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Viewing Defeat to Pennington as Learning Experience, PDS Boys’ Soccer Aims to Apply Lessons in Postseason

Having won just twice in its first 11 games, the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer knew it faced an uphill battle last Friday when it hosted a powerful Pennington squad…

Showing Resolve in Dealing With Adversity, Hun Girls’ Soccer Primed for Stretch Drive

The deluge that hit the area Monday afternoon led to the cancellation of a number of high school athletic events. But the rain didn’t dampen the spirit of the Hun…

Capping a Year That Has Brought Triumph, Cancer Battle PU Men’s Squash Coach Callahan Entering Hall of Fame

On February 19, Bob Callahan’s arms were weary from hugging people after he guided his Princeton University men’s squash team to a win for the ages as it rallied to…

Taking Another Major Step in the Right Direction, PU Football Routs Lafayette for 2nd Straight Win

As his Princeton University football team battled Lafayette to a standstill in the first half last Saturday evening, Bob Surace had a flashback to his days with the Cincinnati Bengals.…

Senior Star Sharkey Applying National Team Training, Providing Scoring Punch for No. 3 Tiger Field Hockey

While Kat Sharkey was disappointed when she didn’t make the U.S. Olympic field hockey team for the London Games after spending a year training with the national program, she wasn’t…

With Nabatoff Adding an Assist Along With Defense, PU Women’s Soccer Tops Brown, Now 3-0 in Ivy Play

While Alison Nabatoff has been a starter since her freshman season with the Princeton University women’s soccer team in 2009, the star defender hadn’t scored a point in her first…

With Senior Star Halliday Providing Leadership; PHS Boys’ Soccer Primed for Big Postseason Run

After rolling to a 6-0 win over visiting Ewing last week, a bunch of the players on the Princeton High boys’ soccer team made a beeline for a pile of…

PHS Girls’ Tennis Shows Grit in Taking 3rd at MCT; But Rues What Might Have Been if at Full Strength

In late September, the Princeton High girls’ tennis team marked itself as surefire contenders for the Mercer County Tournament (MCT) championship, beating perennial power WW/P-S 4-1 in a dual match.…

PDS Singles Star Asch Achieves MCT 4-Peat; Leading the Way as Panthers Take 5th Overall

Samantha Asch possessed firsthand knowledge of the challenge she faced when she played Christina Rosca last Wednesday in the first singles final at the Mercer County Tournament (MCT). Princeton Day…

Maintaining Work Ethic Despite Rocky Start, Hun Boys’ Soccer Reaping Fruits of Its Labor

When the Hun School boys’ soccer team lost its first four games this fall, it could have suffered from an uncomfortable sense of deja vu. In 2011, Hun started 0-10…