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It's the most wonderful time of the year here at The Pingry School! Students have returned, extracurricular activities are taking place, lots of learning is happening, and relationships are being developed. In addition to all of these exciting happenings across our campuses, Pingry is delighted to introduce you to the newest members of our talented team for the 2021-22 school year.

September 27, 2021 - Big Blue Weekly Round-up

Girls’ Tennis

NJ.com’s #1-ranked Pingry Girls Varsity Tennis team won the Somerset County Tournament this weekend in dominating fashion, sweeping all five positions for a total of 25 out of 25 points, beating out Bridgewater-Raritan HS, Montgomery HS, and Hillsborough HS. Pingry Senior Sarah Kloss of Chatham, NJ claimed victory in the 3rd singles flight by winning all but 2 games (6-2, 6-0). Pingry has yet to lose a match at any position so far in the young 2021 season, with 5-0 wins over Hillsborough, North Hunterdon, and Watching Hills.

Boys’ Soccer

Boys Soccer beat Acrhbishop Moeller (Ohio) 5-2 Saturday after trailing by two in the first half. Daniel Yanez ‘22 was involved in all five of Pingry’s unanswered goals in the win.

Lucas Ribeiro ‘22 had two goals during 5-0 win over Ridge HS on Wed. Sept. 22.

Lucas Ribeiro and Nikolaos Deliargyrus scored for Pingry as they beat 5-0 Hillsborough HS on Mon. Sept. 20.

Field Hockey

Morgan Dwyer and McKenna Dwyer each had a goal and an assist during a 5-2 loss at Blair Academy on Saturday.

Ella Budenbender had 15 saves in a 4-2 loss to Warren Hills.

Katherine Shea and Morgan Dwyer scored goals as Pingry topped Watchung Hills 2-1 in overtime on Tues. Sept. 21.

Girls’ Soccer

Allie Colella ‘23 converted on a penalty kick to secure a win against Jackson Memorial in the annual “Mountains vs. Seas” showcase on Saturday. Goalies Caitlin Swarz and Delaney Swain combined for the shutout.

Girls Soccer tied Franklin 0-0 on Friday, led by goalie Caitlin Swarz, who had 10 saves.

Girls Soccer beat Hillsborough 2-1 on Mon. Sept. 20.

 Boys’ Cross Country

On Tues. Sept. 21, Boys Cross Country won a tie-breaker against Somerville 28-28 on their way to a 4-0 sweep of their quad meet. The other three teams Pingry beat were Bernards HS (24-35), Gill St. Bernard’s (15-48), Immaculata (20-43).

Girls’ Cross Country

On Tues. Sept. 21, Girls’ Cross Country earned a 4-0 sweep at their quad meet, with Lucy Ambrogio, Olivia Murray, Molly Parker, Allie Jones, and Alexis Matthews all finishing in the top 10.

 Co-ed Water Polo

The water polo team brought home a decisive victory on Wed. Sept. 22, winning 17-5 against St. Peter’s Prep.

At the “Beast of the East” tournament, Coed Water Polo went 2-2, dropping their first match on Friday to McDowell 12-8, but rebounding with a 8-6 win over Upper Merion. On Saturday, the team suffered a 4-7 loss to Springfield before getting back on track and beating Exeter 16-7. Andy Wong and Emily Gao scored two goals and Anton Volchenkov was solid in goal.