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Gargione Steps Down as PHS Football Coach, Proud of Guiding Program Through Adversity

As a teacher of engineering drawing and architecture, Joe Gargione preaches precision and attention to detail. So when Gargione decided to step down in mid-December as the head coach of…

With Sophomore Andres Assuming Leadership Role, PHS Boys’ Hockey Hopeful About 2013 Prospects

Princeton High boys’ hockey player Jack Andres got a jolt recently at lunch and it had nothing to do with what he was eating. “It was a big surprise when…

Displaying Killer Instinct in Beating Bucknell Princeton Men’s Basketball Gets On Winning Track

After the Princeton University men’s basketball team fell to Fordham in mid-December, the Tiger players weren’t feeling much holiday cheer. “I really feel like after the Fordham loss, there was…

PU Sports Saw Championship Breakthroughs in 2012 While Traditional High School Powers Hit New Heights

For local athletes, 2012 was a year that saw some breakthrough championships achieved by Princeton University programs while some traditional high school powers hit new heights. In February, the Princeton…

Freshman Brase Makes Impact in First Start As Princeton Men’s Basketball Defeats Rider

Hans Brase kept an even keel as he looked forward to making his first start for the Princeton University men’s basketball team when it hosted Rider last Thursday. “It was…

With Senior Guard Bloom Setting Positive Tone, PHS Boys’ Basketball Gets on Winning Track

Ellis Bloom and his teammates on the Princeton High boys’ basketball team were disappointed when they squandered a late lead in falling to Hopewell Valley in overtime in their season…

Having Committed to University of Miami, PDS Boys’ Hoops Star Reed Aiming for Titles

While recently committing to join the University of Miami men’s basketball program took a load off of his mind, Davon Reed is not about to relax as he plays his…

After Gaining Skill, Toughness in Canadian Boys’ Leagues, PU Goalie Newell Headed to U18 Women’s Hockey Worlds

While being a hockey goalie necessarily puts one in high pressure situations, Kimberly Newell faced additional strain as she learned the position. Growing up in British Columbia, Newell had to…

PU Women’s Hoops Dealing With Injuries But Hopes to Gain From the Experience

When the Princeton University women’s basketball team played at Villanova last Wednesday, the Tigers didn’t show their usual zip in the early going. Digging an early 15-8 hole, the Tigers…

State Title Campaign in the Rear View Mirror, PHS Boys’ Swimmers Excited About New Challenges

Although the Princeton High boys’ swimming team produced a season for the ages last winter, going undefeated on the way to the program’s first state Public B title, the squad…