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Vol. LXV, No. 48
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

YOUNG BUCH: Princeton University men’s water polo star Kurt Buchbinder fires the ball in a game earlier this season. Sophomore Buchbinder has scored 17 goals this season to help No. 14 Princeton advance to the NCAA Final Four this weekend at Berkeley, Calif.

PU Men’s Water Polo Returning West; As It Heads to Cal for NCAA Final 4

Bill Alden

Even though the Princeton University men’s water polo team dropped five of six games on its annual California swing earlier this season, Luis Nicolao saw signs that his squad could play with the best in the college game.

With Bowen Providing Reserve Strength, Tiger Women’s Hoops Produces 6-0 Start

Bill Alden

Megan Bowen admits to being a project when she joined the Princeton University women’s basketball team in 2009.

Hun Football Star Dudeck, PDS Tennis’ Asch Get Nod as Town Topics’ Top Fall Performers

Bill Alden

When David Dudeck learned last summer that the Hun School football team was bringing in post-graduate star John Loughery to play quarterback, he had every reason to be upset.

PHS Boys’ Hockey Taking Blue Collar Approach As It Looks to Build on Last Winter’s Success

Bill Alden

Over the last two seasons, the Princeton High boys’ hockey team relied on Fraser Graham and Dean DiTosto to carry much of the load.

Hun Girls’ Hoops Hits the Ground Running As Players Benefit From a Year Together

Bill Alden

When the Hun School girls’ basketball team started practice last season, the players needed to make introductions before they got into drills.

After Regaining State Prep Crown Last Season, PDS Boys’ Hockey Aiming for More Big Scalps

Bill Alden

For Scott Bertoli and the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team, winning the state Prep title last winter was a breakthrough on several levels.


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