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After Taking 2nd in County Boys’ Freshman Race, PDS’s Moini Primed for Big Debut at Prep B Meet

As Princeton Day School runner Ian Moini competed in the freshman race at the Mercer County Championships last Friday, he enlisted an unlikely partner in crime. Moini found himself in…

PDS Girls’ Tennis Repeats as Prep B Champion; Lifted by Mental Toughness and Family Feeling

Ed Tseng knew that his Princeton Day School girls’ tennis team faced a major challenge in its bid to win a second consecutive state Prep B title. “One of the…

With Brennan Displaying Her Improved Skill Set, PDS Field Hockey Advances to Prep B Semifinals

Over the last year, Sarah Brennan has put in extra effort to make herself a better field hockey player. “I play year round with Mystx club, they are based out…

After Surviving OT Scare in MCT Opener, PDS Girls’ Soccer Facing PHS in Semis

With her right thigh heavily taped, Brit Murray struggled as the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team hosted Hamilton last Saturday in the opening round of the Mercer County Tournament.…

PU Men’s Hockey Opening Season at the Rock; Determined to Get Rolling in the Right Direction

Coming into the 2013-14 campaign, the Princeton University men’s hockey team is in search of consistency. Last winter, the Tigers went 10-16-5 overall, showing flashes of good play but then…

PU Football Rallies for 39-17 Victory at Brown, Now Heading to Harvard for Battle of Ivy Leaders

When the Princeton University football team fell behind 17-0 at Brown in the first half last Saturday evening, some of its veteran players could have started feeling an uncomfortable sense…

Downey Breaks Through With Game Winner As PU Women’s Soccer Rallies to Beat Lehigh

After missing most of her 2012 season with the Princeton University women’s soccer due to a knee injury, Melissa Downey has been out of sorts this fall. Coming into last…

After Overcoming Chatham in State Semis, PHS Girls’ Tennis Falls Short in Title Match

At around 11 on Thursday morning, the players on the Princeton High girls’ tennis team were all smiles as they gathered together after beating Chatham 3.5-1.5 in the state Group…

Displaying Skill, Coolness Under Fire, PHS’s Rosca Rallies to Win State Singles

It looked like Princeton High sophomore Christina Rosca could be in over her head as she played Fair Lawn’s Valerie Shklover in the NJSIAA state girls’ singles final last Wednesday.…

With Senior Star Halliday Taking Leading Role, PHS Boys’ Soccer Primed for MCT Success

Over the last three years, Kevin Halliday has risen through the ranks of the Princeton High boys’ soccer team. The shifty forward has gone from looking to get on the…