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Bringing Aggressive Approach From Lax to the Court, Jacobs Emerging as Standout for PHS Girls’ Hoops

For Liz Jacobs, taking an all-business approach to lacrosse has yielded big dividends. The Princeton High junior recently committed to Dartmouth and will be joining the Big Green women’s lax…

Although PHS Girls’ Hockey Is Taking Its Lumps, Little Tigers Maintain Positive Attitude, Work Ethic

Coming into the winter, Christian Herzog knew that his Princeton High girls’ hockey team was going to take some lumps as it embarked on a youth movement. With a lineup…

Sparked by Auslander’s Development Into a Star, PDS Boys’ Hockey Determined to Make History

As the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team topped Morristown High 3-0 last week, senior defenseman Taran Auslander displayed how much he has evolved as as a player over his…

With Scrappy Dudeck Doing the Dirty Work, PDS Boys’ Hoops Motivated for Homestretch

With the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team leading visiting Morrisville High (Pa.) 31-14 heading into the second half last Wednesday, there wasn’t much of a buzz permeating the gym.…

Hun Girls’ Hoops Emphasizing Unselfish Play, Developing the Mentality for Big Postseason Run

For the Hun School girls basketball, its game at the Freire Charter School in Philadelphia last Saturday presented challenges on several levels. “The whole situation was a little different,” said…

Stuart Hoops Makes Progress With 2nd Win; Looks to Keep Displaying Competitive Spirit

After losing its first three games in 2013, the Stuart Country Day School basketball broke through with a 32-24 victory over Bound Brook on January 18. For first year head…

Accomplishing Dream of Playing D-I Hockey, PDS Alum Ofner Making Strides for Sacred Heart

Megan Ofner was constantly on the go during her years with the PDS girls’ hockey team. Ofner emerged as a pivotal player from the moment she hit the ice for…

After Helping PHS Boys’ Swimming to State Crown, Sprint Star Kuhlik Getting Up to Speed for Emory

Matt Kuhlik didn’t see himself heading south as he considered which college swimming program to join. “I was looking at small schools in the north like Amherst, Williams, and Dartmouth,”…

Applying Valuable Lessons From Choate Experience, Princeton Native Herr Starring for Trinity Ice Hockey

Cheeky Herr had some growing up to do when she arrived at Choate Rosemary Hall (Conn.) in the fall of 2008. “It was definitely hard to be at boarding school,”…

With Yu Overcoming Pain to Win 2 Races, PHS Boys’ Swimming Defeats Notre Dame

It was a clash of titans when the undefeated Princeton High boys’ swim team hosted once-beaten Notre Dame last week with both squads having been ranked in the top 20…