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Pirates Receive New Bus Provided by the Golden LEAF Foundation

Each Robeson County high school was provided a new bus by the Golden LEAF Foundation. Each bus is equipped with air conditioning and cruise control. The Golden LEAF Foundation is dedicated to helping transform the economy of rural areas that were once tobacco-dependent. This was definitely needed. The Pirate buses are not just used by

Three Pirates Attend UNC at Chapel Hill Football Camp

Coach Nicoll and Coach J. Britt were on the road again on Monday. This time it was to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Three Pirates, Kwashek Breeden, Braylan Grice, and CJ McCray attended the one day elite football camp. The Pirates (coaches, players, administration, parents, volunteers) work hard behind the scenes to

Watts Graduates UNCP

Pirate graduate, and former Pirate wrestler, Josh Watts recently graduated UNCP. He was a criminal justice major and plans to be a state patrolman. As a Pirate, Watts had a 45-6 record as a senior, was named team and county wrestler of the year, all-conference and was a state qualifier. Watts continued his wrestling career

Cheer Mini-Campers Date Set

Calling all mini cheerleaders ages 4-14! You don’t want to miss this! The annual Mini cheer clinic dates have been set. Come join the Pirate cheerleaders August 13-15 from 8am – 12pm. Chants, jumps, dance, beginner tumbling, basic stunts, and stretching will all be covered. It is $65.00 to preregister (and that includes a t-shirt).

Marquez to Wrestle at Next Level

“Lumberton wrestlers Armando Marquez and Ed Brock traveled to visit Blue Lights College, a new police preparatory academy in Apex, NC. Armando has made his decision to continue his education at Blue Lights. Big thanks to Coach Risk and Captain Gilbert for their hospitality and words of encouragement!” (Lumberton Wrestling). This is the 4th wrestler

Pirate Cheerleader Cameron Williamson Named to Best of 910Preps Cheer Squad

Cameron Williamson experienced an exciting year. Williamson was named to the NCCCA All-Region Team, she made the East-West All-Star team, and was named to the Best of 910Preps cheer squad. Williamson attended the banquet held June 9th to honor the Best of the 910Preps. The Fayetteville Observer’s sports staff chose the cheer squad from public

Three Pirate Wrestlers Recognized at the Best of 910Preps Awards Banquet

Coach Jamie Bell and Coach Teague Little attended the Best of the 910Preps Award banquet June 9th with wrestler Noah Taylor. Taylor was named to the Best of the 910Preps 1st team. Edward Brock and Yakemiean Johnson were named to the 2nd team but were not in attendance due to participating in a wrestling tournament

Pope Named Female Athlete of the Year at Senior Awards

Holding the highest GPA in the class of 2018, McKnight Pope was awarded the Female Athlete of the Year award during the senior award ceremony. Pope played soccer, tennis (making regionals last fall), and she was a member of the swim team. Outside of sports, she has been very active in clubs and held several

Breeden Attends Duke Football Camp

Many times you will hear and read, “Football is year round”. There is a lot that takes place before and after season, especially over the summer. There is the upkeep and improvements of the stadium and the skill building and exposure for players. Wide Receiver Kwashek Breeden attended a Duke football camp June 3rd, 2018

What Brings You Out to Friday Night Football?

Friday night football is a community event. It is a tradition that is a part of many lives season after season. What brings our dedicated fans out, and what would you like to see that we don’t offer on Friday nights? #qp_main1983287 .qp_btna:hover input {background:#00355F!important} #qp_all1983287 {max-width:815px; margin:0 auto;} What Brings You Out to Friday