Pinckney Girls Varsity Field Hockey

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Pirate Field Hockey Plays Strong

Fired up from Homecoming Week spirit and pride, both the JV and Varsity field hockey teams won their games on Thursday, September 27 on a beautiful fall evening at Pirate Stadium. Ashleigh Abernethy scored the first goal for the JV team with an assist from Izzy Lederer.  West Bloomfield quickly tied it up. Then the defense

Pirate Field Hockey Wins on the Road 

The Pirates persevered a hot, steamy night, to win 2-0 against Regina Tuesday afternoon. The defense lead by Autumn Trumpey, played strong and did not let anything past them. The midfield worked  to support both sides of the field and forced the ball on the offensive for most of the game. Offense tirelessly fed the ball into the circle. Goals

Pirate Youth Sports Camps

The Pinckney Community Education department has partnered with Pirate Athletics to offer various youth sport camps  this summer. Call Cindy @ 810.225.3950 for registration details or online @ www.pinckneyonline.org. Girls Basketball Camp (For Girls Entering in Grades 2-8)  Fee: $65.00 includes T-Shirt, $60.00 additional children Pinckney Varsity Coach Jarrett Cogswell and staff will run this camp

Class of 2018 College Athlete Signees

The Class of 2018 had a lot of athletic accomplishments to be proud of….and there is still more to be had!  One of the biggest highlights was 18 of our athletes signed to compete at the collegiate level.  We are so proud of this bunch and can’t wait to see them compete at the next

Pirate Seniors Spring Signing Round Up

Derek Crowley – Albion College – Football  Derek is leaving Pinckney and heading west to Albion College where he will continue his athletic career playing football for the Britons while pursuing a degree in accounting. Dereksaid his most favorite thing about Pirate football was playing with the guys and the guys shared his sentiment. Teammate

Field Hockey Players Take It To The Next Level!

Congratulations to the high school field hockey players, Ronni Pirano, Iza Lederer, Josie Blake, Grace Elliott, Ashleigh Abernathy, Hope Baecklandt, Erica Pankow, Annabelle Haberkorn, Sami Schmitt and middle school athletes, Kailey Lambert, Sophia Moltzen, and Annie Ozias, who have all been selected to the USA Field Hockey Olympic Development Program called Futures.   Entrance into