Meet The Pirates
Pirate cheer helped make the starting line-ups feel like a home game at North Valley.
Cheer On Pirates!
Pirate cheer made the trip to North Valley as Phoenix won all five games it played on January 21.
Under The Spotlight
The light was shining bright on Phoenix wrestling as coach Tyler Cowger looked on during a 52-30 Senior Night win over Ashland.
Pirate Pool Peeps
Phoenix swimming mugged it up at the recent Skyline Conference meet in Grants Pass.
From The Depths
It's Ford Foggleman in the butterfly for the Phoenix swimmers.
Phoenix Alex Meeder and Julius Bolstad have an Eagle Point player surrounded in a recent JV2 game.
Phoenix finished third in the Beach Bash Tournament in Gold Beach on Feb. 1.
Here's What We Need To Do
PHS girls' basketball coach Chelsea Winner makes a point in a win over Klamath Union. -Mrs. Redding photo
Shot Up The Shootout
The Phoenix girls celebrate their title in the 2019 Pirate Shootout.
Pirate guard Neco Ortega has some company in the championship game of the Pirate Shootout. -Mrs. Redding photo
Phoenix's Salvador Castanon, Micheal Walker and Ryan Brumble won individual titles in the 2019 Harry Mondale Invitational.
Ethan Humble heads to the hoop against Klamath Union. -Mrs. Redding photo
HUGE Pirate Game Day on this Frosty Fist Bump Friday....Nate Wood in the pool at State, wrestlers grappling for reg… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
3:15 PM - 21 Feb 20
If you can't make the trip to KU for hoops tomorrow night both games will be live streamed mybasin.com/2020/02/20/wat…
6:31 PM - 20 Feb 20
Twas a big weekend for PHS Speechers and Debaters in Eugene...Kaden Caywood and Karli Farrimond placed 2nd against… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
6:53 PM - 19 Feb 20
More Tuesday Magic for the Pirate boys. Watts cashes in final shot for 50-48 win at Mazama. Sets up a biggie at KU on Friday!
4:56 AM - 19 Feb 20
Girls had a battle at Mazama before slow second half in 14-point loss.
4:54 AM - 19 Feb 20
Over 70 future soccer stars rockin' it at JPAL opening night!!! pic.twitter.com/mocPZaeoup
2:53 AM - 19 Feb 20
Reminder that JPAL Soccer starts tonight...6-7:30 pm at PHS. Students in grades K-6 are invited to participate. Sti… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
3:24 PM - 18 Feb 20
Happy National FFA Week Pirates. We're super fortunate to have a great chapter led by a pair of outstanding leaders… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
3:22 PM - 18 Feb 20
Pirate Game Day features the start of a big two-game week in KFalls. Pirates taking on Mazama in key Skyline battle… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
3:20 PM - 18 Feb 20
Phoenix's Nate Wood is heading to the OSAA State Swimming Meet in Tualatin after earning a wild card spot thanks to his efforts at the district meet over the weekend in Cottage Grove. The Pirate junior posted the seventh fastest time in the state in the 100 breaststroke on Saturday. Wood was clocked in 1:09.85 The winners of each of the four regionals automatically advanced along with the next eight fastest times. Wood was fourth in the finals of the event. Pirate coach Jim Heath provided a round-up of the weekend's efforts...At the District Championship finals today our sort of small team of Pirates still made some waves! We placed 8th for girls and 8th for boys. We busted nearly every preliminary time from yesterday, set a great number of PRs, and season best relay times too. Almost everyone in finals held their place or moved up. Move ups were: Girls' and boys' 200 medley relays moved from 8th up to 7th and 6th respectively. Derek Graham moved up from 15th to 13th in the 200 free. Heidi Taylor moved up from 7th to 6th in the 100 fly. Ford Fogleman moved up from 8th to 7th in the 100 fly. Zyan Shull-Bain moved up from 15th to 14th in the 100 back. To cap off our successful individual performances, Nate Wood put up a great new personal record in the 100 breaststroke. It has been a great season and a memorable Championship weekend. Results of finals are posted on our webpage at:http://piratesswimming.com/resul…/2020-districts-results.pdf ...
Phoenix and North Valley combined to host the Pirate/Knight Invite at the Grants Pass YMCA on Tuesday afternoon, with some stellar PHS results as the boys finished first as a team while the girls were second. First place Pirates were:Heidi Taylor (200free), Elwood Hosking (200free), Payton Conley (100 breast), Nate Wood (100 breast) and both our 400 free relays. Most of our athletes hit new PR's today. PHS coach Jim Heath said the meet put his teams on track for the upcoming district meet at Cottage Grove on February 14-15. Also scoring were: Sophie Stubblefield, Claire Mathewson,Derrick Graham, Jackson Fries, Pearl Ward, Rose Moser, Tyler Clark, and Zyan Shull-Bain, Team scores and full results available at: http://piratesswimming.com/…/knights&pirates-invitational-2… ...