•  2024 Softball players and coaches with the state championship trophy.

    Softball successfully defends 5A State Title

    On May 24, Parrish Community High school captured the state title for the 2nd year in a row against Gainesville High School, with a score of 3-2 in extra innings. For the Bulls' five year program, this win adds to an impressive trophy case with two state championships, two regional championships, and three district championships.

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    PCHS Athletics Places 4th in State Academic Ranking

    Being a student athlete is one of the most admirable qualities a high school student can achieve, and it comes with great dedication and sacrifice. Participating in high school sports comes with many academic and athletic requirements. The Florida High School Athletic Association keeps track of each teams’ combined GPA, and teams are ranked by their academic accomplishments at the end of the season. As a school athletic program, Parrish Community finished 4th overall in class 5A with 86 points. This is the highest finish in school history, with numerous sports earning a top 10 ranking. 

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    Bulls Baseball District Runner Ups, Standout Season

    The 2024 Parrish Community baseball season ended as the Class 5A District 9 runner ups and advanced to the Region 3 playoffs. They are proud of their season with Varsity ending with a 23-8 record and Junior Varsity with an 8-8 record.

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  •  Parker Vitoritt, Jacob Mattson, Von Moss, and Dylan Sabol with their state medals.

    Bulls Track and Field Finishes Strong

    At the FHSAA 3A Region 3 meet, 16 total athletes punched their tickets in to qualify for the FHSAA 3A State meet. In Jacksonville, 5 athletes placed All-State which is top 8. These include: Triple Jump (Rylie Jackson): 5th Place – 11.47m and Boys 4x400m (Dylan Sabol, Von Moss, Jacob Mattson, Parker Vitoritt): Tied 7th Place – 3:21.63

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    Beach Volleyball Season Overview

    The girls beach volleyball team has been practicing hard and playing tougher this season, with their regular season record of 3-7. The team is working to better establish themselves as strong contenders in the district. They beat Lakewood Ranch HS 3-2 at the Class 1A District 19 competition on Apr. 23.

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  •  Boys Tennis team with District runner up trophy

    Parrish Tennis Teams Persevere through Championship Season

    After a strong regular season, both the girls’ and boys’ teams persevered through the championship season, with the girls as one of the finest across Manatee and Sarasota Counties and the boys finishing 2nd in the FHSAA Class 3A District 11 competition. Both teams made tremendous improvements this year and paved the way for next year's team.

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    PCHS Runs First Official Girls Lacrosse Season

    This year is Parrish Community high school's first season with an official girls' lacrosse team. Head Coach Ozborn Stelter has already created goals for next season, as the team stated there is much room for improvement. Some of those goals are to win more games and create a more divisive program like adding a Junior Varsity team.

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    Bulls Track: Almost Across the Finish Line

    As the Parrish Bulls head into regionals on the 8th of May, it can be said they had a phenomenal season on the track, despite problems off the track. At the FHSAA 3A District 9 Finals, the Bulls qualified 36 athletes across 23 events.

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  • Boys Weightlifting Concludes with State Finalist

    Boys Weightlifting Concludes with State Finalist

    The 2024 boys’ weightlifting season officially ended at the FHSAA state championships in Lakeland on Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20. Parrish was represented by senior Chase Eichorn who competed in the 119-pound weight class and took part in both the Traditional and Olympic Championships.

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    Girls Flag Football closes the book on memorable 2024 season

    It was a historic season for the Girls Flag Football team, putting together a 10-5 record (including playoffs) and the program’s first appearance in a district championship game. Despite falling short in a 19-0 loss to district rival Braden River High School, the team has a lot of memories to look back on when recapping their season.

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