Good Morning PCS Panthers…

 TODAY is Monday,   January 29th, 2024.                               It is an   “ E “  Day.


There are no band lessons today.  To repeat, there are NO BAND LESSONS TODAY.


January 27th was Holocaust Remembrance Day. A day to honor the millions of victims of Nazism and to talk about educational ways to prevent it from happening again. What camp was liberated 79 years ago on that day?  The answer is Auschwitz concentration camp which was a complex of over 40 concentration and extermination camps operated by Nazi Germany in Poland.   The correct answer was given by Chase Caldwell, Jacob McHenry, and Jude Auman.


Anyone is grades 9-12 that would like to go see the Harlem Globetrotters in action THIS FRIDAY, February 2nd, …please sign up in the office immediately.  Permission slips are outside Mrs. Sosnowski's room (201), they must be signed and returned no later than Wednesday.  


Attention BEEKEEPING CLUB MEMBERS…..There will be a brief beekeeping club meeting after school tomorrow in room 218.  New members are always welcome! 


For those students that signed up for TRAP CLUB…..there is a Mandatory Safety meeting this Saturday, February 3rd at  9:30 a.m. to be held at the Portville Conservation Club.  The first practice is scheduled for Monday at  4:00 pm.   Details to follow. 


Now for your PCS Sports News….

The Lady Panthers improved to 9-3 with a league victory over Gowanda on Friday night.  Everyone on the team contributed with a positive statistic and everyone scored a bucket.  Stat lines were:

Lilly Bentley – 15, points, 10 RB, 2 blocks

Emma Rhinehart – 12 points, 4 steals, 3 assists

Meghan Lyle – 9 points

Jackie Scanlon – 8 points, 3 steals, 4 assists 

Ava Jo Edwards - 3 steals, 3 assists 

Ashley Carls - 5 RB

Natalie Isaman - 2 assists, 3 steals, and hit 2 three-pointers.  The girls travel to Randolph tonight for a league matchup at 7:30PM. 


The boys 7th grade lost to Franklinville 30-31.  Braxton Federicz led the way offensively with 10 points.  Rex Horsley chipped in 4.  Dajuan Jones and Mattew Ellis had strong games defensively.


The 8th grade boys lost to Franklinville 32-31.Eli Truman led the way on offense with 11 points.  Nick Edwards and Lucas Glover both added 4. 


It was a Fantastic day of wrestling for our whole team across two tournaments this past weekend!   4th place team finishes at both Franklinville and Ken-Ton, despite the boys being split up. 1st place finishes for Jake, Henry, and Josh, a 2nd place finish for Ian, a 3rd place finish for Demetrious, and a 4th place finish for Elisha in Franklinville.  In Ken-Ton, we had a 2nd place finish from Sam, 3rd place finishes for Mekhi and Maxx, and a 1st place finish AND tournament Most Outstanding Wrestler award for Ethan.  Thank you to all the coaches and parents that made today possible!