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    • 1978-1979 Football 

      The 1978 Pingry Football team, under the leadership of captains Peter Marano, Bob Stefani, and John Mcllwain, ended the season with a 4-4 record. Coach George Christow and his staff are looking forward to the 1979 season ...
    • 1978-1979 Ice Hockey 

      The Varsity Ice Hockey team coached by Mr. Gerald Keane and Mr. Andy Kannenburg has, in only its second season, compiled its first winning season, finishing with a record of 8-6-2. The surprise success of the budding program ...
    • 1979-1980 Ice Hockey 

      In only its third year in existence, the Pingry Boys Ice Hockey team turned in a season for the ages, compiling a staggering 17-3-1 record and appearing in the State Tournament. With its fantastic winning record, the young ...
    • 1980-1981 Football 

      Pingry's Varsity Football team had high hopes for the 1980 fall season. Although they lost seven of nine games, they beat Montclair Kimberly Academy as well as Hun, and the coaches felt strongly the team was much better ...
    • 1980-1981 Ice Hockey 

      The 1980-1981 Pingry Ice Hockey team put a fitting end to their rollercoaster season by taking the Prep Division B State Championship in an exciting 3-2 overtime win against Morristown Beard. They closed the season with a ...
    • 1980-1981 Lacrosse 

      This year's Varsity Lacrosse team finished with a record of seven wins and ten losses. Playing against the best teams in the state, many from schools much larger than Pingry, the team played competitively in all their contests.
    • 1981-1982 Ice Hockey 

      Pingry's 1981-1982 Varsity Ice Hockey team concluded its first season in the A division with an impressive 12-6-1 record. The boys enjoyed further success by securing an unexpectedly strong fourth place finish in the State ...
    • 1981-1982 Lacrosse 

      The Pingry Lacrosse team had an excellent campaign during the 1981-1982 school year. The boys compiled a solid 9-6 record and reached the State Prep Tournament where they lost a tough first round game to Lawrenceville.