Pinckney Boys Varsity Swimming

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Oilers, Panthers, and Huskies – Oh My

Oilers, Panthers, and Huskies – Oh My! Three Pirate athletes commit to continue to academic and athletic careers on National Signing Day!   Kylie Ray – University of Findlay – Volleyball and Track Major – Physical Therapy Favorite Sports Memory – “Qualifying and competing in the MHSAA State meet in the 300 hurdles because it

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.

2019 – 2020 Three Sport Athletes

Congratulations to the following athletes who qualified for the 2018 -2019 Pirate Athletics Three Sport Athlete Award! Seniors  Jana Hummel Alayna Moricz Juniors Joe Bona Andrew Etherington Cameron Gaden Ethan McWhinnie Jack Schingeck Sebastian Smith Sophomores Alex Beckwith Rebecca Black Kallia Carlson Joe Czerwinski Hunter Hendricks Sophia Oakes Sean Packard Dylan Reason Caden Shannon Sydney Sweeney Jacob

2019 Men’s SEC White Championship held at Dexter

PHS Men’s Swim and Dive team competed in the SEC Championships over the weekend.  After the prelims on Friday, the Pirates brought 18 of the 20 members back for the finals on Saturday. Results of the finals: Tyler Ray, Mitchell Dickey, Al Thorington, and Alex Beckwith finished 2nd in the 200Y Medley Relay In the

Swim Succeeds on Senior Night

The Boy’s Swim and Dive team concluded their home dual meet season celebrating seniors Al Thorington and Ruben Learreta with a 106 to 80 win over the Chelsea Bulldogs! The Pirates started the evening off with the winning medley relay of Erik Bolang, Tyler Ray, Al Thorington, and Alex Beckwith. Followed by these individual wins:

Swim and Dive Takes the Plunge

  The Men’s Swim and Dive team took a quick break from their busy season to support another group of athletes and raised money for the Special Olympics.  The boys “took the plunge” and jumped into a frozen lake in 10 degree weather.  The student athletes raised over $3,600 by gathering pledges  and for the