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Varsity Basketball - Boys

Record: 17-6
League Record: 7-1

Team Overview

The Pingree boys’ basketball program has won over 100 games in the last six seasons and has finished either first or second in our league since 2004. In addition to our play in the Eastern Independent League, our team plays a challenging non-conference schedule against an array of strong New England prep school teams.

Pingree basketball strives to instill confidence, determination, and a love for the game in all of its players. Our goal is to improve everyday and maximize our basketball potential through hard work, perseverance, and dedication to the team. We are proud of our successes and we are excited for another promising season.

EIL League Champions '03 '04 '05 '07 '08 '09 '10

New England Prep School Champions 2009

New England Prep School Finalist 2013

New England Prep School Final Four '06 '08 '09 '11 '13 '14, '15, '16

Pingree Alumni Collegiate Athletes:

Jeff Oliveira '16, Salve Regina University
Connor Reardon '14, WPI
Isaac Carp '12, Skidmore College
Allen Williamson '09, Amherst College
Nick Mosakowski '07, Boston College

Full Schedule

vs.
St. George's School
Away
St. George's School
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Landmark School
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Landmark School
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Lexington Christian Academy
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Lexington Christian Academy
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Greens Farms Academy
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Cathedral High School
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Governors Academy
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Governors Academy
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Loss
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Bancroft School
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Bancroft School
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Beaver Country Day
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Beaver Country Day
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Portsmouth Abbey
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Portsmouth Abbey
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Winchendon School
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Winchendon School
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Phillips Andover
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Phillips Andover
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Roster

# Name Position Class Hometown
0 Jackson Latimer (captain) F 2017 Topsfield, MA
2 Ricky Arias G 2018 Salem, MA
3 Felix Kloman F 2020 Ipswich, MA
4 Alonzo Jackson (captain) F 2017 Medford, MA
5 David Massillon G 2018 Lynn, MA
10 Harrison Latimer F 2020 Topsfield, MA
11 Kevin Wheeler G 2017 Wakefield, MA
12 John Fay F 2017 Reading, MA
14 Chad DiCenzo (captain) G 2017 Andover, MA
30 Jake Spaulding G 2019 Topsfield, MA
33 Kole Lentini F 2017 North Reading, MA

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Steve Gibbs

Steve Gibbs has been the head coach of the Boys Varsity Basketball team since the 2003/2004 season. During his tenure, the team has captured five league titles and earned one New England Championship. Several former players are currently playing or have played college basketball.

Asst. Coach: Steven D Gibbs

Steven Gibbs came to Pingree as the Head Junior Varsity Basketball coach in 2008. While directing the JV squad, the Highlanders were 36-3 including two undefeated E.I.L. seasons. In his first season as part of the varsity coaching staff, Gibbs assisted in guiding the Highlanders to an undefeated EIL season in a season that ended with the school's second New England Championship. In addition to Coach Gibbs' role at the Pingree school he is the Director of the Zero Gravity Basketball Tournament Circuit which manages and directs Amateur Basketball Tournaments across the United States.


Assistant Coach: Len Williamson

Allen Williamson class of '09 is proud to return to Pingree as an Athletics Intern and assistant basketball coach. Coach Williamson grew up in Saugus. He was an All-League soccer player for Pingree and a stand out basketball player. As a highschool basketball player, his team won three EIL Championships and a NEPSAC championship his senior year for which Coach Williamson was awarded tournament MVP. He was a two-time EIL MVP and two-time Boston Globe All-Scholastic player. He holds the Pingree all time scoring record with 2,096 pts.

Allen attended Amherst College where he played four years of basketball, won 2 NESCAC championships and a NCAA DIII national championship, for which he was honored as the tournament Most Outstanding Player. Williamson won the Eugene Wilson Award from the athletic department (awarded to the student-athlete who most embodies the spirit of Amherst athletics).

Coach Williamson signed to play professionally in Luxembourg and then in Kuwait. Since then, he has been training middle school and high school athletes on the North Shore. He has a passion for all sports and is excited to be getting into coaching more seriously.

Schedule Archives

2013-2014

Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Thayer Academy
Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Groton School
Win 72-29
Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Phillips Andover
Loss 52-64
Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Landmark School
Win 64-26
Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Brimmer & May School
Loss 53-68

2014-2015

Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Masconomet, Cambridge Rindge & Latin
Varsity Basketball - Boys
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St. John's Prep
Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Danvers High School
Varsity Basketball - Boys
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Lexington Christian Academy
Win 64-46
Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Berwick Academy
Win 74-24

2015-2016

Varsity Basketball - Boys
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Buckingham Browne & Nichols
scrimmage
Varsity Basketball - Boys
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Cambridge Rindge & Latin
scrimmage
Varsity Basketball - Boys
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St. John's Prep
scrimmage
Varsity Basketball - Boys
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Hyde School, ME
Win 64-63
Varsity Basketball - Boys
vs.
Lexington Christian Academy
Win 78-56

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