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Hun School Boys’ Soccer Hits Rough Patch, Aiming for Better Work Rate, Ball Possession

Hosting cross-town rival Princeton Day School last week, the Hun School boys’ soccer team got off to a sluggish start. Failing to maintain consistent possession of the ball, Hun found…

Nelson’s Kickoff Return TD Starts the Fireworks As Princeton Football Blasts Davidson 56-17

Dre Nelson was determined to give the Princeton University football team a spark as it hosted Davidson last Saturday, looking to bounce back from an opening day loss to the…

Showing Strength of Character, Young Talent, PU Women’s Soccer Edges Yale in Ivy Opener

As the Princeton University women’s soccer team headed into its Ivy League opener last Saturday at Yale, things weren’t going well. The Tigers were coming off a Virginia swing which…

Beamer Has Breakout Game With 4 TD Passes As PHS Football Tops Hightstown, Goes to 3-0

Although the Princeton High football team had won its first two games this fall, junior quarterback Dave Beamer hadn’t gotten into a groove yet with his passing game. “I was…

Aiming to Reach Higher Level of Competitiveness, PHS Girls’ Cross Country Focused on Being Proactive

For the Princeton High girls’ cross country team, the goal this fall is to reach a higher level of competitiveness. “We are trying to extend ourselves, we have shown that…

Sparked by Schomburg’s Emergence as Scoring Threat, PDS Field Hockey Shows Progress in Win over Hun

Last fall, Rowan Schomburg deferred to the senior stars on the Princeton Day School field hockey team as they carried the offensive load for the Panthers. But after being a…

With Bunce Tallying Game-Winning Goal, PDS Girls’ Soccer Edges Germantown 3-2

Hannah Bunce wasn’t fazed as the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team fell behind twice in the first half against visiting Germantown Academy (Pa.) last Friday. “We definitely knew that…

Paced by Core of High Quality Runners, PDS Cross Country Produces Solid Start

While the Princeton Day School cross country program doesn’t boast strength in numbers, it does feature some high quality runners. As the PDS boys’ squad defeated visiting Pennington 24-35 last…

Hun Field Hockey Off to Up-and-Down Start, Aiming to Be More Aggressive, Play Sharper

Coming into last week, the Hun School field hockey team appeared to be on the right track. The Raiders had won two of their last three games, including an impressive…

Princeton Football Drops Opener at San Diego, Needs Sharper Execution as It Hosts Davidson

With the Princeton University football team having lost the season opener in each of his four years at the helm of the program, Bob Surace sensed that things would be…