Good Morning Portville Panthers!

TODAY IS…Monday, December 19th, 2022

It is a “ D “  Day


Attention Students! Reminder Announcement from the after-school Culinary Club:  We're hosting a Christmas cookie baking and gift-making event TODAY, and also tomorrow and Wednesday.  Sign up outside of Mr Mitchell's classroom. Space is limited to 25 student bakers. 


Tomorrow’s Holiday Spirit Theme is:  “Crazy Christmas”…. Dress up in festive Christmas clothes….hats, socks, wear red and green.


 Attention all girls in grades 7-12 interested in trying out for Softball this upcoming season. If you are interested in trying out please send Coach Torrey a message on TEAMS with your Name, Grade, and what level Modified, JV, or Varsity you plan on trying out for. Any questions see Coach Torrey


Congratulations to the indoor track athletes that competed in Houghton over the weekend. Jenna and Julia Wyant were a part of the winning 4 by 200 meter relay team and were also a part of the 4 by 400 meter relay team that placed third, Jessica Daley was also a part of that relay team. Sam Bray placed 3rd in the 4 by 800 meter relay alongside of her teammates; the relay team also broke the previously held school record. Keep up the great work!


 Congratulations to the JV Lady Panthers basketball team on their thrilling overtime victory Friday evening at Wellsville.  Emma Rhinehart lead the team in scoring with 9 points, while Ava Jo Edwards, Ashley Carls, and Ali Haynes each chipped in 6 points.    Up next is Salamanca tonight at 6pm.  Great work ladies!!!!!


The 7th and 8th grade modified basketball teams played together on Friday night and beat Ellicottville 29-13. Scoring for the Panthers were Peyton Rogers with a career high of 10 points, Ella Zeigler and Lauren Lyle with 4 points each and Alana Petersen, Nazara DeGolier, Leigha Stives Airanna Whittaker and Sophia Miller each with 2 points and Kaylin Elliott with 1 point. Nice job girls, next game is tonight in Salamanca. 


The Portville Panthers wrestling team participated in the STOWA tournament this past weekend in Jamestown. Placing first was Mekhi Muhyee at 118 pounds. He went 5-0 on the day. Placing second was Henry Chamberlain at 215 pounds. The only person Henry lost to was last years State Runner up Trent Sibble from Bolivar Richburg. Placing third was Riley Horesly at 126 pounds and Maxx DeYoe at 138 pounds. Great Job panthers. The team travels to Randolph on Wednesday. Let's get back to work.