Big night for PCHS soccer at Stillwell Park

PCHS senior Phillip Green races around a Petersburg Viking defender.

The Pocahontas County Warrior soccer squads treated a large crowd at Stillwell Park last Thursday to two thrilling matches. In the first game, the girls scored two goals in the second half to overcome a 3-1 deficit and tied the Petersburg Lady Vikings, 3-3. In the second match, the boys put on an outstanding display of skill and shut out the visiting Vikings, 11-0. The Warriors won their ninth game in a row and improved to 11-3-1. The Lady Warriors improved to 4-10-1. The boys host Greenbrier East at Stillwell Park on Thursday at 6 p.m. Check back later for more pics from the Senior Night matches.

PCHS BOYS AND girls soccer celebrated Senior Night last Thursday evening. Following a thrilling tie for the girls, teammates, family and supporters recognized the outstanding senior players and their contributions to their teams. Pictured, l-r: Girls Head Coach Shannon Arbogast, Brice Galloway, Harley Francisco, Shane Alderman, Phillip Green, Brandon Cassell, Patrick Collins, Heather Pritt Natalie Hartzell and Boys Head Coach Cully McCurdy.


PCHS senior Brandon Cassell dodges a Petersburg defender on his way to the goal. The boys skunked the Vikings, 11-0
PCHS senior Natalie Hartzell makes a steal against the Lady Vikings.
PCHS senior Heather Pritt maneuvers past a defender.


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