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West Carrollton Athletics Summer Camps

The West Carrollton Athletic Department is proud to announce our upcoming summer camps. Each camp will be run by the varsity coaching staffs of each respective sport. Each camper will receive a free camp T-shirt sponsored by our friends at Kettering Health Network. Please see the attached flyer for more information! Please note that football

Strong Showing From the Pirates Track Teams at the MVL Championship Meet

The Pirates had a great night at the Miami Valley League Championship Track Meet. The Boys team won the MVL Valley Division Championship and the Girls team finished runners up in the MVL Valley Division by half of a point. For full results, including detailed results, please CLICK HERE The Pirates will look to continue

Varsity Boys Track wins MVL!!

Last evening at the MVL track and field championship, the boys team won the division championship! It was a total team effort that contributed to their success. The evening was highlighted by junior Cedric Anthony, who took 1st place in the long jump. The Pirates will next compete at the district tournament next Wednesday and

Varsity Girls Track Finishes 2nd at MVL

Last evening at the MVL track and field championship, the lady Pirates had a strong showing as they finished runner-up in the race for the division title. The evening was highlighted by the 1st place finish of the 4X400 meter team which included Sienna Payton, Rachel Woodroof, Ashyia Sales, and Demesha Thomas. The Pirates will

Summer Camp Information

The West Carrollton Athletic Department is proud to announce the upcoming summer camps. All camps will be hosted by the Varsity coaching staffs. Our camps will provide your Pirate with a chance to practice fundamentals and advanced skills in a positive, safe, and FUN environment! Please register your Pirate today to reserve your spot. No experience

MVL Track Championship Meet Information

The varsity track and field teams travel to Troy tomorrow night (May 13) for the MVL Championship. Please see below for some important information. 1.   All tickets are sold online off the Troy Athletic website. CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE WEBSITE. See instructions below for instructions.  2.  All team camps will be on the

Sports Physical Night

The West Carrollton Athletic Department and Kettering Health Network are proud to offer Sports Physical Night on Tuesday, May 25th. Students and parents can come get their annual sports physical completed for $15 and complete the mandatory requirement for all extracurricular activities. More information will be coming soon, but make sure to SAVE THE DATE!

WC Varsity Track has strong performance at Lebanon

Last evening, the Pirate track teams competed against 14 other schools at the Lebanon Invitational. The girls finished 5th after getting first place finishes from Demesha Thomas in the 100,200, and 400 meter sprint races. Ashyia Sales also finished first in the long jump. After dealing with some injuries, the boys team battled to finish

Cheerleading Tryout Information

Tryouts for both high school and middle school cheerleading teams being on Tuesday, May 18th. CLICK HERE to take the pre-tryout survey. Please make sure you are prepared with your FinalForms and sports physical requirements completed. CLICK HERE for step by step directions. TRYOUT INFORMATION  Dates & Times: May 18 & 19 – camp dates

Middle School Tournament Schedules

The Miami Valley League has released the postseason brackets for middle school baseball and softball. The first round games will be played at the higher seed’s field, and the quarter, semi, and finals will all be played at a specific location. Pirates Softball – Friday, May 7th – 5:30pm – @ Mad River Pirates Baseball

Two Pirates Break a School Record at the Wayne Invitational

Congratulations to sophomores Ashyia Sales and China Marzette for breaking the school record in the triple jump. China Marzette broke the record with a jump of 31 feet and 3 inches. Ashyia Sales becomes the new record holder with a jump of 34 feet. The previous record of 31 feet and 8 1/2 inches was