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PCHS Named in Top 100 Best W!SE High Schools Nationwide

Posted On: 4/25/2018 1:37 PM

Mrs. Weser's Students Stand Out Nationwide

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Athletes of the Week, 4/18/18

Posted On: 4/23/2018 2:01 PM

Soccer: Gabby F.
For her endless hustle, physicality, and ability to shut down runs by the opposition. Awesome force on defense.

Baseball: Matthew M.
Matt is present at every practice and because of this, gives a consistent performance on the field regardless of the opponent. Last week in eight trips to the plate, Matt had 2 hits, 3 walks, and scored 3 runs.

Softball: Caitlin C.
Caitlin picked up her offensive game this past week. With 7 of the 13 players being brand new to the game of softball, we knew the present season was going to be filled with growing pains. Coach would like to recognize them all for having the resolve to compete and dedicating themselves to improving each day.

Tennis--James B.
For determination, perseverance, and effort as he playing at number 2 for the knights and fought hard throughout the match.

Track and Field
Girls--Annesley D.
scoring 7 out the 13 pts for the girls team. Set a PR in 2 of her 3 events.

Boys--The entire JV Boys team
for winning the meet scoring 143. PC Boys out scored 2nd place HRA by 83 pts.
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The Lemony Scent of Victory

Posted On: 4/17/2018 10:37 AM

Madison C Takes Winning Science Project to State Fair

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Athletes of the Week, 4/11/18

Posted On: 4/16/2018 12:35 PM

Soccer:  Gabby F.
for her tireless hustle and ability to cover and successfully defend the back line. When Gabby was not directly, physically involved in the play her movement and communication helped others on the field either defend or begin building plays from the back field. Gabby had 31 successful tackles gaining possession of the ball-Great effort!

Boys Tennis:  Kameron C.
Kameron is new to the sport won his match in singles vs Portsmouth Christian.  

Baseball:  Thomas H.
Thomas Pitched 2 games and got the win in both, one of which a conference game against HRA.  Combined for both games, Thomas only allowed 1 run and struck out 3.

Seniors of the Month!

Posted On: 4/12/2018 9:46 AM

Carmen and Rachel are honored this month

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Defending Her Respect for Life

Posted On: 3/29/2018 8:02 AM

Autumn H wins first place award in diocesan contest

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Sue Wilkinson Nominated for Diocesan Teacher Award

Posted On: 3/20/2018 11:25 AM

Mrs. Wilkinson, Theology Department Chair, was selected by her peers for this award.
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And the Bishop Sullivan Youth Leadership Award Winner Is...

Posted On: 3/14/2018 10:52 AM

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First Place

Posted On: 3/5/2018 12:30 PM

Madison C advances to state engineering fair

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Athletes of the Week, 2/26/18

Posted On: 2/26/2018 1:29 PM

Swimming:  Sam P.
He had a 12th place finish in 100 free and a 10th place finish in 100 fly. Quite a feat for a freshman.
Wrestling:  Galilee K.
Galilee became the second state wrestling champion in Peninsula Catholic High school history on Saturday.  Galilee competed in the VISAA state tournament at Woodberry Forrest HS where he defeated Matt Wright of Paul the VI HS 5-0.  Galilee is the first state champion in 20 years for PC with the last and only other in February 1998.  

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PC Students Attend Diocesan Youth Conference

Posted On: 2/13/2018 10:10 AM

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A Good Citizen

Posted On: 2/26/2018 1:26 PM

Nina R is honored by the DAR

Nina R was honored as the district winner at this year's Good Citizens luncheon in Norfolk.. Thanks to her hard work and determination and to the combined guidance and support of her parents and the teachers and staff at Peninsula Catholic, Nina was recognized as the district winner of the annual Daughters of the Revolution’s Good Citizens Award. The district winner is chosen from nominees from 18 high schools, both public and private, in the southeast region of Virginia based on service to the community, overall achievements and an essay. Congratulations, Nina!

Athletes of the Week, 2/7/18

Posted On: 2/12/2018 1:29 PM

Wrestling: August B.
August bumped up to the 220lb weight class and secured a pin fall in the cape Henry TCIS dual meet and giving PC the team win 36-34.

