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QB Searfoss Shows Potential with 5 TD Passes As Hun Football Rolls Past Poly Prep 47-28

While lacrosse may be Blake Searfoss’ first sporting love, football is starting to grow on him. Searfoss, the all-time assists leader for Hunterdon Central, was set to play college lax…

PU Football Makes Valiant 2nd Half Rally in Opener But Still Falls Short in 17-14 Loss to No. 13 Lehigh

When the Princeton University football team started its season by falling behind 13th-ranked Lehigh 17-0 at halftime last Saturday, it looked like the same old story for a Tiger program…

Building on Strong 2nd Half Against Georgetown, PU Men’s Soccer Wins 1-0 Nailbiter at Villanova

Hosting nationally ranked Georgetown last Friday evening, the Princeton University men’s soccer team seemed overmatched in the early going. The Tigers were outshot 10-4 by the No. 12 Hoyas and…

PU Alumna Lawrence Savors Olympic Bronze; Proud of How U.S. Epee Team Came Together

Maya Lawrence pulled an upset in her opening bout in the individual epee at the London Olympics last month but ended up being angry with herself for getting eliminated in…

Sloppy Play Dooms PHS Football in Hightstown Loss; Little Tigers Need to Sharpen Up for WW/P-S Clash

Although his Princeton High football team fell 38-12 at Hightstown last Friday night, Joe Gargione doesn’t feel that there is that much difference between the two squads. “We didn’t lose…

Despite Rare Regular Season Setbacks, PHS Boys’ Soccer Remaining Confident

Over the three campaigns from 2009-11, the Princeton High boys’ soccer team didn’t lose a game in regular season play. Last week, the proud PHS side dropped two early season…

With Senior Star Jenkins Triggering Attack, PDS Field Hockey Produces Sizzling Start

After the Princeton Day School field hockey team generated a total of one goal in three preseason scrimmages and tied Germantown Academy (Pa.) 2-2 in its season opener, Andrea Jenkins…

In Absorbing Tough 4-1 Loss to Peddie; PDS Boys’ Soccer Shows Inexperience

After being held scoreless in its first three games this season, the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team took a step forward in its contest against visiting Peddie last Wednesday.…

Stuart Field Hockey Making Good Progress As Young Players Prove to be Quick Learners

As the Stuart Country Day field hockey team played at Princeton Day School last week, Missy Bruvik carried on a constant dialog with her players, instructing both those on the…

Focusing on the Present With Hope for the Future, PU Football Believes It’s Ready to Turn Corner

When assessing the state of a Princeton University football program that is coming off back-to-back 1-9 seasons, Tiger head coach Bob Surace cites the words of a legendary figure around…