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Despite not realizing their goal of beating Hun and ending their thirty-one game unbeaten streak, the 1970 Football team certainly did Pingry proud and finished with a strong record of six impressive wins to only two losses.
1967 was a season of hard fought games in which the Pingry Football team truly earned every one of its victories. The team as a unit left no regrets behind them, gained experience, and battled to a respectable 4-3-1 record.
Opening the 1966 Pingry Football season, Vic Pfeiffer threw a sixty-yard touchdown pass to Mike Prior on the first play from scrimmage. This was the first hint at how successful the season would be. Despite low expectations ...
In a season of highs and lows, the 1968 Football team finished with a strong 5-1-2 record, enjoying its finest season of the past few years. The resurgence demonstrates the resilience of the program and the dedication of ...
The 1969 Football team had a frustrating season, compiling only a 1-6-1 season. The disappointing showing could in large part be attributed to the youth and inexperience of the squad. Despite the tough losses, the young ...
The 1957 Football team enjoyed a successful year, compiling a fine 4-2-1 record for its tenth consecutive winning season. Through abel coaching leadership and considerable talent, the Pingry Football program continues to shine.
Although the 1958 Football team did not compile a winning record this year, the spirit and improvement shown by every member overshadowed a disappointing season. The team hopes to channel this season into a learning season ...
The 1971 Football team were denied the opportunity to finish their season with a .500 record when their final season contest with New York Military Academy was cancelled due to a lack of players on the NYMA side. Regardless, ...
The 1972 Pingry Football team recorded one of its best seasons in years, ending their campaign with an inspiring 6-2 record that included a 40-0 drubbing of Hun. This year's victorious run provided a much needed burst of ...