Athletics

Athletic Updates

  • Ice Hockey team garners awards

    Posted March 1, 2015

    Pennington's ice hockey team was recently honored when it received the Independence Hockey League's Mandeville Award for least number of penalties throughout league play. The team also had several individuals receive all-league second team honors; they were Sean Harris, Thomas Horsley, and Wyatt Kop'Kash. Joining these three was Nick Castagna who was named to the league's honorable mention team.

  • Varsity boys' basketball places three on Prep B team

    Posted March 1, 2015

    Pennington's boys' basketball team recently placed three players on the NJISAA Prep B first-team. Seniors Isiah Taylor and Elijah Wright and junior Tyler Jones all made first team. The team is voted on by the Prep B coaches from around the state. Isiah Taylor had a standout season and reached the 1,000 point mark. Elijah Wright gave defenses trouble all season long and Tyler Jones was fantastic at point guard and managed to set a new School record for assists in a game with 21.

  • Varsity girls' basketball places two on Prep B squad

    Posted March 1, 2015

    Pennington's girls' basketball team recently had freshmen Ayanna Johnson and Carly Rice named to the NJISAA Prep B first-team. The team is voted on by the Prep B coaches from around the state. Johnson and Rice played beyond their years and contributed not only points, but rebounds, steals, and blocked shots. Pennington only loses two seniors and returns a strong core of players from this year's team so the future looks very bright for the Red Raiders.

  • Girls' basketball defeats PHS in finale

    Posted February 24, 2015

    A day after their team party and senior celebration, Pennington's varsity girls' basketball team sent seniors Kristyn Green and Caitlin Herbert off on a winning note as the Red Raiders defeated Princeton High School by a score of 61-30.

  • Boys' basketball season ends with MCT loss to Ewing

    Posted February 23, 2015

    Pennington gave number one seed Ewing High all it could handle tonight in front of a huge crowd at the Devils' Den before dropping its quarterfinal battle by a score of 71-63.

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