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The Cambridge American Legion baseball team enjoyed a strong run in last week’s Sub-State Tournament hosted in Princeton. Jake Johnson (pictured taking a cut) and the Cambridge boys took wins from Big Lake and North Branch before St. Francis won July 24.     The Post #290 squad then held for a ...Read More
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The Cambridge American Legion baseball team closed out its summer of action with a 14-5 overall record after going 1-2 in last week’s NorthEnd League playoffs. Princeton and Milaca advanced to represent the league in this weekend’s District 10 tournament in Bloomington. The Post #290 squad opene...Read More
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On July 9, the Cambridge American Legion baseball squad held down St. Francis for a 2-0 victory. Jake Johnson earned a complete-game win on the mound for Post #290, allowing just 3 hits while notching 10 strikeouts. Cambridge broke a 0-0 tie in the top of the fifth when Mitch Renstrom and Cody Auren...Read More
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Tourney notes from Legion Coach Wade Reichmann: Cambridge 11, Cloquet: 0  Cambridge  021 26x    x  11 Cloquet     000    00x   x  0 Jake Johnson got the win on 4 innings pitched giving up two hits while striking out 7. Austin Karpen threw one scoreless inning in relief Offensively: Mille...Read More
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The Cambridge American Legion baseball team is rolling through a good summer on the diamonds, currently holding down 1st place in the District 10 NorthEnd League. The Post #290 squad raised its league record to 6-0 with a pair of home victories over Milaca. On June 21 the Legion stayed resilient in ...Read More
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The Cambridge American Legion baseball squad upped its record to 4-0 this summer with three more victories last week. Updates from Coach Wade Reichmann: June 11 Double-header @ Princeton Game 1: Win 9-8 Down 3-0 after 1 inning, post 290 rallied back to score 4 in the top of the 4th. Cambridge was up...Read More
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