cambridge-isanti girls basketball
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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High School sports scores from Dec. 5-7 weekend: 12/5: Braham Girls Basketball 70, Mora 25.  12/7: Braham Girls 60, Zimmerman 52 12/6: Braham Boys Basketball 91, Rush City 52– Coach Bob Vaughan honored with Hall of Fame banner @ BHS gym 12/7: Rush City-Braham Wrestling 5th at Rush City Invite 12/...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti girls basketball won its seventh straight season-opener, playing solid defense in a 67-47 victory over visiting Brainerd Dec. 3. With just two starters back in Justine Larson and Lily Porta, it was a different-looking Bluejacket squad which took the court for tip-off. The offense be...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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Taking care of business in their final home game, the No. 3 seed Cambridge-Isanti girls handled No. 6 St. Francis 81-52 in the Feb. 28 Section 7AAAA quarterfinals. The Bluejackets next face No. 2 Anoka March 6 at North Branch, a game postponed one night because of the snowstorm. The Tornadoes (18-9)...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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