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2 months ago @ 1:15PM

Uniform Drop Date Decided

Pioneer baseball family, please read the important information provided.  PWCS is allowing a drive thru type of uniform drop off next Tuesday and Wednesday.  Do not skip over any material below, directions are exactly how things have to be done via PWCS guidelines, and from the baseball staff to make things more efficient.  If you have questions contact me immediately!

 

Provided information (this was emailed to all players on the team via their PWCS email accounts)

Patriot Pioneers Athletics Uniform & Equipment Collection May 19th and 20th (rain or shine) - 

Student-athletes with school-owned athletic uniforms, equipment, and other sports related items should return items to Patriot HS on Tuesday May 19th and Wednesday May 20th from 9:00am-11:00am rain or shine. The uniform return will be contact-less and will be made curbside from a vehicle.

 

  • All pickup materials for athletic and activities will take place outside of the buildings and students will not exit their vehicle
  • Students must wash and dry all items that are being returned to school
  • Items must be loose and not in bags upon return
  • Students and are responsible to wear their own PPE (gloves and masks)
  • Coaches will be setup in the parking lot for the collection of materials - staff will direct vehicles once on campus
  • Athletic materials (non-clothing) would be placed in bins by the student. Coaches will check off their return. 
  • Students who left items in their locker will notify their coach and the items will be placed in the trunk or rear of their car.   Students will also receive their certificates and letters at this time

Tuesday is the preferred date; the coaching staff would like to have everything done by Tuesday, so a second day does not have to be committed to.  As mentioned above the turn in is taking place rain or shine!  Players do not have to be with their parents, or vice versa.  We will check players off as you come through on our list.

 

All players will also have to drop their fundraising raffle tickets sold into a box during the assigned drop off time. Important information to follow when dropping money off in envelopes for raffle tickets or a remaining balance:

  1. All money should be submitted as a check, or multiple checks.  THERE SHOULD BE NO CASH SUBMITTED! This allows the money to be added very quickly and efficiently. If a player has cash, parents should take that amount of cash and exchange it for a check that they write in that exact same amount. All checks for raffle tickets should be made out to the Patriot Athletic Boosters. All checks and material should be in an envelope with the player’s first and last name written legibly on the envelope.  The envelope should also include all of the sold ticket stubs that will be entered into the giant box at the end for the drawing of winners.

 

 

  1. If a player owes a balance to PHS Baseball after raffle tickets and money are submitted they can write a check to Patriot Baseball for the remainder of what they owe toward their 2020 spirit pack. This check should be in a separate envelope labeled with their first and last name, and the words “remaining balance”. They already have their cleats and turfs and will be getting their hooded sweat shirt, hooded short sleeve pullover, fleece pullover, sweatpants, and their under shirt. Varsity and swing players had their spirit pack total amount dropped to the same cost as JV players 300.00 as the Under Armour baseball pants were sent back to the manufacturer due to not having a season. 

 

  1. Raffle tickets were used to offset spirit pack costs.  Players that sold all raffle tickets have no balance. If a player did not sell all of their raffle tickets, but they one or more banner signs that amount was used to cover costs when the Georgia spring trip was canceled.  

 

  1. For balance information contact me via email or text by 7:00 pm on Monday.  This will give me time to respond so you can be prepared for Tuesday morning. 

 

  1. While you are dropping material off in the bins (uniforms and raffle materials, a coach will be dropping a bag containing your spirit pack into the trunk area of your car. 

 

      6. Players who do not pay their balance for their spirit pack will not receive the spirit pack   until the balance is paid (most likely next school year).  

Team News

2 months ago @ 9:46AM

Supporting a Player in our Community

Patriot baseball family, Ryland Harris a local player at Brentsville High School is currently battling a brain tumor. To support Ryland a virtual 5 K has been created.  The information is listed below in the provided link. Although Ryland is not a member of the Pioneer baseball program, he played with several of our players and other PHS athletes that attended Gainesville Middle School. If you are interested in participating and supporting Ryland, please use the link below.  All questions should be directed to the questions box under the "Race Contact Info" area on the provided website. PHS baseball is not affiliated with or directly involved, we are are just helping in the cause to spread the word and help a player in our local community.  Again, PHS baseball is unable to answer questions related to supporting Ryland, we just want to publish information and be supportive in his recovery!  Good luck Ryland, Patriot Baseball encourages you to stay strong! 

