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Vol. LXI, No. 29
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT: Princeton Day School junior golf star John Inman displays his smooth follow through. Next week, Inman will head to the Boone Valley Golf Club in Augusta, Mo. to test his skills against 150 of the best young players in the country as he plays in the U.S. Junior Amateur.

PDS Golf Star Inman Aims to Be a Tiger as He Competes in U.S. Junior Amateur

Lance Willams

Tiger Woods' love affair with golf began before he even had the ability to walk or talk, watching his father hit golf balls and mimicking his swing while still in a crib.

Princeton Day School junior golf star John Inman's involvement with the game started in much the same way, first picking up a club as an anxious 4-year-old, imitating his dad by swatting away at balls in his backyard.

PDS Alumna Briody Ends Amherst Lax Career With All-American Honors, Valuable Lessons

Bill Alden

Alyssa Briody brought high hopes into her final season with the Amherst College women's lacrosse team this past spring.

The Lord Jeffs were ranked No. 1 nationally in the Division III preseason poll, coming off a 12-4 season in 2006 that saw former Princeton Day School star Briody score 76 points and earn All-American recognition.

PSA's Union 90 U-16 Club Shows Skill, Heart as it Advances to Semis in Regional Debut

Bill Alden

As the Princeton Soccer Association's Union 90 Under-16 boys' team started play in the Region 1 tournament in Portland, Maine earlier this month, the club had plenty of reasons to be a bit intimidated.

The squad had never been to the competition, having won the New Jersey Cup in May for the first time in the club's history.

Baxter's Production a Major Bright Spot as Post 218 Struggles Down the Stretch

Lance Williams

This summer has been quite a change of pace for Princeton Post 218 second baseman Andrew Baxter.

In late May, Baxter and his Hun School teammates were celebrating their dramatic 3-run, seventh inning comeback victory over Lawrenceville to secure the Raiders' first Prep A baseball title in six years as well as a school-record 20 wins.

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