Posted On: 1/4/2017 3:22 PM
Wrestling: Landon K.
Landon won the Norfolk Academy Holiday tournament at 106 lbs and captured his first varsity championship. He then went on to place 6th in the Prep slam tournament in Atlanta Georgia on Dec 29-30th of 48 prep schools nationwide. Landon's current season record improved to 19-3.
Current record for the team is: 8-5 overall and 2-0 in TCIS
JV Basketball: Joey D.
Joey had 18 points and 7 rebounds in the team’s win against Gateway Christian on Dec 13 and then scored 21 points with 7 more rebounds in the team’s 3rd straight win on Dec 22.
Congratulations Varsity Boys' Basketball as Runners Up in the Holiday Classic! The boys beat IWA and Greenbrier, and fought hard against Highland.
Athletes of the week are Lamar C., EJ B. & Ladaron G. who each received 1st team all-tournament honors.
Swimming: Matt D. and Caitlin C.
Posted On: 1/3/2017 2:09 PM
Congratulations Varsity Boys' Basketball as Runners Up in the Holiday Classic! The boys beat IWA and Greenbrier, and fought hard against Highland. Special congrats to Lamar C, EJ B. & Ladaron G. for receiving 1st team all-tournament honors.
Posted On: 12/19/2016 1:13 PM
|Varsity Basketball--Ladaron G. |
In PC's game against Denbigh High School, Ladaron had 10 points, 6 assists, 3 steals & 3 rebounds. Ladaron has started to step up as a leader in not just games but his high level consistency at practices leads to an uptempo for the whole team.
JV Basketball--Bryson D.
The team captain scored 17 points between the two games last night and he leads the team in assists with 11 and steals with 8.
Posted On: 12/19/2016 2:18 PM
The PC Swim Team hosted their first home meet of the year this past Friday. Chloe T. and Sam P. both qualified for the State Championship Meet. Go swimmers!
Posted On: 12/19/2016 1:14 PM
|The PC Wrestling team competed in the final home quad of the season on Wednesday night. The Knights won all 3 contests and highlighted by shutting out Norfolk Christian school 62-0 to move to 2-0 in the TCIS conference. The Knights were led by Landon K. who returned from injury and bumped a weight class up to defeat the #8 ranked 113lber 11-10. They then went on to the 2-day Norfolk Academy Invitational, where they finished 7th overall out of 16 teams.|
Posted On: 12/9/2016 2:55 PM
|Wrestling: Athlete of the week for wrestling goes to Dylan A.|
Dylan went 3-2 in the York Super Duals, scoring 13 Team points for PC in route to the team’s 4th place finish in the 10 team rotational. Last night, the boys beat out Bishop Sullivan for their first TCIS win of the season.
Varsity Basketball: Lamar C. In our two games last week, Lamar had 26 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and 2 steals.
JV Basketball: DeTrez P.
In the JV game last week, DeTrez had 6 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists and 4 steals. DeTrez has been a great leader by example this season for all the new players. He is doing all the little things really well and, as a result, will be called up to help out varsity tonight as they go up against Denbigh.
Posted On: 11/14/2016 3:08 PM
The Knights captured their third "triple crown" victory in a row last Friday. The triple crown consists of the team's three post-season races, the TCIS, VCL, and VISAA championships. Troy Gustke, the current record-holder of the school's 5k record, led the team and the league to become the 2016 VISAA individual champion for Division II. And although the league is divided into two divisions based on school size, his time was also faster than the Division I top's runner, making him the fastest boy at any independent school in the state.
He was backed up by teammates Ryan W., GuruBandaa K., Aaron K., Thomas H., Andrew V., James P., Patrick G., Nathan P., Jack W., Zach A., and Matthew M.. Ryan, G., and Aaron K. also made the all-state team by finishing in the top twenty. Way to Go Knights!
Posted On: 11/14/2016 3:33 PM
The Lady Knights fought hard, but were defeated by Nansemond-Suffolk Academy at the VISAA finals on Friday. Congratulations to all players on another exciting season!
Posted On: 11/14/2016 2:52 PM
PC Girls finished the VISAA championship in 7th place overall on a field of 37 teams. Great job, Lady Knights, on your hard work and dedication this season!