Run for Ryland link:

https://runsignup.com/Race/VA/GAINESVILLE/RaceforRyland

 

Disclaimer: Please be sure to follow social distancing guidelines, and adhere to all policies set by the Virginia State Government.  This is not a supported PHS baseball event.

Team News

3 months ago @ 9:16AM

2020 Virtual Senior Night

Coaches, players, parents, and fans of Patriot baseball, be sure to check out our 2020 virtual senior night presentation.  You can access the video information by going to the black tool bar at the top of this page and clicking more.  Below more, you will see a link for videos, click that link and you can view the presentation.  This presentation has also been added to the team twitter page, and is being provided with a link below.  Seniors, thank you graciously for your service to our program; we can't wait to see you and hope you come back and check in with us!  Go Pios! 

Link: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmhwjbVguuc&feature=emb_logo

 

To view, copy and paste the above link into your browser to view the video.

Team News

4 months ago @ 11:41AM

Team 2020 Update: Important Information

Hello all.

 

I hope this correspondence finds that each and every one of you is safe with your immediate family and that all of your loved ones are OK.  This is an extremely crazy time for all of us right now.  Today, we had a meeting with Mr. Qualls (Athletics Director) in regards to spring sports, and our seasons ending abruptly.  In our meeting he gave us guidance on issues related to the following: the lettering process, a senior slide show he is creating, the handling of outstanding fundraising money, the handling of money owed for spirit pack items/other items related to equipment and uniforms, and also the collection of team uniforms and all equipment. This information also contains information about workouts etc… This information may get a little long, but I need you to read it so you know what is going on as of now, and also understand all of this could change quickly based on decisions made by state or federal government.  Each talking point is listed below with a description:

 

  1. Lettering: Any player that was on the Georgia trip roster will be lettering this season.  If players were only on Junior Varsity, they will not letter, but full time varsity and swing players are letting this season.  PWCS has decided that we are going forward with letters and that all varsity players would receive them, along with other players that would have had the opportunity (this is why swing players are included)

 

  1. Seniors Slides Presentation: Seniors, I will be texting you all directly to inform you of an email that will be coming to you from me.  This email will be a template developed by Mr. Qualls for all senior athletes and will be part of a slide show PHS is creating.  It is your job as a senior, to complete the slide and provide all needed information etc… you then have to email it back to me, and I will send them to Mr. Qualls.  These are due to me by April 10th.  It is essential that you meet the deadline!   

 

  1. Outstanding Fund Raising:  We currently have thousands of dollars worth of raffle tickets that are in each player’s possession.  Each player was sent home with 40 tickets when they were selected for the team and prior to the shut down.  This means each player has 200.00 worth of raffle tickets they were responsible to sell.  This amount raised (200.00) offsets spirit pack costs, and is added to the total amount sold the first time we did raffle tickets ($150.00 is all were sold). All money, ticket stubs, and unsold tickets must be returned to me when deemed allowed by PHS/PWCS.  I sent home a piece of paper with your son that showed how they did the first time on raffle tickets.  I will be texting your son so they can provide me with a screen shot of the paper, since I cannot get into school to access my spreadsheet.  In that text they need to tell me the number of tickets they sold this time out of 40, and I will tell them what/if they still owe anything for their spirit packs. Please do not reach out to me in a panic, I will send you the amount you still owe if any.  Please keep in mind, this money goes to the program, but I cannot add it to the baseball account until we are allowed back in schools or until coaches receive further guidance on submitting funds to the booster club.  The same day I collect and count the money is the day the winners will be drawn.   The money drop off date for raffle tickets is currently TBA due to social distancing practices being mandated by Governor Northam. 

