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    • 1993-1994 Track and Field - Boys 

      The 1994 Boys Track and Field team faced a tough schedule this spring, but with hard work and team commitment the team compiled a successful 6-1 record. Along with numerous fine individual accomplishments, the boys acquitted ...
    • 1994-1995 Cross Country - Boys 

      The 1994 Boys Cross Country team was one of the more tenacious in school history, Finishing with a perfect 8-0 record, the boys finished second in the Prep State Championships, fifth at the Somerset County Championships, ...
    • 1994-1995 Skiing 

      In its first year as a varsity sport, the Pingry Skiing team had incredible success. Both the Girls and Boys teams excelled in their division and reached the State Championships. The boys slalom team won first place in the ...
    • 1994-1995 Track and Field - Boys 

      The Boys Track and Field spring season at Pingry was once again a superb one. Undefeated in dual meets at 6-0, the team posted numerous impressive wins during the season and topped things off with several impressive ...
    • 1995-1996 Cross Country - Boys 

      The Boys Cross Country team had a fantastic 1995 season, posting a strong 8-2 record in the new, tougher Colonial Hills Conference. The boys shined in championship meets as well, placing fourth in the Prep States, fifth ...
    • 1995-1996 Track and Field - Boys 

      The Boys 1996 Track and Field team, coached by Dr. Musser and Mr. LaValette and captained by seniors Sam Wilson and Chris Cuneo, succeeded in their new conference, posting a solid 3-5 record. Highlights on the season ...
    • 1996-1997 Cross Country - Boys 

      The 1996 Boys Cross Country team turned in a a spectacular season, finishing with a 10-2 record and the Colonial Hills Conference Championship. The team also excelled in the Somerset County and Parochial B tournaments, ...
    • 1996-1997 Track and Field - Boys 

      In the spring of 1997, the Boys Track and Field team saw their record improve to a solid 4-2. Coached by Dr. Musser, Mr. LaValette, and Mrs. Matteis, the boys showed greater depth and placed eighth in the Somerset County ...