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Despite Doubts About Prospects for PHS Girls’ Tennis, Senior Captain Cahill-Sanidas Enjoys Dream Season

Maddie Cahill-Sanidas feared that her senior campaign with the Princeton High girls’ tennis team was going to be a rough ride. “Honestly, coming into the season, I wasn’t thinking we…

Progressing From Benchwarmer to Senior Standout, Goldsmith Helps PHS Boys’ Soccer Win MCT Opener

In 2011, Jeremy Goldsmith rode the bench as the Princeton High boys’ soccer team won the Mercer County Tournament. Last Friday, senior midfielder Goldsmith starred as fourth-seeded PHS rolled to…

With Young Runners Making Big Impact, PHS Girls’ Cross Country Enjoying Success

Coming into this fall, Jim Smirk knew that he needed some young runners to come through in order for his Princeton High girls’ cross country team to maintain its winning…

Triggered by Goldman’s Deadly Finishing Touch, Top-Seeded PDS Field Hockey Rolls in MCT Opener

Emily Goldman and her teammates on the Princeton Day School field hockey weren’t about to take Nottingham lightly when the two teams met last Friday in the opening round of…

With Kane, Kern Spearheading Defense; Hun Field Hockey Looking for Big Finish

Over the years, the Hun School field hockey team has typically saved its best for last, displaying a penchant for playing well down the stretch. Last Wednesday, as Hun played…

PU Football Shows Swagger in Blanking Brown 19-0; Now Girding for Harvard in Battle of Ivy Unbeatens

When the players on the Princeton University football team convened this summer for their preseason camp, they were issued T-shirts saying “Believe.” But after falling 17-14 at Lehigh and 21-20…

Looking to Maintain Legacy of Last Year’s Seniors, PU Women’s Hockey to Emphasize Smart, Hard Play

For the Princeton University women’s hockey program, the players in its Class of 2012 left an indelible impact. The group of Ann-Marie Elvin, Julie Johnson, Heather Landry, co-captain Charissa Stadnyk,…

Bouncing Back From Frustrating 3-7 Start, PU Women’s Volleyball in Thick of Ivy Race

As her Princeton University women’s volleyball team got off to a 3-7 start this season with four of the defeats coming in five-setters, Sabrina King felt uneasy. “There were lots…

PHS Field Hockey Drops Nailbiter at PDS; But Sees Setback as Blessing in Disguise

After cruising to a 10-1 start this fall, the Princeton High field hockey team hit a speed bump when it played at the Princeton Day School last Thursday. Generating 12…

PHS Football Fights Back From Early 19-0 Hole, But Gets Overrun in 38-13 Loss at Willingboro

When the Princeton High football team fell behind 19-0 last Friday evening at Willingboro, the Little Tigers could’ve folded. PHS entered the night mired in a four-game losing streak that…