 

 

  1. Players who did not Raise Enough for Spirit Pack: Any amount that is short of the needed amount will be due to Coach Grove in the form of a check or cash.  This will be collected the same day as the tickets. Checks for the remaining amount should be separate from raffle ticket checks.  All raffle ticket checks should be made out to Patriot Athletic Booster Club, all personal checks to cover outstanding costs should be made out to Patriot Baseball.  Please specify in the memo area what the check is for (I.E. Spirit Pack, Raffle Tickets, etc…) 

 

  1. Receiving spirit packs: All players who have fundraised and or paid the remaining balance will receive their team spirit pack on raffle ticket/uniform and equipment drop off day (whenever that is).  The spirit pack price is being adjusted for varsity, and will only require players raise/pay $300.00 as the grey baseball pants order was cancelled.

 

 

  1. Team Uniforms/Equipment: All players MUST return any uniform material that belongs to PHS.  This includes practice jerseys (scrimmages) jerseys, pants, and pants that a player may have accidentally held on to in previous seasons.  Failure to return items will result in an obligation being placed against you.  Catchers that have the three sets of team gear, you must bring that with you on uniform/equipment drop off day.  This gear should not be worn for personal reasons and belongs to Patriot High School.  Failure to return, or gear that has been over used (more than two scrimmages) will result in an obligation.   

 

 

  1. Team Workouts: The next time we can workout together sounds like it will be the fall as of now.  We had plans to run a summer camp this year, but obviously that is off the table. Players are allowed to work out on their own, but should not be using PHS or any PWCS facilities. When the stay at home is lifted (maybe as early as this summer) there will be days I go and mow/work on the field.  On those days, I will send out a text message prior and let the players know that they can come hit/throw as needed.  This should only be done when it is legally allowed, and if there is a coach present.  Players should not ever work out at the field without coaches or PHS personnel present.  I am transferring to Patriot to teach, so I will be in the building next year which will enhance communication between the players and myself, that said, I also plan on starting fall ball within the first couple of weeks back into the school year and will provide a schedule at a later time when things are figured out.

 

  1. Double Check: Please check with your sons as I will be texting and emailing them by the end of the week. Emails will come to the their Patriot High School email account, and will allow me to keep better documentation for my records in my PWCS email account.  

 

 

Thank you for taking the time to read this.  Right now, the most important thing again is to make sure all of you are safe, and that you are taking care of yourselves.  This is a very unique and strange time for every one and I am not sure if we will see something like this again in our lifetime.  For our sake, I sure hope we don’t because this has been stressful and hard on so many great people, and no one wants to ever see someone struggle.  With that said, it is my job to provide this information to you as discussed in our meeting today.  Our information is a little long winded because we were right in the middle of a fundraiser, and right at the start of our season where items were still being shipped and paid for.  I do not expect anything to change with our current situation for the foreseeable future, but if something does I will reach out immediately.  I just want to get this published in writing well in advance so we are organized and finished in a timely manner, whenever we are allowed to do anything.  Please let me know if you have any questions, but please hold all questions until I send an email with the amount owed to your son.  I cannot answer any questions until they respond to me with a picture message of what is still owed for spirit pack.  Thanks and stay safe! 

Team News

4 months ago @ 2:53PM

PWCS Closes Schools Through April 14th Following Spring Break

All Prince William County Public Schools will close to students effective Saturday, March 14, until April 14, due to the growing health concern caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus). This closure may be extended depending on the situation. 

 

Impacts to the Baseball Team:

No team practices or meetings during this time, all players must work out on their own, and not at Patriot High School, or on our field.

All raffle tickets that were being sold cannot be turned in until at least April 14th.  Please do not lose the money or the ticket stubs, we will collect them through Mr. Qualls in his office on our first official day back to school whenever that may be.

Please stay safe, the baseball program is thinknig about every student at Patriot High School and their families during this time period.  Hopefully we will see you in April.  If you have questions please feel free to reach out to me directly.  I will respond when I get a chance.  If you are reaching out via email I may not see it for a few days at a time.  Hang in there everyone! 

Team News

4 months ago @ 2:52PM

PWCS Closes Schools Through April 14th Following Spring Break

All Prince William County Public Schools will close to students effective Saturday, March 14, until April 14, due to the growing health concern caused by COVID-19 (coronavirus). This closure may be extended depending on the situation. 

