CIMPC girls hockey

SPORTS ROUND-UP:  Running personal-best times on the State cross country course set up at St. Olaf’s College, Henry Boettcher and Nick Marshall represented the Bluejacket program well on a sunny Nov. 1. Boettcher placed 59th at 16:27.4, and Marshall cruised to a 16:48.0 mark for 87th place among the 176 harriers in the Class AA […]

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Braham clinched its 11th straight Great River boys basketball title with a 79-68 home win over Aitkin Feb. 11, extending the team’s conference win streak to 65 games. John Larson scored 24 points and also led with 6 assists for the Bombers against the Gobblers. Zach Dahlman had 16 points and 4 rebounds, with Chris […]

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Girls hockey kicks into playoff mode with section tournaments beginning around the state this week. Cambridge-Isanti-Mora-Pine City was seeded 8th in Section 7AA, sending the Bluejackets to top-seed Andover Feb. 6 (7 p.m.). The Huskies (13-9-3) finished  in fourth place in the Northwest Suburban Conference. A win would pit CIMPC against either No. 4 Duluth […]

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The Cambridge-Isanti-Mora-Pine City girls hockey team picked up a nice road win over section-partner Cloquet-Esko-Carlton in a 2-0 shutout on Jan. 18. Kylie Guimont broke a 0-0 tie with a goal at the 11:45 mark of the first period off assists from Jordan Ramey and Ally Erickson. After a scoreless second period, Jennifer Phillips added […]

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Cambridge-Isanti-Mora-Pine City girls hockey earned a 2-1 win over visiting Pequot Lakes Jan. 9 when Abby Haug stopped 20 shots for the win in the nets. Goals by Jordan Ramey and Kassidy Westrom had the Bluejackets up 2-0 early in the second period. • The Bluejackets made it two wins in a row after downing […]

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HOLIDAY TOURNEY ROUND-UP:   Wrestling well in Fargo over the weekend, Cambridge-Isanti placed 4th out of 69 teams at the Rumble on the Red tournament. The Bluejackets totaled 145 points to finish behind Apple Valley (343), West Fargo, ND (187.5), and Scott West (160.5) but ahead of Class AA top-ranked Foley (135.5) and Class AAA 5th-ranked […]

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