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After Falling 35-0 at Northern Burlington in Opener, PHS Football Aiming to Bounce Back at Hightstown

Opening its season at Northern Burlington last Thursday, the Princeton High football team got off to a rough start, falling behind 7-0 on first play from scrimmage. But thunderstorms hit…

Boasting Young Talent, Desire to Get Better, Hun Girls’ Tennis Should Grow as Fall Unfolds

Coming into the fall, the Hun School girls’ tennis team faced a major obstacle before it even played a match. The school’s tennis courts are being ripped up to make…

Featuring Good Mix of Experience and Talent, PDS Girls’ Tennis Looking Forward to MCT

Experiencing mixed results in its first full week of regular season play, the Princeton Day School girls’ team fell 5-0 to public school power Haddonfield before topping Prep B rival…

Building on Big Victory Over Pennington, Stuart Tennis Heading in Right Direction

In the view of Stuart Country Day School tennis coach Katherine Stoltenberg, her team’s win over Pennington last week marked the harbinger of things to come. “We played well, it…

Overtime Goal by Servis Makes the Difference As Stuart Field Hockey Edges George School

In the wake of a one-sided loss to Princeton Day School last week, Sam Servis and her teammates on the Stuart Country Day School field hockey squad did some soul-searching.…

New Head Coach Gallagher Exuding Confidence As PHS Football Looks to Be More Competitive

Things have been hectic for Charlie Gallagher as he has taken the helm of the Princeton High football program. “I tried to prepare as much as I could over the…

Aiming to Produce Another Stellar Season, PHS Girls’ Tennis Cruises to a 2-0 Start

Surpassing expectations last fall, the Princeton High girls’ tennis team produced a season to remember as it went 20-1 and advanced to the Group III state championship match. Picking up…

PDS Field Hockey Falls to Germantown in Opener; Hopes Competition Will Sharpen It for Tests Ahead

Tracey Arndt possesses extensive experience with Pennsylvania field hockey, having starred at Pennsbury High and then going on to Penn State where she earned All-American honors. Last week, Arndt’s Princeton…

Hun Girls’ Soccer Aiming to Be Opportunistic As New Head Coach Hallac Takes the Helm

  During her four-year tenure coaching the Weston High (Conn.) girls’ soccer team, Joanna Hallac had to be creative. “We were a smaller school in a good league but we…

With Seniors Determined to End on High Note, Hun Boys’ Soccer Seeking Reversal of Fortune

With the Hun School boys’ soccer team coming off a disappointing 5-13 season last fall, the squad’s veterans are determined to lead a reversal of fortune. “I think the seniors…