 

Impacts to the Baseball Team:

No team practices or meetings during this time, all players must work out on their own, and not at Patriot High School, or on our field.

All raffle tickets that were being sold cannot be turned in until at least April 14th.  Please do not lose the money or the ticket stubs, we will collect them through Mr. Qualls in his office on our first official day back to school whenever that may be.

Please stay safe, the baseball program is thinknig about every student at Patriot High School and their families during this time period.  Hopefully we will see you in April.  If you have questions please feel free to reach out to me directly.  I will respond when I get a chance.  If you are reaching out via email I may not see it for a few days at a time.  Hang in there everyone! 

Team News

4 months ago @ 1:23PM

Baseball Season First Contest Date Moved to March 30th

VHSL announces spring sports first play date delayed two weeks;

academic activities championships change due to coronavirus

 

Charlottesville, Va. – Due to the rapidly changing landscape regarding COVID-19 and in an effort to support VHSL member schools and school divisions the VHSL Crisis Management Committee met and decided the spring sports season be delayed for two weeks with the first play date now scheduled for March 30 announced VHSL Executive Director Dr. John W. “Billy” Haun. The original spring sports first play date was scheduled for Monday, March 16. The Outdoor Track championships, Tennis Championships, and the VHSL Spring Jubilee are not affected by this delay and all championships are still scheduled on their original dates.  The Crisis Management Committee will meet again Wednesday, March 25 to re-evaluate current conditions.

 

Please understand that this does not change the current status of no practice etc... All practices and team meetings are suspended until further notice. March 30th is also the date that the VHSL set, PWCS could alter this date if they choose to do so, and move it back further than the VHSL's current date. Players can still work out on their own, but are not allowed to use the facilities at Patriot High School.  As more information becomes available you will be notified.

 

Team News

4 months ago @ 4:29PM

Georgia Spring Trip Canceled, Baseball Season Currently Suspended

Attention all players and families, the 2020 Patriot Baseball spring break trip to Georgia has been canceled due to PWCS guidance that was presented today.  With that said, we will do our best to fill the schedule with local games. As of today, your son is only responsible for raising enough money for his spirit pack. Any funds raised above that number will go into the baseball account and will be used to benefit the 2020 team and future seasons. Extra money raised will be used to purchase some additional spirit pack items for this year that have not been ordered yet, it will also be used for some team outings (I.E. a team dinner at Buffalo Wild Wings, a group laser tag etc…), lastly, some of the funds will be used toward the 2020 team banquet. At this time, we ask that if you are still working on selling banners to local businesses and stakeholders that you feel free to continue that endeavor.  All sales will end on April 1.  We also want to remind you that raffle tickets are due the next time the team meets. This fundraiser will have to be finished because several tickets were already sold.  We will proceed with the drawing whenever we play our first home contest. I will update the players with any more information at practice, and post necessary/needed correspondence online as it becomes available. There will be no further practice or games until further notice from PWCS.

 

Major Points:

  • The 2020 Georgia trip is canceled per PWCS guidance. We are looking into trying to fill our schedule with local games to the best of our ability.

 

  • Look at the letter that was sent home with your son the other night; if your son was on the Georgia roster, deduct the Georgia cost from what is owed. Raffle tickets sales will be used to offset the spirit pack cost (as originally planned).  If extra banner income was generated, that will be used to offset any remaining individual costs, prior to it helping the team/program as a whole.

 

  • JV players your only cost remains that spirit pack, if you sold banners above this cost and did not sell enough raffle tickets, that amount will be used to alleviate/pay off your costs. For funds raised over the amount see the information above.

 

  • Finish selling raffle tickets, and finish any banner sales you have already started, and know that the extra money will be put into a few team outings (more than likely dinners after practice a couple nights) where we can continue to develop team unity.

 

  • Next Saturday night’s Kidz Night Out (3/21/2020) is canceled, and will not be made up.  The next Kidz Night Out event will be in September or October of 2020.

 

  • All practices are canceled and games are postponed until further notice from PWCS.

