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PHS Football Loses in Home Opener; But Remains Upbeat Despite 0-6 Start

Excited to finally be playing their first game on the school’s new turf field, the players on the Princeton High football team made a grand entrance last Saturday. The PHS…

Benefiting From Infusion of Precocious Talent, PDS Cross Country Going in Right Direction

For the Princeton Day School cross country team, the arrival of freshman Morgan Mills from overseas has symbolized the program’s new direction. With Mills asserting herself as the top runner…

Showing Resilience in Loss to Lawrence, PDS Boys’ Soccer Ready for Postseason

It has been mix-and-match for the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team this fall as it has dealt with a series of injuries. Last Friday as PDS hosted Lawrence High…

Producing Big Effort on Both Sides of the Ball, Hun Football Tops Hill 41-0 to Earn First Win

It may be early October but the Hun School football team didn’t hesitate in celebrating its 41-0 win over the Hill School (Pa.) last Saturday by dousing head coach John…

Celebrating a Golden Age of Hun School Football, Legendary Coach Long Honored at Homecoming

As Bill Long enjoys his first fall in retirement after a distinguished 27-year career as a teacher, coach, and dean at the Hun School, he and his wife, Nancy, are…

Responding With Aplomb in Gut Check Moments, Tiger Football Rallies to 42-26 Win Over Lafayette

As the Princeton University football players arrived for work last Saturday before their game against visiting Lafayette, they were greeted by a message from Malcolm Gladwell’s newest book, David and…

PU Men’s Soccer Ties Brown 0-0, Remaining Undefeated in Ivy Play

For Jim Barlow, seeing his Princeton University men’s soccer team achieve a 0-0 draw at Brown last Saturday provoked decidedly mixed feelings. “We played really well against Brown; it was…

Lifted By Lewis’ Development Into a Singles Star, PHS Girls’ Tennis Wins 3rd Straight Sectional Title

While Rory Lewis is affectionately known as “the machine” by her teammates on the Princeton High girls’ tennis team due to her unyielding work ethic, she views the time spent…

Sparked by Pawlak’s Improved Finishing Touch, PHS Girls’ Soccer Using Firepower to Outdo Foes

  Shannon Pawlak and her teammates on the Princeton High girls’ soccer were frustrated as they found themselves locked in a 1-1 halftime tie at WW/P-S last week. “For some…

With McDonald Notching Game-Winning Goal, PHS Field Hockey Edges PDS as It Girds for MCT

When the Princeton High field hockey team fell behind 1-0 at Princeton Day School midway through the second half last Wednesday, Campbell McDonald and her teammates weren’t about to back…