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Vol. LXI, No. 47
 
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
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YOUNG AT HEART: Princeton University women’s hockey goalie Kristen Young saves a shot by Colgate’s Sam Hunt in Princeton’s 3-0 win over the Raiders last Saturday. Young made 27 saves as she recorded her first shutout of the season.

Star Goalie Young Steps Up Once Again as PU Women’s Hockey Blanks Colgate

Bill Alden

Coming into last Friday night’s game against visiting Cornell, goalie Kristen Young had gotten off to a sizzling start this season for the Princeton University women’s ice hockey team.

The junior from Calgary, Alberta had posted a 2.16 goals against average in Princeton’s previous nine games and had already been named the ECAC Hockey League (ECACHL) Goalie of the Week twice.

Junior QB Anderson Sparkles in First Start as PU Football Edges Dartmouth in Finale

Bill Alden

After getting a brief audition earlier this season due to injury, junior quarterback Brian Anderson got the chance to play a leading role for the Princeton University football team in its season finale last Saturday at Dartmouth.

PHS Girls’ Tennis Shook Off Sectional Loss, Ended Season Cementing CVC Dominance

Bill Alden

It was a defeat that could have dampened the spirit of the Princeton High girls’ tennis team.

Losing 3-2 to its nemesis Wall Township in the Central Jersey Group III sectional final in early November to suffer its first loss of the season, PHS could’ve gone through the motions in its remaining regular season matches.

Hun Boys’ Soccer Tied for MAPL Title but Rues Near Misses in MCT, Prep A

Bill Alden

The Hun School boys’ soccer team’s season finale against St. Benedict’s in the state Prep A final was a microcosm of an uneven fall.

Battling the 18-time Prep champion Gray Bees, Hun showed flashes of brilliance and never stopped fighting. Yet in the end, Hun came up just short, losing 2-0.

The loss left the Raiders with a 14-6 final record and ruing what might’ve been in a fall of near misses.

With Addition of Freshman Sensation Lieb, PDS Girls’ Tennis Became an Elite Program

Bill Alden

Over the last few years, the Princeton Day School girls’ tennis team has been building something special.

After posting a 2-11 record in 2005 which saw PDS lose several close matches, the Panthers started winning the tight matches a year later as they improved to 8-7.


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