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Sparked by Connection Between the Black Brothers, Undefeated Hun Boys’ Lax Primed for Stretch Run

When Owen Black scored a dazzling over-the-shoulder goal early in the fourth quarter to help the Hun School boys’ lacrosse pull out a 12-10 win over Montgomery last Thursday, it…

Lifted by Schintzler’s Production at Top of Order, Hun Baseball in the Hunt for MCT, MAPL Titles

With the Hun School baseball team locked in a 3-3 tie against the Hill School (Pa.) with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning last Wednesday, Pete Schintzler…

Lilienthal Makes Big Debut With 1st Singles Title, Helping PHS Boys’ Tennis to a Strong 2nd at MCT

Noah Lilienthal looked like a freshman in over his head as he played in the first singles semifinal at the Mercer County Tournament last Thursday. The Princeton High freshman dropped…

Sparked by Helstrom’s Athleticism, Strong Will Things Starting to Click for PHS Boys’ Lacrosse

As the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team played at WW/P-S last Saturday, the PHS players periodically chanted “run, Rory, run” from the sidelines. The squad’s junior star midfielder, Rory Helstrom,…

PDS Boys’ Tennis Finishes 4th at MCT As Altmeyer Rolls to Title at 3rd Singles

The wind was swirling around Mercer County Park last Thursday as the temperature hovered in the low 40s but the chill didn’t bother Scott Altmeyer. Competing in the third singles…

With Senior Star Foster Excited for Final Push, PDS Girls’ Lacrosse Advances to Prep B Semis

When Morgan Foster fired in a shot off a free position play for the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team to give it a 6-6 tie against Hopewell Valley last…

Snapping Skid With Big Day at Mercersburg, Hun Softball Gets Back on Winning Track

After suffering a lopsided loss at Lawrenceville last Thursday, the Hun School softball team found itself at a crossroad. The 16-4 defeat to the Big Red was the fifth straight…

With Maser Providing Never-Say-Die Mindset, Stuart Lacrosse Primed for Tournament Play

There were about 30 seconds left in the game and the Stuart Country Day School lacrosse team was trailing Mount St. Mary Academy 18-9 last week. Even though it was…

Building on Effort in 1-0 Loss to Steinert, PHS Baseball Gets on Winning Track

Marcus Henderson had some butterflies bouncing around his stomach as he took the mound for the Princeton High baseball team last Wednesday against perennial power Steinert. “I am not going…

With Senior Star Alu Showing Veteran Savvy, PDS Baseball Battles to Promising 5-4 Start

It looked like it was going to be one of the memorable comebacks of the season for the Princeton Day School baseball team. Trailing Hamilton 4-1 heading into the bottom…