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Women’s Soccer Team Advances to Elite Eight

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

May 20, 2019

The women’s varsity soccer championship tournament has officially begun. In order to become state champions, a team must win five games. The first round of the tournament on May 7 was a bye week for the Pirates. On May 10, the second round took place at Page where the Pirates battled the Olympic Trojans,...

Track Season Starts Off With A Bang

Emmanuel Jones, Staff Writer

May 7, 2019

Starting off March with a plethora of races. Page’s track team raced in the Alton Tyre Invitational Relay, Northeast Dual Meet, Page Home Meet, and the Panther’s Invitational. Page’s track team has been training really hard for these races and did amazing.   On March 9th, Page raced in the Alton Tyre I...

Women’s Soccer Dominates as the Season Finishes

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

May 7, 2019

On April 18, Page battled Northwest. The game was a win by one goal. During the Pirates’ next game, High Point Central was defeated by two points. On May 1, the Pirates played Grimsley and won by one goal. East Chapel Hill and Page played each other on May 2, but the game was a tie. After playing these...

Harder’s Interview: His Experience Three Months as AD

Harder’s Interview: His Experience Three Months as AD

William Petitt, Sports Editor

April 18, 2019

With three months as full time Athletic Director under his belt, former Men’s Basketball Head Coach Matthew Harder is leading the Page Athletic program with confidence. In this interview, he answers liminal questions about his experience so far as Athletic Director, his coaching perspective and influences...

Women’s Soccer Teams on Winning Streaks

Sophia Robertson, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

Page’s junior varsity and varsity women’s soccer teams have been on winning streaks during the last few weeks. Both teams played Northwest on April 2. In the varsity game, the Pirates and the Vikings did not score any goals, so the game went into a shootout. Page shot five goals and beat Northwest...

Another Win Against Grimsley

Emelia Pack, Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

Page softball played Grimsley on April 9, facing them again and bringing home another victory in the Page/Grimsley rivalry. “We won 19-0, so we all hit really well and played strong defensively. We had a really great time and we all cheered everyone on. Everyone got to play and everyone kept a smi...

Page High Alumni Paris Kea Drafted to the WNBA

Page High Alumni Paris Kea Drafted to the WNBA

William Petitt, Sports Editor

April 12, 2019

With the 25th overall selection on Wednesday night, the Indiana Fever of the WNBA selected one of Page’s own: Paris Kea. Kea, both a Page Alum and former Pages By Page writer, was drafted in the third round and was one of the Fever’s three picks along with Teaira McCowan(Mississippi State) and Caliya ...

Men’s Lacrosse Sticking it to the Rest of the Triad

William Petitt, Sports Editor

April 9, 2019

Most of the way through the regular season, Page Men’s Lacrosse has a strong record of 7-2. This includes a 5-1 record at home and an even 1-1 record while away, tallying home wins against Grimsley, Reagan and a 26-1 annihilation of High Point Central in late March. The Pirates have lost twice this...

Boys Tennis Staying on Top

Olivia Emmert, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

The Boys Tennis Team had two matches last week and won one game and lost the other. On Wednesday, April 3th, the boys had a match against Northwest Guilford and unfortunately lost. It was an away conference match and they lost 3-6. However, the boys redeemed themselves on Thursday, April 4th, by winn...

Softball’s Week of Wins

Emelia Pack, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

The last week of March was a good one for the Lady Pirates, with the softball team winning all three of their games. On the 26, the girls played a home game against Ragsdale High School, pulling away quickly with a 15-1 final score, which stopped after four innings due to a run rule. Their success co...

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