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led by Randall West with 14 points. Lawrenceville plays at Pennington on December 5 before taking part in the Peddie School Invitational Tournament from December 7-9. ——— Girls’ Hockey: Unable to get its offense going, Lawrenceville lost twice last weekend on a trip to New England. On Saturday, the Big Red fell 1-0 to Taft. A day later, L aw rencev ille dropped a 9-1 decision at Choate. The Big Red, now 1-2, are next in action when they host the Quakers club team on December 8. ———

THEY’RE NO. 1: Members of the Princeton Basketball Club (PBC) 5th/6th grade girls’ team celebrate after recently winning the title in the Monroe Sports Center fall basketball league. The PBC squad topped Manalapan 21-13 in the championship game to finish the season with a 6-3 record. Pictured in the front row, from left, are Faith Carver, Karina Bharatiya, Samantha Singer, Eva Petrone, Shayla Marciano, Anna Intartaglia, and Sonia Bharatiya. In the back row, from left, are coach Clarence White, Kendall Levine, Angela Rose Quinn, Ella Kotsen, Olivia Intartaglia, Catherine Dyevich, and May Kotsen.

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Girls’ Basketball: Carey Million led the way as Hun topped Pennington 54-32 last Friday in the season opener for both teams. Senior forward Million scored 13 points in the win while Erica Brown had 11. The Raiders play at Penn Charter (Pa.) on December 6 before hosting the Shipley School ( Pa.) on December 8 and Lawrenceville on December 11. ——— Boys’ Hockey: Alex Vukasin had a big game as Hun tied Calvert Hall (Md.) 4-4 last Friday. Senior forward Vukasin tallied two goals as the Raiders moved to 0-11. Hun plays at the Pingry School on December 7 and the Chestnut Hill Academy (Pa.) on December 11. ———

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PDS B oys’ Hoc ke y : Connor Bitterman and Cody Triolo led the way as PDS routed Malvern Prep (Pa. ) 8-0 last Thursday in its season opener. Junior Bitterman and senior Triolo each scored two goals with senior goalie Connor Walker making 24 saves in earning the shutout. PDS kept rolling on Monday as it topped the Pennington School 10-0. In upcoming action, the Panthers host the Harry Rulon-Miller ’51 Invitational Ice Hockey Tournament at PDS from December 7-8 at McGraw Rink. The Panthers are slated to play Rye Country Day on December 7 in the opening round of the tourney. ———

LAX will do its best to accommodate all players interested in joining the House League. PG LAX will also be offering its K-2 Clinic on Sunday afternoons for girls in grades K-2. The cost of the K-2 Clinic is $125. For m or e i n for m at ion about the PG LAX, please visit the PG Lax website at www.pglax.com.

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The Nassau Tennis Club is offering a free instructional tennis clinic for adults who have never (or barely) played tennis. The free 60-minute sessions will be held on: • December 10, 10 : 30 a.m.; • December 11, 11 a.m.; • December 12, 9:30 a.m.; • December 13, 10 : 30 a.m.; • December 15, 9 a.m.; • December 16, 5:30 p.m. The registration for Winter 2012 programs opens on December 1. Nassau Tennis offers instructional clinics for juniors and adults at all ability levels — from beginners to the advanced player as well as winter leagues. Sat, Sun Nassau Tennis is located in Skillman and the facility has 10 indoor hard courts, 5 outdoor Har-Tru courts, pro shop, pool, and a club house with locker rooms, viewing areas, babysitting, workout rooms and an area for socializing and parties. To register for the clinics or leagues, visit www.nas sautennis.net or call (908) 3598730. ———

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