Pinckney Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 1 - 1
  • Conference Record: 1 - 0

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Boys Basketball Sweep Chelsea

Varsity  59 Pirates – 54 Bulldogs The Varsity boys basketball opened up their SEC on the road in Chelsea and came home with a victory. The balanced team scoring and tough team defense propelled the Pirates over their tough opponent, especially in the 4th quarter when they shut down the Bulldogs and were nearly perfect

Winter Sports Registration

Winter sports seasons are right around the corner!  It is time to get your athlete registered. Follow the three steps below to complete the process. Online registration here Payment of athletic fees either online or in the athletic office. Have a sports physcial completed (dated after 4/15/2019) and turn the form into the athletic office.

2017 Middle School Boys Bball Tryouts

Here are our plans for MS Boys Basketball this season: We will be fielding the following (4) teams: 7th Grade Red        7th Grade Black                 8th Grade Red        8th Grade Black Important Dates Tryouts/Skills Assessment: Monday, October 30th – 3:15-5:15 Tuesday, October 31st

2017 Athletes of the Year

There are so many athletes that represent the Pinckney Pirates Athletics program in a positive way on a daily basis! Finding the balance between athletics and academics is challenging. The following athletes are the best when it comes to doing just that. MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Luke Rendell  This year’s MALE ATHLETE OF THE

O’Donohue Is Taking His Game To The Next Level!

Kyle O’Donohue had a great year on the basketball court and recently decided to continue his athletic career by signing to playing at Ohio Northern University next year. Kyle has been playing basketball since he was five years old and has loved the game ever since.  You can always find him in the gym working

Boys Basketball Sinks the Dreadnaughts

Last night the men’s basketball team put on a defensive display beating Dexter by 20 points in the first game of the state tournament.  The defense was highlighted by shutting out the Dreadnaughts in the second quarter. Leading the Pirates on the offensive side of things was Kyle O’Donohue with 16 points, Kolton Pavlicek with 14

Boy’s basketball holds off the Bulldogs!

It took a whole team effort to hold off the Bulldogs last night.  Brighton shot the lights out and gave it their best effort but the Pirates were able to keep composure and hit their free throws down the line to earn a 57-51 victory Tuesday night in front of the home town crowd.  “It was