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Refusing to Accept Dreaded Bridesmaid Role, Winberie’s Rallies to Win Summer Hoops Title

It was looking like the Winberie’s/Miller Lite squad might be assuming the unwanted role of bridesmaid as the decisive third game of the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League…

Burke Heated Up on Perimeter at the Right Time As Ivy Inn Forced Game 3 in Hoops Title Series

Kyle Burke acknowledges that he has misfired a bit this season for the Ivy Inn squad in the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League. “I haven’t shot the ball…

PBC 9th Grade Boys’ Hoops Shows Progress; Playing Well at AAU National Tournament

Clarence White gave some tough love to Princeton Basketball Club (PBC) 9th grade AAU boys’ basketball team this season. “The effort last year didn’t satisfy me,” said head coach White.…

Ending Gettysburg Baseball Career With a Bang; Former PDS Star O’Brien Has Big Senior Campaign

Some 52 years ago, Ted Williams ended his Hall of Fame career with the Boston Red Sox in style, clubbing a homer in his last major league at-bat. This spring,…

PDS Alum Carly O’Brien Battles Through Injury; Produces Solid Debut Season for Dickinson Lax

As Carly O’Brien went through middle school, she was on track to be a softball star. The athletic O’Brien starred in the District 12 softball all-star tournament and played travel…

PU Rowing Alum Ochal Leaves Sculling Behind, Helps U.S. Men’s Four Make Olympic Semifinals

Glen Ochal helped the U.S. to a good showing in the quadruple sculls last year in the World Rowing Championships but ultimately concluded that wasn’t his best route to the…

After Building Mercer Junior Rowing From Scratch, McCourt Leaving With Pride in Program’s Excellence

As 2002 approached, Sean McCourt was ready to move on from rowing after starring at Boston University and then coaching high school crew for three years upon graduation. McCourt was…

Sparked by Hatchell’s Clutch Play on Perimeter, Winberie’s Prevails in Hoops Title Series Opener

Even though Winberie’s/Miller Lite brought an undefeated record into last year’s championship series of the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League, the team was not at 100 percent. “I…

Inspired by Sparkling New Community Park Pool, Bluefish Produce Season of High-Level Swimming

After months of construction, the new Community Park Pool opened over Memorial Day weekend to much acclaim. The Myrtha stainless steel pool boasts new walls and a new floor for…

While Nassau Lemmings Didn’t Have Great Depth, Club Stepped Up in Maintaining Winning Tradition

While the Nassau Swim Club Lemmings didn’t have as much depth as in past summers, the team lived up to the program’s winning tradition. The Lemmings went 4-1 in Princeton…