Girls Varsity Soccer · Pirates Shut-Out the Redman in Season Opener
Multiple Teams · Spring Parent/Coaches Meeting Cancelled for Tonight
Spring is here!! Tonight was going to be the annual Spring Parent/Coaches Meetings for boys/girls track & field, boys golf, baseball, softball, girls soccer, & girls swimming. These meetings will not be made up but please contact the head coach of the activity that your son/daughter is planning on trying out for: Track & Field
Multiple Teams · Piper Soccer/Football Brackets & Regional Cross Country Results
Exciting Saturday for the Pirates. Piper Cross Country ran at regionals in Lansing sending our 1st runner to state since 2013 with Jr. Owen Roellchen getting 3rd place. Piper Fr. Alana Textor nearly missed a trip to state by 4 seconds!!! Click link below for full regional results. http://www.kshsaa.org/public/crosscountry/pdf/4ARegional3.pdf Piper volleyball traveled to Independence to
Multiple Teams · Undefeated Frontier League Champs!!!!
Piper soccer completed an undefeated Frontier League season last night @ Louisburg. On a great night for soccer the 2019 team came together to put away the Wildcats 5-1 securing the league championship, 11-5 final record, and a #1 seed in the 4A-1A East play-offs. Wildcats scored the 1st goal of the game and then
Multiple Teams · Go Glorious!!!! Piper Soccer Regional Champions
Piper girls soccer team defeated Bonner Springs last night 3-1 for the 2018 Regional Championship plague. Your Pirates played with grit and fight all night against a Braves team that put up a valiant effort in defeat. Piper scoring came from freshman Jessica Thomas getting 2 goals and Lexi Miles putting one in the net
Multiple Teams · Piper v Eudora 1st Rd of Soccer Play-Offs
Piper HS hosted the Cardinals of Eudora last night winning 7-0. The 1st half was all about the young Pirates. Freshmen Jessica Thomas scored 3, Ryia Richardson, and Lexi Miles contributed to the 5-0 halftime lead. With the Pirates in command, Sr. Gabi Rodriquez scored twice in the 2nd half making the final tally 7-0.