The Stuart Country Day School girls' lacrosse team opened the state Prep B tournament with a 17-6 victory over Rutgers Prep on Tuesday. Grace Sheppard and Jaelyn Bennett each scored four goals to spark the victory. Princeton topped West Windsor-Plainsboro North, 21-6, on Wednesday to improve to 8-1. Mariana Lopez-Ona scored five goals and Eva Petrone produced four goals in the victory. Hun fell to 2-6 with a 12-11 loss to Pennington. Ally Cowan scored five goals in the loss. PDS is 5-5 after a 12-5 setback to Notre Dame. Zoe Cook scored twice in the loss. Montgomery fell to 3-5 with a 17-2 loss to Mount St. Mary’s on Tuesday. Antonia Chugunov and Kate Heidt each had a goal and an assist in the defeat.

The Montgomery High softball team had its five-game winning streak snapped with a 5-0 loss to Burlington Township on Wednesday. The Cougars, who are 10-3, had beaten Watchung Hills, 5-1, on Monday. Sierra Cooper, Tori Ferraiolo and Madison Wilson each had two hits in the victory. The Hun School improved to 6-4 with a 10-1 decision over Hill on Wednesday. Hanna Babuschak collected four hits and drove in four runs to lead Hun. Princeton slipped to 0-10 with a loss to Steinert on Tuesday. 

Princeton Day School rallied with four runs in the bottom of the seventh to defat Gill-St. Bernard’s, 9-8, on Tuesday. John Carroll recorded three hits and drove in four runs as the Panthers improved to 4-5. Princeton slipped to 3-8 with a 9-3 loss to West Windsor-Plainsboro South on Tuesday. Judd Petrone and Owen Seals each had two hits in the loss. Montgomery is 2-6-1 after a 6-0 setback to South Plainfield on Wednesday. The Cougars had tied Watchung Hills, 7-7, on Tuesday. Ryan McKenna collected three hits in the game.

The Hun boys' lacrosse team improved to 8-0 with a 21-8 decision at Shawnee on Wednesday. The Raiders will open play in the state Prep A tournament on Monday against Peddie. Montgomery topped Immacuata, 14-2, on Tuesday to improve to 8-2. Dan Boyer had four goals and Max Drift scored three in the victory. PDS improved to 8-2 with a 15-5 victory over Robbinsville on Wednesday. Cal Caputo scored eight goals in the decision.

The Princeton boys' tennis team improved to 6-2 with its sixth straight victory, topping Hamilton, 5-0, on Wednesday. Justin Lyu, Dylan Parker and Ethan Parker swept the singles matches for the Little Tigers. PDS topped Peddie, 5-2, on Wednesday to improve to 3-2. Neel Adusmilli won at first singles for the Panthers. Montgomery is 10-0 after a 5-0 triumph over North Hunterdon on Tuesday. James Hopper, Phillip Szkudlarski and Anirudh Maddali swept the singles. Hun fell to 0-6 with a 5-0 loss to Pennington.

The Montgomery boys' golf team fell to 3-9 with a 162-172 loss to Ridge. Owen Stryker shot a 42 for the Cougars. Hun topped Hill, 205-216, to improve to 4-2. Christian Deussing shot a 38 and Kevin Chen shot a 41 for the Raiders. Princeton improved to 6-1 with a 168-239 victory over Hamilton. Adam MacMillan shot a 37 for the Little Tigers. PDS is 0-8 after falling to Pingry, 165-206. Alex DiNovi shot a 49 for the Panthers.  

The Stuart Country Day School girls' lacrosse team opened the state Prep B tournament with a 17-6 victory over Rutgers Prep on Tuesday. Grace Sheppard and Jaelyn Bennett each scored four goals to spark the victory. Princeton topped West Windsor-Plainsboro North, 21-6, on Wednesday to improve to 8-1. Mariana Lopez-Ona scored five goals and Eva Petrone produced four goals in the victory. Hun fell to 2-6 with a 12-11 loss to Pennington. Ally Cowan scored five goals in the loss. PDS is 5-5 after a 12-5 setback to Notre Dame. Zoe Cook scored twice in the loss. Montgomery fell to 3-5 with a 17-2 loss to Mount St. Mary’s on Tuesday. Antonia Chugunov and Kate Heidt each had a goal and an assist in the defeat.

The Montgomery High softball team had its five-game winning streak snapped with a 5-0 loss to Burlington Township on Wednesday. The Cougars, who are 10-3, had beaten Watchung Hills, 5-1, on Monday. Sierra Cooper, Tori Ferraiolo and Madison Wilson each had two hits in the victory. The Hun School improved to 6-4 with a 10-1 decision over Hill on Wednesday. Hanna Babuschak collected four hits and drove in four runs to lead Hun. Princeton slipped to 0-10 with a loss to Steinert on Tuesday. 

Princeton Day School rallied with four runs in the bottom of the seventh to defat Gill-St. Bernard’s, 9-8, on Tuesday. John Carroll recorded three hits and drove in four runs as the Panthers improved to 4-5. Princeton slipped to 3-8 with a 9-3 loss to West Windsor-Plainsboro South on Tuesday. Judd Petrone and Owen Seals each had two hits in the loss. Montgomery is 2-6-1 after a 6-0 setback to South Plainfield on Wednesday. The Cougars had tied Watchung Hills, 7-7, on Tuesday. Ryan McKenna collected three hits in the game.

The Hun boys' lacrosse team improved to 8-0 with a 21-8 decision at Shawnee on Wednesday. The Raiders will open play in the state Prep A tournament on Monday against Peddie. Montgomery topped Immacuata, 14-2, on Tuesday to improve to 8-2. Dan Boyer had four goals and Max Drift scored three in the victory. PDS improved to 8-2 with a 15-5 victory over Robbinsville on Wednesday. Cal Caputo scored eight goals in the decision.

The Princeton boys' tennis team improved to 6-2 with its sixth straight victory, topping Hamilton, 5-0, on Wednesday. Justin Lyu, Dylan Parker and Ethan Parker swept the singles matches for the Little Tigers. PDS topped Peddie, 5-2, on Wednesday to improve to 3-2. Neel Adusmilli won at first singles for the Panthers. Montgomery is 10-0 after a 5-0 triumph over North Hunterdon on Tuesday. James Hopper, Phillip Szkudlarski and Anirudh Maddali swept the singles. Hun fell to 0-6 with a 5-0 loss to Pennington.

The Montgomery boys' golf team fell to 3-9 with a 162-172 loss to Ridge. Owen Stryker shot a 42 for the Cougars. Hun topped Hill, 205-216, to improve to 4-2. Christian Deussing shot a 38 and Kevin Chen shot a 41 for the Raiders. Princeton improved to 6-1 with a 168-239 victory over Hamilton. Adam MacMillan shot a 37 for the Little Tigers. PDS is 0-8 after falling to Pingry, 165-206. Alex DiNovi shot a 49 for the Panthers.  

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