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Vol. LXV, No. 44
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

OPEN MIKE: Princeton University men’s hockey star Michael Sdao heads up the ice in a game last winter. Junior defenseman and assistant captain Sdao got this season off to a good start last weekend, scoring goals in consecutive games as the Tigers tied No. 9 Yale 2-2 last Friday before falling 3-2 to Brown a day later at the season-opening Ivy Shootout in Hanover, N.H. The Tigers head back to New England this weekend to play at Harvard on November 4 and at Dartmouth on November 5.

Tiger Men’s Hockey Gets Off to Promising Start Ties No. 9 Yale; Keeps Battling in Loss to Brown

Bill Alden

It was Bob Prier’s first game as head coach of the Princeton University men’s hockey team and he faced a daunting task as the Tigers took on No. 9 Yale, the defending ECAC Hockey champion.

Edging HoVal 1-0 to Remain Undefeated, PHS Boys’ Soccer Makes MCT Title Game

Bill Alden

After surviving a major scare from Notre Dame in the Mercer County Tournament semifinals, the Princeton High boys’ soccer team brought a heightened sense of urgency into its semifinal clash against Hopewell Valley last Wednesday.

Sparked by Cody’s Solo Flight at Head of Pack PHS Girls’ Cross Country 3rd at County Meet

Bill Alden

Jenna Cody knew she was going to have to fly solo for the Princeton High girls’ cross country team as she competed in the Mercer County Championships last Friday.

Rossis Going Into PHS Hall of Fame Together; First Father-Daughter Combo to Be Inducted

Bill Alden

Luciano Rossi and his daughter, Nina, took radically different paths in their Princeton High athletic careers.

With Seniors Hungry to Keep Playing, PDS Boys’ Soccer Makes Prep B Semis

Bill Alden

For the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team, the defense of its Mercer County Tournament crown didn’t go well.


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