braham cross country
Braham joined the throngs of teams competing at the Sept. 21 Milaca Mega Meet, and the Bombers enjoyed a day filled with personal-best and season-best runs. The Braham boys fastest 5K time of the season was broken three times over the course of the various age division races on Stones Throw GC. Raci...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   The Cambridge-Isanti girls tennis squad swept its two matches to win its own Bluejacket  Triangular on Saturday. The Jackets opened with a 4-3 win over Anoka, stacking up singles wins from Jade Newman (6-0, 6-0), Nikki Hallstrom (6-1, 6-1) and Karley Kirkhoff (6-4, 6-2). Adding...Read More
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It was a hot & sticky Aug. 29 afternoon when the Princeton Cross Country Invite was held on Fairview Shores Golf Course. The Braham boys placed 3rd with 55 points, just behind Spectrum and St. Cloud Christian who tied at 54. At left, Logan Leavey (10th, 20:27) and Connor TenNapel (5th, 20:11) pa...Read More
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Catching up on more playoff action, the Braham cross country teams wrapped up their season with the girls placing 15th and the boys taking 20th at the Section 5A meet hosted in Pierz. The Bomber girls were led by Rachel Eskuri running a 17:12 over the 4K course for 45th place and Jessica Westman tak...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti and Braham harriers will take to their respective section meets this Thursday as the cross country season winds down. The Bluejackets head to the Princeton Golf Course when the Section 7AA championships are hosted by the Tigers (2 p.m. start on Oct. 25). Top teams in the 7AA boy...Read More
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Braham junior Rachel Eskuri placed 6th at 16:53, and freshman Thomas Warner ran to a personal-best 18:23 for 7th place to highlight the Bombers’ work at the Oct. 11 Great River Conference championships hosted at Pine City. Those two earned All-Conference honors for their high placings. Both Bomber...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti boys cross country placed 10th and the girls finished in 11th place at the Sept. 27 Buffalo Invite. Both teams saw nice progression and lower times as the season heads to the Oct. 11 Mississippi 8 finals. Dylan Korta again led the way for the C-I boys with a 17:47 time, with tea...Read More
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