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PCA Eagles soar to winning season

Published: Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014 10:00 a.m. CST
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The Princeton Christian Academy Eagles basketball teams are preparing for the Prairie Conference Tournament. Team members include (front row, from left) Matthew Harris, Gio Romagnoli, Nick Mecum, Miguel Jones, Benjamin Henrikson, Cozy Wolbrecht, Wessley Baker, Connor McKenney, Graeham Rumley and Drew Grey; and (back row) coach Tony Clausen, Jonathan Henrikson, Daniel Henrikson, Will Finley, Sam Wolbrecht, and head coach Buc Grey.
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The Princeton Christian Academy Eagles basketball teams are cheered on by PCA Cheerleaders: (front row, left) Jerrey Nelson, Gracie Pollok, Anna Grey, Regan Cook, and Paige Twidell; and (back row) J’Kira Wolbrecht, Emily Fisher, and Thressa Nelson.

PRINCETON — The Princeton Christian Academy Eagles Boys Basketball teams are having a winning season.

The “B: team is leading the Prairie Conference this year with an undefeated season. PCA’s “A” team currently sports a 7-3 winning season as well, as both teams prepare for the Prairie Conference Tournament coming up on Jan. 13-17 at Dalzell.

The “C” team, made up primarily of fourth-grade boys, has also seen success in their limited conference play, winning all but one game. They too will have a tournament for only fourth through sixth grade boys on Jan. 23-27 at Deer Park Grade School.

The basketball teams are coached by Buc Grey and Tony Clausen.

Prairie Conference teams include Cherry, Deer Park, Dimmick, Rhema Christian, St. Louis School, Lostant, Dalzell, and PCA. In non-conference play, PCA’s B team also beat Ohio Grade School, Peru Catholic, and Logan Junior High School.

PCA basketball includes eighth-grader Daniel Henrikson, seventh-graders Drew Grey, Sam Wolbrecht, Will Finley, and Jonathan Henrikson; sixth-grader Wessley Baker; fifth-grader Gio Romagnoli; and fourth-graders Matthew Harris, Nick Mecum, Miguel Jones, Cozy Wolbrecht, Connor McKenney, Benjamin Henrikson, and Graeham Rumley.

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