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Sophomore Star Weisz Shows Benefit of Experience As PU Men’s Hoops Rallies to Beat Rider in Opener

Spencer Weisz gained some valuable lessons last winter in his freshman campaign with the Princeton University men’s basketball team. Helping Princeton win eight of its last 10 Ivy League games…

PU Football Loses at Yale to Fall Out of Ivy Race, Aims to End on a High as It Hosts Dartmouth in Finale

Playing at the Yale Bowl last Saturday as the 100th anniversary of the venerable stadium was celebrated, the Princeton University football rolled up 29 first downs, 386 yards of total…

Junior Shanahan Comes Through in the Clutch As PU Women’s Hockey Posts Another OT Win

Cristin Shanahan saw no need for finesse when she got the chance to give the Princeton University women’s hockey team an overtime win against visiting Rensselaer last Saturday. With just…

PHS Girls’ Cross Country 2nd at Group Meet, Displaying Competitive Savvy in Making MOC

For the Princeton High girls’ cross country team, its second-place finish at the Group 3 state championship meet last Saturday was a microcosm of the program’s rise up the ranks…

Goldsmith Breaks Through With Critical Goal As PHS Boys’ Soccer Wins Sectional Crown

While Andrew Goldsmith has been a key playmaker for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team as it has won the county crown and advanced to Central Jersey Group 3 sectional…

After Producing Solid Effort at State Group Meet, Future Looks Bright for PHS Boys’ Cross Country

While the Princeton High boys’ cross country team didn’t finish as high at the Group 3 state championship meet last Saturday as it did last fall, Mark Shelley saw progress.…

PHS Football Falls to Brick in State Playoffs But Defeat Can’t Dim Program’s Renaissance

Despite the daunting prospect of facing defending sectional champion and second-seeded Brick Township in the opening round of the Central Jersey Group 4 state playoffs last Friday evening, the seventh-seeded…

Using Speed, Grit to Emerge as Football, Track Star Boccanfuso Entering PHS Athletics Hall of Fame

Starting his Princeton High sports career as a sixth-string, 120-pound receiver for the freshman football team in 1962, Vince Boccanfuso didn’t seem destined for stardom. But using his speed and…

Senior Standout Kirby Comes Up Big In Home Finale As PU Field Hockey Wins Ivy Crown, Makes NCAAs

Sydney Kirby was determined to do something special on her Senior Day for the Princeton University field hockey team as it hosted Penn last Saturday. “Senior Day is always exciting…

Emphasizing Scoring Balance, Defensive Intensity, PU Men’s Hoops Looks to Be Ivy Title Contender

The concept of “next man up” has become a catchphrase in the pro football world as the injury rate that naturally results from the collision sport necessitates that reserves will…

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