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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,

Pirate Spring Sports Opportunities

With the spring sports schedules coming out soon, we thought we would post a list of spring sports available at Lumberton High School. Don’t miss important information. Listen to announcements daily and check flyers posted by Coach Register’s office. Spring sports include: Baseball Softball Girls Soccer Track and field Boys Tennis Boys Golf Go Pirates!

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

Coach Larry Gore Retires

Wednesday, December 19th, will be Coach Larry Gore’s last day at Lumberton High, and he will be missed by all. Gore graduated from LHS in 1979. He was a student-athlete, and excelled on the basketball court. After graduating from LHS, he went on to play at the college level representing UNCW on the court. If

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!