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With only two 1938 lettermen returning this year, the coaching staff had to face the problem of producing a football team from what remained of last year's second stringers and new material. When the season concluded it ...
The 1938 Football season was one of the most exciting and enjoyable in a number of years. The Blue and White gridders had unusually heavy opposition this year, but a good scrap was put up in every game.
The 1938 Varsity Baseball team started the season an adequate 2-4-1 but suffered through a difficult six game losing streak to finish the season with a decidedly under .500 record. However, there is much to be hopeful for ...
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.
Although after splitting their first four games the 1940 Baseball team may have had thought they weren't on the level of last year's State Championship team, the boys competed hard and showed true fighting spirit and turned ...
One of the great teams in the history of any sport at Pingry, the 1941 Baseball team went undefeated during the regular season with a 12-0 record and won the State Championship. These accomplished individual athletes set ...
The 1940 Football team proved to be a successful one, winning four and losing only two, and tying one. While the team was rounded out by a good defense, line, and backfield, its real strength was its air game.
The 1941 Baseball Team
State champions and winners of twelve games without a tie or defeat, these accomplished individual athletes together set a new standard for team spirit.