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PHS Girls’ Tennis Loses to Millburn in State Finals, But Doubles Star Dementyeva Proud of Valiant Effort

It would have been understandable if Zhenia Dementyeva was down in the dumps last Friday moments after the Princeton High girls’ tennis team fell 4-1 to Millburn in the state…

Lewis Utilized Experience, Solid Groundstrokes, To Book a Spot in State Final for PHS Girls’ Tennis

As Princeton High girls’ tennis star Rory Lewis headed into the latter stages of the second set against Charlotte Hagan of Northern Highlands last Friday in the NJSIAA Group 3…

PHS Football Falls at Winslow to Suffer First Loss, Aiming to Resume Winning Ways Against WW/P-S

Even though the Princeton High football team brought a 5-0 record into its clash at 1-3 Winslow last Friday evening, PHS was geared up for a dogfight. “Despite the record,…

Frosh Goalie Barbara Showing Grace Under Pressure, Gains Valuable Lessons in Narrow Loss to Pennington

Stepping into the starting goalie spot for the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team from day one this fall as a freshman, Grace Barbara has been under the gun. “There…

Shorthanded Due to a Number Of Injuries, PHS Girls’ Soccer Struggling to Find Rhythm

Despite being shorthanded due to a number of injuries, the Princeton High girls’ soccer team battled Notre Dame on even terms in the early going when the rivals met last…

Hun School Football Clicks on Both Sides of Ball, Topping Hill 49-6, Girding for Lawrenceville Clash

Even though his Hun School football team was coming off two successive routs, Todd Smith was looking for sharper execution as the Raiders played at the  Hill School (Pa.) last…

With Junior Hannah Emerging as Standout, Stuart Field Hockey Showing Improvement

Tori Hannah has been talking more on the field this fall in her junior season with the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team. “I think I am communicating more…

Making Switch From Soccer to Football, Hawes Emerges as Standout for 5-0 PHS

Joe Hawes didn’t want to spend the fall of his senior year sitting on the bench for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team. Realizing that he had hit a dead…

Sparked by Ealy’s Energy, Skill at Striker, PHS Boys’ Soccer Primed for Tests Ahead

Chase Ealy covered a lot of territory for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team last Thursday as it hosted Nottingham. The senior striker raced up and down the field, making…

PHS Boys’ Cross Country Working Through Injury, Aims to Be at Full Strength for Postseason Events

For Mark Shelley, getting the best out of his Princeton High boys’ cross country team this fall is about marshaling his resources. “We have been battling some injuries over the…

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