Team News

4 months ago @ 11:04AM

Raffle Ticket Sales End Monday 3/16/2020

Attentions all players and families, the raffle ticket sale ends next Monday.  Players need to sell all 40 tickets. In selling their 30 tickets in the winter, and the 40 tickets they currently have, they will get all of their spirit pack materials at no cost.  The coaching staff will be sending out a slip of paper either Tuesday or Wednesday that shows how many raffle tickets were sold last round, and what possible costs could be.  It is mandatory that the sold and unsold tickets be returned by Monday at practice.  Tickets and money will be counted following practice.  Winners will be drawn during the Forest Park game Tuesday March 17, 2020.

Team News

4 months ago @ 9:15PM

Riverside Scrimmage Moved

Attention all players, families, and fans: Tuesday's scrimmage against Riverside High School, has been moved to Monday March 9, 2020.  The varsity scrimmage will start at 6:00 at Patriot.  The Junior Varsity scrimmage will start at 7:00 pm at Riverside High School.  The Junior Varsity bus will depart Patriot at 4:30 pm.  We hope to see you all at the park for our final tune up, prior to kicking the season off next Tuesday March 17, 2020 against Forest Park. 

Team News

5 months ago @ 9:25AM

Mulch Sale Reminder

It is getting close to that time of year again when the leaves return to trees, and your perennials start popping up!  To make your yard look even better you can purchase mulch from the Patriot Athletic Booster club.  Mulch can be delivered if you live within seven miles of the school, which saves you the hassle of trying to get the mulch you want at your local supplier.  Plus when you purchase mulch from Patriot, you are not only enhancing your yard, you are helping all of the great programs that are provided at Patriot High School. All sales end on March 14, 2020 and the product will be available for delivery within a certain distance, or for pick up on March 28, 2020.  Don't delay get your mulch today! 

Please use the link provided at the bottom to place your order.  Thank you for supporting Patriot High School.

https://patriotboosters.weebly.com/mulch-sale.html

Team News

5 months ago @ 12:09AM

Last Night's Information

All families,

I have placed the presentation from last night in the Files section of our page. To find that area you may have to click on the tab bar where it says more, below you will see "team files" become available; click that to access the page where the PowerPoint is located.  It is listed: Patriot Baseball Parent Meeting 2020.  Please make sure you complete the parent portion and submit information to Ms. Eikhoff in regards to what was discussed last night.  As always if you have questions, please reach out to me. 

Team News

5 months ago @ 2:24PM

Online Team Store 2020

Families, friends, and fans of Patriot Baseball, the 2020 team store is officially online.  Check out the store for Patriot Baseball gear. Players feel free to purchase anything in the store as items that can be worn to practice. This store is not part of your spirit pack, but provides other options to represent the team.  Happy shopping!  

 

See link below:

https://www.bsnteamsports.com/shop/LhFjCNdQfw

 

 


   
   

 


   

Hurry, shops closes 03/9/2020.


 

 

 

 

 

Team News

5 months ago @ 7:55PM

Kidz Night Out

Families, tomorrow night is our second Kidz Night Out event for the year.  We are still in need of volunteers and people to work various jobs at the event.  Kidz Night Out serves as tomorrow's Saturday practice and is a requirement for all players.  Funds raised directly support the team.  Please sign up on the sign up genius below and help.  We need donations and workers!  We will see you all tomorrow.  Please spread the word about this great fundraising event! 

Copy and paste the following link into your web browser!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0945abaf2faaf94-patriot3
 

 

 

Team News

5 months ago @ 10:16PM

Regional Semifinals Concessions

This Tuesday, February 25th, the boys basketball team will be playing in the Region B semifinal game.  With that said, Patriot High School is in need of help for the concession stand that night.  We need any parents that are willing to help to step up.  I have attached a sign up genius link (winter sports) to this message to make signing up easier.  If you're interested, sign up ASAP, there are multiple empty slots! Hopefully we can get some representation along with some of the other sports programs at PHS.  Your help as always is greatly appreciated.  Also remember we have Kidz Night Out this Saturday.  We still need help at that event and some donations.  

