Archive | January 25, 2012
The Cambridge-Isanti boys swim & dive team closes the regular season with a nice home stretch, beginning with a Jan. 26 conference dual with Monticello. This Saturday, the squad hosts its annual Bluejacket Invite with 14 teams coming to the CIHS pool. The Invite will be a good preview of the Sec...Read More
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Bluejackets rally by defeating Forest Lake at C-I Duals In the key match to determine the 2012 Mississippi 8 Wrestling champions, host St. Michael-Albertville rallied from a 28-21 deficit by winning the last three matches, getting past Cambridge-Isanti 34-28 Jan. 20. The 4th-ranked Knights are now i...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES: Minnetonka gave the Braham girls one of their two losses during last year’s Class AA championship season, but the Bombers turned the tables on the Skippers with a 63-49 home victory Jan. 20. Becca Dahlman and Kelsey Sorenson-Giffrow led the way past Minnetonka, ranked 8th in C...Read More
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By Greg Hunt Jeff Spartz, Director for the Association of Minnesota Counties, made a stop at the Jan. 18 Isanti County Board meeting during his tour of counties to start this year. His update centered on the AMC’s Minnesota Accountable Government Innovation and Collaborate (MAGIC) Act which will b...Read More
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Hosting their former conference partner Orono Jan. 20, the Cambridge-Isanti-Mora-Pine City girls hockey team skated to a 4-4 tie. The Spartans rallied from a 4-2 deficit with two goals midway through the third period and outshot the Bluejackets 6-1 in overtime. Goals by Shelby Sylvester, Katie McCan...Read More
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  For two sets of young players, 2012 Hockey Day was made a bit more special when they got together on outdoors ice to play a fun exhibition game. Definitely “old-time hockey” weather wrapped around the Princeton and Cambridge-Isanti “A” Mites squads as a stiff south wind blew across th...Read More
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