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Vol. LXI, No. 46
 
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
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ZACH ATTACK: Princeton University sophomore center Zach Finley heads to the hoop for two of his 22 points in Princeton’s 59-57 win over Central Connecticut State in the season opener for both teams. Finley hit on 10-of-11 shots from the field as he established a new career high.

Sizzling Finley Sparks PU Men’s Hoops as Johnson Era Begins on High Note

Bill Alden

For 20 minutes last Sunday, the Princeton University men’s basketball team seemed to have picked up where it left off in last season when the Tigers plummeted to the Ivy League cellar.

Hosting Central Connecticut State in the season opener and the debut of new head coach Sydney Johnson, Princeton hit on just 5-of-19 shots in the first half and trailed 24-16 at the break.

With the Jadwin Gym crowd of 2,205 starting to get restless as visions of last year’s futility came to mind, an unlikely hero emerged to save the day.

Prichard Has Ambition to Get Into Coaching, Now Bringing Passion to PU Women’s Hoops

Bill Alden

Ali Prichard’s career ambition is to become a basketball coach.

The senior forward and co-captain for the Princeton University women’s basketball team is getting exposed to a different view of the game as a new staff, headed by Courtney Banghart, takes the helm of the Tiger program this season.

PHS Football Falls to Long Branch but Learned From Playoff Experience

Bill Alden

Steve Everette was bursting with pride as he watched his Princeton High football team warm up for its Central Jersey Group III quarterfinal game against Long Branch.

“It was an absolutely electric moment,” said PHS head coach Everette, reflecting on the program’s first playoff appearance since 1993.

Hun Football Dismantles Worcester 46-6 to Put Finishing Touch on Perfect Season

Bill Alden

As Dave Dudeck tried to enjoy some down time this summer, thoughts about the prospects of his Hun School football team clouded his vacation.

“I was sitting on the beach this August and I was concerned,” said Hun head coach Dudeck. “I was thinking that we were real young; I didn’t know how we were going to do. I was worried.”

PDS Football Tops Elkton Christian in Second Chance for Happy Ending

Bill Alden

It’s not often that a team gets a second chance to have a happy ending but that’s what happened for the Princeton Day School football squad this fall.

On November 3, PDS dropped a tough 28-14 decision at Tower Hill in what had been the team’s originally scheduled season finale.

But days before the game, PDS have been invited to play on November 9 in the Crusader Invitational bowl game at Elkton (Md.) Christian Academy.


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