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PHS Baseball Struggling to Get Rolling, Needs Sharper Play to Get Over the Hump

In the early stages of its game at Steinert last Wednesday, the Princeton High baseball team had its chances to seize momentum. PHS started the game with a single by…

With Senior Gutierrez Assuming New Duties, PHS Softball Continuing to Make Progress

Hannah Gutierrez is willing to do whatever she can to help the Princeton High softball team succeed. The senior star has moved up to the leadoff position in the batting…

Lifted by McManimon’s Emergence as Mound Ace PDS Baseball Showing Promise With 6-3 Start

It didn’t seem like much but a bad-hop single by Morrisville High (Pa.) in the first inning turned out to be the only thing that kept Princeton Day School pitcher…

PDS Boys’ lax Drops Nailbiter to Hun, But Getting Steeled for Postseason Play

The Panthers fought back from a 3-1 halftime deficit to make it 3-3 with 2:50 left in the third quarter. In the waning moments of regulation, PDS found itself trailing…

Sparked by Bicho’s Dominance on Face-Offs, Hun Boys’ Lacrosse Enjoying Superb Season

Zach Bicho and his teammates on the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team had plenty of motivation as they hosted Princeton Day School last week. “We lost to them last year…

Getting on Winning Track After 1-4 Start, Hun Girls’ Lax Tops Peddie, Mercersburg

Even though her Hun School girls’ lacrosse team started the season with four losses in its first five games, Haley Sanborn wasn’t discouraged. “You can always tell a team’s character…

With Senior Captain Rehfuss Leading Defense, PU Women’s Lax Stays Undefeated in Ivy Play

Caroline Rehfuss showed a good finishing touch in her freshman season in 2010 with the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team, scoring 13 goals as a midfielder. But when Rehfuss was…

Fading Down Stretch After Building 3-Goal Lead, Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Loses 10-9 at Dartmouth

On the face of things, it seemed like the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team took a step forward when it topped Rutgers 13-8 last week. But upon closer review, Princeton…

While Henderson Made It to Atlanta for Final 4, PU Men’s Hoops’ Frustrating Finish Still Stings

While the Princeton University men’s hoops coach enjoyed the action as he took in the semis at the Georgia Dome, disappointment lingered over the fact that a bad weekend had…

Tiger Softball Goes 1-3 in Penn Series; But Determined to Keep Fighting Hard

Playing at Penn last weekend in a pivotal four-game Ivy League South series, the Princeton University softball team was determined to get off to a strong start. “They threw A.C.…