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  • Solid win for baseball over Peddie

    Posted April 23, 2014

    The Pennington School's varsity baseball team earned their third straight win by beating Peddie behind the stellar pitching of Matt Reardon. Reardon, a freshman threw a complete game, striking out eight and allowing only six hits. The Red Raider offense came alive late and gave Reardon more than enough support. Pat Nelson led off the fourth inning and broke the scoreless tie with his second home run of the year. Nelson also led off the fifth inning with a hit and scored on a Mike Clancy double. Derek Hullings had an RBI double in the sixth and Mike Clancy drove in two more with his second double of the day. It was more than enough for Matt Reardon who worked a scoreless seventh inning to give the Raiders a 7-1 win. Now 8-3 the team will face South Hunterdon Saturday at noon. (Story supplied by Drew Panson '16).

  • JV Baseball victorious

    Posted April 23, 2014

    Hightstown - Tynan Mayer pitched a 2-hit complete game shutout, striking out 10 and walking only two, and had four hits of his own as Pennington JV baseball beat The Peddie School 13-0 in seven innings. Sean Harris added four singles and knocked in three runs. Danny Vile (2) and Hunter Meyer-Hanover (1) also contibuted to an 11-hit attack. Pennington hitters proved patient as they also coaxed 10 walks including Chase Williams' three free passes along with two apiece by Gerrit Crater and Meyer-Hanover. Pennington JV next plays Rutgers Prep at home on Tuesday, April 29.

  • Connor Donovan '13 makes first college start as pitcher

    Posted April 23, 2014

    Connor Donovan ’13 made his first college start as a pitcher; five hits, three runs and six strikeouts in seven full innings vs Coppin State in a 4-3 win in Hanover, MD on Tuesday, April 22.

  • Yangeng "Jerry" Jiang strong in MCT tennis

    Posted April 22, 2014
    Pennington's Yangeng "Jerry" Jiang

    There were a few upsets throughout the five draws in the MCT tennis tournament today, but the top two seeds are still in each of the draws. At first singles, Pennington’s Jerry Jiang, who finished the 2013 tournament in second place, will meet PDS’s Anupreeth Coramutla in the semifinals. Second seed John Hu of WW-PS will face Notre Dame’s Eric Biscoveanu in the other semifinal. Pennington completed the day in a respectable 7th place on nine points. The tournament continues on Thursday at Mercer County Park.

  • NJ.Com: Pennington girls' lacrosse defeats Solebury

    Posted April 22, 2014

    Long, Carugati, Pinado and Pitarresi lead girls' lax to win over Solebury.

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