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Adapting to New Coach Shelley’s Focus on Process, PHS Boys’ Cross Country Headed in Right Direction

While Mark Shelley is hoping for good results in his first year guiding the Princeton High boys’ cross country team, he is more focused on building the foundation for success.…

Tennis Charity Started by PDS’s Devulapalli Making Global Impact Through Labor of Love

When Neeraj Devulapalli started doing volunteer work five years ago for the National Junior Tennis and Learning of Trenton (NJTLT), his focus was local. “I liked the experience and what…

PDS Boys’ Soccer Feeling Growing Pains As Young Squad Gains Valuable Experience

For much of the first half last Wednesday, the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team held its own as it hosted cross-town rival Hun. After surrendering a goal at the…

Hun Girls’ Soccer Earns First Victory; Aiming to Peak Down the Homestretch

Even though the Hun School girls’ soccer team lost 4-2 to Pennington School last week in falling to 0-7 on the season, Joanna Hallac liked what she saw from her…

Doomed by Turnovers in Defeat To Germantown, Hun Football Hopes to Get Into Win Column at Blair

In the first three games of the season, the Hun School football team has done a lot of good things. The Raiders have displayed an ability to move the ball…

Sparked by Breakthrough Effort From Kirton, Stuart Field Hockey Gets Big Win Over WW/P-N

Over the first 10 games of the season, Madison Kirton hadn’t scored a goal for the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team. But as Stuart hosted WW/P-N last Thursday,…

After Grounding Out 50-22 Victory at Georgetown, PU Football Primed for Ivy Opener With Columbia

In routing Georgetown 50-22 last Saturday, the Princeton University football team did something it hadn’t accomplished in nearly 13 years. It marked the first time a Tiger squad had reached…

Princeton Men’s Soccer Posts 1-1 Weekend; Needs More Urgency Heading Into Ivy Play

Hosting Florida International (FIU) on Friday and Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) two days later, the Princeton University men’s soccer got off to a slow start in both contests. On…

Failing to Capitalize on Scoring Opportunities, PU Women’s Soccer Falls to Yale in Ivy Opener

A year ago, the Princeton University women’s soccer team rallied from an early deficit to pull out a 2-1 overtime win at Yale in the Ivy League opener. The bounces…

Sophomore Rosca Breezes to 1st Singles Crown at MCT; Helping PHS Girls’ Tennis Take 2nd in Team Standings

After finishing second at first singles at the Mercer County Tournament (MCT) last fall as a freshman and being seeded No.1 coming into this year’s tourney, it would have been…