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Primed to Build on Championship Campaign, Hun Boys’ Hockey Sees Itself as Elite Program

After winning both the Mercer County Tournament and the Independence Hockey League (IHL) titles last winter, the Hun School boys’ hockey program is seeing itself in a new light. “The energy…

With Equal Mix of Veterans and Newcomers, Hun Girls’ Hoops Aiming to Get on Same Page

With a roster evenly distributed between six returners and six newcomers, a major focus early on for the Hun School girls’ basketball team is to get everybody on the same…

With Former Pro Player Leith Taking Helm, Stuart Hoops Will Have Increased Work Load

Justin Leith has a lot on his plate in his first year as the athletics director at Stuart Country Day School. But with a resume that includes starring for the…

Stuart Field Hockey Played Hard to the End, Encouraged About Prospects Going Forward

For the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team, its season-ending 6-0 victory over the Solebury School (Pa.) marked the culmination of an encouraging stretch drive. While Stuart fell 2-1…

Emerging as Key Performer Off the Bench, Kapp’s Goal Put PHS Boys’ Soccer in Final

The temperature had dropped to the mid-20s last Wednesday evening around 9:30 but the chill didn’t keep Princeton High boys’ soccer player Nick Kapp from stripping off his jersey and…

Senior Star Ealy Battles to the Final Whistle As PHS Boys’ Soccer Falls in State Title Game

In the fall of 2012, Chase Ealy joined the Princeton High boys’ soccer team as a sophomore and helped the squad win a Group 3 state title. Last Sunday, senior…

Hun Field Hockey Ended on a High Note, Showing Fight Despite Rough Homestretch

While the Hun School field hockey team didn’t make the kind of postseason run this fall that it has been known for in recent years, it did end the season…

Despite Enduring a Steady Diet of Losses, PDS Field Hockey Saw Plenty of Positives

Undergoing a youth movement by necessity this fall with only three seniors on the roster, the Princeton Day School field hockey team predictably took its lumps. Although PDS went 2-15,…

Despite Taking Lumps in 4-14-1 Fall, Hun Boys’ Soccer Kept Playing Hard

Despite finishing the season by losing six straight games and getting outscored 23-2 in the stretch, the Hun School boys’ soccer team didn’t get down on itself. “The kids never…

PHS Girls’ Cross Country 2nd at Group Meet, Displaying Competitive Savvy in Making MOC

For the Princeton High girls’ cross country team, its second-place finish at the Group 3 state championship meet last Saturday was a microcosm of the program’s rise up the ranks…