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Sparked by Nishiu’s Pitching, Clutch Hitting, Princeton Takes District 12 Intermediate Crown

Akira Nishiu was fired up as he took the mound for the Princeton Little League (PLL) squad against Bordentown in the final round of the District 12 Intermediate 50/70 tournament…

PYS Taking Lumps in Summer Men’s Basketball, But Developing Toughness That Will Pay Dividends

The Princeton Youth Sports (PYS) team took its lumps last Monday as it fell 68-49 to Northeast Realty in the Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League but that’s OK with…

Living Up to His Famous Golfing Surname, Princeton’s Hogan Shows Love for the Game

The legendary golfer Ben Hogan was so devoted to the game that he sometimes practiced until his hands bled. Overcoming a car accident in 1949 that nearly killed him mid-career,…

Fogarty Excited to Take Helm of PU Men’s Hockey, Vows to Instill Trust, Enthusiasm, in Rebuilding Tigers

Ron Fogarty has proven that he can build a college hockey program from scratch. Starting the men’s hockey team at Adrian College in Michigan seven years ago, Fogarty experienced instant…

Growing Into a Brilliant Two-Way Performer, PHS’s Helstrom Ending Career in Sunshine Game

As a wiry 130-pounder toiling for the Princeton High freshman football team in the fall of 2010, Liam Helstrom didn’t appear to be on the path to becoming one of…

Mercer Women’s 8 Takes 5th at Nationals As PHS’s White Flourishes in Stroke Seat

Rena White was proud to see her hard work pay off last season as she competed for the Mercer Rowing Club. “I was just more serious, focused, and fitter,” said…

With Centerfielder Deutsch Serving as Catalyst, Post 218 Baseball Aiming to Get on Winning Track

With two men on base in the third inning last Saturday against Hamilton Post 31, Alex Deutsch came through for the Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball team. Centerfielder Deutsch…

Displaying Mix of Potent Offense, Superb Pitching, Princeton Rolls Into District 12 Intermediate Final

Coming into the District 12 Little League Intermediate (50/70) tournament last week at Farmview Fields, the Princeton squad had to scramble. “The team was put together 10 days ago,” said…

Having Made Hartford Men’s Hoops Team as a Senior, PDS Alum Oresky Showing Game in Summer League

During his career with the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team, Adam Oresky was a member of the supporting cast. Although Oresky, a 2010 PDS grad, didn’t crack the starting…

After 20 Years of Advancing Education Through Sports, Princeton AD Walters Enjoying Final Weeks in Office

Despite the seemingly idyllic scene as he lounged in his backyard a few weeks ago on Memorial Day, casually dressed in a t-shirt and shorts with birds chirping overhead and…