cambridge-isanti girls soccer
With a distinct chill in the air, it’s fittingly playoff time for the Cambridge-Isanti girl soccer squad as the Section 7AA matches begin this week. The Bluejackets were seeded eighth in the section, sending them to top-seed Blaine (11-3-2) for the 7 p.m. quarterfinals on Thursday, Oct. 9. The Ben...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Cambridge-Isanti volleyball went 3-1 to place second at Saturday’s 12-team Duluth East Invitational. In pool play, the Bluejackets began with a 25-10, 25-9 win over Duluth Denfeld and a 25-21, 25-13 victory over Esko. In the brackets, the C-I girls kept rolling by knocking off ...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti boys soccer strung together two Mississippi 8 wins which began with a solid 4-0 victory over visiting North Branch on a dank Sept. 9 evening which included the boys playing through bouts of rain. Seven minutes into action, senior attacker Josh Samsa launched a shot that just sailed ...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti girls soccer team had its season come to a close with a 2-0 loss at Forest Lake in the Section 7AA quarterfinals. The Bluejackets finished 2013 with an even record of 7-7-1. “Forest Lake’s defense was a real steel trap. Our mids and wings were able to get up into the forward...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  The Cambridge-Isanti soccer squads closed the regular season last week and are ready to take on the physical play of Section 7AA teams when the playoffs begin this week. The Bluejacket boys were seeded 5th, and they will open on the road at No. 4 Centennial (8-5-2) for the Oct. 10...Read More
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A good back-and-forth match on the Bluejacket boys’ “Parents Night” saw Cambridge-Isanti and St. Francis finish with a 3-3 tie in Mississippi 8 soccer. Just 1:30 into action, Sam Brown sent a long pass to Josh Samsa who tucked his shot away for a 1-0 Bluejacket lead. The Saints then came right...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti girls soccer gave the “Parents Night” crowd a great showing after blanking Monticello 2-0 in the Sept. 24 conference match. The Bluejackets scored all the goals they needed in the first half– actually, in the first 16 minutes. Swift midfielder Dante Lemon gathered the ball jus...Read More
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