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Playoff action continues around the county as baseball brackets are set. In the Section 5A Baseball tournament, Braham was seeded 3rd in the East Subsection. The Bombers (5-8) will host No. 6 Royalton (4-11) in the opener at 2 p.m. Friday, May 24 at Mora. The game had to be moved off the Braham fiel...Read More
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After being rained out Monday and Tuesday, Braham will finally begin the 5A East Subsection Softball tourney vs. Ogilvie on Wednesday, May 22 in a No. 4 vs. 5 seed game at Rush City. The winner will then take on No. 1 seed Rush City who opened with a 16-2 win over Cromwell. The Tigers [...]...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti was seeded 5th for the 7AA South Subsection Team tourney which opens Monday, May 20. The Bluejackets (4-9) will travel to No. 4 Andover (2-11) for Monday’s match, with the winner traveling to top-seed Elk River (20-1) on Tuesday, May 21. Chisago Lakes (11-4) and Forest Lake (3...Read More
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SOFTBALL/BASEBALL UPDATES– Snapping a tough streak, Cambridge-Isanti fastpitch worked for a double-header sweep over visiting Monticello May 14, winning 8-2 and 10-2. Senior Amanda Hanson got it started with a two-run homer, then senior Kendall Sandberg parked a two-run shot in the third. Sandber...Read More
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  In the May 18, 5A East playoff opener, No. 3 seed Rush City downed No. 6 Braham 7-4 to end the Bombers’ fastpitch season. Sara Tomlinson (pictured tagging an out at home vs. RC) pitched well by only allowing 2 earned runs, and she led the offense with 3 RBI. Bella Williams was great behind [.....Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti Softball was seeded No. 9 for this week’s Section 7AAA tournament. The Bluejackets (8-11) travel to No. 8 Blaine (8-11) for a 3 p.m. opening-round game on Tuesday, May 22. The Bluejacket/Bengal winner next travels to top-seed Forest Lake (19-1) on Thursday, May 24 (4:30 p.m.)....Read More
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Braham extended its win streak to eight games with two more Great River victories last week, both starring the pitching staff who combined for shutouts. On May 10, the Bombers downed visiting East Central 12-0 on a combined no-hitter from Nick Hammond (2 innings, 5 K), Cory Ambrose (2 inn., 5 K) and...Read More
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