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Vol. LXIV, No. 39
 
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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TOMMY GUN: Princeton University quarterback Tommy Wornham unloads a pass in a game last fall. Junior quarterback Wornham had one of the best games of his career last Saturday as he passed for 214 yards and rushed for 49 to rally Princeton to a 36-33 win over Lafayette in double overtime. Wornham was later named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for his performance.

Culbreath TD Run Provides Storybook Ending As Tiger Football Edges Lafayette in OT Epic

Bill Alden

After the tortuous journey Jordan Culbreath has endured over the last year, he wasn’t about to be stopped when the Princeton University football team needed two yards to win an overtime battle against Lafayette last Saturday night.

With Princeton trailing 33-30 in double overtime and facing a third down and one at the Lafayette two-yard-line, the senior running back was thrilled to hear his number called.

With Davis Stepping Up in Sweeper Role, PHS Boys’ Soccer Keeps Rolling Along

Bill Alden

After serving as a back-up last fall when the Princeton High boys’ soccer team won the Group III state title, Ben Davis has been thrust into a leading role this season for the Little Tigers.

With the PHS backline seeing a complete makeover in the wake of the graduation of four senior starters from the squad that went 21-0-4, Davis has stepped up into the vital sweeper position.

Smukler’s Relentless Play Up Front Helps PDS Girls’ Soccer Start 4-0-1

Bill Alden

Janie Smukler and her teammates on the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team knew they were in for a fight when they hosted Hun last week and that is exactly what they got.

“It was really difficult; everyone was being really physical,” said PDS junior striker Smukler, reflecting on last week’s contest between the crosstown rivals. “We knew coming out that we had to win because we hadn’t beaten them in a long time.”

Senior Star Jenkins Taking Center Stage For Vastly Improved PDS Field Hockey

Bill Alden

Sydney Jenkins felt a bit out of place as the Princeton Day School field hockey team got its 2010 campaign underway.

“I started the season off at halfback and then I talked to my coaches and it was a mutual decision to move me to center midfield,” said senior star Jenkins.

Sparked by Charbonneau’s Scoring Prowess, Stuart Field Hockey Cruises Past ANC 6-0

Bill Alden

Whitney Charbonneau acknowledged that the Stuart Country Day field hockey team sorely needed a lift as it hosted Academy of New Church (ANC) last Friday. “We have had kind of a rocky start to the season so far,” said senior forward Charbonneau of the Stuart squad, which entered the game mired in a three-game losing streak. “Our past couple of losses have been a tad disheartening.”

Charbonneau showed heart and skill Friday, scoring two goals and assisting on another as the Tartans scored six unanswered goals in the first 18 minutes of the game with ANC.


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