JV Boys Basketball: Javier T.
Javy has made impressive improvements in both the physical and mental aspects of the game. He has always given maximum effort but has really developed into a very dependable player for the team on offense and defense

Varsity Boys Basketball:
JV Girls Basketball: Abby W. & Christina R.

Abby has shown herself to be a versatile player. No matter what position she plays, she always strives to do her best. Christina has defensively shined. Her hustle matches her determination to protect the basket. She's not one you want to go head to head with.

Athletes of the Week, 1/31/18

Posted On: 2/5/2018 11:23 AM

Wrestling: Landon K.
Landon, competing in the 132lb weight class went 6-0 on the week and won his final match of the Nandua duals to secure a PC victory!
JV Boys Basketball: Jack M.
Jack lead the team in rebounds both games last week. He has been a great example for his teammates on how to get physical around the rim.
Varsity Boys Basketball: Detrez P.
Detrez is the perfect representative of a student athlete at PC. Detrez comes to practice every day with a positive attitude and a can-do work ethic that really shows his maturation as a person and a player. Detrez played a key role in Saturday's game against Indian River by scoring 6 points and grabbing 6 rebounds. Detrez scored the go ahead basket with 7 seconds left to give PC the lead. It's a pleasure to coach Detrez. Congratulations Detrez!
JV Girls Basketball: Izzy B.
The girls have had some obstacles to overcome, but Izzy, though not feeling 100%, gave her all to assist pushing the lady knights for a win over WCA.
PC Knights had three dual meets on Saturday in an invitational with Bishop Sullivan, Greenbrier Christian and Norfolk Collegiate. We were down a few very key swimmers because of the OLMC confirmation retreat but combined, PC squeaked out a win against Greenbriar Christian and Norfolk Collegiate. Individually, our men's team beat Norfolk Collegiate and our women's team beat Greenbrier Christian.
Boys Swimming: Matt D.
for consistently swimming the 500 free to earn points for the team at every dual meet.
Girls Swimming: Paula Ann R.
for not only being a great leader as a co-captain, but for attaining the ever elusive double negative split on her 100 breaststroke earning her a 2nd place finish for her event.
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Senior of the Month!

Posted On: 2/8/2018 12:49 PM

Congratulations to Emma F

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TCIS Regular Season Champs!

Posted On: 2/1/2018 10:44 AM

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Catholic Schools Week Message

Posted On: 1/29/2018 2:57 PM

A Message from Ray Honeycutt, Diocesan Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Athletes of the Week, 1/24/18

Posted On: 1/29/2018 2:23 PM

Wrestling: Galilee K.
Galillee won his 3rd career State Catholic championship. Galilee was also recognized as the tournament’s most outstanding wrestler!

JV Boys Basketball: Matt M.
The JV squad has gone 2 and 2 over their last 4 games. Matt has lead the way on offense scoring 10 points in the first meeting against HRA, 23 against Hampton Christian, 23 against Greenbriar, and 16 last Friday vs HRA.

Varsity Boys Basketball: Joey D.
Joey's attitude and effort in practice and games has been the perfect example of the kind of leadership we are looking for on our team. Joey's hard work was on full display in a conference win at Greenbrier Christian last week. Joey accounted for 3 points and 6 rebounds, but his value was not fully shown in the stat line. Joey continued his trend of working hard inside against bigger, stronger competition. Joey dove for loose balls, boxed out on a regular basis, took a charge, and ended the game with a bloody nose. Joey continues to do everything the coaching staff asks of him on a daily basis. Congratulations Joey!

Boys Swimming: Aaron K.
As Captain, Aaron not only helped lead PC to a third place finish at the Walsingham Meet, he also helped his relay team make a state cut as well as get his bonus 50 free state cut.

Girls Swimming: Beth M.
Beth stepped out of her comfort zone and earned points for the 100 fly at the Walsingham Meet and helped lead the girls team at the Norfolk Academy Meet.
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Summer School and Scholarship for a PC Student

Posted On: 1/23/2018 11:46 AM

Junior Kyle Glauner has been accepted into the Summer Program at Wake Forest University for Sports Medicine.

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Mayor's Youth Commission Receives Recognition

Posted On: 1/25/2018 10:36 AM

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