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Tiger Men’s Hockey Has Rough Senior Weekend But Two-Time Captain Berger Relishes PU Career

Jack Berger got his final weekend of action at Baker Rink for the Princeton University men’s hockey team off to a good start. The senior star forward and team captain…

PHS Boys’ Swimming Edged in Public B Final But Goes Down Fighting Hard in Every Lane

Will Stange opened the Public B state championship meet for the Princeton High boys’ swimming team by doing the backstroke leg in the 200 medley relay. Stange’s swim proved to…

Showing Competitiveness, Grit to the End PHS Girls’ Swimmers Fall in Public B Semis

Greg Hand knew that his Princeton High girls’ swimming team faced a big challenge as it took on Ocean City last Wednesday in the program’s first appearance in the Public…

PHS Boys’ Hockey Falls in County Semifinals; Gaining Valuable Experience for State Tourney

Playing top-seeded Notre Dame in the Mercer County Tournament semifinals last Thursday, the fifth-seeded Princeton High boys’ hockey team dug itself an early 2-0 hole. While underdog PHS could have…

Sockler Shines for PHS Wrestling at Districts, Taking 3rd in Advancing to Regional Tourney

Princeton High junior Patrick Sockler walked off the wrestling mat on Saturday with a grin on his face as he shook coach Rashone Johnson’s hand. Sockler took third in the…

Egner Tallies Winning Goal for PDS Boys’ Hockey As Panthers Defeat Mo-Beard in Prep Title Game

With the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team looking to add to a 3-1 lead over visiting Morristown-Beard in the second period of the state Prep championship game last week,…

Senior Avgoustiniatos Came Through in MCT Semis As Hun Boys’ Hockey Soundly Beat Robbinsville

With the Hun School boys’ hockey team making its first appearance in the Mercer County Tournament since 2009, Spy Avgoustiniatos and his teammates were determined to make their presence felt.…

With Freshman Brown Serving as Catalyst, Hun Boys’ Hockey Wins MCT Championship

Hun School boys’ hockey player Blake Brown didn’t waste any time making an impact in his first Mercer County Tournament championship game. As second-seeded Hun faced off with top-seeded and…

With Seniors Showing a Special Sense of Urgency, PU Men’s Lax Hoping to Achieve Tournament Goals

Over the last two years, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team has been on the verge of adding to the program’s storied tradition of postseason success. The Tigers have advanced…

Keeping Focus on Daily Improvement, PU Women’s Lax Primed for Big Spring

If the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team can stay in the present, it could have a bright future. “The kids are really focused on everyday; they are playing well and…