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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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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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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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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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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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After turning her program’s goals from just winning one game in a season, to gunning for a section final appearance, the leader of Princeton volleyball is stepping down.

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Last Saturday, Maddy Peterson received the puck on a power play and rocketed a perfect shot just inside the blue line into the top-right corner of the goal. She turned around and instead of a celebrating, shook her head at a frustrating night for Princeton girls’ hockey.

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Kallie Abrahamson was skating with the puck in the opposing zone of Rochester John Marshall, Saturday night at Princeton Ice Arena. The junior moved just beyond the Rokets’ goal line, not a great shooting angle, but, as the Tigers had been doing all night, she slapped the puck towards the ne…

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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 start of the Minnesota State High School League Class 2A State Tennis Tournament, didn’t go as planned for Princeton’s qualifiers, but they rebounded to make it to the final day of girls’ high school tennis in the Gopher State.

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After advancing to its second section semifinal match in 20 years, the stunning playoff run for Princeton volleyball came to an end, Tuesday, Oct. 30 at the hands of another tournament dark horse.

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Over 700 runners darted across the soccer practice fields and through the prairie at St. Olaf College, last Saturday, as the top competitors in Minnesota battled for position at the 2018 State Cross Country Meet in Northfield.