Page Men’s Golf Preview

Spencer Harris, Staff Writer
March 2, 2017
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The 2017 Men's golf team is excited to return eight players under first year head coach, Josh McGehee. The team has four main goals for the season: To win their fourth consecutive regular season conference title, their fourth consecutive conference tournament, and finish top three at Regionals, in order...

Page Women’s Soccer: New Year New Goals

Ahangyibwe Sadock, Staff Writer
March 2, 2017
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The Page woman’s varsity soccer team, coached by James Pielow and assistant coach Trevor Chase, had an exceptional season last year as they went 16-3-1 in the regular season. They also went to the second round of the State playoffs where the pirates lost 4-0 to the Charlotte Catholic Cougars. When as...

Page Men’s Tennis Preview

Branch Bobbitt, Staff Writer
March 2, 2017
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The Page men’s tennis team is coming off an undefeated and state championship season. Robert Hogewood returns to coach the Pirates. They have eight seniors returning including Hardy Brown, Henry Enochs, and Charlie Snipes. Also, Jack Leatherwood is a newcomer to the team who will be a key player. Th...

Men’s Lacrosse Season Preview

Anna Sardzinski, Staff Writer
February 27, 2017
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 The brothers are back! A new head coach, Newton Babb, will instruct this year the Varsity Men’s Lacrosse team. Some key players that will be returning to the team this spring are Mathew Ferner- Defense, Jack Maginnes- Attack, Bryan Bell Midfield, Parker Pearsall- Attack, and Bill Osteen- goalie,...

Page Softball Preview

Page Softball Preview

Jacob Ludwig, Staff Writer
February 27, 2017
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The Pirates hope to do good this season with many returning stars from last year. The returners from last year include Gracey Albright,( Sr. catcher), Kamryn Graves, (Jr short stop), Caroline Dunn, (Sr. third base), Madelyn Albright, (sophomore first base), Cassidi Sockwell, (sophomore centerfield),...

Round 2 For Men’s Hoops

Branch Bobbitt, Staff Writer
February 27, 2017
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The Pirates played in the Conference Championship game on Friday, February 7. Page won 56-51 against Dudley. Tylan Tatum led the team in points with 12. Elijah Short and Jordan Smith both had 11. Will Jones did not play due to a foot injury. On February 21, the pirates played Ardrey Kell in the first rou...

Farewell to our Girls Basketball Season!

Tori Morehead, Staff Writer
February 24, 2017
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Our Pirates' women's basketball team sadly ended their 20-8, No.1 conference seed season last night against Hough High School. With the score of 46-36 our girls fell 10 points short to move on to the third round of playoffs. Leading the Hough Huskies going  into halftime up 21-14, the Huskies came back...

Wrestlers Compete in Regionals; Goke to States

Spencer Harris, Staff Writer
February 24, 2017
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After a strong season, the Page Wrestling team, coached by Coach Jordan Ashley,  sent sixteen wrestlers to the regional wrestling tournament on Friday, February 10. The wrestlers were Tyrone Ashley, Jed Darnell, Antonio Herbin, Charlie Stephens, Adam Shea, Elliot Holden, Will Woodburn, Richard Ellen,...

Pirate Swimmers Find Success at State Meet

Noah Waxman, Staff Writer
February 24, 2017
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On Friday, February 10th, qualifying Pirates swam in the NCHSAA 4A State Championship. The Girl's team, only consisting of four swimmers (Mckenzie Campbell, Hannah Copeland, Mary Grace  Copeland, and Lucy Pearce) placed 8th overall out of 35! Congratulations to those girls. Coach Krasowski reflects on the...

Lady Pirates Take Tough Loss in Conference Tournament; Host Game One of State Playoffs

Tori Morehead, Staff Writer
February 21, 2017
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Our Number 1 seed Girls Pirates basketball took a sad loss, 40-34, against No.2 seed and rival Dudley Panthers in the All-Metro 4A Conference tournament championship on Friday night at Southeast Guilford. Reagan Kargo led the Lady Pirates with 11points in the contest. Now, though, it's state playoff...

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