2019-20 Sports Headlines

  • Review Athletic Health & Safety Plan

    PRSD values the learning experiences that occur for students both inside and outside of the classroom. Athletics and activities are two examples of the diverse opportunities that our students can explore. In an effort to begin to bring students back on campus, the PR Athletics Department has developed a board approved health & safety plan. This plan will serve as the roadmap for our goal of returning to athletic and extracurricular activities and remaining at school and maintaining these activities in the healthiest manner possible.

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  • Committee Selects 2nd Class of Inductees

    The Pine-Richland Athletic Hall of Fame Committee is announcing the second annual Athletic Hall of Fame Class of Inductees. Approved in June of 2020, the Pine-Richland Athletic Hall of Fame honors and recognizes those associated with Pine-Richland athletics who have experienced significant accomplishments in their chosen sport or sports.

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  • PR Boys Soccer Team Raises Money for Food Bank

    The Pine-Richland Boys Soccer Team came together while in quarantine and brainstormed ways they could help those who were in need during this difficult time.

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  • Register with New App

    Through AHN, we will now be offering Healthy Roster – a free mobile website program connecting parents and coaches directly with their licensed athletic trainer to improve the quality of care and communication for our student-athletes.

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  • PR Welcomes Coaches to Staffing Team

    The Pine-Richland Athletic Department is excited to announce the hiring of Rachelle Dixon as the high school’s head varsity girls soccer coach. Additionally, the district is announcing the hiring of Mark Hunkele as the high school head varsity cross-country coach. Coach Hunkele is no stranger to the Pine-Richland Athletic Department.

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  • District Pays Tribute to Senior Athetes

    Pine-Richland is paying tribute to senior athletes in spring sports. See the first class of honorees for the Week of April 20, 2020. Each week another set of senior athletes will be recognized.

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  • Junior Commits to Liberty

    Pine-Richland High School junior Harrison Hayes announced he is committing to Liberty University. With lots of offers, the offensive tackle announced his decision on April 14, 2020. The junior helped the team average 37.9 points per game during this past year's season.

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  • Wrestler Places 4th at PIAAs

    Pine-Richland High School junior ​Cole Spencer competed at the Hershey Giant Center March 6-8, 2020, at the state wrestling championships. Cole won four matches against the strongest competitors in the state during the three-day tournament. He came away with a fourth-place medal and a final record of 42-2, a PR season all-time record. Cole will compete in the NHSCA National Championships in Virginia Beach later this month.

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  • Hockey Playoffs Cancelled

    The PIHL semifinals have been postponed on March 12, 2020.

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  • JV1 Inline Team Earns Championship Medal

    The Pine-Richland High School Inline Hockey Program had four teams that were in the playoffs. The PRHS JV1 Team won the Tier 4 High School championship and gold medal. The varsity team earned the silver medal.

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  • Competition Cheerleaders Place Ninth Nationally

    The Pine-Richland High School Varsity Competitive Cheerleading Team traveled to the ESPN Wide World of Sports at Disney World in Orlando, FL, to compete at the National High School Cheerleading Competition on February 7-9, 2020, The team earned a spot in the final round with 14 teams. They hit 3 “Zero deduction” routines which means they executed perfectly and placed ninth.

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  • Hockey Team to Play in PIHL Quarterfinals

    The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League Playoffs will get underway the week of March 2, 2020. PRHS earned the Class AA Penguins Cub in 2019. This year, the team moved up to AAA. The team will take on Canon-McMillan on March 3, 2020, at 9 p.m. at the Prinstcape Arena for the PIHL quarterfinals.

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  • Junior Wrestlers Compete at Championships

    Pine-Richland Middle School seventh-grader Vaughn Spencer earned first place at the Pennsylvania Junior High Wrestling State Championships this weekend in Johnstown in the 138lb division. In addition, seventh-grader Maclane Miller placed sixth at the championships.

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  • Wrestler Advances to PIAAs

    Junior Cole Spencer qualified for a trip to states to be hosted at Hershey on March 5, 2020. He won four matches at the WPIAL tournament on February 28-29, 2020, and remained undefeated at 38-0 to win his first WPIAL Championship in wrestling. In addition, Cole won his 100th high-school career win in the finals.Athlete & Coaches Athlete & Coaches Six other Ram wrestlers competed including seniors Jake Lukez, Nate Lukez, Robby Palmier, Zach Shaver, sophomore Kelin Laffey, and Athony Ferraro.

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  • Crew Competes in Indoor Competition

    The Pine-Richland Crew team (High school and Middle School) participated in the Erg in the Burg indoor regatta/race on February 22, 2020, at Marshall Middle School.

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2018-19 Sports Headlines

  • Committee Announces First-Ever Class of Inductees

    The Pine-Richland Athletic Hall of Fame Committee is announcing the first-ever Athletic Hall of Fame class of inductees. Approved in March of 2019, the Pine-Richland Athletic Hall of Fame honors and recognizes those associated with Pine-Richland athletics who have experienced significant accomplishments in their chosen sport or sports.

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