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    • 1926-1927 Basketball 

      After beginning the season by losing six of their first seven contests, the 1926-1927 Pingry Basketball squad rallied to win six of their final eight to finish with a respectable 7-9 record. The team's comeback shows the ...
    • 1927-1928 Football 

      The 1927 Football squad got off to a disappointing 0-4 start, but through the ceaseless efforts of Coach Williams, it developed a passing attack and recovered to win its final four contests and finish with an even record. ...
    • 1928-1929 Baseball 

      The Pingry Baseball squad had an inconsistent yet exciting season during the spring of 1929. Against a schedule of state and county powerhouses, the Blue and White lost some and won some, with highlights including victories ...
    • 1929-1930 Baseball 

      The 1930 season could hardly be called successful, but the team did show good spirit and always wanted to "play ball," even though only one game was won. At least half the games were lost on account of a last inning rally ...
    • 1929-1930 Basketball 

      Since few lettermen returned this year it was necessary for Coach Buchanan to mold practically a new team into shape. With hard work, they were able to earn a respectable record of 5-7, given the circumstances. Even though ...
    • 1929-1930 Soccer 

      Soccer is a comparatively new sport at Pingry. Various attempts to inaugurate it into the athletics here have been unsuccessful, but this year it has met with marked favor and is now firmly established as a minor sport. ...
    • 1929-1930 Track and Field 

      Led by Coach Reed and Captain Burton Kellogg, the 1930 Track and Field team scheduled seven meets, including contests against Bordentown Military and Newark Academy, as well as the annual school track meet.