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With Romaine Dominating in the Sprints, PHS Girls’ Swimming Defeats WW/P-S

Brianna Romaine is an adrenaline junkie when it comes to her swimming. “I have always done sprint training,” said Romaine, a sophomore standout for the Princeton High girls’ swimming team.…

PHS Boys’ Swimming Looking Formidable, As Senior Stars Aim to Emulate Class of 2012

During his sophomore season with the Princeton High boys’ swimming team two years ago, Peter Kalibat followed the lead of the squad’s seniors as PHS went undefeated on the way…

Even Though PDS Boys’ Hoops Has Started 0-4, Panthers Have Produced Some Encouraging Play

Dan Van Hise enjoyed the first quarter of his first game as the head coach of the Princeton High girls’ basketball team. Showing spunk, PHS battled visiting Allentown tooth and…

PHS Girls’ Hoop Falls to Allentown in Opener; But Shows Energy that Bodes Well for Future

Although the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team has started the season by losing its first four games, Paris McLean is far from discouraged. “We are playing well for most…

Featuring Depth, Big Group of Senior Players, PHS Boys’ Hoops Primed for Successful Season

Mark Shelley is preparing for a lot of nailbiters this winter with his Princeton High boys’ basketball team. “I don’t think we are going to blow out a lot of…

With New Head Coach Van Hise Taking the Helm, PHS Girls’ Hoops Embracing Change in Culture

Dan Van Hise focused on soccer during his days at Hightstown High but he gained a passion for basketball at college. “I went to Syracuse University and developed a strong…

Senior Defenseman McCormick Leading Brother Act As PHS Boys’ Hockey Unbeaten Through Six Games

Patrick McCormick is shouldering a lot of responsibility this winter for the Princeton High boys’ hockey team. As the senior captain and star defenseman for PHS, McCormick knows that he…

Senior Star Johnson Showing Diversified Game; Helping Hun Girls’ Hoops to Promising 2-1 Start

Over the first three years of her career with the Hun School girls’ basketball team, Johnnah Johnson used her height and strength to become a dominant inside force. But this…

Sparked by Stern’s Leadership, Production, Hun Boys’ Hockey Headed in Right Direction

When Brad Stern assisted on a second period tally to give the Hun School boys’ hockey team a 3-0 lead over visiting Calvert Hall last Friday, it looked like the…

With Powerful Li Displaying Refined Skills, Hun Boys’ Hoops Wins 2 at Peddie Tourney

Xin Li couldn’t speak English when he came to the Hun School from Qingdao, China in the fall of 2010. But he did know how to play basketball and the…