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Entering 2014 With Question Marks on Defense, Hun Softball Needs to Be Fundamentally Sound

Kathy Quirk is welcoming back a lot of familiar faces to her Hun School softball team this spring but she is reshuffling the deck. In the wake of losing catcher…

Hun Baseball Undergoing Youth Movement, Working Hard to Mature into Title Contender

Bill McQuade brings a wealth of experience to the Hun School baseball team as he enters his 44th season at the helm of the program and that wisdom will come…

Primed to Build on Superb 2013 Campaign, PHS Girls’ Lax Hitting the Ground Running

Coming off a superb 18-4 campaign that culminated with a run to the Central Jersey Group III sectional final, the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team has hit the ground running…

Featuring Mix of Veteran Stars and Young Talent, PHS Boys’ Lax Shooting for Another Big Spring

Catching fire at the right time, the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team enjoyed an inspiring run last spring, winning the program’s first-ever Mercer County Tournament title and advancing to the…

PHS Swimming Standouts Stange, Romaine Get the Nod as Town Topics’ Top Winter Stars

The past fall, Will Stange earned Eagle Scout status in the Boy Scouts, an honor which signifies diligence, spirit, and leadership. Over the winter, Stange exhibited the same characteristics in…

Maintaining Work Ethic, Upbeat Approach, PHS Girls’ Hockey Enjoyed Positive Season

It would have been understandable if the Princeton High girls’ hockey team had thrown in the towel after starting the season with seven straight losses. Coming off a winless campaign…

Rough Final Weekend for PDS Boys’ Hockey Doesn’t Diminish Winter of Overachievement

Although the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team came up empty in its final weekend of the season as it dropped all three games at the Hill School (Pa.) Tournament,…

Falling Just Short of WIHLMA Title Game, PDS Girls’ Hockey Enjoyed Superb Winter

Last year, the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team absorbed a lopsided defeat to the Portledge School (N.Y.) in the WIHLMA semifinals. This season, the squads met again in the…

Improving to 8-8 after 2-Win Season in 2012-13 Stuart Hoops Looking Forward to Bright Future

While the Stuart Country Day School basketball team fell 41-26 to Pennington in the state Prep B quarterfinals, Dana Leary saw her squad’s effort as emblematic of its progress this…

Despite a Frustrating 6-15 Campaign, PHS Boys’ Hoops Maintained Intensit

While Princeton High boys’ basketball coach Mark Shelley emphasizes sharing the ball, he acknowledged that his squad could have used a go-to scoring threat this winter. In posting a final…