cambridge-isanti girls swim/dive
THURSDAY NIGHT SPORTS: In an evenly-played first half of the Section 7AA boys soccer quarterfinals, No. 3 seed Duluth East led 2-0 over Cambridge-Isanti.  C-I’s Josh Rouse ripped a penalty kick home 4:20 into the second half to cut the deficit in half. But the quick and physical Greyhounds re...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP: Cambridge-Isanti girls tennis finished the Mississippi  8 schedule at 5-5 after defeating visiting Rogers 4-3 Sept. 27, taking all three doubles matches. The Bluejackets ended up in 4th place in the M-8, with Buffalo and St. Michael-Albertville closing as co-champions. “This was...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP: Cambridge Christian volleyball earned an exciting Christian Athletic League road win Sept. 21 by rallying from two games down to defeat rival Rochester Area Home Schools in five games: 20-25, 19-25, 25-23, 25-23, 15-5. Coach Rachel Newton: “We were missing senior setter Shelby Dob...Read More
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Heading north for their annual trip to the Hibbing Invitational, the Cambridge-Isanti girls swim & dive team finished in 4th place last Saturday. “Another fun trip up to Hibbing – lots of great performances for our girls,” noted C-I Coach Jen Olson. Katie Beauto scored the Bluejackets’ l...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti girls swim & dive squad finished the 2011 season in 6th place at the Nov. 10-12 Section 7AA meet. Forest Lake won the section championship, highlighted by their strong divers sweeping all four top spots and subsequent State berths. The Bluejackets had no entrants advance to ...Read More
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The other final fall high school sports team still in action is the Cambridge-Isanti girls swimming & diving squad which will end a long layoff by competing at this week’s Section 7AA meet. The Bluejackets will be working to rise from its 7th-place finish at last year’s sections while gunnin...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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