Posted On: 11/11/2016 12:17 PM
Boys' Cross Country
Varsity: Troy G., Ryan W., GuruBandaa K., Aaron K., and Thomas H.
JV: Ryan H.
Girls' Cross Country
Varsity: Jordan A.
JV: Olivia T.
Posted On: 11/7/2016 3:15 PM
Each runner’s season-best time is public knowledge because it’s put on the big cross country Milestat website, which means coaches are always analyzing the data to predict who’s going to win any particular race. Coach Pilola did this last Wednesday, and it showed Norfolk Academy would win TCIS by 7 points. So we went in knowing we had some work to do, and Norfolk Academy went in hungry to beat us, knowing that they had their best chance of doing so in five years.
And the entire race, it looked like like Norfolk Academy was going to pull it off. Up front, Troy G. battled it out with NA rival Petey D., who was closer to him than he’d ever been before. Behind that, the rest of Norfolk Academy’s top five runners were ahead of the rest of our top five runners for the entire race.
Until the last 400 meters, when the Knights proved beyond a shadow of a doubt which team wanted it more. One by one, the Knights *barely* surged by their Norfolk Academy rivals just before the finish line in one of the most exciting finishes in school history. Three of our top five only beat their competitors by a margin of less than two seconds. The other two beat theirs by a margin of less than 8 seconds. It was a really exciting day to be standing in view of the finish line.
In the end, PC defeated Norfolk Academy by one point, 40 to 41. Troy became the individual TCIS champion, backed up by Ryan W., GuruBandaa K., Aaron K., Thomas H., Andrew V., Patrick G., James P., Nathan P.s, and Jack W.
The JV team also performed well, taking second place overall with 45 points to Norfolk Academy’s 40. The JV race was led by Ryan H. and the rest of the scoring team: Suds L., Matthew M., Ian A., Nathan G., Trent D., and Joe R.
Posted On: 10/27/2016 9:50 AM
Varsity: Aaron K.
JV: Ryan H.
Varsity: Jordan A.
JV: Shirin S.
Girls' Tennis: Mary Kate D.
Girls' Volleyball: Anna D.
JV: Brandon K.
Varsity: Shane S.
Check out the full article for the full stories!
Posted On: 10/27/2016 9:48 AM
Varsity: Troy G.
JV: Mike M.
Varsity: Ana M.
JV: Amity C.
Girls' Tennis: Gabby F.
Varsity: Dylan A.
JV: Sean G.
Check out the full article for more stories!
Posted On: 10/17/2016 10:05 AM
|Girls Varsity Volleyball: Baileigh E.|
Baileigh helped the Lady Knights improve their record to 17-5 for the season. She ended the week with 49 kills, 32 digs, and 4 aces.
Vintan received much praise from his teammates for his aggressiveness on the field and well timed slide tackles.
Will stepped up to help as Captain and contributed in large part to the first line of defense, transitional game, and building of plays. Great teamwork and control demonstrated in this game.
Posted On: 10/7/2016 12:37 PM
|Girls Varsity Volleyball: Devon T.|
Devon ended the week with 25 kills, 4 blocks, 6 digs, and 4 aces.
JV: Matthew T.
Varsity: Colby A.
Posted On: 9/28/2016 10:37 AM
Boys Cross-Country: Jack M.
Girls Cross-Country: Lauren T.
Girls Varsity Volleyball: Baileigh E.
Boys' Soccer: Miggy A.
Check out the full article for all the details!
Posted On: 9/23/2016 10:00 AM
Varsity: Troy G.
JV: Caleb N.
Varsity: Annesley D.
JV: Ana M.
Girls Varsity Tennis:
Girls Varsity Volleyball: Kailer L.
Check out the full article for more details!
Posted On: 9/19/2016 2:38 PM
|Milestat published their list of top 100 XC teams in Virginia today, and PC is #21. |
That’s awesome on its own merit, but when you dig a little deeper, you see the magnitude of that achievement. The schools above us on that list are large public schools—some with more than 2,000 students. Even within VISAA, we are one of the smallest schools, yet we continue to achieve great things.
Posted On: 9/19/2016 12:04 PM
|The Lady Knights volleyball team competed in the Endless Summer Tournament on Saturday at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. They placed 4th overall out of 16 teams, and improved their season record to 12-2.|