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4ba5ae2aa6f85-201920

Team News

5 months ago @ 11:12AM

Final Baseball Interest Meeting (Tryout Information Meeting)

Attention all students, the baseball team will be holding an interest meeting Tuesday February 18th after school at 2:45 pm in room 1403 A/B across from Coach Qualls’ office. This meeting will detail the 2020 tryout process for each day, and give a clear concise outline of the rubric that will be used in selecting the 2020 team. Each interested player should bring something to write with and be familiar with their class schedule. Interested players will be asked to document their grades from the first semester and their current grades in the third marking period. Please be prompt. We look forward to seeing you Tuesday, after school.

Team News

6 months ago @ 10:26AM

Patriot High School Boosters Mulch Sale

It is getting close to that time of year again when the leaves return to trees, and your perennials start popping up!  To make your yard look even better you can purchase mulch from the Patriot Athletic Booster club.  Mulch can be delivered if you live within seven miles of the school, which saves you the hassle of trying to get the mulch you want at your local supplier.  Plus when you purchase mulch from Patriot, you are not only enhancing your yard, you are helping all of the great programs that are provided at Patriot High School.  Do not wait, order your spring mulch today.  Please use the link provided at the bottom to place your order.  Thank you for supporting Patriot High School. 

https://patriotboosters.weebly.com/mulch-sale.html

Team News

6 months ago @ 2:31PM

Concessions Help Needed

This Friday, February 7th, the boys ans girls basketball teams host senior night and a big crowd is expected.  When a team and their rival square off things can get very exciting.  With that said, baseball is responsible for the concession stand that night.  We need parents and players to step up.  I have attached a sign up genius link to this message to make signing up easier.  Please sign up ASAP, we need to fill our slots!  Your help as always is greatly appreciate.  If you have any questions, please reach out to me. 

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4ba5ae2aa6f85-201920

Team News

6 months ago @ 8:36AM

Raffle Winners

Last night, the Patriot Baseball team pulled the winning winter raffle tickets during weight lifting.  We would like to thank everyone who purchased a ticket, or multiple tickets.  As a program we did a great job on this fundraiser, and are very fortunate and thankful for the community’s support.  Here are the winners of the winter raffle drawing:

First Prize (Grand Prize $300.00)- Chris Brown (Phoenixville, Pennsylvania)

Second Prize ($100.00)- Jane Ehrhardt (Ellicott City, Maryland)

Third Prize ($50.00)- Chris Dofflemyer (Brambleton, Virginia)

Fourth Prize ($50.00)- Jeff Kotroba (Adamstown, Maryland)

Fifth Prize ($20.00)- Joe Kotroba (Gaithersburg, Maryland)

Sixth Prize ($20.00) Jane Ehrhardt (Ellicott City, Maryland)

Seventh Prize ($20.00) Tyler Eikhoff (Bristow, Virginia)

Eighth Place ($20.00) Terry Heston (Montclair, Virginia)

Ninth Prize ($20.00) Carmen Quniteros (Manassas, Virginia)

Tenth Prize ($20.00) Daniel Kingsmill (Woodbridge, Virginia)

Eleventh Prize ($20.00) Mark Brandenburg (Bristow, Virginia)

Twelfth Prize ($20.00) Gayle Jenkins (Bristow, Virginia)

Thirteenth Prize ($20.00) Erin Bonilla (Gainesville, Virginia)

Fourteenth Prize ($20.00) Patrick Winters (Fairfax, Virginia)

 

Patriot Baseball once again says congratulations to all of our winners, and thank you for supporting Patriot Baseball.  We will be running another raffle fundraiser once the season starts.  Winners of this raffle will be drawn during the home opener against Forest Park, on March 17.  During that game, we will pull a winner in the top and bottom half of each inning.

Team News

6 months ago @ 9:38AM

Raffle Ticket Update

All Raffle tickets will not be collected today.  PWCS is releasing all students early today which has led to all after school activities being canceled. Patriot Baseball raffle tickets will now be collected Thursday at our workout.  If you have not sold all of your tickets, you get two extra days, please work to sell the remaining tickets.  We will see you Thursday for lifting/conditioning.  Please be safe this afternoon, and enjoy the early release.  

