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Senior Travers Savoring Final Weeks On Ice, As PDS Girls’ Hockey Heads Into Stretch Drive

Mary Travers realizes that her time on the ice is fleeting as the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team heads into the final weeks of the season. PDS senior forward…

With Guzman Starring at Point Guard, Stuart Hoops Rolls Past Villa Victoria

Harley Guzman took some lumps last winter in her freshman season with the Stuart Country Day School basketball team as she assumed the point guard role. “Last year, it was…

PU Men’s Hoops Shakes Off Rust in Rout of Kean; Tuning Up for Big Weekend at Harvard, Dartmouth

Having come through his first exam period of his college career, Princeton University men’s basketball freshman star Spencer Weisz was anxious to get back on the court. Even though Princeton…

Former Hun Star Athlete Greubel on Fast Track, Making U.S. Bobsled Team for Winter Olympics

During the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, Jamie Greubel was on the outside looking in as an alternate brakeman for the U.S. women’s bobsledding team. “The other alternates and I watched…

With Junior Standout Miers Emerging as a Force, PHS Wrestling Primed for Good Showing at MCT

For Thomas Miers, attending the region wrestling championships at the end of his freshman season in 2012 left him imagining one day wearing the black Princeton High singlet in a…

Peck Enjoys a Memorable Evening at Baker Rink As PHS Girls’ Hockey Tops ANC on Senior Night

For Merritt Peck, hitting the ice at Baker Rink around dawn to practice with the Princeton High girls’ hockey team is a highlight of her day. “There is a camaraderie…

PDS Losing Its Beloved Ambassador of Hockey As Rulon-Miller Retires After 53 Years of Service

After graduating from Princeton University and serving in the Navy, Harry Rulon-Miller was looking to teach abroad as he headed into 1961. But not having any solid prospects overseas, Rulon-Miller…

With Bourke’s Hard Work Paying Dividends, Hun Boys’ Basketball Sees Its Stock Rising

Michael Bourke and his teammates on the Hun School boys’ basketball team didn’t waste any time asserting their dominance over Princeton Day School last Thursday in the meeting of cross-town…

Hun Girls’ Hoops Fighting Through Adversity, Showing Growth With 3-Game Winning Streak

Bill Holup and his players on the Hun School girls’ basketball team have gotten a lesson in rolling with the punches this winter. When senior star and dominant center Johnnah…

Wilkinson Embracing His Newest Challenge In Taking Helm of Princeton Men’s Squash

Sean Wilkinson is not one to shy away from a challenge. Growing up in Zimbabwe and establishing himself as one of the top junior squash players in the country, Wilkinson…