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June 14, 2021
Luke Engleke notched two goals and an assist, dominating 12 of 13 faceoffs to lead #4 seeded, sixth-ranked Pingry to a 6-4 victory over #5 seeded, eighth-ranked Chatham in the first round of the Tournament of Champions on Saturday. Ryan Palmer contributed two goals, while Avery Kirby and Tommy Robertozzi added one each. Robertozzi also had two assists. Aidan Fassnacht had four saves in goal. Big Blue will face Don Bosco in the TOC semifinals on Wednesday.
Big Blue reclaimed the Non-Public B state title—its first since 2018, and its sixth championship win in the program’s history—defeating Montclair Kimberley, 11-7, on Wednes., June 9. Harrison Josloff led with five goals, while Tommy Robertozzi added three and an assist. Kevin Parnham, Avery Kirby, and Ryan Palmer contributed one apiece. In goal, Aidan Fassnacht had 11 saves.
Luke Engelke and Tommy Robertozzi each had four goals and an assist to propel top-seeded Pingry, No. 6 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 15-2 victory over fourth-seeded Gill St. Bernard’s in the Non-Public B on Mon. June 7. Avery Kirby had three goals and two assists and Cal McPherson added two goals and an assist. Fassnacht made seven saves.
Sydney Puntus had four goals and an assist and Olivia Hung had three goals and an assist, but #5 seed Big Blue was edged by fourth-seeded Mount St. Mary, 9-8, in the NJSIAA Non-Public A quarterfinals on Mon., June 7. Bella Goodwin added a goal as well. Molly Parker had 16 saves.
Fourth-seeded doubles team of Ryan Burns and Miles Kelly defeated Bergen Tech, 7-5, 6-0, to advance to the quarterfinals of the NJSIAA Doubles Tournament on Sunday.
Following their state sectional victory on June 1, Pingry fell to Newark Academy, 5-0, in the NJSIAA Non-Public Tournament finals on Mon., June 7.
Herb Toler had two hits and an RBI while Jake Francis and Liam Royster each had one hit and two RBI in Pingry’s 8-3 win over Montgomery on Mon., June 7. Cody Schiffman added two hits as well.
Boys’ Track & Field
Henry Wood took fourth in the 800 meter run (1:56.15) and Ore Shote placed fourth in the discus (151’8”) and sixth in the shot put (45’6.25”) at the NJSIAA Non-Public A Championships on Friday and Saturday.
Girls’ Track & Field
Highlights from the NJSIAA Non-Public A Championships on Friday and Saturday include Alina Irvine, who finished fourth in the 3200 meter run (11:37), Ryan Davi, who took sixth in the 400 (1:01.78) and seventh in the 800 (2:25), as well as Allie de Asla, who placed fifth in the pole vault (8’6”).