Good Morning Portville Panthers!

TODAY IS…Tuesday, April 5th, 2022                                                                 It is a “ D “  Day


Congratulations to the Drama Club on their successful production of Mary Poppins Jr. and the unveiling of the new auditorium!  Audiences absolutely loved the show and had so many compliments about the acting, costumes, set and lights. Well done!


All Drama Club members and crew need to stop in Mrs. Maxson’s room today to pick up their personal items/costume pieces, signed posters and grab a slice of the cast party cake. All things must be gone before we leave for break Friday!


This Friday, in celebration of spring break, will be a Beach-Hawaiian Day. Remember, dress code must still be followed. There will be a dollar charge for hat day as well. It would be great if everyone celebrated the start to vacation!


Attention grades 7-12! Culinary Club has moved to Tuesdays, same time, same great fun and same great food!  Sign-up today, and we are looking for new members, so give it a try.


Attention International Club members ..Your pre departure meeting will be held TOMORROW in the lecture hall starting at 3pm.


Attention Juniors & Seniors:  Prom will be held on Saturday, June 4th at Bartlett Country Club.  This is just a friendly reminder that your guest must be a Junior, a Senior, or a graduate.  The same holds true if you are bringing someone from another district.  Younger grade levels are not permitted to attend. 


Last night the varsity baseball team defeated North Collins 15-0 in four innings. In his first varsity start, Mario Pascucci threw a one-hitter, striking out 8. Maxwell Yehl and Ryan "Bassmaster" Stillman each tripled, Luke Petryszak had two hits including a double, and Drew Langdon doubled. Michael Cole stole 3 bases and Dakota Mascho stole 2 for the Panthers, who head to Wellsville tonight.


The Portville Varsity Softball team improved to 3-0 last night defeating West Valley 11-3. Mallory Welty went the first 5 innings tallying 3 strikeouts, 3 hits and NO walks. Alisha Dickerson closed out the remaining 2 innings chipping in 3 strikeouts, 2 walks and NO hits to secure the victory. Congrats to Caleigh Zollinger who received the “Golden Glove” for her solid play at second base. Leading the offensive fire power for PCS was Mallory Welty who went 3 for 4, with a triple, 2 singles, 3 runs, 1 RBI, and 1 stolen base. “Queen of the Plate” Lizzie Chapman chipped in a homerun, 2 runs scored, and 3 RBI’s. Teagan Kosinski & Kelsey Bradford each added a triple and a run scored to help the Panthers cause. Portville next travels to Franklinville Wednesday, game time is 5:00pm. Go Panthers!


Also PCS would like to recognize Coach Torrey for his 100th Win as a Varsity Softball Coach – Congratulation Coach Torrey!!!