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    • 1954-1955 Swimming 

      In no way does the record of nine wins and three losses compiled by the 1954-1955 Swimming team give a true picture of the season. This was a year of unusual events and outstanding performances, culminating in a strong ...
    • 1955-1956 Swimming 

      As was expected from this talented squad, the 1955-1956 Swimming team had a very successful season, finishing with a strong 11-2 record and a Union County Championship. The swimmers repeatedly shut down very talented ...
    • 1955-1956 Track and Field 

      Chalking up one of its best seasons ever, the 1956 Track and Field team wound up the year with an impressive 6-1 record and a fourth place finish in the Union County Tournament. The lone loss shows that the Pingry team was ...
    • 1956-1957 Swimming 

      Aided by the return of ten lettermen, the 1956-1957 Swimming team was perhaps the strongest in school history, finishing with a strong 9-3 record and a second place finish in the Union County Tournament.
    • 1956-1957 Track and Field 

      Despite the loss of ten lettermen from last year's squad, the 1957 Track and Field team turned in a successful season with a 5-4 record and a seventh place finish in the Lawrenceville Invitational Tournament.
    • 1957-1958 Swimming 

      This year, although faced with an unusually tough schedule, the Swimming team, under the untiring coaching of Messrs. Cissel and Weiler and the leadership of Captain Pat Coughlan, compiled a fine 10-5 record and placed ...
    • 1957-1958 Track and Field 

      Captain Thomas Corbin set new records in the javelin and shot put while leading the Pingry cindermen to a respectable 3-4 season. Despite the losing record, the boys have much to be proud of during the competitive 1958 campaign.