TOP CAT: Princeton High girls’ basketball player Catherine Dyevich puts up a shot in recent action. Last week, junior star Dyevich scored 20 points in consecutive games as PHS defeated Hightstown 60-28 on January 23 and then beat Princeton Day School 57-32 last Friday. On Saturday, Dyevich contributed 12 points and 15 rebounds as the Little Tigers fell 55-48 to Stuart Country Day in a result under protest due to PHS head coach David Kosa’s contention that the Tartans used a player in more than the limit of five quarters between the junior varsity and varsity games. The Little Tigers are slated to play at Notre Dame on February 1 and at WW/P-South on February 5. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)
By Bill Alden
Having lost 26-24 to Hightstown in late December, the Princeton High girls’ basketball team was eager for the rematch when the foes met last week.
“We were very fired up, we really wanted revenge,” said PHS junior star Catherine Dyevich. more