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This year's gridders, led by the spectacular passing of Joe North, turned in a solid 4-3 season. The 1945 Pingry Football squad crushed their opponents in their four wins by an average score of 25-3.
The 1946 edition of the Pingry Football team was the most successful since Tony Nugey and the rest of the '43 squad checked out, winning five, tying one, and dropping only two. The decorated season shows great promise for ...
The 1946-1947 Basketball team suffered countless setbacks enroute to a disappointing 3-11 season. The first blow was the loss of Captain Leroy Carey for the year to injury, and it got no better from there. The Big Blue ...
1946-1947 Track and Field
The Pingry Athletics Hall of Fame 1947 Track and Field team was the undefeated leader of Big Blue's best track squads, and winners of the Hackley Invitational Trophy for the second consecutive year. They notched a total ...
The 1947-1948 Pingry Basketball team got off to a great start, winning five of its first seven games. Unfortunately, illness hit the team hard and knocked several of its boys from the lineup for long stretches. The team ...
Despite ending the season slightly in the red, Pingry has never seen a group of boys play with more fire and determination as did those of the 1948 Football team. The team ended with a solid record of three wins and four losses.
1947-1948 Track and Field
The Pingry Track and Field team has set a standard that will be difficult to live up to in future years. For the second consecutive spring the boys went undefeated, tallying a 6-0 record and capturing their third straight ...
The 1947 Track Team
Undefeated leader among Big Blue's best Track and field teams and winners of the Hackley Invitational trophy.