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[Photo by Donna Kennedy /] At left, Kip Bryant runs through a defender during Friday night’s game against Randolph-Clay High School. [Photo by Chad Moore /] At right, PCHS cheerleaders (l-r) Corbyn Wood, Sydney Brown and Kennedy Ridgeway get the crowd pumped up during the Homecoming Pep Rally Saturday, Sept. 9 at Pirate Stadium.

Pirates pumped up for Homecoming

Pirate Nation is fired up for Homecoming this week after a parade and pep rally was held Saturday, Sept. 9. The Pirates will face Howard High School of Macon in their Homecoming game Friday, Sept. 15 with kickoff at 7:30 p.m.

The Pirates played their first home game against Randolph-Clay High School and came up short by a score of 14-0. The team will have a bye week after Homecoming.

“It was an outstanding effort by the Pike County defense. They did an outstanding job of handling the Randolph Clay’s offense all night,” said coach Craig Chatman. “Unfortunately, the effort was in a large part wasted due to six fumbles (four lost) and an interception. It’s going to be hard to win a football game with five turnovers in any level of football. The team played hard and is disappointed in the outcome of Friday night’s game.”

The Pirates will face Lamar County in the Battle of Potato Creek for the last of their three-game home stand on Friday, Sept. 29.

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