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Using Aggressive Hitting to Overpower Opposition, Princeton Little League 10s Roll to District 12 Crown

Even though the Princeton Little League (PLL) 10-year-old all stars squandered an early four-run lead against Sunnybrae last Friday in the championship round of the District 12 tournament, Ben Petrone…

Former PDS Star Horan Gets Valuable Experience, Earning Infield Spot in Debut Season at Williams

Beau Horan started his Williams College baseball career with a bang this March on a season-opening trip to Arizona. The former Princeton Day School standout got a hit in his…

With Former PHS Star Ettin Leading the Way, Sneakers Plus Making Strides in Summer Hoops

Last winter, Skye Ettin and The College of New Jersey men’s basketball struggled through a 5-20 season. The former Princeton High star, who is a rising TCNJ junior and team…

PU Soccer Great Hoy Staying in the Game; Playing on Pro Level for Chicago Red Stars

Even though Jen Hoy’s internship with Barclays took up most of her time last summer, that didn’t keep her from preparing hard for her final season on the Princeton University…

Thrust Into a Starting Job for Amherst Women’s Lax, Former PHS Star Haughton Thrives in Freshman Season

Mia Haughton was prepared to assume a supporting role as she looked forward to making her debut with the Amherst College women’s lacrosse team this March. But on the eve…

PHS Alum Reilly Embraces Learning Curve, Making Debut for Amherst Women’s Lacrosse

As Katie Reilly pondered her athletic future early in her Princeton High career, she made a critical decision. “I knew I wanted to play either college lacrosse or college soccer,”…

Developing On-Field Skills, Lifelong Values, NY Giants Football Camp Returns to Princeton

Later this month, the New York Giants will open their training camp at the Timex Performance Center in East Rutherford as they prepare to kick off the 2013 campaign. But…

Bailey’s Scoring Outburst Makes the Difference As Winberie’s Edges Dr. Palmer in Summer Hoops

Terrance Bailey and his teammates on the once-beaten Winberie’s squad were determined to get off to a fast start last Monday as they faced undefeated Dr. Palmer in the Princeton…

Franklin Ends PU Track Career in Blaze of Glory, Taking 5th in NCAA 10k, Earning All-America Status

Michael Franklin’s first 10,000 meters race for the Princeton University men’s track team didn’t go very well. “Coach [Steve] Dolan thought I could hang in there with a slow pace…

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…