cambridge-isanti girls basketball
The Cambridge-Isanti girls went 1-1 in the Section 7AAAA basketball playoffs, opening with a 59-31 victory over Duluth East in the final home game of the season on March 6. The game was close at the half with the Bluejackets ahead 29-22, then the C-I girls led with defense while enjoying a 19-4 spur...Read More
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Braham closed the first half on a 9-2 run, then the Bombers advanced their lead to 21 points in the second half before defeating Maple Lake 62-47 in the Section 5AA girls basketball opener March 6. Jaclyn Hollenkamp scored  11 in the second half and 19 points in the game to lead the Bombers. Senior...Read More
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Braham girls basketball was seeded in the North No. 2 slot for this week’s Section 5AA tourney. The Bombers (22-4) will open at home against No. 7 Maple Lake (5-17) Thursday, March 6 (7 p.m.). A victory sends them to the Saturday quarterfinals, 4 p.m. at St. Michael-Albertville H.S. against either...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES: Braham girls basketball endured for a 55-49 victory at the tough Isle gym Tuesday, Feb. 18 to take a big step toward clinching the program’s fifth-straight Great River championship. The Bombers need a win at Onamia Feb. 21 to officially lock up the title. On that path, the Bom...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti Basketball updates: Cambridge-Isanti boys basketball out-scored visiting Duluth East 5-4 in overtime for a 62-61 victory matching Bluejacket head coach Mike McDonald against his son, Grehound head coach Rhett McDonald. Kyle McDonald paced the Bluejackets with 17 points, with 14 poi...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti boys basketball recorded two wins in three nights, beginning with a 74-63 victory over Coon Rapids Feb. 1. The win was the 400th for Bluejacket head coach Mike McDonald. Kyle McDonald scored 24 points, and Nate Cox hit 5-of-9 three-pointers to finish with 21 points. Matt Swanson fin...Read More
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Buffalo knocked down a field goal and two free throws late to slip past Cambridge-Isanti girls basketball 54-52 Jan. 24. Lily Porta scored 19, Maria Vavra 12 and Justine Larson 9 for the visiting Bluejackets. Leading on the boards were Brooke Olson (7), Larson (6) and Sydney Larkin (5). The Bluejack...Read More
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