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Continuing to hit well this season, the Cambridge-Isanti baseball squad stacked up three Mississippi 8 wins over a six-day stretch. Down 3-1 after the first inning, the Bluejackets rallied back to defeat host Princeton 13-3 on May 15. Singles by Tristen Zimprich, Collin Anderson, Michael Thomas and ...Read More
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Braham fastpitch softball went 2-1 to finish in 2nd place at last Saturday’s Deer River tournament. In the opener, Angie Bendickson allowed just two hits and struck out seven in a 2-0 win over Nevis. Carley Lynch, Kayla Nickles and Maddie Altendorf strung together hits for the two Bomber runs in t...Read More
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BASEBALL:   Jake Johnson racked up 10 strikeouts while limiting Rogers to one hit over a complete-game shutout when Cambridge-Isanti got back into action with a 7-0 road win May 1. The Royals had just one runner reach third base. The Bluejackets broke a scoreless tie when Kyle Chromy, Brandon Gageb...Read More
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BASEBALL & SOFTBALL ROUND-UP:   Cambridge-Isanti struck down Mississippi 8 baseball rival St. Michael-Albertville 6-1 on April 22. Jake Johnson held down the Knights by scattering 8 hits and striking out 7 over his 6 innings to get his second win of spring. The Bluejackets broke the game open i...Read More
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Solid pitching and clutch hitting combined to lead the way to two Cambridge-Isanti baseball victories as the season got underway last week. After a few postponements, the Bluejackets hit Princeton’s Solheim Field for an 8-0 shutout of the host Tigers. Jake Johnson racked up 10 strikeouts in five i...Read More
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After staying alive by defeating Duluth East in the Section 7AAA baseball play-in game, Cambridge-Isanti was shut down in the next two playoff games as the Bluejackets close 2013 with a 4-14 record. On May 30 at No. 2 seed Forest Lake, the Bluejackets were blanked 3-0 when the Rangers’ Phil Sauer ...Read More
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No. 2 seed Forest Lake held Cambridge-Isanti to two hits in a 3-0 victory in the May 30 Section 7AAA Baseball quarterfinals. Bluejacket sophomore Michael Thomas pitched well, striking out eight Rangers over his six innings. Forest Lake scored single runs in the first, third and fifth innings. The No...Read More
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