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Displaying Attention to Detail and Talent, Hun Football Overpowers Lawrenceville

There was no messing around last week as the Hun School football team prepared for its showdown against the Lawrenceville School. With both squads boasting 2-0 records in Mid-Atlantic Prep…

Hun School Cross Country Makes Strides; Hard Work Pays Off at Mercer Competition

Angela Rieder believes that her Hun School cross country team took a step forward at the Mercer County championship meet last Friday. “I think we had a strong performance,” said…

QB Michelsen Steps Into Leading Role for PU Football As Tigers Top Brown, Set Up Showdown With Harvard

Over the past two seasons, Connor Michelson has become the understudy for Quinn Epperly at quarterback on the Princeton University football team. The two seniors started last fall on equal…

Putting in Extra Work On and Off the Ice; PU Women’s Hockey Primed for Big Season

In an effort to skate past its foes this winter, the Princeton University women’s hockey team is putting in some extra time on its dry land training in its preseason…

Following in Footsteps of Fellow Oak Knoll Alums, McCarthy Coming Up Big for Princeton Field Hockey

Ryan McCarthy had the sense that she would be a good fit for the Princeton University field hockey program. “I am the third Oak Knoll player in the past few…

PHS Girls’ Tennis Loses to Millburn in State Finals, But Doubles Star Dementyeva Proud of Valiant Effort

It would have been understandable if Zhenia Dementyeva was down in the dumps last Friday moments after the Princeton High girls’ tennis team fell 4-1 to Millburn in the state…

Lewis Utilized Experience, Solid Groundstrokes, To Book a Spot in State Final for PHS Girls’ Tennis

As Princeton High girls’ tennis star Rory Lewis headed into the latter stages of the second set against Charlotte Hagan of Northern Highlands last Friday in the NJSIAA Group 3…

PHS Football Falls at Winslow to Suffer First Loss, Aiming to Resume Winning Ways Against WW/P-S

Even though the Princeton High football team brought a 5-0 record into its clash at 1-3 Winslow last Friday evening, PHS was geared up for a dogfight. “Despite the record,…

Frosh Goalie Barbara Showing Grace Under Pressure, Gains Valuable Lessons in Narrow Loss to Pennington

Stepping into the starting goalie spot for the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team from day one this fall as a freshman, Grace Barbara has been under the gun. “There…

Shorthanded Due to a Number Of Injuries, PHS Girls’ Soccer Struggling to Find Rhythm

Despite being shorthanded due to a number of injuries, the Princeton High girls’ soccer team battled Notre Dame on even terms in the early going when the rivals met last…