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Chawla Produces Big Senior Day Mound Effort As Surging PHS Baseball Tops Nottingham 6-2

Princeton High pitcher Rohit Chawla was pumped up to pitch against Nottingham long before he took the mound last Friday with PHS hosting the Northstars for Senior Day. “I was…

Frustrating Finale for Hun Softball Star Million As Raiders Fall to Peddie in Prep A Title Game

Although the Hun School softball team has suffered several heartbreaking defeats to Peddie in postseason play over the years, the Raiders were upbeat as the rivals met last Thursday in…

With Sophomore Applegate Showing Maturity, Hun Baseball Makes Prep A Title Showdown

Jason Applegate displayed his growth as a pitcher when top-seeded Hun School baseball team battled No. 4 Lawrenceville last Wednesday in the opening round of the state Prep A tournament.…

Emotions Run High for PDS Boys’ Lacrosse As Superb Spring Ends With OT Loss in MCT

There were tears mixed with smiles as the seniors on the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team embraced their younger teammates one by one last week after the Panthers lost…

After Getting Nipped by UCLA In NCAA Quarters, Princeton Women’s Water Polo Rebounds to Take 5th

In 1996, the Princeton University men’s basketball team stunned UCLA in the NCAA tournament, an historic upset that helped put the program in the national limelight. Last Friday, the Princeton…

Buoyed by Come-From-Behind Win in Ivy Tourney, PU Men’s Golf Shooting for Big Effort at NCAAs

Coming into the Ivy League Championship in late April, Will Green believed that his Princeton University men’s golf team was in the mix for the title. “It was wide open…

Tiger Women’s Lax Edged by Duke in OT at NCAAs, But Loss Doesn’t Diminish Strides Made by Program

Earlier in the spring, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team appeared overmatched as it fell to such powerful non-conference foes as Georgetown and Maryland. But catching fire, the Tigers won…

With Andres Becoming a Defensive Force, PHS Boys’ Lacrosse Rolls Into MCT Semis

It took a while for Jackson Andres to develop a comfort level last spring in his freshman season on the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team. “Last year I was a…

After Breaking Through With 10th Win, PHS Softball Tops Hightstown in MCT

For the Princeton High softball team, 10 was the magic number this spring. After having tied the program single-season record for victories with nine wins in 2012, PHS had its…

Gaining Valuable Experience at County Meet, Youthful PHS Girls’ Track 7th in Standings

After guiding his Princeton High girls’ track squad to the team title last spring at the Mercer County Championships, Jim Smirk had different goals coming into this year’s meet last…