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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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The Princeton Tigers girls hockey team earned their first in three games on Dec. 4 in a crucial Mississippi 8 matchup. The Tigers hosted rival St. Francis/North Branch, defeating them 4-3 for their first M8 victory of the season.

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When Lexy Tesch, Aubrie Vivant, and Avery Herbst jumped into the warmup pool at Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center, Wednesday, they quickly realized they were entering a new level of competition.

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Girls’ Tennis: With a young cast and just four returning varsity regulars, Princeton girls’ tennis kept its dynasty rolling with their fifth Mississippi 8 Conference championship in six seasons. With it came five players on the All-Conference team. Kelsey Dorr was conference MVP, going undef…

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For the second consecutive season, Breanna Mehrwerth lifted her head above the water and looked towards the scoreboard, at the Class 1A Section 5A Championships, on Saturday, Nov. 10. She, and her 200-yard freestyle relay teammates Aubrie Vivant, Lexy Tesch and Avery Herbst, awaited the resu…

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When Milaca’s prep athletes showed up to their weight room for offseason lifting in the center of the high school, last Wednesday, Nov. 7, many of them took one step onto the floor before exclaiming, “Wow!”

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Both the Princeton and Milaca swimming and diving teams competed at the Section 5A preliminaries, Thursday and Friday night in Becker and 15 ripped through the water fast enough to keep their individual seasons alive.

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The Milaca swim team seemed to start its dual with Little Falls, last Thursday, on a very strong note. In the first event, the 200-yard medley relay, two Wolves teams finished first and second, providing a quick 10 team points. However, the judge ruled Milaca’s second-place team had left the…

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In high school football, oftentimes the easiest way to move the ball down the field and score is handing it to a running back and watching them burst through gaps in the opposing teams defense. According to the stats sheet, though, gaps didn’t exist in the Milaca defense, Friday night.

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The Milaca volleyball took down a Granite Ridge rival, last Thursday, Oct. 11 and in the process conquered a couple long-standing team droughts.

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New season success was on the line, last Tuesday, for Milaca volleyball. The Wolves were prowling for their first win over a top conference opponent, this season, and they nearly secured it against their biggest rival.

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Nine minutes into their East Central (North) District matchup neither Milaca or New London-Spicer had an offensive touchdown, but the latter didn’t need one. They already more than enough points to solidify a win.

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Two weeks ago, a Milaca foursome became the fastest Wolves to ever swim the 200-yard freestyle relay in their home pool and, last Thursday, they started pulling down the record of a neighbor.

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Coming into this week’s game at Claffy Field, cheering after a Milaca touchdown had been a rare occurrence, recently. In fact, the team has averaged nine points-per-game, just over one trip to the end zone per game since 2016. However, some Milaca fans may have lost their voice, Friday night…

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The Milaca girls’ cross country team grabbed a top-3 finish in Pine City, last Thursday, Sept. 6, as three members finished near the front of the field.

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The Milaca girls’ swim team kicked off their dual season, meeting in its home pool with St. Cloud Cathedral, last Thursday. Unfortunately for the Wolves, the guests earned the edge.

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In March, longtime coach Doug Reetz stepped down from his position as Milaca’s boys basketball coach. Two months and 17 applicants later, Activities Director Ben Kvidt thought he had found a replacement in Reetz’s junior varsity head coach and varsity assistant, Brandon Kiel.

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Jincey Nystedt was a powerful newcomer for Milaca volleyball last year. After transferring from Onamia as a sophomore, the outside hitter had to sit out a season, per Minnesota State High School League rules, but when she returned to the court she became an All-Conference selection and now h…

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The world’s largest trap shooting tournament is on the horizon for local prep teams, so a few shooters prepared with a competitive invite at Del-Tone-Luth Gun Club in St. Cloud and several pulled out some magic they hope to bring to Alexandria.

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Over the past several seasons the Milaca girls’ golf team has made it a mission to reach day two of the Class 2A Section 6 Golf Tournament, and on Monday June 4 it not only accomplished that feat, but now nips at the heels of something unaccomplished since 1982, a spot in the state tournament.

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Sixteen Milaca track athletes competed at the Section 5A track meet at St. John’s University, on Wednesday, May 30, and two were able to pull off late-race charges, qualifying by fractions of a second in order to represent the Wolves at the state meet, this Friday.

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Ellie Banks seemed lost through the first two holes at Wapicada Golf Course, on Thursday, May 3, but by the end of a nine-hole round in St. Cloud it was the field that lost her.

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Competing against some bigger schools with bigger teams at the Chuck Johnson Invitational in Princeton Thursday, the Milaca sprint relays were still able to come out ahead.