Congrats to senior Olivia Kempf, ranked #8 offensive field hockey player in WNY! https://wnyathletics.com/article/top-10-field-hockey-players-by-offensive-power-rating
Results from the Section 6 Cross Country championships: Pioneer/Holland boys placed in the overall Class B race, losing to EA by 5, 59-54. However, the squad did win the Class B-1 title! Brody Jones & Jerad Hediger will represent PIO/HOL in the NYS meet in Plattsburgh next week!
Highlights of a big Panthers comeback win in the football playoffs. https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/buffalo/sports/2019/10/26/week-1-high-school-football-playoffs--pioneer-advances-to-the-final-4
We extend our condolences to the Comstock family. https://wsdavisfuneralhome.com/book-of-memories/4003182/Comstock-MD-Gordon-F/index.php
Panthers & Warriors scored on back to back drives, and with 7:40 left in the 1st half, it's Pioneer 14, Cheektowaga 7!
After a 10-yard TD run by Tra'e Hill, Panthers lead Cheektowaga 7-0 after one quarter!
Next playoff game for the Panthers girls soccer team is the semifinals Monday at Williamsville East, 5:30pm
Girls soccer earns an exciting 4-2 shootout victory over visiting Depew tonight in section 6 quarterfinal action!
Annual FFA Fruit & Cheese sale now through 11/6. Payment is due at the time of delivery, which is scheduled for 12/10. Florida citrus, local cheese, sausage, nuts, etc. Contact an FFA member for the details, or FFA Advisor Jon Clayson (email@example.com).
Please vote for Panthers soccer goalie Jasmine Sims as Buffalo News Prep Talk Girls Athlete of the Week! https://buffalonews.com/2019/10/21/vote-for-the-prep-talk-girls-athlete-of-the-week-oct-21/
Varsity football closed the regular season with 58-0 win over Springville. Next up: 1st round Class B playoff game Friday night at Cheektowaga.
Boys Cross Country update: Panthers won overall meet at the Sunset Stampede. Jerad Hediger placed 1st, Brody Jones was 2nd and Trent Wesley placed 6th.
ECIC Golf: Bryce Burton has made sectionals by shooting 89 at Tan Tara. He will be playing in the Spring...Congrats Bryce!
Pioneer (5-1) after varsity football tops EA/HOL, 35-7!
Cross Country:Boys win 39-15 Jerad Hediger placed first. The girls lose a close one 29-26. Kevina Drennan won the race.
Girls varsity soccer topped Lake Shore Tuesday, 8-0
Girls JV Soccer beat Portville Tuesday, 4-1.
Golf team finished its season with 5 wins 3 losses. Bryce Burton qualified for ECIC's, which is Tuesday at Tan Tara in Tonawanda..
Varsity field hockey over EA, 9-0.
The swim team beat Alden 50-44 First place finishes were the 200 Medley Relay of Madison Snayczuk, Ellianna Lang, Porsha Harrington and Madison Phelps; Porsha Harrington in the 200 Freestyle and the 500 Freestyle; Madison Snayczuk in the 50 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke; Chloe McCutcheon in the 100 Butterfly and the 400 Freestyle Relay of Madison Snayczuk, Chloe McCutcheon, Madison Phelps and Porsha Harrington. Rounding out the scoring was Grace Kless, Shaylyn Owens, Madison Giboo, Ellsa Kless and Evelyn Salzler.The last meet is on Wednesday at home against Olean at 5pm.
Varsity Girls Volleyball won in 5 sets on Thursday at Maryvale. JV won in 2 sets.
Sophomore Janette Grizer was among the students interviewed by Ch. 7 for a report on Construction Career Day! https://www.wkbw.com/hiring716/more-than-1-000-local-high-schools-students-take-part-in-construction-career-day
Girls soccer program celebrates Wednesday shutouts over Depew: JV 3-0; Varsity 1-0. Varsity improves to 9-3-1
Congrats to JV & Varsity Volleyball for Tuesday's straight-set wins over Olmsted school!
Homecoming Dance tickets on sale now until Oct 10. $15 each; see Mrs. Herrick or Mrs. Raiber.
Student Council is planning an epic Homecoming/Spirit Week 10/7-10/11: Monday - Mismatch/Pattern/Crazy Sock day Tuesday - Tacky Tuesday Tourist/ Hawaiian Day Wednesday - Meme day Thursday - Decades day Friday - Pioneer Spirit Day/Camouflage Day/Code Green Wednesday 7:30PM - PowerPuff Football & Bonfire immediately after Friday - Tailgate 5pm; Football game 7:00 PM Saturday - Homecoming Dance (Semi-Formal) 7:30-10:30PM
Girls JV Soccer beat arch-rival East Aurora 2-1 Monday, behind goals by Kristin Morris and Ella Fyock. The girls executed Coach Holler’s game plan to a T.
Varsity & JV volleyball beat Iroquois Monday. Varsity in 4 sets, HV in 2.
