Lumberton Girls Varsity Volleyball

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Volleyball 1976-1977 (Do you recognize any names?)

Volleyball season 1976-1977 was a good year for the Pirates with a record of 10-3, which earned them 2nd place in the Southeastern 4A. Patricia McNair was named all-conference and Joanna Huggins was an honorable mention. Other teammates were: Shirley Ivey, Susan Williams, Wanda Crump, Mamie Huggins, Jean Armwood, Sherry Stone, Gloria Douglas and Larosa

IMPORTANT! Required Forms for Student-Athletes Who Plan to Return to Play

As many of you know, NCHSAA announced that the dead period has been lifted as of June 15th (today). Sports will return in phases following state and local guidelines. If you are a student-athlete who plans to play sports at Lumberton Senior High School then there are forms that your parent/guardian and physician need to

Culbreth Spotlighted by McDonald’s and The Robesonian

Three sport Pirate student-athlete Katelyn Culbreth is one of two Robeson County athletes in the Robeson County Athletic Spotlight for the week by McDonald’s and The Robesonian. Thanks McDonald’s and The Robesonian! Go Pirates! Images used below and in the featured photo are from The Robesonian.

Being Productive While at Home

Pirates, we hope you are doing well. Coaches, teachers, and administration miss you! Not being able to come to school has forced us all to make a new routine, and we want your new routine to be a “productive” and healthy routine. In order to be productive, planning is important. Plan out your week today,

Senior Spotlight…Lennon Hickman

Pirate student-athlete Lennon Hickman is an amazing role model for future Pirates and her peers. Hickman has performed well in athletics while never letting up on the hard work she puts in academically. Hickman is a three sport athlete who plays soccer (captain), volleyball (captain) and was a member of the swim team. She was

Senior Spotlight…Katelyn Culbreth

Katelyn Culbreth is a name many Pirate fans will immediately recognize. She is a standout student-athlete who plays multiple sports and has received numerous academic and athletic awards. It has been said countless times, “You can get to college without playing sports, but you can’t get to college without putting in the work in the

Senior Spotlight…Tehya Bullard

Tehya Bullard decided to become a part of the Pirate family after the closing of South Robeson High School. She was a standout student-athlete as a South Robeson Mustang and continues to be a standout student-athlete as a Pirate. The importance of starting high school strong as a freshman, working hard in the classroom as

Four Lady Pirates Named to All-County Volleyball Team

Congratulations to the following ladies for being All-County Volleyball selections. Hailey Werrell – Player of the Year 194 kills and 91 blocks Katelyn Culbreth 142 kills 77 blocks Tehya Bullard 244 digs August Smith 421 Assists Proud of you ladies! Go Pirates! Also congratulations to Coach Register for being named All-County Volleyball Co-Coach of the

Register Named All-County Volleyball Co-Coach of the Year

Congratulations to Coach Register for being named All-County Volleyball Co-Coach of the Year! Varsity volleyball had a 13-9 overall record this season and finished 5th in the conference. They made the state playoffs for the first time in 6 years. Register is also the Pirate athletic director and softball coach. He wears many hats at

Werrell Named All-County Player of the Year

With 194 kills and 91 blocks for the Pirates this year, Hailey Werrell was named All-County Player of the Year. Congratulations Hailey! Go Pirates!