Here are some highlights of the tennis season. The tennis players practiced their skills and had fun. They helped with transporting the wagon, listening to all of the coaches' instructions and being positive and cooperative. Coaches greatly enjoyed teaching students the fundamentals of playing tennis on court 1. The players showed tremendous improvement and can now hit backhand and forehand shots. It was a great experience for all.
Coach Muhlstein & Coach Porello
The Princeton Middle School field hockey team ended the season with an 8-1 record. The team scored a total of 26 goals with 14 of the goals coming off assists. The team worked as a unit constantly encouraging and cheering each other on. Although there were a variety of skill levels when the season started, each player improved tremendously and always gave 100% effort. We are most proud of the good sportsmanship every player showed both on and off the field. We could not be more proud of our players! Go Tigers!
Coach Hubert & Coach Federico
The PMSXC Program had a successful and fun Fall 2022 Season. This season we had over 90 runners who participated, and both boys' team and girls' team finished the regular season with 10-0 records. We opted to enter the New Jersey Middle School State Cross Country Championship 3K at Montgomery Middle School and our girls' team finished 2nd in the state, while our boys' team finished 3rd in the state. Our top 7 boys averaged 12:32 for 2 miles, and our top 7 girls averaged 13:10 for 2 miles. Every single runner on our team improved their 2-mile time drastically throughout the season, and we were able to include every runner at every regular season meet. We had over 40 runners participate in the State Championship as well, which was our biggest turnout yet. Overall we had a fun and rewarding season with the team, and we look forward to continue helping our runners develop their abilities going forward.
The Princeton Middle School Boys Soccer A team had an undefeated season at 6-0. It was one of the more talented groups of players in recent memory, and if they stay together through high school, they should contend for a state championship or two.