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The Football season of 1923 was one of the most successful in the history of the school, considering the caliber of the teams played. The team won five out of seven games, and piled up a total of 130 points to our opponents ...
Handicapped by injuries and the graduation of most of the starting nine from last year's championship team, the 1924 Pingry Baseball team still managed to put together a representative season behind the captainship of "Wimp" Hall.
Though the 1923 Baseball season started slowly with a loss to Poly Prep of Brooklyn, the boys rebounded in fantastic fashion by winning their next seven games en route to a state title.
Coach Williams led the 1946 Pingry nine to an outstanding 10-2 record, employing great pitching and an polished offense to record another fine campaign. Both losses, to Montclair and Morristown respectively, were by a ...
Although the 1937 Varsity Football team had a poor season according to the statistics, considering their difficult schedule and limited practice time, the school can be well proud of the team that represented them.
The 1939 Baseball team ended the season as one of the greatest ever to don the spikes for Pingry. Boasting nine spectacular wins, one lone tie kept the boys from a perfect season. They went on to capture the State Championship.
The Football season began with two relatively clean victories over Bordentown and Carter. After the season's only snag, a close loss to Newman in week three, the Blue and White closed out the season with four final wins. ...