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Vol. LXV, No. 36
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
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SPRINT TECHNIQUE: Steve Everette makes a point in action last season while serving as the assistant coach of the Princeton University sprint football team. Everette, the former head coach of the Princeton High football program, has been promoted to the helm of the Tiger sprint squad. Everette, who took PHS from mediocrity to the state playoffs, faces another rebuilding project with Princeton, which has been lodged in the cellar of the Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL) for more than a decade. Everette and the Tigers will look to get on the right track when Princeton opens its season by playing at Penn on September 16.

Everette Enjoying Latest Reclamation Project, Working to Get PU Sprint Football Up to Speed

Bill Alden

For Steve Everette, the Christmas of 2010 is one that he will never forget.

Getting Off to Right Foot in Preseason, PHS Boys’ Soccer Primed for Big Fall

Bill Alden

If summer training is any indication, it looks like the Princeton High boys’ soccer team is headed for another big fall.

Learning Lessons From Last Fall’s Hard Knocks, PHS Football Sees Improvement on the Horizon

Bill Alden

While guiding the Princeton High football team to a 0-10 record last fall in his debut season as head coach was painful, Joe Gargione believes he will be better for the experience.

PDS Boys’ Soccer Boasts Skilled Players, But Needs to Recapture Winning Mentality

Bill Alden

While the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team displayed plenty of skill in winning both the Mercer County Tournament and state Prep B titles last fall, it was desire that made the difference in the banner season.

After Making Huge Strides Last Season, PDS Field Hockey Aims to Take Next Step

Bill Alden

Last fall, the Princeton Day School field hockey team emerged as one of the feel-good stories of the season.

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