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Pingry's 1950-1951 Basketball team lived up to all the pre-season predictions, as the Blue and White came out on top in eleven of their fifteen contests. The talent, hard work, and determination propelled the boys to victory ...
Big Blue turned in a remarkable 1951 season for such an inexperienced squad, tallying a 5-2 record and outscoring their opponents 117-64. Undaunted by their more experienced opponents, the young team rose to the challenge ...
In forming his 1951-1952 Basketball team, Coach Lesneski has been forced to do a complete rebuilding job from a squad that was almost completely decimated by graduation. The boys spent the season learning how to work ...
Undefeated with a 6-0 record, the 1952 Football team broke Delbarton's winning streak and left an unblemished record as the last Varsity Football team to play on the Parker Road Oval. The team's umblemished record will be ...
The 1952-1953 Basketball team is one of the strongest to ever suit up for Pingry, compiling an 16-0 undefeated regular season and topping it off with a State championship with a win over Rutgers Prep. This fantastic season ...
Pingry's storied 1950 Football team ranks as one of the best, if not the best, in the school's history. Coach Williams' squad scored an average of 21.5 points per game while rolling to a 6-0 record and capturing the State ...
The 1952 Football Team
Undefeated with a 6-0 record, they broke Delbarton's winning streak and left an unblemished record as the last Varsity Football team to play on the Parker Road oval.
The 1953 Basketball Team
N.J. Headmasters' & Coaches' Group III Prep School Champions. Union County Tournament finalists. Undefeated in their regular season.
The 1950 Football Team
First unbeaten team since '21. "Pingry had no individual starts; It was a team of stars." -Reese Wiliams