Team News

6 months ago @ 9:33AM

Patriot Baseball Twitter Account is Active

Patriot baseball family, the Patriot HS baseball twitter account has been activated.  After discussion, we will be using the account @PatriotHitSquad.  This account has a large number of people including collegiate coaches already following this account, and allows for the players to get the exposure they deserve.  Please tune in to the account as we have some big ideas coming in the 2020 season. We are working to take our Social Media presence to the top of the mountain this season, and run one of the top accounts in Virginia, if our plan comes to fruition.  Please follow all season long and be sure to view our team website as well as here on big teams and over on our league lineup account.

Twitter: @PatriotHitSquad

Web Address: http://www.leaguelineup.com/PHShardball

Web Address: http://www.patriotpioneers.org

 

Team News

6 months ago @ 11:03AM

Raffle Tickets Due Tuesday January 7th

Just a friendly reminder that all raffle ticket stubs (sold/unsold) and the money raised are due tomorrow at our workout.   Please double check and make sure that any/all checks are made out to the Patriot Athletic Booster Club.  Stubs and money should be submitted in an envelope that includes your first and last name.  Any ticket stubs not returned/accounted for are your responsibility and you will be billed for them. This $150.00 will be used toward team wear when ordered for the players that make the team.  All other funds raised above those needs will be added into our baseball account and used to purchase team products etc... for the 2019 2020 season.  Just a reminder that participating in fundraising does not guarantee a player a spot on the roster, it is used as something that is essential for high school sports program to provide for the student athletes.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email Coach Grove (grovens@pwcs.edu).  Thank you!  

Team News

7 months ago @ 9:35AM

FINAL REMINDER: PATRIOT BASEBALL PRESENTS KIDZ NIGHT OUT

Kidz Night Out December 21, 2019

 

On Saturday December 21, Patriot Baseball will be hosting their first Kidz Night Out event of the 2019-2020 school year.  Kidz Night Out provides elementary and middle school students ages 5-14 the opportunity to participate in an open gym event, while allowing parents to have a date night, or an opportunity to finish preparing for the upcoming holiday season. This particular event will feature a movie room to watch films, and an arts and crafts area.  With the event so close to the holiday season, participants will get to create a holiday ornament to take home with them.  Information for the event is provided. Food is available for purchase throughout the event, and is included in one of our two prices.  All items at the concessions stand are $1.00

If you have questions, please contact Coach Grove: grovens@pwcs.edu.  To pre-register for the event scan the QR Code and fill out the Google document provided on fliers sent home to elementary and Middle Schools, or email Coach Grove directly (email above).  We look forward to an extremely fun night.  We hope to see you this Saturday evening.  

https://forms.gle/AN8h6PXrKFYAnWXM9

Team News

7 months ago @ 9:11AM

Kidz Night Out Community Reminder

Parents if you could please take the time today to get the word out to your neighbors and friends about the Kidz night out event we are hosting at Patriot on Saturday night. Please post in your neighborhood groups and send to friends who might be interested. Thank you. Below is the information you can copy and paste. 

 

Patriot Baseball

Kidz Night Out

Patriot High School Gym

Saturday December 21, 2019

6:00 pm-9:00 pm

“Kidz Night Out” is a wonderful opportunity for parents to complete any holiday prep.  Let the Patriot baseball players, coaches and parents play with your child and give you both a night out.  The event is for children ages 5-14 years old. Parents can enjoy an evening out, while their children participate in an open gym event. What will your child be doing? Open Gym (basketball, volleyball, kickball etc), art station,  movie room all supervised by the Patriot Coaching staff, players and parents.

Patriot baseball is excited to meet your child and interact with them all night.

Cost: $15.00 Food and Fun (Includes 1 Hot Dog/Pizza slice,  1 Juice, 1 Water , 1 bag of Chips and a take home art project)

            $10.00 Just Fun (No food  or art project)

Food items are available for $1 each item Cash only.

Drop off begins at 5:45 and Pick Up before 9:30 required. No Exceptions please!

All money raised supports the Patriot High School Baseball Team.

Any Questions: Please contact Coach Nick Grove at grovens@pwcs.edu.

Sign Up Here!

https://forms.gle/AN8h6PXrKFYAnWXM9

 

 This is a barcode that people can scan to also get to the registration page. 

