The 2017 season is officially underway with the Lady Pirate Golf team opening their season on Monday evening at Westwood Golf Course against conference opponent Scottsburg and county rival Jeffersonville. The Lady Pirates put up an impressive showing, with an overall team score of 253, finishing third behind Scottsburg, 230, and Jeffersonville, 239. Sophomores Kylan Burke, 59, Andrea McCoy, 64, and Lizzie Hill, 66, all had impressive debuts for the Lady Pirates. Head Coach Kim Carroll commented, “I am very pleased with our new golfers in their first match of the season. I hope to see much improvement in the scores of everyone by the end of the season.” The Lady Pirates will be back in action on Wednesday against Clarksville at Elk Run Golf Course, tee off at 4:00pm.
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We are very excited to announce that the Charlestown High School Athletic Department has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign athletic participation forms for your students. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your students, saving you time.
This will allow:
- Coaches and trainers to have emergency information on each student through their mobile device
- Parents to retrieve their information if an athlete decides to move and transfer
You may review your data at any time to verify it is correct. You will be required to sign your forms once per year and after any update.
We will be sending out the Parent Playbook to get started in FinalForms. If you require any support during the process, scroll to the page bottom and click “Use Support.”
We are asking that ALL parents of student-athletes use FinalForms. The Charlestown High School Athletic Department will no longer be accepting paper copies of the packets. The only form we will accept on paper is the Physical Examination Form.
Please register at: https://greaterclark-in.finalforms.com and follow the prompts to create your account, create your students and sign your forms.
We will be hosting a parent meeting for all student-athletes, and their parents, on Tuesday, July 25th at 6:00PM in the CHS Sports Arena to discuss the upcoming season, and to go over some things from FinalForms. A computer lab will be open and available for parents who would like to register their students that night.
Thank you for your assistance in streamlining our paperwork processes at Charlestown High School.
Click below for a step-by-step guide on creating your account, creating your students and signing your forms!
The softball game between Charlestown and Eastern Pekin, and the baseball game between Charlestown and Brownstown Central has been cancelled due to field conditions. Softball will make their game up between Eastern Pekin during the West Washington Invitational on Saturday, May 20th. The Charlestown vs. Brownstown Central baseball game will be made up on Thursday, May 18th at 5:30pm.
Please be advised that the softball game at home against West Washington and the Track & Field invitational at North Harrison are both CANCELLED for tonight due to the threat of severe weather.
Softball will travel to West Washington on Saturday, May 20th to play in their invitational. More information TBA.
On Friday evening, the Pirate Baseball team (3-4 overall; 0-0 MSC) hosted a team from Tri County, Michigan for a double header with New Albany. New Albany defeated Tri County, Michigan 13-3 in game one of the doubleheader, and the Pirates played Tri County following. Tri County jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the top of the first, but the Pirates answered with 1 in the bottom half and 3 in the bottom of the second and never looked back in route to the 19-5 win over Tri County, Michigan to earn their first win of the season. Andrew Snider (1-0) was the winning pitcher for the Pirates. On offense, the Pirates were led by Senior Brandon Love (2-3, run and 3 runs batted in) and Alec Sipes (4-4, 3 doubles and 1 run batted in) in a good offensive night. Head Coach Ricky Romans commented, “Very sloppy game for both teams. We didn’t come out ready to play in the field tonight but we got it together after the 1st inning. With a young squad, that could have have set a bad tone for us for the rest of the night but to the guys credit, they stayed focused and got through it.” The Pirates faced off against New Washington in a double header on Saturday, and will next open MSC play tonight, traveling to Eastern.
On a cold, windy Friday night, the Pirate and Lady Pirate track teams headed to Corydon Central High School for the annual Stargazer track meet. After some great individual, and relay performances, the Pirates ended up in 2nd place with 94 points, out of the twelve team meet. Capturing first place honors were, Steven Delaney in the 110 and 300 hurdles, Brendan Lawler in the Long Jump, and Luke Finchum in the Shot Put. Also winning 1st place was the 4×1 team of Lawler, Charles Dickens, Mitch Wurtsmith, and Trey Woodward. Those winning second place were, Mitch Wurtsmith in the 110 hurdles, Trey Woodward in the 100 and 200 dash, and the 4×4 relay team of Delaney, Woodward, Bo Braunecker, and Drashaun Marrow. When asked about the meet, Head Coach Jerry Doyle stated, “I could not have been more proud of how the guys competed, in some pretty tough conditions. I look forward to next week, where we will be in a 4-way at Providence on Tuesday, New Albany Relays on Thursday and on Friday the 4×1 relay team as well as Steven Delaney will be traveling to Lafayette Jeff High School for the Sprinters Showcase.” Great job Pirates and best of luck this week!
The Lady Pirate team finished in third place out of ten teams at the Corydon Stargazer event on Friday night. For the Lady Pirates, first place finishes included DeAsia King in the Shot Put and Carley Conway in the Long Jump. Second place finishes for the Lady Pirates included King in Discus and Ilayah Keltner in the 100. Other notable finishes included Katie Rhodes, finishing fourth in the 3200 and 5th in the 4×800 (Conway, Rhodes, Gurr, Lakes). The 4×100 relay team finished fourth. When asked about their performance, Head Coach Kim Carroll stated, “This is the best overall performance at Stargazer for CHS Girls Track. Outstanding performances by DeAsia and Carly taking 1st place in their events, and Ilayah and DeAsia taking 2nd place in their events. Most all girls scored points for us and improvement in times/distances from our first meet. It was a great team effort and experience to participate in Stargazer.” Next up for the Lady Pirates: They will join the boys at Providence tomorrow, and they are traveling to Silver Creek on Friday for a girls only invitational.
Great job by our Pirate and Lady Pirate track teams!