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  SPORTS ROUND-UP W/GYMNASTICS & SWIMMING:   Cambridge-Isanti wrestlers went 3-3 to finish in seventh place during a full weekend of action in the Rick Lee Duals hosted by Bemidji. Kenyon-Wanimingo finished atop the 16 teams competing, holding off Farmington 37-31 in their last match. The ...Read More
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After a break through the holidays, Cambridge-Isanti wrestling returned to the mats for a Jan. 2 home dual meet won by Bemidji 43-27. Tate Torgerson at 113, David Kent at 170 and Drake Frikken at 195 all notched falls for the Bluejackets. Adding decisions were Jared Doty at 132, Monty Fredricksen at...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti raised its Mississippi 8 gymnastics dual record to 2-1 on the season by defeating visiting St. Francis 135.4-123.7 Dec. 18. Senior Kaeli Kortan returned from her knee injury to stick a 9.35 on the Vault and followed with a 9.075 Bars routine. Madi Douglas added a 9.05 on Vault, and ...Read More
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Closing out a day of wrestling Dec. 13 at the Park of Cottage Grove Invite, the Bluejackets just handled Tartan 60-15 in the fifth-place match. A large banner was unfurled to commemorate the 500th win as head coach for Cambridge-Isanti’s Neil Jennissen. “You know, I get credit for the wins. And ...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti seniors Travis Swanson and Cody Skog will continue their wrestling careers after signing on with collegiate teams for next school year. “The effort both of you put into the off-season was tremendous, and it paid off. Cody capped off his career with a MSHSL State title at 160 lbs. ...Read More
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The St. Cloud State University wrestling team presented its “Alumni Achievement Award” to Cambridge-Isanti head wrestling coach Neil Jennissen at its annual team awards banquet on April 4 in St. Cloud. A 1981 graduate of Staples High School, Jennissen wrestled for two seasons at Minnesota-Morris...Read More
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Isanti-native Tony Nelson wrapped up his collegiate wrestling career by placing second in the 285 lb. division at last weekend’s NCAA Division I championships held in Oklahoma City, Okl. In Saturday night’s finals, Nelson suffered a sprained ankle in the third period, and North Carolina State’...Read More
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Cambridge-Isanti grad Clayton Jennissen is one of six wrestlers from St. Cloud State University to qualify for the 2014 NCAA Division II wrestling championships in Cleveland, Ohio this weekend. Jennissen, a redshirt freshman, earned his ticket to Ohio thanks to a 5th-place finish in the 174 lb. brac...Read More
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