Golf Scramble to Benefit Softball Oct 26th

NewLadyPirateSMALLThe Charlestown Lady Pirate Softball program, defending 2013 and 2014 Sectional Champions, will host a benefit Golf Scramble on SUNDAY, October 26th, at Hidden Creek Golf Course.  The scramble event will include raffle and door prizes, as well as a closest to the hole and longest drive contests.  The foursome team entry fee is $250.00 with a entry deadline of October 22nd.  The official printable team entry and sponsor form is available by CLICKING HERE.  Hole sponsorships are available starting at $50.00, and donations are welcome.  All proceeds for this event will directly benefit the Charlestown HS Lady Pirate Softball program.  For more information, see the entry form or contact Lady Pirate Softball Assistant Coach Darrell Adams at 812-987-2949.

Volleyball Sectional Pairings Announced

The Charlestown Lady Pirate Volleyball team will compete in and host this year’s IHSAA Class 3A #30 Sectional in the CHS Sports Arena. The sectional pairing are as follows:
Tuesday, October 21st (CHS Sports Arena)
M1-6pm: North Harrison vs. Scottsburg.
M2-7pm: Salem vs. Madison.
Thursday, October 23rd (CHS Sports Arena)
M3-6pm: Charlestown vs. Corydon Central.
M4-7pm: Silver Creek vs. Brownstown Central.
Saturday, October 25th (CHS Sports Arena)
M5-11am: Winner of M1 vs. Winner of M2.
M6-12:30 pm: Winner of M3 vs. Winner of M4.
Championship-7pm: Winner of M5 vs. Winner of M6

Pirate Football to Host Corydon in Sectional

The IHSAA conducted its blind draw to determine the Sectional first round match-ups in the annual Indiana HS Football State Tournament Sunday evening.  The Charlestown Pirates, who have played in the Sectional title game in three out of the last four years, will host Corydon to open Class 3A Sectional #30 play on Friday, October 24th.  The remaining Sectional #30 pairing include Mitchell at Brown County, Salem at North Harrison, and Washington at Brownstown.

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Band of Pirates Advance to Finals

The Charlestown Band of Pirates got a Gold rating at the Indiana State School Music Association (ISSMA) scholastic preliminaries today (Saturday, October 11th). The band now moves on to the ISSMA finals on October 25th in Indianapolis. Great job Band of Pirates, best of luck next week at State!

Lady Pirate XC 3rd at Sectional, Regional Bound

XCsectional2014Charlestown Lady Pirate Cross Country team is REGIONAL BOUND! The Ladies team finished 3rd, only 8 points out of runner up at today’s Southwestern hosted Sectional meet. Charlestown was led by Katie Rhodes who finished 6th, and Whitney Andrews’ 10th place finish earning them All Sectional Honors. Lady Pirate Alshya Flaget finished 16th, Gabi Gagnon 31st, Erin Kinbrell 32nd, Molly Sumner 54th, and Isabella Golja 57th. “I am so proud of the effort today! They had a goal of beating Southwestern (who won the New Washington Invite over us) and Madison, and the girls achieved both of those goals today! We knew if we could finish in front of them, that we would make it to Regional”, commented Coach Jerry Doyle. The Pirate boys team recorded a notable and Regional qualifying performance from Seth Parker; who finished 19th. Parker returns to the Regional round for the second straight year! “I told him that he knew what he had to do, and he went out and left nothing on the course”, concluded Coach Doyle.

CBDL Hosting a Coaches Clinic October 22nd

The Charlestown Basketball Developmental League (CBDL) will host a FREE Basketball Coaching Clinic on Wednesday, October 22nd, from 6-830 PM, at the Charlestown High School.  This purpose of this clinic is to help develop all of the basketball players among our community teams ; Schools (Elementary, Middle, High), CBDL, Travel Teams (CYP, CYLP) and our players that are in AAU programs.

Organizers are encouraging all current coaches to attend (all levels), with an open invitation to anyone that might be interested to coach down the line.  This may be an opportunity for some prospective coaches to learn a little bit more before they jump into coaching the game, especially if they are sitting on the fence.  This coaching clinic will include on-court demonstrations with local players; while performing some of the drills and skills that many of our current coaches use.  Diagrams for participants to take notes on along with time for questions and answers will coaches will be made available.  Currently all high school and middle school coaches have been asked to lead the before mentioned demonstrations, and Coach Gilbert will be conducting a presentation at the clinic.

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