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Ending PU Track Career on a High Note, Bendtsen Determined to Stay on the Run

While Princeton University men’s track star Chris Bendtsen was thrilled to make the 10,000 meter run at the 2013 NCAA championships as a junior, he was bitterly disappointed by how…

Making a Rapid Ascent in Distance Running World, PU’s Curham Primed to Build on Superb Debut Season   

When it comes to running, Meghan Curham has come a long way in a short time. Curham, a native of Warren, N.J, only joined the track team during the spring…

Winberie’s Edges King’s in Game 1 of Title Series, As Krasna Makes Late Run after Retrieving Sneakers

Jesse Krasna’s mom unwittingly gave Winberie’s a big assist in its win over King’s Pizzarama last Monday in the opener of the best-of-three championship series in the Princeton Recreation Department…

Putting Strength in Numbers to Use, CP Bluefish Enjoy Big PASDA Meet

Utilizing its strength in numbers, the Community Park Bluefish swim team proved to be a force last week at the Princeton Area Swimming and Diving Association (PASDA) championship meet. “We…

Nassau Swimmers Save Their Best for Last, Coming Through at PASDA Championships

For Morgan Sawin, the PASDA (Princeton Area Swimming and Diving Association) championship meet was a key litmus test for her Nassau Swim Club Lemmings team. “I sent an e-mail to…

After Solid Rookie Campaign for K.C. Chiefs, PU Alum Catapano Aiming to Be Dominant Force

It reads like something out of a Hollywood script — a late-blooming player from a smaller school gets picked near the end of the NFL draft and goes on to…

Learning From Rocky Start to Delaware Golf Career, PHS Alum Graham Produces Stellar Junior Campaign

Fraser Graham enjoyed a smooth ride during his career with the Princeton High golf team. As a junior for the Little Tigers, the 2011 PHS grad won the state Tournament…

Post 218 Baseball Fights Hard to the End But Comes Up Just Short of Playoff Spot

As the American Legion baseball state district playoffs started last weekend, Princeton Post 218 manager Tommy Parker rued what might have been. “It was literally the way the ball bounced,”…

Despite Superb Effort From Former PHS Star Black, Northeast Falls to King’s in Summer Hoops Playoffs

Davon Black put in extra preparation as his seventh-seeded Northeast Realty squad got ready to face No. 2 King’s Pizzarama last Monday in the quarterfinals of the Princeton Recreation Department…

Using Competition to Build Family Feeling, Princeton Tigers Aquatics Club Flourishing

Miles Cava has been a fixture on the local swimming scene for years. The Princeton native joined the Eastern Express swimming club as a kid and competed for the program…