Page Hires New Football Head Coach

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

January 8, 2020

After a tough football season for the Pirates, a new head coach for the team was hired. Doug Robertson, a graduate from Reidsville High School and Guilford College, took over as head coach over the break. Coach Robertson earned multiple All-Conference honors in 1996 and 1997 at Guilford College. ...

Women’s Basketball Team Shooting for Improvement

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2020

The women’s basketball team of Page has had a tough season with only two wins. The first seven games were losses. On December 4, 6, and 10, Page lost to Dudley, West Forsyth, and Northeast Guilford. The team had a boost in morale when they beat South Granville on December 13. Page scored 47 points...

Men’s Basketball Starting 2020 With a Win

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2020

After maintaining a winning streak of five games, the men’s varsity basketball team lost their first game. In early December, Page lost to Dudley by a mere four points. Later that week, Page won their game against West Forsyth. In an overtime game on December 10, Page lost to Northeast. Then, South...

Men’s Basketball on Winning Streak

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

December 4, 2019

The winter basketball season has already begun, and the Page Men’s Varsity Team is on a winning streak. In a close first game against T. Wingate Andrews, Page scored 53 and their opponent scored 49. Two days later, on November 22, Page beat Northeast by scoring 73 points. Against First Flight, a school...

Women’s Basketball Fighting for a Win

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

December 4, 2019

The Women’s Varsity Basketball Team kicked off their season on Wednesday, November 20, in a game against T. Wingate Andrews. In this away game, Page lost by nearly 50 points. Page also lost their next two games, games against Northeast and Southern. On December 3, Page could not get a win when they...

Pirates Finish Football Season in Playoffs

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2019

After a rough start to the season, Page’s varsity football team dominated High Point Central on October 25. Page scored 41 points, while High Point Central, a team with a 0-11 record, came out with only 7. Sophomore KJ Morehead scored 12 touchdown points, and Tylar Elliott earned five extra points...

Successful Soccer Season Ends with 3rd Round Defeat

Jasmit Leiva-Marin, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

      On November 9, the boys of the Page High School Men’s varsity team got on the bus and traveled down to South Caldwell (Hudson, NC) for their 2nd round of playoffs. The boys won with a winning score of 1-0, which brought them to Round 3 of playoffs against Northwest Guilford.        The fol...

Soccer Defeats Mavericks in First Round

Jasmit Leiva-Marin, Staff Writter

November 7, 2019

      On October 29th, the boys of the Page High School men’s soccer varsity team had a home conference game against Rivalry school Grimsley High, Sadly the boys did not walk out Victorious as they lost with a score of 1-0.       Yesterday November 6th the boys had their first home playoff gam...

Pirates Participate in Volleyball Championships

Sophia Robertson, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2019

On October 26, Page’s Varsity Volleyball Team played their first game in the 2019 Volleyball State Championship tournament against Porter Ridge. Page won all three sets of this game and advanced to the next round that took place on October 29. In this game, the Pirates played against West Forsyth,...

Soccer Gets Ready for the Whirlies

Jasmit Leiva-Marin, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

As the soccer season is coming close to an end, the boys of the Page Pirates Mens Varsity Team are wrapping up the season with 7 wins so far. On Tuesday October 22nd the boys had a home conference game against High Point Central and won with a score of 2-0. They now prepare for another winning game agai...

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