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Athletic Events 3/12 – 3/17

Monday 3/12- Nothing Tuesday 3/13- Varsity Softball/Baseball @ Home vs. Jack Britt @ 7:00 JV Softball/Baseball @ Jack Britt @ 5:00 Varsity Girls Soccer @71st @ 6:00 Wednesday 3/14- Tennis @ Pinecrest @ 4:00 JV/Varsity/Soccer @ Pinecrest @ 5:15/7:00 Thursday 3/15- Tennis @ Richmond @ 4:00 Track @ Pinecrest @ 5:00 Golf @Hoke (Bayonet) @2:00

Wishing Sampson the Best his Senior Year at NC Central University

Coaches are always proud to have coached a player like Justice Sampson. He is an all-around great student-athlete and respectable young man. Sampson graduated Lumberton Senior High School in 2015, leaving his mark and is now doing the same at North Carolina Central University. We are anxious and will be watching to see what his

Robeson County Schools Closed 1/5/18 … All After School Activities Canceled

The Public Schools of Robeson County are closed tomorrow. All athletic activities have been canceled as well. We will keep you updated on activities that are rescheduled. The Featured photo was taken by JV Pirate Girls Basketball Player Kaloni Walton. Kaloni has a great shot on the court and behind the camera. Click here to

Alumni Spotlight … Chris Power

Pirate graduate Chris Power continued his baseball career at Methodist University and has played for the Eastside Diamond Hoppers with the United Shore Professional Baseball League (USPBL) the past two years. As a Pirate, he was 2011 MVP, was named to the Robeson County Slugfest All-tournament team, and was named to the 2011 SEC 4A

College Players Show Support for the Pirates During Thanksgiving Break

Thanks to all of our alumni for showing support for the Pirates. We caught a few college players at a Pirate basketball game over the break. Tyreik McCallum – Independence Community College – Football Kanyon Lambert- Brevard – Football Daniel Carter and AJ Brooks – Baseball – Southeastern Community College Kyle Rhoades – Kyle attended

Success Through Community College (JUCO)

There are different paths to success for student-athletes. Success does not mean “playing as a pro”. Athletics has a tremendous affect on academics and plays an important part in the success of many doctors, lawyers, etc. You do not have to begin your college experience at a four year college. Many begin at a two

Odum Leaves Chapel Hill and Will Play at ECU

Evan Odum left UNC Chapel Hill at the end of last school year and is now playing at Florence Darlington Technical College, where he will play this season. Odum made one appearance while at Chapel Hill. Odum, knowing that it would be tough to get chances at Chapel Hill, talked it over with his family

Pirate Baseball Giving Back

The Pirates are always thankful for community support, so they jump in and give back when they can. Saturday morning, the Pirate baseball players and coaches assisted Speech Solutions and Walters Family Dentistry with their Adopt-a-Highway project. They started at 7:30 am on Linkhaw Road and filled 26 bags with trash. Go Pirates!

Pirates Named to All-County Baseball Team

Congratulations to senior AJ Brooks and sophomore Parks Ledwell for being named to the All-County Baseball Team. Brooks lead the Pirates with a .303 batting average and 8 RBIs. He was also named to the All-Conference 1st team. He has signed a letter of intent to represent Southeastern Community College on the baseball field. Parks