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PHS Girls’ Hockey Stymied in 3-0 Loss to PDS, But 2-3 Start Has Team Looking Forward to 2015

Producing a promising 2-2 start this season, the Princeton High girls’ hockey team was looking to head into the holidays on a high when it played Princeton Day School last…

Freshman Phenom Berloco Makes Sudden Impact, Emerging as Star Sprinter for PHS Girls’ Swimming

Abbey Berloco didn’t waste any time making an impact for the Princeton High girls’ swimming team. Making her high school debut earlier this month against Hopewell Valley, precocious freshman Berloco…

Wurster’s Two-Way Excellence On Defense Helps Hun Boys’ Hockey to Big Win Over PDS

With the Hun School boys’ hockey team clinging to a 2-1 lead at Princeton Day School last Thursday, Bobby Wurster took matters into his hands. “We needed to get that…

Despite Missing Offensive Catalyst Barratt, Hun’s Killer B Sophomores Still Prove Lethal

The trio of forwards Evan Barratt, Jon Bendorf, and Blake Brown made an immediate impact on the local high school hockey scene last winter, helping to transform the Hun School…

Gaining Comfort Level in Switch to Defense, French Stars as PDS Girls’ Hockey Tops PHS

Kiely French was moved to defense this fall for the Princeton Day School field hockey team and emerged as a key contributor. This winter, sophomore French has been asked to…

Showing Flashes of Brilliance in 5-3 Start, Stuart Hoops Striving to Put It All Together

Hosting Pennington last Wednesday the Stuart Country Day School basketball team battled the Red Raiders to an 8-8 standoff in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately since the Tartans entered the quarter…

Ending College Soccer Career on a High Note, PDS Alum Hoppenot Helps Tufts to D-3 Crown

Joining the Tufts University men’s soccer team in the fall of 2011, Maxime Hoppenot didn’t get the feeling that he had signed on with a powerhouse. “When I came in…

Buoyed by Quintet of Battle-Tested Seniors, PHS Girls’ Hoops Aiming to Be Competitive

As Dan Van Hise enters his second year at the helm of the Princeton High girls’ basketball program, he and his players are on the same page. “It is really…

Featuring Nice Blend of Chemistry, Versatility PHS Boys’ Hoops Optimistic About Prospects

Even though the Princeton High boys’ basketball team is welcoming back only three returning players from last season, Mark Shelley believes the squad is already a cohesive unit. “What I…

Andres Fired Up for Final Campaign on Ice, Sparking PHS Boys’ Hockey to 4-2 Record

Jackson Andres’s athletic future lies in college lacrosse. Princeton High senior Andres, a rugged and skilled defender, recently signed a letter of intent to attend Drexel University and play for…