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Using Adversity to Sharpen Leadership Skills, PHS QB DiGregorio Primed for Sunshine Game

Zack DiGregorio experienced a roller-coaster year in 2011, his junior season on the Princeton High football team. DiGregorio had a knee operation in July but was in uniform as the…

Wrapping Up PHS Track Career at National Meet, Brennan Bringing Love of Throwing to Dartmouth

The link to Tim Brennan’s YouTube channel ends with the words “live2throw” Brennan exemplified that mantra from the day he joined the Princeton High track team as a freshman to…

Lifted by Sibel’s Sharpshooting and Intensity, PA Blue Devils Top Winberie’s in Summer Hoops

Zach Sibel and the PA Blue Devils started last week’s action in the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League on a down note as they fell to Sneakers Plus.…

Learning Key Lessons During Duke Lax Career, PHS Alum Graham Primed for the Corporate World

As Mie Graham starts a job on the Citibank trading desk this summer, she feels uniquely qualified to climb the corporate ladder after enduring a variety of ups and downs…

PDS Lax Star Triolo, PHS Standout Lopez-Ona Get Nod as Town Topics’ Top Spring Performers

In 2010, Cody Triolo showed promise as a freshman midfielder for a Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team that struggled to a 6-10 record. A year later, Triolo emerged as…

PHS’s Sclapari Enjoys Performing on Big Stage, Helping MJRC Lightweights to 3rd at Nationals

Before entering high school in 2010, Beatrice Sclapari enjoyed performing on the stage, concentrating on singing and acting. But after going to a Mercer Junior Rowing Club (MJRC) camp weeks…

PDS Baseball Endured Season of Near Misses; Excited About Prospects With Returning Talent

For the Princeton Day School baseball team, its loss to Pennington in the state Prep B semifinals was a microcosm of a season that saw several near misses. “We scored…

With Kean’s Soulias Gaining Comfort Level, Ivy Inn Looking Formidable in Summer Hoops

Last year, it took a while for Tommy Soulias to gain a comfort level as he joined the Ivy Inn team in the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Hoops league.…

PDS Alum Eisenberg Producing in the Clutch; Helping Post 218 Baseball to Promising Start

Jacob Eisenberg readily acknowledges that he is not one of the top offensive threats for the Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball team. But last Wednesday, Eisenberg knocked in two…

Princeton Track Star Hollimon Hit Right Note, Ending Tiger Career by Competing at NCAAs

While Austin Hollimon’s proficiency with musical notes in high school as a trombone player had him thinking about attending the Juilliard School of Music, a letter from a coach took…