cambridge-isanti boys basketball
SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Cambridge-Isanti boys basketball took control with a solid second half to open the 2014 season with a 69-55 win over host St. Louis Park on Saturday. Returning point guard Kyle McDonald scored 14 of his game-high 25 points in the first half to help keep the Bluejackets ahead 31-...Read More
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The Anoka girls captured their second Section 7AAAA championship and subsequent State berth over a three-year span by putting together a strong finish in last week’s games at North Branch. The semifinals between the No. 2 seed Tornadoes and No. 3 Cambridge-Isanti was postponed to March 6. Both tea...Read More
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In Saturday’s Section 7AA quarterfinals at UMD, No. 2 South seed Esko shot well from the outside to defeat No. 3 Braham 80-70, ending the Bombers’ season with a 25-3 mark. The Eskomos (24-4) reach the March 14 7AA semifinals at UMD where they face North No. 1 Virginia (22-6); the Blue De...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti (7-19) was seeded No. 6 for the Section 7AAAA boys basketball playoffs which kick off this week. The Bluejackets will open the quarterfinals at No. 3 Forest Lake (10-16) on Thursday, March 7 (7 p.m.). The Rangers feature 6’6” senior center Noah Davis (20.7 ppg); the team’s sec...Read More
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Braham boys basketball (24-2) was seeded in the No. 3 slot in the Section 7AA South Subsection for this week’s playoffs. The Bombers will host South No. 6 Rush City (13-9) in the Wednesday, March 6 opening round (7 p.m.). The winner of that game will face either No. 2 Esko (22-4) or No. 7 [......Read More
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Braham girls basketball, with its 26-0 record, was seeded No. 1 in the Section 7AA South to begin its defense of its four straight titles. The Bombers will open against No. 8 Pine City (7-19) at home Wednesday, Feb. 27. A victory would send Braham to the 7:45 p.m. quarterfinal game on Saturday, Marc...Read More
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BASKETBALL ROUND-UP: The Cambridge Christian girls basketball squad worked through a 46-40 battle at South Metro Feb. 14 to earn their 15th victory on the season. “It was a strange game.  Kristin Bergman was sick, so she did not make the trip which hurts our team on both ends of the court.  The...Read More
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