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Spotting East Central a 12-0 lead, Braham ignited for 38 points in the second quarter to quiet the Eagles’ Homecoming crowd en route to a 57-12 win Oct. 10. The victory locked in the No. 1 seed for Section 7A while creating distance from EC. The Eagles used a long reception by Stephon Buckanon to ...Read More
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St. Michael-Albertville’s defense smothered Cambridge-Isanti’s rushing attack, and the Knight offense garnered 329 ground yards to soil the Oct. 10 Bluejacket Homecoming night with a 49-7 win. The Knights drove and scored on the first possession of the game. The Jacket defense then made a goal l...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   On a crisp Oct. 7 up north, Cambridge-Isanti girls tennis fell to No. 4 seed Grand Rapids-Greenway 4-3. At first singles, C-I’s Jade Newman beat Dulong 6-1, 6-1. At second singles, Kate Hanson defeated Illikainen 6-0, 6-1. At third doubles, Bluejackets’ Tori Kosel & Abby ...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti came out blistering the ball and rolled to a 25-6, 25-13, 25-17 win over Princeton Oct. 9. The win on the team’s “Dig Pink” cancer fundraising night at CIHS locked in at least a share of the Mississippi 8 Conference championship for the team. The Bluejackets have o...Read More
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Braham clinched at least a share of their 2014 Great River volleyball championship by defeating host Rush City in five games Oct. 7. The Bombers added a 3-0 sweep over East Central on Oct. 6 to help raise its GRC mark to 10-0 on the season. Braham Volleyball 4th at own invite Braham went 2-2 [...]...Read More
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With a distinct chill in the air, it’s fittingly playoff time for the Cambridge-Isanti girl soccer squad as the Section 7AA matches begin this week. The Bluejackets were seeded eighth in the section, sending them to top-seed Blaine (11-3-2) for the 7 p.m. quarterfinals on Thursday, Oct. 9. The Ben...Read More
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Winning two of their last three regular-season matches, Cambridge-Isanti boys soccer will bring its energy into the post-season this week. The Bluejackets were seeded sixth for the Section 7AA brackets, opening the playoffs with a 5 p.m. road match at No. 3 Blaine (8-5-2) on Thursday, Oct. 9. A vict...Read More
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