 

Yes you can sign up at the door! It does help us if we know you are coming. Pay when you arrive cash or check.

** This material is neither sponsored nor endorsed by Prince William County Schools.

Team News

7 months ago @ 10:43AM

Kidz Night Out December 21, 2019

On Saturday December 21, Patriot Baseball will be hosting their first Kidz Night Out event of the 2019-2020 school year.  Kidz Night Out provides elementary and middle school students ages 5-14 the opportunity to participate in an open gym event, while allowing parents to have a date night, or an opportunity to finish preparing for the upcoming holiday season. This particular event will feature a movie room to watch films, and an arts and crafts area.  With the event so close to the holiday season, participants will get to create a holiday ornament to take home with them.  Information for the event is provided. Food is available for purchase throughout the event, and is included in one of our two prices.  All items at the concessions stand are $1.00

If you have questions, please contact Coach Grove: grovens@pwcs.edu.  To pre-register for the event scan the QR Code and fill out the Google document provided on fliers sent home to elementary and Middle Schools, or email Coach Grove directly (email above).  We look forward to an extremely fun night.  We hope to see you this Saturday evening.  

Team News

8 months ago @ 11:14AM

PHS Baseball Community Service Project: Canned Food Drive

The holiday season is a time where families and friends come together and spend quality time with one another. However, in some parts of our country and specifically in our local area the holidays can be a stressful time for people who may not have the financial means to provide in a comfortable manner for their families. To help these families, the Patriot Baseball team will be having a canned food drive as our community service project for the 2019-2020 school year.  Players and their families can donate these items to Mr. Qualls (Athletics Director) in school, or they can bring the items to weight lifting on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will collect canned goods and non-perishables until December 20, 2019, which is the last day before the students go on winter break. 

Listed below are ideas od items that can be donated to those in need. However, other items that are not on this list are also welcome and would be greatly appreciated.

  • Applesauce

  • Canned Beans
  • Canned Chicken

  • Canned Fish (Tuna and Salmon)

  • Canned Meat (SPAM and Ham)

  • Canned Vegetables

  • Cooking Oils (Olive and Canola)

  • Crackers

  • Dried Herbs and Spices

  • Fruit (Canned or Dried)

  • Granola Bars

  • Instant Mashed Potatoes

  • Meals in a Box

  • Nuts

  • Pasta

  • Peanut Butter

  • Rice

  • Shelf-stable and Powdered Milk

  • Soup, Stew and Chili

  • Whole Grain Cereal

 

We are hopeful that the baseball program can make an impact in our community and give back to those in need. Community service is extremely beneficial to everyone involved in the endeavor, and can be something that really allows things to be put into perspective at the end of the day.

 

Thank you for your attention and support in our community service project!

Team News

8 months ago @ 2:01PM

Baseball Interest Meeting

There will be a baseball interest meeting tonight at 6:30pm in Commons 1. This meeting is for all students  interested in trying out for baseball and their parents.  Please enter door #26.

Team News

9 months ago @ 2:46PM

Nick Grove named Head Baseball Coach

Patriot Athletics would like to announce Nick Grove, as Patriot High School’s Head Baseball Coach.  He is being voluntary reassigned from Gar-Field High School and is a successful and highly qualified baseball coach. We fully support this decision and welcome him to our school.  Coach Grove has been the head coach the past 2 years at Gar-Field High School.  Prior to Gar-Field he was the head baseball coach at Sunrise Mountain High School in Las Vegas and Hughesville High School in Pennsylvania.  Coach Grove currently teaches Social Studies at Gar-Field and also has a Master’s of Education in Educational Administration from Grand Canyon University.  Coach Grove will meet with interested baseball players in the near future.  Information will be posted at www.patriotpioneers.org once a date and location for the meeting has been set.  Welcome Coach Grove!

 

Team News

9 months ago @ 9:04PM

Update

All, Coach Grove will be at out of season workouts tomorrow (10/23). All interested players plan to meet at the baseball field at 2:30.

Team News

9 months ago @ 9:04PM

Update

All, Coach Grove will be at out of season workouts tomorrow (10/23). All interested players plan to meet at the baseball field at 2:30.


https://patriotpioneers.org
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