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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

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 Male Athlete of the Year

This young man excelled in three sports as a Pirate. He was the county basketball defensive player of the year, all conference basketball, all county and all conference football, and selected to the Best of 910Preps team for track and field. Congratulations to Kwashek Breeden for being selected the Pirate Male Athlete of the Year!

Pirates Well Represented at Best of 910Preps

Nine Pirate athletes were selected as Best of 910Preps and invited to attend a banquet held last night in their honor. The selections come from 49 schools in 10 counties. The banquet is a huge event for the athletes with photo ops, great food, and awards. The Fayetteville Observer referred to it as their “academy

Pirate Alumnus Wins Bronze Metal at World Open in Japan

2006 Pirate graduate Michael Dudley was selected to the 2019 USA Bench National Team, and competed in Tokyo, Japan in the 2019 International Powerlifting Federation’s World Open. Dudley won a bronze metal with a lift of 540 pounds. As a Pirate, he wrestled and ran cross country and track (regional qualifier in cross country and

Breeden Named to 910Preps All Star Team

Congratulations to Kwashek Breeden for being selected to the Best of 910Preps all star track and field team! The Fayetteville Observer sports staff selects the all star team from all public and private schools in the 10 county region. To say that being selected to the all star team is an honor is an understatement.

State Track and Field Results

Three Pirates qualified for state competition in track and field. They traveled to NC A&T in Greensboro last weekend to compete. Senior Kwashek Breeden brought home 3rd place in the 110 hurdles with a time of 14.64 and 5th place in the 300 hurdles with a time of 39.90. Senior Braylen Grice finished 8th in

Three Sport Varsity Student-Athletes Recogized

The term “Super Pirates” describes a group of Pirate athlete standouts who play three varsity sports. Many of them are members of the Beta Club, National Honor Society and other clubs, have a job, give back to the community and work hard in the classroom. Congratulations to the 21 Super Pirates who were recognized at