Follow Town Topics Online

FacebookTwitterRSSLinkedIn
Home » Archives by category » Sports (Page 2)

Canadian Import Stasow Steps Up in the Clutch As Hun Boys’ Hockey Rallies to Beat Seton Hall

Having lost just once in its first 14 games, the Hun School boys’ hockey team was in danger of suffering its second setback as it hosted Seton Hall Prep last…

With Junior Guard Bourke Going on Scoring Binge, Hun Girls’ Hoops Primed for Exciting Stretch Run

Slowed by a gimpy ankle, Amber Bourke got off to a slow start this winter in her junior season with the Hun School girls’ basketball team. While her ankle got…

Achieving Dream of Bringing His Skills to U.S, England’s Seipt Starring for Hun Boys’ Hoops

While Ben Seipt has proven that he is one of the top basketball players his age in England, playing for the country’s Under-15, 16, 17, and 18 national programs, he…

With Senior Dietrick Enjoying Milestone Performance, No. 19 PU Women’s Hoops Routs Penn, Moves to 17-0

While Blake Dietrick was thrilled to help the Princeton University women’s basketball team roll to an 83-54 win over Penn last Saturday in the Ivy League opener for both teams,…

Fueled by Caruso’s Energy, Scoring Off the Bench, PU Men’s Hoops Rallies to Beat Penn in Ivy Opener

His coach likens him to a cartoon character but Princeton University men’s basketball player Henry Caruso certainly didn’t leave Penn laughing last Saturday. When asked about sophomore Caruso in the…

Tiger Men’s Hockey Hurt by Mental Lapses, Posts 0-2 Weekend Heading Into Exam Brea

Starting its final weekend before a 17-day exam hiatus, the Princeton University men’s hockey team came out fighting as it hosted defending national champion Union last Friday. Princeton battled the…

After Missing Last Season Due to Hip Operation, Contini on Scoring Tear for PU Women’s Hockey

Molly Contini had to scuttle her first attempt at playing her sophomore season for the Princeton University women’s hockey team. Hampered by a hip injury, Contini withdrew from Princeton before…

With Curran-Groome Providing Steadying Hand, PHS Girls’ Basketball Produces Solid 4-4 Start

With the Princeton High girls’ basketball team having come off a tough loss to Ewing, Catherine Curran-Groome and her teammates were looking to bounce back last Friday night when they…

Sophomore Star Lewis Assuming Lead Role As PDS Boys’ Hoops Making Improvement

Although he is just a sophomore, Chase Lewis has a lot on his shoulders this winter for the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team. As the lead guard and one…

Finding a Home With PDS Girls’ Basketball, Freshman Kane Emerging as Key Performer

Bridget Kane has been around basketball a long time for someone who is only a freshman in high school. As the daughter of longtime Lawrenceville School boys’ hoops head coach…