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Kolby Brown in action against Spectrum. Princeton would go on to win 3-0.  

VOLLEYBALL

Milaca

The Wolves went 2-0 last week winning both of their contests again Spectrum and Pierz. Emylee Kohlgraf played a big role in the team’s two victories as she had a busy week with 37 digs. The team now has won five in a row. They were back in action on Sep. 10 when they took on conference foe Mora.

Milaca 3, Spectrum 1

Milaca 25-19-25-25

Princeton 12-25-18-22

Milaca 3, Pierz 0

Milaca 25-25-25

Pierz 23-18-20

Princeton

The Tigers picked up their first win of the season as they defeated Duluth East 3-0 on Sep. 7. They fell in their previous match-up 1-3 at Becker. They had a third match of the week, a loss to Anoka, 3-0.

Princeton 1, Becker 3

Princeton 25-20-23-15

Becker 15,25,25,25

Princeton 3, Duluth East 0

Princeton 25-25-25

Duluth East 17-17-23

Princeton 0, Anoka 3

Princeton 21-18-20

Anoka 25-25-25

SOCCER

Princeton Boys

The Tigers won all three of their matches last week, beating Big Lake 3-1, Spectrum 3-0 and PACT 2-1. Ray Andersen and Luke Dufner both tallied goals last week. Princeton has now won three in a row and has already passed it last season’s win total.

Princeton 3, Big Lake 1

Princeton 1 2 — 3

Big Lake 1 0 — 1

Princeton goals: not available

Princeton 3, Spectrum 0

Princeton 1 2 — 3

Spectrum 0 0 — 0

Princeton goals: Ray Andersen (20th minute),

Luke Dufner (42nd minute), Jayden Losshaw (77th minute)

Princeton 2, PACT 1

Princeton 1 1— 2

PACT 1 0— 1

Princeton goals: not available

Princeton Girls

The Tigers girls lost their only match up last week as they fell 3-1 on Sep. 5 at home against Becker. Princeton fell behind 3-0 before scoring a late goal in the second half. They now sit at 0-5. They played North Branch on Sep. 10 and Monticello on Sep. 12.

Princeton 1, Big Lake 3

Princeton 0 1— 1

Big Lake 2 1— 3

TENNIS

Princeton rolled to a 7-0 win over Big Lake in girls tennis on Sep. 5 at Big Lake. Every Princeton varsity tennis player, in straight set won their match-up The Tigers now has a 5-3 record on the season.

Princeton 7, Big Lake 0

Singles: 1. Anna Dahlen (P) def. Sophie Wesoloski 6-0, 6-0. 2. Lily Wyluda def Ella Dotzler 6-0, 6-1; 3. Lydia Erickson def. Lily Stolte 6-1, 6-2; 4. Avery Romann def Sophie Jones 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles: 1. Halle Farley and Sam Hawerinen win 6-1, 6-1; 2. Rylie Turnquist and Cloey Howard win 6-2, 6-0; 3. Amelia White and Summer Schepper win 6-3, 6-1; 4. Haley Lupkes and Emily Anderson win 6-3, 6-2.

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