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Though the Varsity Lacrosse team ended with a seemingly mediocre 6-11 record, a full five of their losses were by only a single goal, showing how competitive the boys truly were. The returning players are looking forward ...
This year's Varsity Lacrosse team finished with a record of seven wins and ten losses. Playing against the best teams in the state, many from schools much larger than Pingry, the team played competitively in all their contests.
Several close and difficult losses dotted the second half of the 1971 Lacrosse season, leading to a disappointing 4-8 final record. Despite the losing record, the boys played with grit and determination, showing promise ...
The Pingry Lacrosse team had a solid season in the spring of 1968, finishing with a 4-5 overall record. In addition to numerous great team wins, John Blair was selected to play in the first Pennsylvania-New Jersey All-Star ...
This season, Pingry's Varsity Lacrosse team, plagued by injuries both major and minor throughout the season, scratched, clawed, and grinded out a respectable 6-5 record during the 1969 campaign.
The Pingry Varsity Lacrosse team had a strong season in the spring of 1970, notching an 8-4 record. Led by a group of seasoned veterans, the boys turned in impressive performances against the likes of Hun, Poly Prep, and ...
Rebounding from last year's disastrous 3-13 drubbing, the 1977 Lacrosse team turned in a spectacular season, compiling an 11-5 record and a second place finish in the State Tournament where they fell only to perennial ...
The 1977 Boys Lacrosse Team
Second place finish in the State. The team beat several Top 10 schools, finished with 11 wins and 5 losses, and competed against Montclair in the state finals.
The Varsity Lacrosse team ended their season with a disappointing 3-11 record, mainly due to a number of tough injuries to crucial team contributors. Despite the setbacks, the boys did not let the losses ruin their spirit ...