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Hun Softball Falls in Prep A Semis But Sees Promising Future Ahead

For the Hun School softball team, beating Peddie in late April proved to be a double-edged sword when the rivals met again last Thursday in the state Prep A semifinal.…

Failing to Produce Another Late Surge, Hun Baseball Falters in Prep A Tourney

After his Hun School baseball team topped Lawrenceville 4-2 last Wednesday in the opening round of the state Prep A tournament, Bill McQuade sensed that his team could be primed…

Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Fights to the End But Drops Nailbiter to Virginia in NCAAs

During their NFL championship run in the early 1960s, the proud Green Bay Packer players used to say they never lost a game, they just ran out of time. As…

Showing Its Development, Depth of Talent, PU Open Crew Wins Ivy Sprints Team Title

When Princeton University women’s open crew head coach Lori Dauphiny  looks back on the inaugural Ivy League Sprints, one image, in particular, will come to her mind. “Every kid from…

PU Women’s Water Polo Gains Lessons In Taking 6th at NCAA Championship

For the Princeton University women’s water polo team, its first-ever trip to the NCAA Championship proved to be eye-opening on several levels. “No doubt there was a lot of excitement;…

Focus on Good Things Leads to Something Great As PHS Girls’ Track Takes First County Crown

Jim Smirk has adopted a straightforward mantra this spring for his Princeton High girls’ track team. “We have been telling the kids to do good things and good things will…

Relishing Her Time With PHS Girls’ Lax Family Senior Star Reilly Hoping for Deep State Run

While Katie Reilly was bitterly disappointed when the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team fell to WW/P-S last week in the Mercer County Tournament quarters to end its title defense, she…

With Rifkin Stepping Up in Final Season, PHS Boys’ Lacrosse Looking Dangerous

Even though the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team was trailing Northern Burlington 9-7 going into the fourth quarter of their Mercer County Tournament opening round contest last Saturday, Alex Rifkin…

Hoffman Sees PHS Baseball as Labor of Love; Playing With Friends Outweighs Losing Record

On one hand, it was another tough day in a disappointing spring for the Princeton High baseball team. Battling Nottingham tooth and nail, PHS came up short, losing 4-2 to…

Reaping the Fruits of Daily Hard Work; Hun Boys’ Lax Making Steady Progress

As the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team breaks out of its huddles during games, the players typically shout ‘1-2-3, hard work’ in unison. That rallying cry is an apt description…