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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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Cambridge-Isanti senior Parker Brown will take his body control and courage for flying off a diving board to South Dakota State University next season after he agreed to a scholarship with the Jackrabbits. The three-time State entrant broke and reset the Bluejackets diving records which are 278 poin...Read More
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Braham grad Austyn Eng was named a Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week for April 7-13 for Bemidji State women’s track & field. Eng’s performance at the St. Benedict/St. John’s University Invitational helped lead the Bemidji State track and field team to a 3rd-place finish. Eng was one of two ...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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Cambridge-Isanti senior Max Knowlton has agreed to attend Concordia College-Moorhead and play football for the Cobbers next autumn. He will initially be looked at for the outside linebacker or strong safety positions. Knowlton was a versatile player for the Bluejackets the past three seasons. He ran...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 grads and sisters Allison Young and Erica Young are teammates on the Concordia University (St. Paul) women’s track & field squad. Allison, a senior, set a personal record in the high jump to place 15th at the NSIC Indoor Championships this month. Erica, a sophomore, ran legs o...Read More
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