The Charlestown Pirate Cheer squad is taking orders for new “Believe in Blue” t-shirts designed to debut at the August 30th Pirate Football versus Brownstown game at Lucas Oil Stadium, in Indianapolis. Shirts are $10 each (plus $2 for 2X or $3 extra for 3X sizes). The Believe in Blue T-shirt will feature the adjacent logo, screened in white on a Pirate Blue T-shirt. All orders and payments must be received by August 22nd, 2014 to ensure availability before the Lucas Oil Stadium game. Orders can be turned into Jill McQuillen at Jonathan Jennings, Talina Wagers at Pleasant Ridge, or to the Cheer Mailboxes at CHS or CMS. CLICK HERE FOR A PRINTABLE ORDER FORM.
The Pirate Basketball program has scheduled conditioning sessions for those Charlestown High School boys who are interested in trying out for Pirate Basketball this upcoming season. Boys Basketball conditioning will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, starting August 19th in the CHS Sports Arena. Questions regarding Pirate Basketball should be directed to Head Coach Jason Connell at email@example.com.
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Charlestown Pirate Pride Sports Broadcasting, the exclusive voice of Pirate and Lady Pirate Athletics since 2008, now has a mobile application! The mobile app, available via Apple, Google, and Amazon makes using CPPSB easier to follow Pirate and Lady Pirate Athletics; including listening to live and archived game broadcasts, getting scoring updates, and sports news…all on your smartphone or tablet. CLICK HERE to download and stay connected, even while your in the stands at the game.
Coach Michael Prichard and the Charlestown High School Lady Basketball Coaching Staff presented a Basketball Shooting Challenge for any player 3rd-12th grade over the last several months. The challenge ran from the middle of March 2014 until the end of July 2014. The goal was to take at least 10,000 shots or more in that time frame. The Challenge ended a couple of weeks ago with two players emerging as hard-working Lady Pirate Shooting Champions. Those shooting champions are Karston Watson and Gabby Hooker, shown below left to right.
Karston Watson is a 7th Grader at Charlestown Middle School, said “I really like playing basketball and thought completing this shooting challenge make me a better player and it would help me improve my shot.” Karston was asked what she thought the accomplishment would do for her personal goals; of which she stated “it feels like doing this challenge will help me improve my shot” Karston finished with 11,000 shots
Gabby Hooker, a 4th Grader at Jonathan Jennings Elementary School, was asked what helped her complete the Challenge. Gabby stated “because I wanted to work on my shooting and this gave me something to aim for”. She also stated that the “shooting accomplishment helped correct the way I shoot the ball at times and as well as my range”. Gabby hopes that she will continue to improve her basketball game. Gabby finished the Challenge with 10,433 Shots.
Coach Prichard is very pleased with the hard-work and dedication that these two young ladies put forth, while doing this challenge. Both Karston and Gabby have been invited to be special halftime guests of Charlestown Pirate Pride Sports Broadcasting during one of the upcoming Lady Pirate Basketball games.
Charlestown Pirate Pride Sports Broadcasting, in cooperation with Ctown.TV, present the fourth annual Pirate Football Season Preview Show. The video show was recorded preceding last Friday’s Blue-White Scrimmage on the campus of Charlestown High School and features new Pirate Football Head Coach Darin Ward; as well as Assistant Coaches Aaron Humphrey and Dave Daniel. The 2014 Pirate Football Season Preview Show is available for viewing by going to www.PiratePride.BLUE/Broadcasting/PreseasonShows or via www.CPPSB.com and selecting “Preseason Shows”. Charlestown Pirate Pride Sports Broadcasting’s coverage of Pirate Football is sponsored by Bill Broughton Trucking and Excavating, Grayson Funeral Homes, Subway, Field’s Custom Cabinets, and the Charlestown Pizza Company. Special thanks to Ctown.TV and the video production crew of John and Chris Spencer.
The Charlestown Pirate Football team, as part of the Lucas Oil Stadium Showcase, will play their week two regular season contest versus the Brownstown Braves, on Saturday, August 30th, 2014 in the home of the Indianapolis Colts. The Lucas Oil Stadium Showcase will feature a four game slate of Indiana High School Football games beginning at noon with Winamac vs. Pioneer, followed by Brownstown vs. Charlestown at 2:40 pm, Plainfield vs. Danville at 5:20 pm, and Indian Creek vs. Greenwood at 8:00 pm. All four games will be played on Saturday, August 30th; and on the turf of Lucas Oil Stadium, in downtown Indianapolis. The Charlestown High School Athletic Department will begin selling Charlestown advanced ticket sales on Friday, August 8th in the CHS Student Services Center. Advance tickets are $11.00 each or $8.00 for kids 12 years and younger. Youth football player tickets are also $8.00 each and includes field access to form a team tunnel before the game. Tickets purchased at the stadium on game day will be priced at $15.00 each. All tickets are good for admission to all four Showcase games outlined above. Charlestown advance ticket sales will be held Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, August 8th through Thursday, August 28th. For more information contact Nicole Grayson in the CHS Student Services Center at 812-256-3328 #11141 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This will be a thrilling event for our Pirate Football players, made even more memorable by a big Charlestown community presence.
The Charlestown High School Lady Pirate Basketball Coaching Staff; along with several of our middle and elementary coaching staffs, high school players and volunteers are hosting a free five (5) week instructional basketball program, FREE to any female student grades K-6th. This program is designed to introduce the fundamentals of basketball specific skills.
SUMMER/FALL SESSION 2014 DATES: Saturday (August 23rd) Saturday and (September 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th) at the Charlestown High School Sports Arena*.
K- 2nd Grade 9:00 AM-10:00 AM (Can drop off at 8:45)
3rd-6th Grade 10:30 AM- 12:00 PM (Can drop off at 10:15)
One of the main goals, with this program, is to teach all of the participants about developing a “sports work-ethic”. Every person that truly wants to become good at a sport or a skill needs to know that the amount of time, practice, energy, and thorough repetition is the key to improvement. We will also focus on sportsmanship, team work, while introducing basketball skills and learning the general rules of the game.
*The CHS Sports Arena is currently where all sessions are planned to take place, however if Football has to move inside on a Saturday morning because of rain, we may have to the move location that day to CMS. It will be announced prior to session.
Parents, Guardians and family are allowed to stay and watch or you can leave and come back; and a waiver of liability form will be required to be signed by parents at the first session.
There will also be a concession stand available for the purchase of Water, Gatorade for players Sodas and some dry snacks for parents if desired.