Lumberton Girls Varsity Basketball

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Did you know there are video highlights on our website?

There are video clips from fans on our website, and they are now much easier to find. Click here to go to the homepage On the homepage you will see a link to the Photo Galleries and right beside of that, you will find the Video Highlights link. See below! Under the video highlight

NCHSAA Announces Dates for Sports to Resume

Commissioner Tucker made an announcement today that we are very excited about and have been patiently waiting for a long time. Please see new calendar below for practice and contest dates as well as other important information. This looks a lot different than the past, especially with basketball coming before football, but it is great

Follow Lady Pirate Basketball on Instagram

Please follow Lady Pirate Basketball on Instagram. The Lady Pirate Basketball staff will keep you up-to-date on the Lady Pirates. As you can see from visiting their Instagram page, the Class of 2020 Lady Pirate graduates are now on their new journey in college or in the military. Best wishes to all of them! Go

Fundraiser to Support Lady Pirate Basketball

Purchase a t-shirt to help support Lady Pirate Basketball! They need new team gear and would like to update their locker room. Shirts are $20.00 in youth and adult sizes. Payments will be collected by July 13. Please see a Lady Pirate basketball player or coach to place an order. Go Pirates!

Senior Spotlight…Janiya Worley

Janiya Worley is a Pirate student-athlete who more than deserves to be in the “spotlight”. While taking honors and AP courses throughout high school, she has continued to be active in extracurricular activities and work part-time jobs. She has consistently been on the honor roll 9th – 12th grade, is a member of the National

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.

Smith Named Girls Robeson County Most Improved Player of the Year

When you walk into the gym to watch the Lady Pirates, it doesn’t take long for August Smith to catch your attention. You can tell she is serious about the game. Smith’s leadership and hard work on the court this year earned her The Robesonian’s Most Improved Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Congratulations August!

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,

Further Information About Athletic Activity

We have received further clarification from the NC State Board of Education this morning about athletic activity. Please understand that no interscholastic athletics are permitted during this time per Governor Cooper’s mandate. This includes but is not limited to a coach or athletic administrator opening a facility to be used by athletes for weightlifting, for

Five Pirates are SAC 8 All-Conference Selections

Congratulations to Michael Todd, Jadarion Chatman, Charlie Miller and August Smith for being Sandhills Athletic Conference All-Conference selections. Also, congratulations to Jordan McNeill for being selected the conference player of the year! Todd averaged 9 points per game and 12 rebounds. Chatman led the conference in assists with an average of 7.1. He was also