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Both Cambridge-Isanti soccer squads drew Duluth East for the opening round of the Section 7AA tournaments which begin Thursday, Oct. 13 in Duluth. The Bluejacket boys were seeded No. 6 for the 7AA playoffs, squaring off against the No. 3 seed Greyhounds at 4 p.m. on the Duluth East Middle School fie...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti girls tennis team (8-11 overall) was seeded 6th in the 7AA South Team Tourney which opens Monday, Oct. 10. The Bluejackets travel to No. 3 seed Chisago Lakes for a 4 p.m. match. The winner stays alive to play Tuesday, Oct. 11 at either No. 2 Forest Lake or No. 7 Princeton. Elk [...Read More
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FALL SPORTS ROUND-UP: Long-time coach Scott Sholund came back to town for the Oct. 1 invitational which now bears his name. He saw the Bluejackets place 3rd with several great performances. The C-I divers upgraded their personal 11-dive scores when Emily Stewart took 3rd (334.1), Hannah Thiry 4th (...Read More
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THURSDAY NIGHT SPORTS: Braham Volleyball put together a strong night of serving and defense to defeat visiting Isle 25-12, 25-17, 25-17 in a Great River match Sept. 29, part of the Homecoming action at Braham this week. Kelsey Sorenson-Giffrow served in eight straight points to propel the Bombers in...Read More
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FALL SPORTS ROUND-UP: The Cambridge-Isanti girls soccer squad earned two victories and added a tie over the past week of action. On Sept. 22, the Bluejackets defeated visiting Big Lake 3-1 on “Parents Night.” Six minutes into the match, Brittany Skog scored off a Carly Armstrong assist. The Horn...Read More
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