Posted On: 10/20/20 10:59 AM

The Princeton Tigers have consistently been the team to beat in the Mississippi 8 as of late, will that continue this winter?

Conference Commentary

Top Ten Potential - Princeton

The Tigers will enter the year a top 15 team in Class AAA working for their third straight section title, another share or outright league title, and if they play enough games, a 20 win season.  The Tigers have a pair of all league players they need to replace and four of their top six producers overall.  That said there’s a pair of all league starters back in Haydn StayHaydnStay6'4" | PFPrinceton | 2022StateMN and Manny FlicekMannyFlicek5'9" | PGPrinceton | 2021StateMN plus several of the second team talents ready to step into a bigger role. 

Compete with Most - Cambridge-Isanti, Monticello, Chisago Lakes, St. Francis, Big Lake

Because the Bluejackets of CI graduated most of their rotation it could be tabbed as a rebuild.  However, Cambridge-Isanti has a good frontcourt player in Connor BraatenConnorBraaten6'5" | PFCambridge-Isanti | 2021StateMN that will handle a near double-double loud plus several talents up from the JV ready for their turn. They are a traditionally good program that you would expect to have some more good players on their way up.  Just

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