cambridge-isanti girls basketball
BASKETBALL UPDATES:   The Cambridge-Isanti basketball squads had a fun doubleheader of games at North Branch Jan. 16, with the Bluejackets taking both tight conference battles. The C-I boys broke a 22-22 halftime game with a strong second half for a 58-49 win over the Vikings. Nate Cox led the way...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES: Braham needed a push at the end to record a 52-50 Great River victory at  Aitkin Jan. 13 in the make-up game from last week. Connor Tschumper’s steal and feed to John Larson broke a 48-48 tie. After the Gobblers re-knotted the game, Larson scored his 21st point on a jumper wi...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES:  Blaine opened up a late 10-point lead and held on to defeat visiting Cambridge-Isanti girls basketball 61-55 in a matchup of Section 7AAAA rivals on Saturday. Justine Larson hit five field goals and was 5-for-5 at the line to lead the Bluejackets with 15 points against the Beng...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti boys basketball split its two games at the Dec. 27-28 Moorhead Holiday Tournament to take 3rd place. On Friday, the host Spuds won 83-75, then the Bluejackets downed Hawley 76-61 in Saturday’s 3rd-place game. Against Moorhead, Matt Swanson paced the Jackets with 20 points and 9 re...Read More
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BASKETBALL UPDATES: Devin Malik scored four of his 10 points in overtime, and Matt Swanson scored three points in the extra minutes when Cambridge boys basketball rallied on visiting North Branch 79-74 Dec. 19. The win improved the Bluejackets’ overall record to 6-1. The Vikings led 37-28 at the h...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti boys basketball raised its record to 5-1 on the season with victories in two more non-conference games. The Bluejackets defeated host Spring Lake Park 70-64. Devin Malik’s layup with 1:44 remaining gave C-I the lead for good, and Malik finished with a team-high 16 points. Kyle McD...Read More
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Braham girls basketball began the season with strong defensive pressure while swarming host Mora 70-25 in the Dec. 5 opener. Kayla Nickles led the way with 28 points, and Jaclyn Hollenkamp hustled for 12 steals while adding 22 points in the non-conference win over the Mustangs. Lizzie Altendorf fini...Read More
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