cambridge-isanti cross country
SPORTS ROUND-UP:   The Cambridge-Isanti girls tennis squad swept its two matches to win its own Bluejacket  Triangular on Saturday. The Jackets opened with a 4-3 win over Anoka, stacking up singles wins from Jade Newman (6-0, 6-0), Nikki Hallstrom (6-1, 6-1) and Karley Kirkhoff (6-4, 6-2). Adding...Read More
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There are gritty elements to each long distance cross country race throughout the season as the athletes take on the course layout, the opponents and the weather conditions. At the Sept. 5 Bluejacket Invite, the sticky, muggy air seemed nothing like autumn racing conditions, and a tough field of leg...Read More
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Both Cambridge-Isanti cross country squads placed 2nd at the Aug. 30 Mora Invite, a make-up run from the heat-postponed Milaca Invite. Bree Erickson placed 2nd for the Bluejacket girls at 16:22, Maddie Oullette was 4th at 17:10, and Shelby Swanson finished 10th at 17:55 as the team placed just behin...Read More
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It was a chilly post-snowstorm afternoon Oct. 25 when the Section 7AA Cross Country Finals were run in Princeton. The Jacket boys finished 11th and the girls were 15th. Seniors Patrick Jones and Paige Muehlhauser led the way for their C-I teams. Patrick Jones on the race: “Going into the race,...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti and Braham harriers will take to their respective section meets this Thursday as the cross country season winds down. The Bluejackets head to the Princeton Golf Course when the Section 7AA championships are hosted by the Tigers (2 p.m. start on Oct. 25). Top teams in the 7AA boy...Read More
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Braham junior Rachel Eskuri placed 6th at 16:53, and freshman Thomas Warner ran to a personal-best 18:23 for 7th place to highlight the Bombers’ work at the Oct. 11 Great River Conference championships hosted at Pine City. Those two earned All-Conference honors for their high placings. Both Bomber...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti boys cross country placed 10th and the girls finished in 11th place at the Sept. 27 Buffalo Invite. Both teams saw nice progression and lower times as the season heads to the Oct. 11 Mississippi 8 finals. Dylan Korta again led the way for the C-I boys with a 17:47 time, with tea...Read More
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Bombers drop times at Pierz Stampede: The Cambridge-Isanti boys cross country finished as runners-up to section-partner Princeton at the Sept. 11 Mora Invite. The Bluejacket girls placed 5th, with the Braham girls taking 7th and boys 9th. Jacket leaders Dylan Korta (18:49), Patrick Jones (18:56) an...Read More
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