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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  The Cambridge-Isanti boys cross country team totaled 48 points to place second to a loaded Mora team’s 29 when the Mustangs hosted their invitational on Sept. 9. The Bluejackets put together a nice four-pack of scores in the 5K between Paden Hallman (8th, 17:36), Nick Marshall (9th, 17:54), Nate Wallman (10th, 18:09) and [...]

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SPORTS ROUND-UP: The local high school winter sports season officially began Saturday afternoon when the Cambridge-Isanti-Mora-Pine City girls hockey squad traveled to Duluth for the opener. The section partner Northern Stars slipped past the Bluejackets 3-2 on the Heritage Sports Center ice. Senior captain Jordan Ramey had CIMPC up 1-0 with a first-period goal off [...]

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Braham’s exciting volleyball season came to a close in the Oct. 31 semifinals when Nevis downed the Bombers 25-15, 25-14, 25-14. The Tigers were the team to end the Bombers’ season last year in the 5A semis. Bomber Coach Britne Engelking: “The girls played “not to lose” rather then “playing to win.” When the girls [...]

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Braham reached the Section 5A semifinals for the second-straight season after defeating Sebeka 26-24, 25-16, 25-19 in the Oct. 29 quarterfinals at Crosby. “The girls played well and were able to keep their energy levels up.  We were all pumped up for the match, and it seemed like we were just getting started when Sebeka [...]

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The Cambridge-Isanti and Braham volleyball squads– both owning No. 1 seeds in their respective sections– began the 2013 playoffs by sweeping their opponents in Oct. 25 home matches. The Bluejackets downed rival St. Francis 25-18, 25-21, 25-17 in front of a large crowd at CIHS Friday night. Claire Sheehan had a monster hitting night against [...]

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Both Braham and Cambridge-Isanti were rewarded for their 20-match win volleyball seasons by earning No. 1 seeds for this week’s playoff start. Braham collected one of the four No. 1 seeds in the pod set-up for the Section 5A brackets. The Bombers received a first-round bye and will host the winner between No. 4 East [...]

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Braham Football locked in a No. 1 seed for the Section 7A playoffs after defeating Hinckley-Finlayson 40-7 in the Oct. 16 regular-season finale. The Bombers (8-0) will host No. 8 seed Cook County (0-8) at 6 P.M. Oct. 22 in the quarterfinals.  A victory would have Braham hosting the Saturday, Oct. 26 semifinal game (2 [...]

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