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Featuring Talent Throughout the Lineup, PDS Boys’ Tennis Aiming for Big Spring

While the Princeton Day School boys’ tennis team hasn’t been on the court much so far this spring, Will Asch is cautiously optimistic. “I think we are going to be…

After Ending Last Spring With a Hot Streak, PHS Baseball Bringing Confidence Into 2014

For the Princeton High baseball team, winning eight of its last 11 games last year has given its returning players a lift coming into this spring. “I think all the…

Coming Off Record-Breaking Campaign, PHS Softball Looks to Build on Success

Having lost six seniors from a 2013 team that posted the program’s first-ever double-digit win season, the Princeton High softball team is going to have a different look this spring.…

Displaying Confidence All Over the Field, PDS Boys’ Lax Primed for Banner Season

Even though the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team didn’t get the  chance to get outside much before its spring trip to South Carolina, the players looked sharp once they…

Featuring a Potent Mix of Athleticism, Skill, PDS Girls’ Lacrosse Aiming to Run and Gun

The ingredients are in place for the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team to produce some fireworks this spring. “We have speed, we have athletes, and we have good players…

Although Short on Quantity With 14-Player Roster, PDS Baseball Boasts the Quality to Be Competitive

A central theme this spring for the Princeton Day School baseball team will be all hands on deck. With a roster of just 14 players, the Panthers will get ample…

Stuart Lax Is Featuring Youthful Lineup, But Bringing Plenty of Skill to the Table

Although the Stuart Country Day School lacrosse team is stocked with freshmen and sophomores, Caitlin Grant is seeing an advanced skill level this spring. “Two years ago we had a…

Boasting Good Athletes All Over the Field, Hun Girls’ Lax Aims to Keep Progressing

For the Hun School girls’ lacrosse team, heading south to Florida earlier this month proved beneficial on several levels. “The weather was great,” said Hun second-year head coach Haley Sanborn,…

With a Focus on Being Humble and Hungry, Hun Boys’ Lax Coming Together Quickly

Camelback Mountain towers some 2,700 feet over the Phoenix area but it was no obstacle for the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team as the players climbed it twice on their…

Entering 2014 With Question Marks on Defense, Hun Softball Needs to Be Fundamentally Sound

Kathy Quirk is welcoming back a lot of familiar faces to her Hun School softball team this spring but she is reshuffling the deck. In the wake of losing catcher…