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Cambridge-Isanti football kept the hammer down on Duluth Denfeld to post a 34-0 shutout in the Aug. 29 home-opener. The win got the Bluejackets off to a 1-0 start in the Mississippi 8 Conference. The game began with the C-I crowd hearing big hits on the opening kickoff coverage (photo at right). The...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti handled visiting Duluth Denfeld 34-0 in the Aug. 29 season-opener at George Larson Field. The evening began with tributes to former C-I coach Gary Christopherson and “super Bluejacket fan” Phil Becklin, both who passed away recently. Max Knowlton scored on a 1 yard run a...Read More
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C-I’s Jerry Carlson inducted into Minnesota Football Coaches Hall of Fame –  By Barry Bruss, Guest columnist “Okay, here we go.”  These are simple, common words to most people but are an iconic catchphrase from a Cambridge institution. Hundreds of Bluejacket football, softball, and baseb...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti was shut down by visiting Bemidji 21-0 in the Saturday, Oct. 27 afternoon semifinals. The Lumberjacks will take on top-seed Chisago Lakes for the Section 7AAAAA championship Nov. 2. The game began with a series of punt exchanges, then Bemidji put together a good drive which reached ...Read More
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In the pre-season outlook, Cambridge-Isanti Coach Mike Hennen warned of the team speed Rogers can bring to the gridiron. That element was a major factor when the Royals defeated the Bluejackets 17-0 Oct. 17 to secure a tie for the Mississippi 8 championship with Monticello. The loss dropped Cambridg...Read More
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Rogers defeated Cambridge-Isanti for the fourth season in a row by racking up a 17-0 shutout Oct. 17. The victory allowed the Royals to tie Monticello for the Mississippi 8 Conference championship; the Magic beat St. Michael-Albetville 24-10 Wednesday evening. The loss also cost the Bluejackets (6-2...Read More
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Visiting Big Lake took the opening 6-0 lead, but it was all Cambridge-Isanti afterward when the Bluejackets won 42-6 on “Senior Night” at Larson Field Oct. 12. Chance Laidly scored on rushing touchdowns of 40, 23, 2 and 1 in the Mississippi 8 rout. The Jackets led 28-6 at the half and ou...Read More
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