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Braham bats were limited to four hits by PACT starter Kevin Breimhurst when the Panthers ended the Bombers’ season with a 10-0 five-inning win in the Section 5A opener May 23. Braham starter Richard Hanson threw a nice 1-2-3 first, ending it with a slider for a called strike three. But in the second, PACT’s [...]

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Despite the rains on Memorial Day, Cambridge-Isanti hosted Andover for the opening round of the Section  7AAA baseball tourney. Unfortunately, the No. 9 seed Huskies ended the No. 8 Bluejackets’ season with a 6-4 victory. Clean-up hitter Justin Freyholtz jump-started the Andover offense with a two-run bomb into the pines for a 2-0 edge in [...]

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Braham softball finished up its season by going 2-2 in the Section 5A fastpitch tournament. The Bombers opened with a 3-1 stay-alive win at McGregor May 20 when Angie Bendickson pitched a one-hitter and ripped a key two-run double against the Mercuries. When the double-elimination part of the tourney began, No. 2 East seed Rush [...]

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With the season winding down, Cambridge Christian hosted its annual spring invite tournament May 17, and the Warriors swept their games for the top trophy. Morning action began with the Warriors defeating Hope Christian 16-7. Nick Dufeck started and got the win, with Iain Thune finishing off in relief. Both Dufeck and Thune swung for [...]

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Bluejacket boys tennis defeated Andover 4-3 in the opening round Section 7AA Team tourney which was delayed to May 20 due to rains on the 19th. Coach Thea Lowman: “Pulling out this close match was a nice victory for us. Devin Gislason played his best match of the season at No. 3 singles, controlling points [...]

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Stacking up placings, the Braham boys track & field squad finished second to Rush City at the Great River championships hosted at Onamia. The Bomber girls were fifth behind 2014 champion Hinckley-Finlayson. Logan Leavey (4:56.2), Connor TenNapel (4:57.9) an Thomas Warner (4:58.6) swept the top three spots in the 1600 for the Bomber boys. Zach [...]

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The Cambridge-Isanti boys track & field squad finished in sixth place and the C-I girls were eighth when the  Mississippi 8 championships were hosted May 20 at Buffalo. St. Michael-Albertville swept the team titles this season, with the Knight boys ending Buffalo’s long run atop the standings. The Bluejacket pole vaulters all had strong days [...]

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