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Spring scholastic sport teams open season

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The Princeton High baseball team got off to a nice start for new head coach Dom Capuano when it opened the season with a 17-2 victory at Trenton on Monday. 

Tommy Delaney recorded three hits and scored three runs, while Eli Okoye drove in three runs and Tommy Reid delivered two hits and drove in two runs. The Little Tigers fell to 1-1 with an 8-4 loss to Piscataway on Tuesday.

The Montgomery baseball team is 1-1 after splitting its first two games. The Cougars opened the season with a 7-4 victory over Burlington Township on Monday. Matt Youngberg collected two its and drove in two runs. Montgomery fell to 1-1 with a 4-0 loss at Phillipsburg on Tuesday.

The Hun School baseball team is off to a 5-0 start, outscoring its opponents, 55-10, in the process. Tuffy McGwire and Andy Blake each produced three hits and drove in two runs in a 15-8 victory over the Hill School on Wednesday. Dan Melnick registered two hits and drove in three runs in the victory.

The Princeton Day School baseball team is 0-2 after losses to Pennington and Monroe. Brendan Bucceri had two hits and drove in a run in an 18-4 loss to Monroe on Wednesday.

In softball, Hun is 3-0 following a 12-0 victory over Peddie on Tuesday. Erin Harrigan tossed a four-hitter and struck out six. Nora Shea and Megan Donohue each recorded two hits and drove in three runs for the Raiders.

In boys' lacrosse, Montgomery is 3-0 following a 14-1 victory at Hillsborough on Tuesday. Max Drift scored five goals, while Kyle Howard registered a goal and four assists. Noah Lin made five saves in goal for the Cougars.

Hun is 2-0 with decisions over PDS and Mercersburg. In a 16-2 victory over Mercersburg on Saturday, Charlie White collected three goals and two assists, while Trevor Deubner ended with two goals and four assists.

PDS is 2-1 following a 17-3 victory over Princeton. Princeton fell to 1-2 with the loss. The Little Tigers had opened the season with a 7-5 victory over West Windsor-Plainsboro South as Charles Hamit, Alex Park and Patrick McDonald each scored two goals.

The Princeton Day girls' lacrosse team is 2-2 following a 15-10 victory over Shipley on Wednesday. Zoe Cook scored seven goals to pace the offense for the Panthers. Maddie Birch contributed four goals and three assists.

Princeton is 2-0 after topping Robbinsville, 16-1, last Saturday. Mariana Lopez-Ona scored six goals to pace the offense for the Little Tigers. Montgomery is 1-1 after a 16-5 loss to Hillsborough on Tuesday. The Cougars opened the season with an 8-5 victory over Watchung Hills as Kate Heidt scored four goals.

Hun opened the season with a 14-10 victory over South Brunswick before losing three straight games. Ally Cowen hit for five goals and Nicole Renna scored four against South Brunswick. Stuart Country Day dropped a 14-5 decision to Pennington in its opener on Tuesday. Jaelyn Bennett scored three goals in the loss.

The Montgomery boys' tennis team is 2-0 after a 5-0 triumph over Bridgewater-Raritan on Tuesday. James Hopper, Eric Li and Philip Szkudlarski swept the singles matches in the victory. Princeton is 0-2 after a 5-0 loss to WW-P North on Tuesday. Hun is 0-1 after falling at Mercersburg last Saturday.

The Montgomery golf team is 1-1 after a 168-179 victory against Bridgewater-Raritan on Wednesday. Andy Xin shot the low round of the match with a 39. Princeton opened the season with a 176-187 victoryover Lawrence on Tuesday. Adam MacMillan shot a 40 for the low round of the match. Hun fell to Pennington, 198-227, in its opener. Jack Kearns, Paul Argiriou and Jack Tarzy each shot a 45 in the match. 

The Montgomery girls' golf team opened the season with a 166-222 victory over Watchung Hills on Wednesday.

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