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Pirate Friends Chose Different Paths, but Seeing Success Doing What They Love

Pirate graduates Josh Smith and Kion Smith, cousins and close friends, were classmates and teammates for years. They both had a love of sports throughout school, and still do, but each chose a different path after high school. Pirate Graduate Josh Smith was a standout basketball and football player at Lumberton High School. In May

Boys Pirate Basketball Tryout Dates Announced

Boys basketball tryout dates for Freshmen, JV and Varsity (who do not play football) have been announced. If you wish to tryout, please make sure you have a physical on file and that you are academically eligible. Tryouts will be held in the main gym November 4-5 from 3:30 – 5:30. Go Pirates!

Thanks Again Fans for Making Lumbertonpirates.org #1 !

Thanks to the Pirate fans, we are once again #1 in the state for website views. There were over 70,000 website views in August! AMAZING! Lumbertonpirates.org came in #16 in the nation in website views, and most of the schools who outranked us have middle schools included on their website. We hope to have middle

Pirate Website #4 in Nation in Website Views

LumbertonPirates.org held the number 1 spot in North Carolina for website views in July and climbed to number 4 in the nation. The rank tells us that the website is being used by fans to find information. There are several thousand high schools using VNN (the website host). Several hundred of those schools are football

Pirates Receive Conference Sportsmanship Award

We posted back in June about the Pirates receiving a sportsmanship award. The banner has been delivered to the school and will hang in the lobby. Great sportsmanship is a priority at Lumberton High School, and we are thankful that others have recognized the results of our efforts. The following is a recap of what

Pirate Athlete Selections for East-West Games 1950 – 2019

In honor of the East-West games this week, we decided to share a list of Pirates who have been selected through the years. This year, Pirate cheerleader Yesenia Velazquez is representing the Pirates on the sidelines of the East. She cheered last night for basketball and will be on the sidelines at the football game

Who was Alton Brooks (Alton Brooks Stadium)?

Alton (Tunney) Brooks was a coach, mentor, role model, summer swim teacher, athletic director and so much more. Coach Brooks came to Lumberton High School in the late 1950’s. When Coach Brooks first came to Lumberton, he coached basketball, baseball and was an assistant coach for football. Pirate basketball had 291 wins under Coach Brooks.

Edwards Approved as New Basketball Coach

Bryant Edwards was approved Tuesday by the Public Schools of Robeson County Board of Education to be the new head Pirate boys basketball coach. Edwards has served as the head basketball coach at South Columbus for the past five seasons. Welcome aboard Coach Edwards! Go Pirates!

Grissett to Continue Basketball Career

Xavier Grissett, 2016 Pirate graduate who was a top blocker in the state, recently signed to represent the Bluefield College Rams on the basketball court. 6’6″ forward Grissett played two years at Sandhills Community College. He earned an Associates Degree through Sandhills (graduated this year) and will work toward a four year degree at Bluefield