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The Beginning May Be Near!

Today the MHSAA released guidelines for starting sports back up. While at the moment we are still waiting for the Governor to lift the stay at home order, there is some light at the end of the tunnel.  When the Governor allows, Pirate sports will begin the summer season. There is multi level approach to

Faith vs Fear

“Both faith and fear look forward to a future that has not happened. One looks at a positive future and the other on a negative future.” This is a quote from Jon Gordon, a leadership speaker and author. We have and will lose some things that are important to us during this time. It is

Getting Better Athletically

Challenging times offer opportunities. The last few weeks most of our student athletes have had more free time than possibly ever before. The opportunity is to take advantage of all this time. We encourage all our student athletes to continue working on growing their minds. The school continues to provide lessons for the students to

Things You Can Do

Students remember when your parents talked about walking to school uphill both ways to make a point about difficulty. You will not have to make up any stories to tell your kids! This is a unique and challenging time. I know many of you have positive attitudes which make Pirate Athletics so great. But it

Extra Time: Help Others

One of the great opportunities in sports is to develop things like perseverance, passion, and putting your team mates ahead of yourself. Sports provide a place to work through the challenges of building these characteristics. The vast majority of our student athletes will end their sport careers at high school graduation. The desire of our

At Home Workouts

For the next few weeks we know our student athletes will be at home. Do not let this time go to waste. Spring sports have or will be getting workouts from their coaches. If you do not have a workout to follow, we have one you can do at home. It uses mostly body weight,

Girls’ Basketball Regional Game Spectator Bus

The Girls’ Basketball team will play Manton tonight at 6pm in Grayling. A spectator bus is leaving at 2:15pm. There is limited space available on the bus. If you are interested in riding, please contact Tim Hertzler at 873-6228.