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    • 1939-1940 Track and Field 

      The 1940 Track and Field team started from complete scratch, with all previous players, including the captain elect, having either transferred or graduated. Despite these difficulties, the team never gave up and were ...
    • 1940-1941 Football 

      The 1940 Football team proved to be a successful one, winning four and losing only two, and tying one. While the team was rounded out by a good defense, line, and backfield, its real strength was its air game.
    • 1940-1941 Track and Field 

      While the 1941 Track team may have been lacking in returning lettermen, it more than made up for it with a strong showing of hard work and determination. The boys, who did not let this obstacle ruin their season, gave it ...
    • 1941-1942 Football 

      Despite an underwhelming 2-6 record, coaches Williams and Lesneski were pleased with their squad, noting the boys' perseverance and hard work as great indicators of their character as growing young men. Their commitment ...
    • 1941-1942 Track and Field 

      The Pingry Track and Field squad turned in a solid season this spring, running to an even 2-2 record in four meets, competing hard against tough opponents each week. The team showed up to every meet with determination, ...
    • 1942-1943 Football 

      Coaches Williams and Lesneski were very pleased with this fall's Football squad, which broke several records and beat Morristown for the first time in 21 years. The boys finished the season with an even three wins and three ...
    • 1942-1943 Track and Field 

      This was a very successful season for the 1943 Pingry Track and Field squad, who lost only once all season, and then only a close meet with Newark Academy, who has lost to no one for the past four seasons. Their hard work ...