FFA Farmers Market behind the HS today 2:30-4:30pm. Stop by for: green beans, tomatoes (beef steak, slicing & cherry), sweet corn (final week); broccoli, cabbage, green peppers, potatoes (red & white), zucchini, cucumbers, cantaloupe, nectarines, pears, apples (cortland, mac, honeycrisp), grapes, blueberries, maple syrup, jams and jellies, eggs, cider & garlic. Next week: pumpkins & winter squash.
Sweeeeeeep for girls varsity and jv Volleyball over Holland...both teams win in straight sets.
Varsity Field Hockey with a 6-0 win over Holland. Olivia Kempf with 4 goals. Mykala Furman and Morgan McAfee one goal each.
10-0 win at Cheektowaga for Girls Varsity Soccer...team improves record to 7-2-1.
Pioneer football still ranked #2 in Buffalo News small school poll. Big test this week at home vs. Cheektowaga
Swim Team beat Lake Shore 61-33. First place finishes were: 200 Medley Relay of Madison Marcheson, Porsha Harrington, Madison Phelps and Madison Snayczuk; Porsha Harrington in the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle;.Madison Snayczuk in the 50 freestyle; 200 freestyle relay of Madison Snayczuk, Madison Phelps, Ellsa Kless and Porsha Harrington; Madison Marcheson in the 100 backstroke; and Ellianna Lang in the 100 breaststroke
3-1 victory for Boys Varsity Soccer over Cheektowaga, Gaven George, Colton Raiber and Josh Chitty each put 1 past the keeper. Kaleb Phillips was stellar in goal.
Final from Lew-Port: Panthers 28, Lancers 14
Varsity Girls Soccer wins 3-2 in OT. Alyssa Boldt and Emrey Holland had the first two. Jill Byers had the winner on a PK in overtime.
Golf team now 2-0 with its win vs. Eden Mon. Bryce Burton is leading the team and is now ranked 9th in ECIC. He shot 2-over par vs. Eden & was medalist in the first 2 matches. Brady Thompson (grade 8) is playing some great golf with 2 low rounds to start the season. The Panthers face Iroquois on Thurs.
7-0 win at Hamburg for Varsity Field Hockey. Morgan Mcafee 4 goals, Olivia Kempf 3 goals. Tomi Cordz and Michelle George earn the shutout!
1-0 win for Boys Varsity Soccer at Cheektowaga. Corner kick goal by Inigo Castel-Ruiz, assisted by Colton Raiber. Caleb Phillips with the shut out.
Varsity football Panthers improve to 2-0 with 24-14 win over Olean Friday night!
An exciting 2-0 win for the hard charging Boys Varsity Soccer team over West Seneca East. Colton Raiber and Karson Hurlburt with the goals and Caleb Phillips with some outstanding saves.
Congrats to the first place finishers at tonight’s Swim Meet v. Amherst: 200 Medley Relay of Madison Snayczuk, Madison Marcheson, Porsha Harrington and Madison Phelps; 50 Free-Madison Snayczuk; 100 Back Stroke-Madison Snayczuk
Wednesday is 9/11 Remembrance Day in schools across NY, including Pioneer. https://tinyurl.com/yxt2yy4x
Field Hockey came away with a 3-1 win over Starpoint Monday!
CROSS COUNTRY: Brody Jones and Jerad Hediger finished 1-2, leading the Panthers to victory in the Boys A Race at the Red Dragon Invitational at Long Point State Park. Jones covered the 3.1-mile course in 16:35.81. Hediger came home in 16:42.79.
JV Girls Soccer final from Thurs.: 4-2 over Tonawanda
Congrats to our1st place finishers at Thursday's Swim Meet at Springville: 50 Freestyle - Madison Snayczuk; 100 Butterfly - Porsha Harrington; 100 Backstroke - Madison Snayczuk
Football: JV Panthers toppled Burgard, 6-0, on Thursday.
3-0 the final from Girls Varsity Soccer over Cheektowaga Thursday!
Field hockey topped Amherst, 3-2, on the turf Wednesday!
JV Volleyball 2-0 after Tuesday's win over Iroquois.
Senior Olivia Kempf is one of 62 1st team All Stars in Section VI featured in the Buffalo News upon their return to action in 2019-20. Olivia led the Panthers field hockey team to a Sectional title last fall. https://buffalonews.com/2019/08/29/gallery12650/
Two more season-opening victories for Pioneer Athletics! On the road against the City Honor Centaurs, girls varsity soccer wins 2-0 at the Johnnie B Wiley Sports Pavilion; and girls JV Soccer wins 4-3 at Delaware Park. GO PANTHERS!
Boys soccer team won 2-1 Friday
Boys Soccer on the turf Friday at 5pm
Also at today’s annual NYSPHSAA Athletic Directors' training, Pioneer was awarded numbers for its Sportsmanship Banner, for exhibiting outstanding sportsmanship throughout the 2018-2019 year. Once again, congratulations to all our athletes, coaches and parents!