penalties continued to plague the Princeton boys hockey team last week but the Tigers overcame that part of their game with a 4-2 win over Chisago Lakes (7-3) here Thursday night and a 6-4 win here Saturday afternoon against North Shore (Two Harbors-Silver Bay) to stretch their winning strea…

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Perch fishing is one of the most exciting and rewarding winter sports we have in the Midwest. The issue is that we have plenty of waterways with smaller fish and just a handful of excellent lakes to choose from. Here is a primer on lake choices and techniques to use during the mid-winter per…