The top-seeded Hun School baseball team advanced to the semifinals of the Mercer County Tournament with a 4-1 victory over eighth-seeded Trenton Catholic in the quarterfinals on Wednesday.
Princeton, the No. 15 seed, had advanced to the quarterfinals with a 1-0 victory over second-seeded Hamilton on Monday. Ben Amons tossed a two-hitter and struck out 10 to earn the decision.
Princeton then lost to Lawrence, 6-3, on Wednesday in the quarterfinals.
The Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team advanced to the semifinals of the state Prep B tournament before it dropped a 21-12 decision to Trinity Hall. Elle Anhut, Maddie Birch and Zoe Cook scored three goals apiece in the loss. Stuart Country Day School fell to Montclair Kimberley in the quarterfinals. Kaitlyn Magnani and Anna Gill each scored a goal for Stuart.
The Stuart County Day track and field team won its second straight state Prep B championship on Monday at Newark Academy in Livingston.
Alex Ottomanelli won the 100-meter hurdles and the 800 meters. Nia Melvin won the javelin and Emerlee Simons won the 400 meters. The Tartans were coming off a winter season in which they also repeated as Prep B state champion.
The Montgomery High boys’ tennis team captured the championship of the prestigious Newark Academy Tournament with a 4-1 victory over Newark Academy.
The Cougars are the No. 1 seed in the Central Jersey, Group 4 state sectional tournament. They will open play against the winner of the match between eighth-seeded North Brunswick and ninth-seeded Monroe. Princeton is the No. 2 seed in the Central Jersey, Group 3 state sectional tournament and will open play against 10th-seeded Brick Memorial.
The Hun School’s Amanda Jenkins finished eighth at the Mercer County Girls' Golf Tournament. Jenkins shot an 84 to help the Raiders finish fifth as a team at Mercer Oaks Golf Course in West Windsor. Lawrenceville’s Serena Chen won the individual title with a 72, while West Windsor-Plainsboro North claimed the team title.