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PHS Football Maintained Upbeat Approach; Despite Struggling Through 0-10 Campaign

Having lost all nine regular season games and getting outscored 373-79 in the process, the Princeton High football team could have been discouraged as it prepared for an NJSIAA consolation…

Hun Football Ends Tough Fall on High Note Gaining Focus That Should Yield Dividends

When the Hun School football team built a 21-0 lead in the second half of its season finale at Mercersburg Academy (Pa.) earlier this month, the Raiders appeared to be…

With Young Players Showing Progress, Hun Girls’ Tennis Sees Bright Future

With a roster that didn’t include one senior, the Hun School girls’ tennis team faced an uphill battle this fall. But with its young players fighting hard and showing growth,…

Tiger Football Routs Yale on Senior Day, Earning Ivy Crown, 2nd Straight Bonfire

Prior to the kickoff against visiting Yale last Saturday in their final home game, the 20 seniors on the Princeton University football team were introduced one by one to the…

Sparked by Dynamic Play From Freshman Smith, PU Women’s Hoops Tops Marist in Home Opener

Vanessa Smith experienced some jitters as she made her debut for the Princeton University women’s basketball team when it played at Rutgers in its season opener earlier this month. The…

With Captain Laing Providing Energy, Production, PU Women’s Hockey Unbeaten in Last 5 Games

For Denna Laing, serving as the captain of the Princeton University women’s ice hockey team for a second year is proving to be a pleasure. “It definitely makes a difference…

Senior Star Ammon Comes Through in Clutch, Helping PU Men’s Hockey Rally Past Dartmouth

Having lost six straight games and trailing Dartmouth 3-0 in the first period last Friday, it would have been easy for the Princeton University men’s hockey to get discouraged. But…

Showing Versatility in Roller-Coaster Fall, PDS Field Hockey Enjoyed Strong Finish

As the Princeton Day School field hockey team faced Morristown-Beard in the state Prep B semifinals, its resolve was severely tested. “Mo-Beard played a different style; they were very aggressive…

Defeat to Mercersburg in 2013 Season Finale Mirrored Frustrating Fall for Hun Field Hockey

For the Hun School field hockey team, its season finale against Mercersburg Academy (Pa.) turned into a microcosm of an uneven campaign. Hun fell behind 2-1 at halftime only to…

Stuart Field Hockey Showed Marked Improvement, Doubling Win Total From ’12, Advancing in Prep B

When the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team edged Pennington 1-0 in overtime in the opening round of the state Prep B tournament, it symbolized how far the squad…