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    • 1933-1934 Tennis 

      The spring 1934 Tennis team was another strong one in the noble history of Pingry tennis. The boys played with determination and enthusiasm each and every week and in the end compiled a sparkling 9-2 record.
    • 1934-1935 Basketball 

      The 1934-1935 Basketball season was one of the most successful in history, producing the State Championship Tournament runners-up, and the team with the highest rating for tournament invitation. Under Coach Lesneski's ...
    • 1934-1935 Tennis 

      The 1935 Tennis played capable tennis this spring, though as linking them to top the combined 19-3 records of the past two Pingry netsters would have been asking a great deal. They persevered, however, and gave their best ...
    • 1935-1936 Basketball 

      The Basketball team of the 1935-1936 school year proved itself one of the best in Pingry history in spite of a record of eight wins against six losses. After defeating Kingsley in the opening round of the State Tournament, ...
    • 1935-1936 Tennis 

      Captain O'Connor led the spring 1936 Pingry Tennis team to a solid 6-4 season, with four boys earning letters for their outstanding play. The members worked to improve their game throughout the season.
    • 1936-1937 Basketball 

      The entire 1936-1937 Basketball team went into each contest fighting hard, doing their very best to win. That spirit was enough to win a solid seven of twelve games including their crowning achievement, holding Wardlaw to ...
    • 1936-1937 Tennis 

      Though the 1937-1938 Tennis team had only two returning lettermen in Captain Dick O'Connor and Bill Benedict, Jr., the squad had a bright outlook and enjoyed a successful season.