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Defending Our House 

The Phoenix wrestling team celebrates a team title in the Coach Harry Mondale Memorial Invitational on November 30 at PHS. 

Pirate Power 

The Phoenix girls' basketball team celebrated its second win of the young season when it defeated Cascade Christian 45-25 on Dec. 1. 

Shootout Style 

The Phoenix boys won the 2018 Pirate Shootout, defeating St. Mary's 63-60 in the championship game. 

We're Goin' To State! 

The Phoenix girls' cross country earned a spot in the OSAA State Meet by finishing second in the Skyline District. Shelby Platt, Jasper Cortell, Scarlett Moit, Heidi Taylor, Sophia Stubblefield, Lucy Newell and Lupita Alegria.  

Eye Have It! 

Katelyn Hanson has plenty of eyes on her as she goes to the floor to return a ball against Hidden Valley. -WST Photography 

Unhand Me 

Nik Goff works to break free from a Cottage Grove tackler. -WST Photography 

Excuse Me! 

Maggie Carrillo tangles with a North Marion defender as she tries to score. 

Keep Away 

Giselle Perez-Hernandes is on the move against North Valley. -WST Photography 

All Arms & Legs 

Phoenix's Liz Parra gets defensive against Henley. -WST Photography 

Powering Through 

Pirate running back Mateo Lopez grinds out yards against Klamath Union. -WST Photography 

Well Coach... 

Quarterback Zach Dungey explains the situation to Coach Carvalho. -WST Photography 

Doubling Up 

Micheal Walker (28) and Seth Firestone close in on a KU runner. -WST Photography 


Sandra Villa cuts off a Henley player in the Pirates' 2-2 draw with the Hornets. -WST Photography 

We Can See The Future!!! 

Get those future Pirates to join us....  

Here's Johnny!!! 

Johnny Esquivel and goalie Moises Rivera make sure a corner kick won't find the goal in a 4-0 win over Hidden Valley. -WST Photography 


Victor Martinez has everything in line as he scored a hat trick against Hidden Valley. -WST Photography 

Fired Up! 

Phoenix's Abi George, Raylysa Goff and Ashlinn Reneau support their team in a win over Klamath Union. -WST Photography 

On His Tail 

Phoenix's Yovanni Bazan-Chavez pursues Kole Phair of Mazama near the finish of the Skyline District race in Klamath Falls.  

They Have It Hand-led! 

Phoenix's Sophia Tringolo (3) and Celeste McKinnon put up a block against KU. -WST Photography 

Oh Moi! 

Pirate goalie Moises Rivera turns back a shot in another Pirate victory. -WST Photography 


The shadows were out in full force as Davon Ruiz prepares to score against Sweet Home. -Photo courtesy WST Photography 

The Set-Up 

Pirate junior Anna Ellis delivers a set against Mazama. -Photo courtesy WST Photography 

Pirate Power 

The PHS cheering section is fired up for Pirate volleyball.  

Field Command 

The Pirate Marching Band made its 2018 debut during the September 14 football game against Sweet Home. -Photo courtesy WST Photography 

Making A Point 

Jacky Hawkins stretches for yards against Sweet Home. -Photo courtesy WST Photography 

In Charge 

Dan Martinez controls the ball, and helps Phoenix control the game in a 5-1 win over Molalla. 

In The Pirates' Corner 

PHS alumni were on hand in Beaverton to cheer the boys' soccer team on to a 4-1 win at Valley Catholic. 

The Dusty Trail 

Phoenix's Julian Richey covers the course at Steen Sports Park in Klamath Falls.  

Cheering On The Pirates 

PHS cheer provided the sideline pep for the Pirates. 

Storming The Field 

Here come the Pirates to open the season. 



Breaking Free 

JV quarterback Colton Sammis eludes an Eagle Point defender. -Photo courtesy WST Photography 

JV2 boys win again, defeat St Mary 42-40. That's 5 in a row for the young fellas...holy toledo Romi Pulido!

5:50 AM - 18 Dec 18

Pirate girls had ton of energy and got after it in 46-40 loss to Douglas today. Remember...improvement can come in……

3:07 AM - 16 Dec 18

Pirates are only varsity boys' team to finish 3-0 at Hidden Valley tourney after 57-44 win over Cascade Christian.……

3:01 AM - 16 Dec 18

Pirate girls in a battle with Douglas, tied 21-21 @ half

1:48 AM - 16 Dec 18

The Phoenix boys' basketball team took their own Shootout to extremes on Saturday afternoon. The Pirates connected 10 times form three-point range in an impressive 63-60 win over St. Mary'...

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A pair of Phoenix wrestlers earned sixth-place finishes in the one of Oregon's toughest wrestling tournaments over the weekend. Ezra DeLuca (113 pounds) and Jacky Hawkins (145) paced the Pira...

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After a slow start to the day, the Phoenix girls' basketball warmed up on Saturday. The Pirates bounced back from a 44-30 loss to Tillamook in the semifinals to a claim a 51-49 win over Rogue...

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A slow start spelled trouble for the Phoenix boys basketball team on Tuesday night. The Pirates trailed early and spent the night trying to catch Eagle Point in a 61-53 loss at Phoenix Tuesday ni...

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Eventually the threes starting falling for Eagle Point, which spelled trouble for the Phoenix girls' basketball team on Tuesday night. The visiting Eagles connected on eight three-point baske...

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This time, the Phoenix girls' basketball team wasted no team getting things going. After a slow start during the first half of a season-opening win on Thursday, the Pirates took charge early ...

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A new energy can be found in the Phoenix girls' basketball program. And that energy led to a victory on Thursday night as the Pirates opened the season with a 38-25 non-conference win at Illinois ...

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It took some time, but eventually the Phoenix boys' basketball team created some distance between itself and Illinois Valley on Thursday night. Tied at halftime, the Pirates used a strong sec...

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Boys Varsity Soccer

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BY   TIM TROWER OF THE MAIL TRIBUNE  November 06, 2018 Phoenix gave up six goals in the entirety of its boys soccer season. The last one, in...

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The Phoenix girls' cross country team finished an impressive season, placing eighth at the OSAA State Meet in Eugene on November 3. The Pirates totalled 193 team points. Marist won the m...

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