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PDS Boys’ Hoops Competes to Final Whistle As Coach McLean Wraps Up Superb Tenure

When the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team faced Hightstown in a Mercer County Tournament consolation game last month, it was not just the season finale, it was the end…

Dealing With Adversity on a Daily Basis, Hun Girls’ Basketball Battled to the End

For the Hun School girls’ basketball team, its regular season game against Peddie in late January was embarrassing. Trailing 40-19 at halftime, the Raiders went on to suffer a 74-40…

Hun Boys’ Hoops Had Plenty of Highlights But Came Up Short in Postseason Action

While the Hun School boys’ basketball team showed flashes of brilliance this winter, it didn’t take the final step. “It was good not great, we did some good things and…

Developing Work Ethic Over Marathon Season, Stuart Hoops Sees Dividends Down the Road

Taking the helm of the Stuart Country Day School basketball program, Justin Leith met with his players before the season to make sure that they were ready to make a…

Staying Focused Through Roller-coaster Season, PHS Boys’ Hoops Showed Pride With Late Surge

There were plenty of question marks surrounding the Princeton High boys’ basketball team as it headed into the 2014-15 season. “Back in November, we only had three returning varsity players…

Led by Stellar Group of Senior Stalwarts, PHS Girls’ Hoops Makes Jump to 8 Wins

On paper, it would appear that the Princeton High girls’ basketball team ended the winter on a down note. Playing at second-seeded Marlboro in the opening round of the Central…

Youthful PDS Boys’ Hockey Took Lumps This Winter, But Will Be Better for the Experience Going Forward

With a roster packed with freshmen and sophomores, Scott Bertoli knew that his Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team was destined to take some lumps this winter. “It was about…

With Freshmen Making Immediate Impact, PDS Girls’ Basketball Has Promising Future

At the beginning of the season, there was a bit of a disconnect hampering the Princeton Day School girls’ basketball team. “It was tough to get the girls to play…

Miers Ends PHS Wrestling Career With 33-3 Season, Leaving Legacy as One of Program’s Top Performers

As a grade schooler, Thomas Miers set his sights on becoming a basketball star. But when it became clear that he was not destined for stardom on the hardwood, he…

With Spirited 3rd Period Rally Falling Short, PHS Boys’ Hockey Loses in State Opener

Trailing eighth-seeded Middletown South 4-2 heading into the third period in the opening round of the state Public B boys’ hockey tournament, 25th-seeded Princeton High wasn’t about to go out…