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PHS’ Cleary Sees Dedication to Rowing Pay Dividends As PNRA/Mercer Women’s 8 Earns Silver at Nationals

Caitlin Cleary’s approach to rowing changed when she joined the Princeton National Rowing Association’s Mercer Rowing Club (PNRA/Mercer) women’s top open 8 last spring. “I stroked for the 4 in…

Paying His Dues over St. Lawrence Men’s Lax Career, PHS Alum Dowers Emerges as Star Defender, Co-Captain

Robby Dowers only got into five games in his sophomore season with the St. Lawrence University men’s lacrosse team but he saw plenty of progress. “I adjusted to the speed…

Hard Work Paid Dividends for PHS Lineman Moustafa, Leading to Superb Senior Season, Spot in Sunshine Game

Taking up wrestling helped Omar Moustafa reach new heights as a football player in his senior season at Princeton High. “I joined the wrestling team as a junior and that…

After Helping to Spark PHS Football Turnaround, Buckley Culminating Career with Sunshine Classic

Even though the Princeton High football team was coming off a 0-10 season in 2013, Colin Buckley sensed that things would be a lot different last fall for his senior…

Enjoying Spectacular Debut for PHS Football, Hawes Heading to Sunshine Classic, Howard

Taking up football for the first time last fall, Joe Hawes wasn’t sure what his role would be on the Princeton High team. “The toughest thing was finding my spot…

With Kioko Starring on the Mound and at the Plate, Princeton Repeats as District 12 Intermediate Champs

After the Princeton Little League (PLL) team defeated Millstone-Roosevelt 15-3 last Thursday to win its second straight District 12 Intermediate 50/70 title, Ben Kioko saw the repeat performance as exemplifying…

With Former PHS Star Black Triggering Offense, Bring Me Food Hungry to Excel in Summer Hoops

Davon Black acknowledges that the newly-formed “Bring Me Food” team wasn’t on the same page as it made its debut this June in the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball…

PDS Cross Country Mourns Passing of Coach Noden, Inspired by His Unwavering Devotion to Running

In coaching the Princeton Day School cross country program over the last four seasons, Merrell Noden was thrilled whenever his runners were at the front of the pack. But his…

Starting District 12 Intermediate Title Defense in Style, Princeton Routs Millstone-Roosevelt 13-1 in Opener

Things started quietly for the Princeton Little League (PLL) squad as it started the defense of its District 12 Intermediate 50/70 tournament title against Millstone-Roosevelt last Sunday afternoon. PLL trailed…

Post 218 Baseball Battles Hard in Loss to Hamilton, But Shows Uneven Play That Has Led to 2-12 Record

Over the final four and a half innings last Monday evening, the Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball team battled powerful Hamilton Post 31 to a 5-5 standstill. But having…

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