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Pinckney Hockey Star is Named Livingston County Co-Player of the Year

Pinckney Senior, Sebastian “Bubba” Smith was elected as the Livingston County Co-Hockey Player of the Year after a record breaking Senior season. Click here to check out the full Livingston Daily article on Sebastian Smith.  Congratulations to the Pirate hockey players that were named to the Livingston County All County Hockey Team: Sebastian Smith – First

Athletic Update

Good afternoon Student Athletes, Parents, and Coaches, I am sure you have been receiving an overwhelming amount of information regarding the COVID-19 virus.  However, I wanted to reach out to inform all stakeholders involved about our Pirate Athletics plan.  Please keep in mind that the situation is extremely fluid and ever changing and so our

Breanna Hucal High Five’s Her Way to States

  The 2019-2020 Pirate Bowling team competed at the MHSAA Regional tournament last weekend.  These bowlers have been working hard all season to improve their techniques and scores. Senior bowler, Breanna Hucal, scored high enough to advance to the state finals starting March 6th.   Click here to learn more about the MHSAA Bowling Finals.

Sideline Spirit Store

Pinckney Athletics in cooperation with BSN Sports is excited to announce the opening of our new online store! Pinckney Athletics has the honor of being selected as a Nike sponsored athletic program, which provides our teams with high quality uniforms, equipment, and Nike apparel at discounted rates.  We now have the opportunity to offer some

Pirate Wrestlers Are Ready For Regionals

The Pinckney Wrestling team just finished off a successful regular team season which resulted in the first winning record (20-18) in over a decade.  They took the winning spirit to the mat in Mason last weekend for the start of their individual  postseason run. The Pirates had five wrestlers fight their way through the district tournament to

Wrestler’s Perform Strong at SEC Championships

Pirate wrestlers competed in the SEC Championships this past weekend. The Pirates fought through a long day of wrestling and finished strong. 1st place – Lucas Nagle – 125 lbs. **First Pirate to claim a SEC Championship since rejoining the league** 3rd place – Cody Emch – 135 lbs. 4th place – Connor Stouffer –