Pinckney Boys Varsity Bowling

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Monday Night Round Up

Monday night was a great night for Pirate Athletics with three teams making marks on their season! Competitive Cheer    The high school competitive cheer team finished as Runners Up in the SEC White Conference!  Such a great accomplishment for a very young team…and the middle school team placed 1st at the third Jamboree! Boardercross Congratulations

Bowling is on a Roll

The varsity girls got back to their winning ways defeating Lincoln in a very close match on Monday.  It came down to the very last bowler in the last game. Senior Captain, Abigail Bousho, came through with a spare and an 8 count to push the team to the win by 6 pins.  Other notable scores in the match

Winter Sports Registration

Winter Sports are just around the corner and there are a couple of steps athletes and their parents need to complete prior to the first day of practice. Step 1:  Sports Physical – This must be completed by a physican on or after 4/15/2018.  Forms can be picked up in the athletic office or found

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

Bowling is Rolling Into Regionals

The Pirate Varsity Bowling Teams competed in the inaugural Airport Jets Varsity High School Tournament today at Flat Rock Lanes. The girls took 3rd place overall in the tournament. The high individual games were Breanna Hucal with 216 & 168, Rachel Kuczajda with 181 & 170 and Josie Griffith with 157.  The boys finished 8th

Pirate Bowler Signs to Bowl in College

Pinckney Senior, Chevy Pawlik, officially committed to continue his academic and athletic career with U of M Dearborn last week.  He is excited to be recruited for this program and hopes to continue the successes of his record setting senior season next year.  Congratulations Chevy!  

Bowling Teams Continue Rolling Strong

The Varsity Girls also took the early lead in their match by averaging 170 in their baker games against Ypsilanti and then took all the points in the regular games except one to win 29 – 1. The girls continued to pick up steam by beating third place Chelsea at Chelsea 28-2 on Monday evening

Bowling Record Broken!

The bowling records keep getting broke this season!  Chevy Pawlik records the highest single game score in Pinckney history with a 299 game! His 522 two game series also puts him in first place for the boys in the SEC this season.   The girls put up impressive numbers and won again against Saline 24-6

Bowlers on a Roll…and not slowing down!

The Pinckney Girls still going strong beating Bedford 29 to 1. The girls were led by Rachel Kuczajda’s 230 and 210 games while the rest of the team all rolled games in the 150’s. The boys almost pulled out a win but lost in a nail biter by a score of 16-14 missing winning their

Pirate Bowlers start SEC Season on a Roll

The Pinckney Community High School Pirate Bowling Team traveled to Forest View Lanes in Temperance, MI on Monday, December 4th to start the Southeastern Conference Season in a dual meet versus the Temperance Bedford High School Kicking Mules.  The Pirates came away with two wins out of the four matches. The Girls Junior Varsity lost