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Although Hampered by Lack of Depth, PDS Girls’ Hockey Showing Progress

The Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team found itself shorthanded as it hosted the Hill School (Pa.) last Wednesday but it had nothing to do with players being sent to…

With Robb Maturing Into Inside Force, Hun Boys’ Hoops Gets on Winning Track

After enjoying a fine career for the North Catholic High boys’ hoops team in Pittsburgh, Dominic Robb came to the Hun School this year as a post-graduate to mature as…

Building on Last Year’s Milestone Campaign, Tiger Wrestling Aiming to be National Power

Last season, the Princeton University wrestling team produced a remarkable reversal of fortune, posting an 11-4 record after going 2-13 a year before. The team’s turnaround helped the Tigers rise…

Looking to Build on Victory Over Union, PU Women’s Hockey Facing Critical Week

Coming off the holiday break by playing at Rensselaer last Friday, it quickly became clear that the Princeton University women’s hockey team wasn’t up to speed. “It was tough because…

PU Men’s Hoops Looks Rusty in Loss to Wake, Vows to Be Sharper for Ivy Opener Against Penn

Playing at Wake Forest on New Year’s Eve, the Princeton University men’s basketball team was looking to end 2014 on a high note. The Tigers jumped out to a 14-11…

With Silva Assuming More of Scoring Load, PHS Boys’ Basketball Defeats Morristown

Coming into his senior season with the Princeton High boys’ basketball team, point guard J.C. Silva was focused on setting others up. “At first I was trying to help my…

Featuring Veteran Stars, Positive Attitude, PHS Wrestling Produces Encouraging Start

Although the Princeton High wrestling team absorbed two tough losses as it started the year by hosting a quad meet last Saturday, Rashone Johnson saw a lot of good things.…

Senior Star McCormick Displays Heart, Skill As PHS Boys’ Hockey Rallies to Upend Wall

Connor McCormick and his teammates on the Princeton High boys’ hockey team realized they had reached a crossroads last Saturday as they trailed Wall 2-0 after two periods. Having lost…

Hun Boys’ Hockey Wins Purple Puck Tourney, Edging Host Gonzaga in Thrilling Title Game

Ian McNally had one major objective for his Hun School boys’ hockey as it competed at the Purple Puck Tournament in the Washington, D.C. area last week. “The idea of…

2014 YEAR-END SPORTS REVIEW

Winds of Change Hit Local Sporting Scene in 2014, As New Faces, Surprising Teams Garnered Headlines Winds of change swept across the local sporting landscape in 2014. As for Princeton University,…