Philip Simmons High Girls Varsity Softball

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Spring Sports Celebrate Seniors

Three spring sports will be celebrating their seniors this Friday during their home games! Varsity Baseball: Drake Nisbet, Max Bailey, Tyler Harper, and Mitchell McCorkle Girls Varsity Soccer: Aidan Carpen, Caroline Hirni, Alexandra Ugan, and Chloe Holsinger.        

2020-2021 PSH Coaches List

PSHS Coaches 2020-2021 Please feel free to contact coaches using the spreadsheet above.

Sports Medicine Handbook 2020-2021

PSH SM Policies & Procedures Athletes, please take a moment to read the PSH Sports Medicine Handbook for the 2020-2021 School Year. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Kunze or Coach Michael. Thanks!

January/February Softball workouts

Below are the PSH softball work out and tryout schedules for Spring 2020. Please contact Ms. Bendig with any questions.   2020 Softball-workouts-JAN Softball 2020 February

ORDER YOUR PHILIP SIMMONS LETTER JACKETS!

Iron Horse Family It is time to find a place for that beautiful PSHS Letter you have EARNED during your high school career! Please visit the link below: Philip Simmons Letterman Jacket Shop We are proud of all of our students who have lettered during their careers at PSHS and we cant wait to see

PSH Softball preseason schedule Dec/Jan/Feb

Below are the preseason schedules for the PSH softball season. Please note that these dates are subject to change. Tryouts will be held on Feb. 3-4th at the field. 2019-2020 Softball schedule FEB 2019-2020-SOFTBALL-SCHEDULE-Dec 2019-2020-Softball-workouts-JAN1

A different type of workout

The cheer leading and softball teams at PSH participated in a different type of work out this past Thursday.  A new yoga club has been started at the high school and student athletes are benefiting from the stretching and balance training yoga can assist with.  One of our new students, Chloe Holsinger (a potential soccer

FORD Drive to Give event

The Ford Drive to Give event this past Saturday was a huge success, bringing many supportive fans, parents, and students to the school to drive a Ford vehicle for their sports programs.  For ever test drive, a $20 donation was made to a sports team of the driver’s choosing.  Thank you to everyone who came

PB and J Challenge

How it works: Each week two schools will go head to head in the PB&J Blitz. Through this week long campaign, each school will try to collect the most peanut butter, jelly and online donations. The school with the highest ratio of participation (pounds and funds collected/ amount of students) will be proclaimed the winner at the