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FULL STORY W/ CLASS AAA OUTLOOK:  Match point looked pretty familiar to Cambridge-Isanti volleyball fans. A strong Sydney Larkin serve kept the foes off-balance, allowing the Jacket offense to get in the groove. A good pass back to Larkin had her, in turn, finding Claire Sheehan with a good set. Th...Read More
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FULL STORY W/CLASS A OUTLOOK:   On the drive into Duluth the afternoon of Oct. 30, a vibrant rainbow was visible over the St. Lawrence River mouth. The Braham football squad earned the pot o’ gold at the other end of that arc by shutting out East Central 36-0 in the Section 7A championship. “Th...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  Running personal-best times on the State cross country course set up at St. Olaf’s College, Henry Boettcher and Nick Marshall represented the Bluejacket program well on a sunny Nov. 1. Boettcher placed 59th at 16:27.4, and Marshall cruised to a 16:48.0 mark for 87th place among ...Read More
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Cambridge Christian volleyball lived up to its No. 1 seed and finished off a great season by winning its second-straight Christian Athletic League championship with a strong tourney run in St. Croix Falls, Wis. The Warriors began action with a 25-8, 25-10, 25-8 win over No. 9 Hope Christian. In the ...Read More
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A Chisago Lakes H.S. gym packed with energy for the Section 7AAA volleyball championship witnessed Cambridge-Isanti rallying to claim a first State tourney berth in the program’s history on Saturday night, Nov. 1. Down 2-1 in games, the Bluejackets battled back to win the title 25-17, 20-25, 2...Read More
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On a crazy night of weather in Duluth, Braham football took care of business with a 36-0 shutout over East Central in the Section 7A championship to earn a second-straight berth in the State tournament. The Bomber defense did a great job swarming to the ball to limit the damage by the Eagles while g...Read More
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In their final home match of the season, top-seed Cambridge-Isanti downed No. 5 Forest Lake 25-11, 26-24, 25-20 in the Section 7AAA semifinals Oct. 29. Claire Sheehan finished with 28 kills, including knocking down the clinchers in Games 2 and 3. More kills came from Korbyn Felde (6), Greta Holt (5)...Read More
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