CIMPC girls hockey
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 afte...Read More
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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-ra...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:  The Rush City-Braham wrestlers defeated 2013 Great River Finals champion Pine City-Hinckley 69-12 in a home conference dual meet Dec. 10. Delivering pins for the Tigers were Jacob Johnson at 106, Dylan Martin at 113, Dylan Mielke at 126, Tyler Sitz at 132, Francis Loerzel at 145, ...Read More
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MILITARY APPRECIATION NIGHT COMING DEC. 17:   In their continuing close rivalry, Princeton-Big Lake-Becker slipped past Cambridge-Isanti-Mora-Pine City girls hockey 3-2 in overtime in Dec. 6 Mississippi 8 action. The Tigers’ Bridget Walter netted her second goal of the game 7:44 into OT for the ...Read More
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High School sports scores from Dec. 5-7 weekend: 12/5: Braham Girls Basketball 70, Mora 25.  12/7: Braham Girls 60, Zimmerman 52 12/6: Braham Boys Basketball 91, Rush City 52– Coach Bob Vaughan honored with Hall of Fame banner @ BHS gym 12/7: Rush City-Braham Wrestling 5th at Rush City Invite 12/...Read More
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A ceremony to mark Braham head boys basketball coach Bob Vaughan’s induction into the Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame will be held before the National Anthem (approximately 7:30 p.m.) at the Friday, Dec. 6 home game with Rush City. Vaughan, now with 584 career victories, ...Read More
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SPORTS ROUND-UP:   Cambridge-Isanti boys basketball took control with a solid second half to open the 2014 season with a 69-55 win over host St. Louis Park on Saturday. Returning point guard Kyle McDonald scored 14 of his game-high 25 points in the first half to help keep the Bluejackets ahead 31-...Read More
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