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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…

After Seeing 4-Year Ivy Title Streak End Last Winter, Tiger Women’s Hoops Determined to Get Back on Top

For the Princeton University women’s basketball team, winning four straight Ivy League titles from the 2009-10 season through 2012-13 may have lulled the program into a false sense of security.…

Grinding Out Critical 22-17 Win Over Penn, PU Football Remains Alive in Ivy Title Race

As the calendar headed into the second week of November, it was Survival Saturday around the world of college football. On the national scene, there were four top-20 clashes that…

Sparked by McGinley’s Versatility, Playmaking, PU Men’s Soccer Edges Penn to Stay Atop Ivies

Myles McGinley relishes being a jack-of-all-trades for the Princeton University men’s soccer team. “It is wherever the team needs me and I have prided myself on being a bit of a…

Pankowski Displays Leadership, Strong Shot As PU Women’s Hockey Rallies to Beat RIT

With the Princeton University women’s hockey team trailing Rochester Institute of Technology 3-0 after the first period last Friday, Ali Pankowski decided to speak up in the Tiger dressing room…

Hun Girls’ Soccer Dethrones Pennington to Win Prep A, Utilizing Chemistry, Toughness to Produce Historic Win

There was electricity in the air as the Hun School girls’ soccer team hosted powerful Pennington in the state Prep A championship game last Wednesday. A throng of around 1,000…

Halliday Follows in Footsteps of Older Brothers, As PHS Boys’ Soccer Chases Another State Title

Zach and Kevin Halliday played prominent roles as the Princeton High boys’ soccer won Group 3 state titles in 2009 and 2012. Oldest brother, Zach, a 2013 PHS alum, was…

With Senior Pawlak Spearheading Defense, PHS Girls’ Soccer Makes Sectional Quarters

As the most experienced defender on the Princeton High girls’ soccer team, Emily Pawlak has assumed a take-charge role on the backline. “A lot of it is communication; I see…

PHS Football Runs Over WW/P-N to Win Division, Primed for Playoff Showdown with Powerful Brick

As the Princeton High football team got ready to play WW/P-N last Friday night with the West Jersey Football League’s Valley Division title up for grabs, Charlie Gallagher put the…

Hun Football Caps Undefeated MAPL Campaign As Senior Superstar Sharp Produces Grand Finale

When Christopher Sharp joined the Hun School football team in 2011, he soaked up some valuable lessons when the Raiders produced a Mid-Atlantic Prep League (MAPL) championship campaign. “In my…