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Vol. LXV, No. 14
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
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HOME BUSINESS: Princeton University baseball star Mike Ford waits for the pitch last Sunday against Yale. Freshman Ford, a former Hun School star and Montgomery resident, used his bat and arm to help Princeton sweep doubleheaders against visiting Brown and Yale to open Ivy League play. Ford had five hits on the weekend and picked up a complete game win on the mound against Yale. He was later named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week for his performance.

Former Hun Star Ford Makes Immediate Impact As PU Baseball Sweeps Opening Ivy Weekend

Bill Alden

Last spring, Mike Ford was a man among boys for the Hun School baseball team in his final high school campaign.

Star Goalie Fiorito Keeps Focus to the End As PU Men’s Lax Edges Brown in 4OTS

Bill Alden

As the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team headed into overtime last Saturday against visiting Brown, Tiger goalie Tyler Fiorito had some special motivation to come through.

After First-ever State Tournament Appearance; PHS Softball Bringing Confidence Into Spring

Bill Alden

For Princeton High softball head coach Craig Haywood, losing to Wall 12-0 last spring in the state tournament didn’t mark the end of a season but the beginning of something special.

PDS Baseball Showing Early Offensive Punch As It Begins Defense of Prep B Championship

Bill Alden

For Princeton Day School baseball head coach Ray O’Brien, his team’s recent preseason trip to Florida wasn’t the normal low-key tune-up exercise.

Sparked by Gratch’s Offensive Production, Hun Boys’ Lax Tops ANC 15-7 in Opener

Bill Alden

Steffen Gratch has paid his dues when it comes to improving his lacrosse game.

Hun Baseball Needs Pitching to Mature Quickly In Order to Have Another Championship Seasonr

Bill Alden

For the Hun School baseball team, its success this spring could depend on executing one of the basic fundamentals of the game.


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