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    • 1908-1909 Track and Field 

      The Pingry Track and Field program had not flourished since 1906, but this year, under a capable leader, it has taken a decided brace. The team has entered several New York meets, has held two successful indoor meets, and ...
    • 1909-1910 Baseball 

      The 1910 Baseball team sprang into action in the spring, playing solidly throughout their long eighteen game schedule. The boys brought talent and determination to every game to remain a competitive force with their opponents.
    • 1909-1910 Football 

      The 1909 Football team did very creditable work considering their light weight. They may have tallied a somewhat underwhelming 3-8-1 record, but the boys fought each opponent to the very end and were competitive in each contest.
    • 1909-1910 Ice Hockey 

      The young Pingry Ice Hockey team did not flourish during the 1909-1910 season, owing largely to the poor weather. In the few games played the boys did well considering their lack of available practice time, keeping both ...
    • 1909-1910 Tennis 

      The 1910 Tennis team scored two straight wins to start their season, against Upsala College and Kingsley School, putting the young program in a great position to compile a winning record.
    • 1909-1910 Track and Field 

      The Track and Field squad, under capable leadership and coaching, was decidedly good in the spring of 1910, having entered several meets and having held the seventeenth annual meet at the Pingry School.
    • 1910-1911 Baseball 

      Captained by second baseman Max Marston and coached by Mr. Shreve, the 1911 Baseball team played a tough sixteen game schedule which lasted from early April through the first week in June.
    • 1910-1911 Football 

      The 1910 Pingry Football squad was one of the most dominating in the history of the school. Not only did the boys compile an excellent 7-1 record, but they outscored their opponents an astounding 214-11, including wins of ...
    • 1910-1911 Tennis 

      Captained by Max Marston, Pingry's three man Tennis team participated in six events during the spring of 1911, including bouts against Newark Academy and Upsala College. Despite the small team, the boys came were determined ...
    • 1910-1911 Track and Field 

      The 1911 Track and Field squad ramped up their participation this spring by entering in twelve meets, including three season opening cross country events and the Penn Relays. The team members rose to the challenge of this ...
    • 1911-1912 Baseball 

      Winning by a score of 17-16, the Pingry Baseball team started their 1912 season with a hard fought victory that propelled them to a successful campaign. This hard fought win help set the tone for the rest of the season.
    • 1911-1912 Football 

      With a record of 5-0-1, the 1911 Pingry Football team turned in a dominating season. Playing with impressive skill and determination, the talented players only let their opponents score a total of five points in six games.
    • 1912 Blue Book 

      The official student yearbook of the Pingry School, published annually from 1908.
    • 1914-1915 Baseball 

      Captained by second baseman Walter Stamm and coached by Mr. Bohnet, the 1915 Baseball team played a tough fifteen game schedule which lasted from early April through the first week in June.
    • 1914-1915 Basketball 

      Basketball took the place of ice hockey at Pingry during the winter of 1914-1915. After starting the season winless in their first five contests, the boys in blue proceeded to win four of their final five contests to secure ...
    • 1914-1915 Football 

      After an autumn of hard, consistent work, the 1914 Football team closed their season with a victory over Battin High School on Thanksgiving Day. The win reflected the hard work and determination shown by the boys during ...
    • 1914-1915 Tennis 

      The 1915 Tennis team of Seeber, Haupt, and Captain Potts got their six game spring schedule off to a good start by defeating Poly Prep 3-2, paving the way for a successful campaign.