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Freshman Weisz Making Impact With Heady Play Helping PU Men’s Basketball to Sizzling 6-1 Start

Spencer Weisz brought a reputation as a heady player to the table in joining the Princeton University men’s basketball team this winter. During his senior season at Seton Hall Prep…

Overcoming Injury Woes That Cost Her a Season, McDonell Giving Tiger Women’s Hockey a Lift

For Jaimie McDonell, her freshman season with the Princeton University women’s hockey team turned out to be a lost year. McDonell tore a ligament in her knee before the 2012-13…

Sparked by Senior Star Reynolds’ Speed, Energy PHS Boys’ Hockey Produces Encouraging Start

Even though the Princeton High boys’ hockey team mustered only one goal on 15 shots against Hightstown in the first period last Thursday, Spencer Reynolds wasn’t concerned. “We knew going…

PHS Girls’ Hockey Relishing Early Challenge As It Opens Campaign at Powerful Mo-Beard

Christian Herzog doesn’t wait to put his Princeton High girls’ hockey team under pressure. “I like to start with Mo-Beard,” said PHS head coach Herzog, whose team will get its…

Displaying Positive Competitive Approach, PHS Girls’ Swimming Cruises in Opener

While the Princeton High girls’ swimming team wasn’t pushed as it rolled to a 112-58 win over Robbinsville in its season opener last week, Greg Hand still saw the meet…

Featuring a Core of Talented, Committed Seniors PHS Boys’ Swimming Primed for Special Season

In 2012, a stellar group of seniors helped the Princeton High boys’ swimming team make history as it went undefeated and won the program’s first-ever state title. That group of…

Clayton Helps PDS Boys’ Hockey Lift Its Game As Panthers Take 3rd Straight Rulon-Miller Crown

Even though the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team posted a 6-4 win over Rye Country Day (N.Y.) last Friday in the opening round of its Harry Rulon-Miller ’51 Invitational…

With Linzmayer Starring at Both Ends of Ice, PDS Girls’ Hockey Ends Drought at Invitational

Coming into last weekend, the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team hadn’t won its annual Harry Rulon-Miller ’51 Invitational since 2002, a drought that Robin Linzmayer and her senior classmates…

With Seniors Ready to Fill Void Left by Reed’s Exit PDS Boys’ Hoops Aiming to Maintain Winning Ways

Having ended his Princeton Day School boys’ basketball career last winter with a program record 2,102 points, Davon Reed can’t be replaced. But while superstar guard Reed, who is currently…

Focusing on Developing Fundamentals, Stuart Hoops Poised to Make Progress

As Dana Leary heads into her second season as the head coach of the Stuart Country Day School basketball team, she feels that the program is headed in the right…