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Learning Lessons From Defeat to Pennington, PDS Boys’ Hoops Advances to Prep B Semis

The gym was packed as the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team hosted archrival Pennington last week. But the crowd grew restless as PDS fell behind 9-0. The Panthers did…

With Senior Cole Boosting Morale, Offense, PDS Girls’ Hockey Primed for Playoff Run

While Zeeza Cole enjoyed contributing two goals for the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team as it topped Princeton High 10-0 last Wednesday, she was happier for her teammates who…

With Butler Igniting Late Rally in Win Over Yale, PU Women’s Hockey Gets Back on Right Track

  With the Princeton University women’s hockey team having lost six of seven games heading into exam break last month, the players needed to recharge their batteries. “I definitely think…

Connolly Provides Spark Off the Bench As Tiger Men’s Hoops Edges Columbia

On Friday night, Brendan Connolly hardly left the bench as the Princeton University men’s basketball team topped visiting Cornell 76-59. The 6’11, 255-pound senior center played one minute and had…

PHS Boys’ Swimming Displays Depth, Spirit In Winning 3rd Straight County Championship

In cruising to the Mercer County Swimming Championships title last winter, the Princeton High boys’ team rode on the shoulders of a stellar group of seniors. The senior stars helped…

Featuring Mix of Veterans, Talented Newcomers, PHS Girls’ Swimming Wins First County Crown

Despite having advanced competitors to all 11 ‘A’ finals last Saturday at the Mercer County Swimming Championships, the Princeton High girls’ squad realized that didn’t guarantee the program’s first county…

PHS Boys’ Hockey Drops Nailbiter to WW/P-S, But Encouraged by Stellar 5-1 Record in January

It was a victory that exemplified a special January for the Princeton High boys’ hockey team. Trailing a bruising Cranford squad 3-2 heading into the third period at Warinanco Park,…

With Junior Goalie Cheifetz Looking Sharp, Hun Boys’ Hockey Advances to Prep Semis

In early December, junior goalie Devin Cheifetz came up big as the Hun School boys’ hockey team topped nemesis Pingry 4-1, a win that got the Raiders on a hot…

PU-Bound Guard Moore Providing Versatility As Hun Boys’ Basketball Girds for Postseason

Hashim Moore was ready for battle as the Hun School boys’ basketball team hosted Life Center Academy last week. The post-graduate guard was wearing a long-sleeve padded shirt under his…

Sparked by Career Night From Senior Levitan, PDS Hoops Beats Bound Brook to End Slump

After playing two years on the Princeton Day School junior varsity girls’ basketball team, Daniella Levitan considered giving up the sport last winter. “I wasn’t sure if I was going…