Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXV, No. 25
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
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(Photo Courtesy of PU’s Office of Athletic Communications)

READY TO HELP: Pete Callahan heads to the ball in a game last fall in his senior season on the Princeton University men’s soccer team. Callahan, a Princeton High alum, was a valued member of the Tiger men’s soccer and squash teams over his college career. He also made valuable contributions off the field, throwing himself into a slew of service activities around the Princeton campus. Last month, he was named as one of the four recipients of the Art Lane Award, which is given to honor selfless contribution to sport and society by an undergraduate athlete.

Serving Others Selflessly On and Off the Field, PHS Alum Callahan Receives PU’s Lane Award

Bill Alden

Pete Callahan gained a memorable lesson in what it means to stand out in a crowd during the gap year he took before entering Princeton University in 2007.

PHS Alum Sarafin Displayed Toughness, Leadership In Producing Superb Career for Haverford Baseball

Bill Alden

When Colin Sarafin joined the Haverford College (Pa.) baseball program in 2007, he envisioned himself as an everyday player.

PHS Lacrosse Senior Standouts Irving, Blair Get Nod as Town Topics’ Top Spring Performers

Bill Alden

Michael Irving was unable to fulfill his promise last spring for the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team as his 2010 campaign was curtailed by an ACL injury in mid-April.

Mercuro Swinging a Productive Stick As Post 218 Looks to Build Momentum

Bill Alden

Bringing a 0-7 record into last Wednesday, the Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball team dug an early hole against first-place Hamilton Post 31.

Lifted by Nehlig’s Clutch Hitting, Fielding Gem, Cougars Edge Golden Bears for Softball Crown

Bill Alden

Taylor Nehlig wasn’t overly concerned even though her Cougars found themselves trailing the Golden Bears 2-0 after two innings last Saturday in the championship game of the Hopewell Tournament at Quarry Field.

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