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Hun Softball Ends With Defeat in Prep A Semis; But Has Foundation in Place to Be Title Contender

When her Hun School softball team headed to the Blair Academy last week in the state Prep A semifinals, Kathy Quirk was prepared for a nailbiter. “I thought we were…

Senior Fleming, Classmates Showed Love of Game In Ensuring that PDS Softball Team Stayed Afloat

For Kate Fleming, playing on the Princeton Day School softball team over the last four years has been a true labor of love. Fleming and fellow seniors Dina Alter, Jessica…

With Tuckmans Enjoying Happy Ending, PDS Boys’ Lacrosse Wins Prep B Crown

On one hand, the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team was bitterly disappointed by its 5-4 loss to Notre Dame last Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Mercer County Tournament.…

Although Late Rally Falls Short in MCT Title Game, PHS Girls’ Lax Primed to Fight to the End in States

Even though the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team trailed WW/P-N by four goals with 1:38 remaining in the Mercer County Tournament championship game last Saturday, Dana Smith wasn’t about to…

With Senior Standout Jacobs Exploding for 5 Goals, PHS Girls’ Lax Topped Notre Dame in MCT Rematch

Liz Jacobs was held without a goal as the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team fell to Notre Dame 15-10 in early April. When the rivals met again last Thursday in…

After Competitive Effort at MCT, PHS Golf Finishing on Upswing

Although the Princeton High golf team finished in the middle of the pack at the Mercer County Tournament last week, Sheryl Severance liked the way her squad competed. “They played…

With Junior Reid Emerging as Standout, PHS Baseball Earns Trip to State Tourney

For John Reid, starring on the ice for the Princeton High boys’ hockey team last winter has helped him on the diamond this spring. “I think I am constantly ready…

Assuming Extra Responsibility as Workhorse Pitcher, Junior Radvany Has Displayed Leadership Qualities

James Radvany came into the spring expecting that his main duties for the Princeton Day School baseball team would center on playing first base and providing punch in the middle…

PHS Softball Suffering Through Growing Pains But Young Players Gaining Valuable Experience

With the Princeton High softball team trailing Lawrenceville 8-0 in the fourth inning last Friday, Dave Boehm urged his players to relax. “It was just come out swinging,” said PHS…

Sticking Together On and Off the Field, PDS Girls’ Lax Makes Prep B Semifinals

For Morgan Foster and the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team, its state Prep B tournament opener last week against Montclair-Kimberley Academy wasn’t just the beginning of the postseason, it…