braham volleyball

Tigers go on to reach State tournament: Heading to Pierz for the Nov. 1st 5A East Subsection volleyball finals, Braham saw the opponent quality rise sharply when they faced defending section champ Nevis. The Tigers brought a blistering attack to the court that evening, sweeping the Bombers 25-8, 25-18, 25-8. “The Nevis team we faced would have [...]

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5A Playoffs: Down to four teams: Braham volleyball found itself down 8-0 at the start of the 5A subsection semifinal match at home Oct. 30, but the Bombers quickly found their way to roll past McGregor in three: 25-21, 25-17, 25-15. The victory sends Braham to the subsection finals for first time since 1999. “When realized [...]

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In the 5A East Subsection quarterfinals Oct. 26, No. 1 seed Braham made quick work dispatching No. 5 Barnum in three games at home: 25-15, 25-11, 25-15. The win gets Braham (17-4) another home match for the subsection semifinals when they host No. 2 seed McGregor (14-9) on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. Also [...]

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Bombers land No. 1 seed in Section 5A:  Great River Conference champ Braham earned a No. 1 seed for its half of the Section 5A brackets, with the volleyball playoffs beginning this week. The Bombers get a first-round bye, then they will host either No. 4 East Central (7-11) or No. 5 Barnum (4-18) in [...]

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Braham volleyball stepped up big time with two significant two-point victories over four days to wrap up its second straight Great River Conference championship. At home Oct. 11, the  Bombers rallied on Aitkin in an electric match: 21-25, 23-25, 25-16, 25-19, 16-14. “In 10 years of coaching, I have never experienced a comeback of this [...]

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THURSDAY NIGHT SPORTS: In an evenly-played first half of the Section 7AA boys soccer quarterfinals, No. 3 seed Duluth East led 2-0 over Cambridge-Isanti.  C-I’s Josh Rouse ripped a penalty kick home 4:20 into the second half to cut the deficit in half. But the quick and physical Greyhounds reasserted themselves with a goal off [...]

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SPORTS ROUND-UP: Cambridge-Isanti girls tennis finished the Mississippi  8 schedule at 5-5 after defeating visiting Rogers 4-3 Sept. 27, taking all three doubles matches. The Bluejackets ended up in 4th place in the M-8, with Buffalo and St. Michael-Albertville closing as co-champions. “This was a hard-fought win for our girls,” commented C-I Coach Lee Orvik. “Once [...]

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