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Lifted by Surprising Title at 2nd Doubles, PHS Boys’ Tennis Finishes 4th at MCT

It didn’t take long for Tyler Hack and Zack Kleiman to develop into a formidable doubles pair. Thrown together just before last week’s Mercer County Tournament, the duo stunned the…

With Ainslie Hitting Right Notes on Attack, PHS Boys’ Lax Finding Winning Rhythm

After playing back-up goalie for the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team as a freshman in 2010, Adam Ainslie took a break from the sport. The multi-talented Ainslie devoted his time…

With 8th Grader Zhao Making Finals in 1st Singles, PDS Boys’ Tennis Rises to 2nd at County Tourney

Michael Zhao’s play exemplified the highs and lows experienced by the Princeton Day School boys’ tennis team last week at the Mercer County Tournament. The precocious eighth grader turned heads…

Senior Star Levy Triggering the Offense As PDS Girls’ Lax Building Momentum

Hannah Levy was the top scorer for the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team in 2012 as a junior but she wasn’t about to rest on her laurels coming into…

Houston Native Adams Thriving in Jersey, As Hun Baseball Keeps on Winning Track

After dropping a doubleheader at Mercersburg Academy (Pa.), Shane Adams and his teammates on the Hun School baseball team weren’t about to let losing become a habit. “We had a…

PHS Baseball Struggling to Get Rolling, Needs Sharper Play to Get Over the Hump

In the early stages of its game at Steinert last Wednesday, the Princeton High baseball team had its chances to seize momentum. PHS started the game with a single by…

With Senior Gutierrez Assuming New Duties, PHS Softball Continuing to Make Progress

Hannah Gutierrez is willing to do whatever she can to help the Princeton High softball team succeed. The senior star has moved up to the leadoff position in the batting…

Lifted by McManimon’s Emergence as Mound Ace PDS Baseball Showing Promise With 6-3 Start

It didn’t seem like much but a bad-hop single by Morrisville High (Pa.) in the first inning turned out to be the only thing that kept Princeton Day School pitcher…

PDS Boys’ lax Drops Nailbiter to Hun, But Getting Steeled for Postseason Play

The Panthers fought back from a 3-1 halftime deficit to make it 3-3 with 2:50 left in the third quarter. In the waning moments of regulation, PDS found itself trailing…

Sparked by Bicho’s Dominance on Face-Offs, Hun Boys’ Lacrosse Enjoying Superb Season

Zach Bicho and his teammates on the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team had plenty of motivation as they hosted Princeton Day School last week. “We lost to them last year…