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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  In Mississippi 8 volleyball action Sept. 5, Cambridge-Isanti knocked off host St. Francis in four games: 25-18, 24-26, 29-27, 25-20. The Saints were the Section 7AAA runners-up last season. Claire Sheehan led at the net with 23 kills and 2 blocks. Korbyn Felde added 12 kills and 2...Read More
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Braham jump-served very well– missing just three serves all night– to take down rival Rush City 25-14, 25-17, 25-12 in a key Great River match at home Sept. 3. “We were able to go on some runs because of consistencies in running our offense and making our serves,” said Bomber Coach Britne En...Read More
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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, 2...Read More
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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 s...Read More
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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....Read More
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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) i...Read More
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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 ha...Read More
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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 re...Read More
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