Athletic Updates

  • Girls' lax games on Monday postponed

    Posted April 20, 2014

    The girls' varsity and junior varsity lacrosse games with Princeton Day School will be rescheduled for a later date. As the games are rescheduled, that information will be posted to the site.

  • Back to their winning ways

    Posted April 20, 2014

    Pennington varsity baseball got back to winning ways with an 8-4 extra-inning victory over West Windsor Plainsboro-South High School on Saturday morning. The Red Raiders jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the third as Derek Hullings singled in a run and scored on a ground ball. RBI hits by Moses Vigo and Ben Kramer in the sixth extended the lead to 4-0, but South responded immediately to tie the game. The Red Raider bats came alive again in the top of the ninth when Tom Pecora led off with a triple to deep right field and scored on a Drew Panson single. Following a bunt single by Austin Sumners, Mike Ratner tripled to give the Raiders a 7-4 lead. Patrick Nelson’s sacrifice fly proved to be more than enough as Derek Hullings and Tom Pecora combined to get the last three outs and secure Pennington’s sixth victory of the year. Mike Clancy pitched 5 strong innings along with 4 other Pennington pitcher’s who allowed only 5 hits. It is a solid win for the Red Raiders, as they get ready to face PDS on Monday.

  • Pennington varsity baseball defeated by Hun

    Posted April 18, 2014

    Pennington – The Pennington varsity baseball team dropped another tough game to a talented Hun team on Thursday, April 17. Chris Maselli, Matt Reardon, Jack Faherty, and Derek Hullings combined to pitch 7 strong innings, but several defensive lapses allowed Hun to put runs on the board early and often. Tom Pecora’s RBI groundout got the offense started in the second and a Sandro Kovalcik triple brought home another run in the third. A Moses Vigo sacrifice fly was the only scoring play until the fifth inning when Michael Ratner hit a home run to deep left-center field. Mike Clancy had two of the team’s five hits including a double. The Red Raiders are now 5-3 and will look to bounce back on Saturday at West Windsor Plainsboro-South at 10 a.m.

  • Junior Varsity baseball drops one to Hun

    Posted April 17, 2014

    Princeton - Chase Williams went 2 for 3 with a walk and a double, and DJ Rice and Tynan Mayer each pitched three effective innings, but the Hun JV squad came up with key hits and took advantage of a rash of errors to beat Pennington 7-3. Pennington took lead in the top of the third when Gerrit Crater singled and Hunter Meyer-Hanover was hit by a pitch. Rice bunted them both into scoring position. Billy Santarsiero drove in a run on a groundout and Williams followed with a single. Pennington threatened in the 6th when it opened the inning by putting three of their first four hitters on base, but they only managed one more run. Rice and Mayer pitched efficiently, each walking only one in their respective three innings of work. Pennington JV next plays against The Peddie School on April 23 at Peddie at 4:15.

  • Randolph '14 signs with Philadelphia University

    Posted April 17, 2014

    Pennington School senior Kaison Randolph of Trenton signed a National Letter of Intent on April 17 to play basketball for Philadelphia University. A two-year captain of the School’s varsity boys’ basketball team . . . .

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