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Hun Boys’ Hockey Excelling in Crunch Time Thanks to Clutch Play From Captain Szeker

Having been named as the captain of the Hun School boys’ hockey team, senior defenseman Eric Szeker knows he has to keep a cool head in the heat of battle.…

Senior Standout Deardorff Sets a Positive Tone As PHS Girls’ Swimming Finally Tops WW/P-S

Since the Princeton High girls’ swimming team hadn’t defeated WW/P-S this century before the meet between the rivals last Thursday, Serena Deardorff and her PHS teammates weren’t dwelling on recent…

Sparked by Fab Four of Junior Standouts, PHS Boys’ Swimming Remains a Power

Last winter, a group of six seniors helped drive the Princeton High boys’ swim team to an undefeated season and the program’s first-ever state championship. As the 2012-13 season heads…

PHS Boys’ Hoops Gets 2013 Off to Rousing Start Edging Trenton at the Buzzer, Routing Robbinsville

While many high school basketball teams play in holiday tournaments to stay sharp, Mark Shelley took a different approach with his Princeton High boys’ hoops squad as it got ready…

With Glaude Developing Into Clutch Shooter, PDS Boys’ Hoops on Target for Superb Season

Langston Glaude ended 2012 on a high note for the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team, hitting a last-second jumper as the Panthers topped Roman Catholic (Pa.) to win the…

Sophomore Guard Dwyer Diversifying Her Game As Hun Girls’ Hoops Continues Growth Process

Erica Dwyer and her teammates on the Hun School girls’ basketball team were determined to start 2013 with a bang after losing three of their last four games heading into…

Ending 2012 With OT Win Against Trenton Catholic, Hun Boys’ Hoops Looking Forward to the New Year

For the Hun School boys’ basketball team, pulling out a 55-48 overtime win against Trenton Catholic Academy in its last action before the holiday break exemplified both its strengths and…

PDS Girls’ Hoops Falls to Northern Burlington, Ryan Hopes Setback Will be a Wake-up Call

Hosting Northern Burlington last Thursday in the opening round of its Holiday Invitational, the Princeton Day School girls’ basketball team jumped out to a 4-0 lead halfway through the first…

Showing Competitiveness, Work Ethic in Starting 9-1 PDS Boys’ Hockey Primed for Tough January Stretch

While Scott Bertoli wasn’t happy to see his Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team fall to Kents Hill in the opening round of the Barber Tournament in mid-December, he liked…

Gargione Steps Down as PHS Football Coach, Proud of Guiding Program Through Adversity

As a teacher of engineering drawing and architecture, Joe Gargione preaches precision and attention to detail. So when Gargione decided to step down in mid-December as the head coach of…