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Lifted by Wheatley’s Production in the Paint, PU Women’s Routs Georgetown, Moves to 8-0

Alex Wheatley and her teammates on the Princeton University women’s basketball squad brought a little extra fire into their game against visiting Georgetown last Saturday. “I think it was losing to…

Local Product Davis Notches 1st Career Goal But PU Men’s Hockey Falls to No. 9 Harvard

For Tommy Davis, his freshman season on the Princeton University men’s hockey team last winter turned into a lost year. Hampered by a concussion, the highly-touted defenseman only played in…

PHS Boys’ Swimming Featuring Different Look With New Coach Misiewicz, Revamped Lineup

After producing a dominant campaign in 2013-14 as it won county and sectional titles and fell just a few points short of a state title and an undefeated season, the…

Displaying Impressive Front Line Talent, PHS Girls’ Swimming Rolls in Opener

As Carly Misiewicz takes the helm of the Princeton High girls’ swimming team, she knows there are plenty of resources at her disposal. Starting with a quartet of junior stars…

With Group of Seniors Showing Urgency, PHS Girls’ Hockey Primed for Big Winter

There is a heightened sense of urgency surrounding the Princeton High girls’ hockey team as it heads into the 2014-15 season. “These girls are putting pressure on themselves; we have…

With Only 3 Returning Players on Roster, PDS Boys’ Hoops Will Be Work in Progress

With just three players returning from last year’s squad, the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team will have a new look this winter by necessity. “It is a fresh start,…

Buoyed by Infusion of Talented Newcomers, PDS Girls’ Hoops Looking to Pull Surprises

Although the Princeton Day School girls’ basketball team started the season by absorbing two lopsided losses last weekend at the Hill School (Pa.) tournament, Kamau Bailey saw progress. “In the…

PDS Boys’ Hockey Steps Up in Tie With Bishop Eustace As Senior Star Garrymore Shows Savvy on Blue Line

As the most experienced defenseman on the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team, Will Garrymore knows that his knowledge will come in handy this winter. “I have been learning a…

Hun Girls’ Hoops Showing Early Progress As Mullen Provides Leadership by Example

Janelle Mullen felt out of sorts as the Hun School girls’ basketball team hosted Friends Central (Pa.) last Friday. “I wasn’t ready in the first half, my body just felt really…

Rankin’s Return to Action Helps Spark Offense As PU Men’s Hockey Splits with Michigan State

After being sidelined over the previous two weekends, Kyle Rankin returned  to the ice with a bang for the Princeton University men’s hockey team as it hosted Michigan State last…