•  Gavin Pozzie Wrestling

    Wrestling Concludes, Sends One to States

    The 2023-2024 wrestling season for the Parrish Bulls was a rollercoaster ride of exciting matches, hard-fought victories, and moments of pure determination. From the first dual meet to the state championships, the Bulls showcased their resilience and commitment to excellence, leaving a lasting mark on the team’s reputation.

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  •  2023 Varsity Softball Team Photo

    Bulls Softball looks to reclaim state title

    The Parrish Bulls softball team kicked off their highly anticipated 2024 season on February 13-15 against Braden River High School, Desoto High School, and Inspiration Academy at home in a preseason tournament. The girls went undefeated in three games to win the tournament. Then they won their official season opener against Palmetto High School on February 27. A strong start, as the Bulls are looking to defend their previous state title.

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  •  Tennis

    Game, Set, Match; Tennis is underway at PCHS

    The PCHS tennis team started their 2024 season in January. They have been working hard and shown a strong start. The girls have an undefeated record, and the boys are contenders with their largest group yet.

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  •  Amelia Someson and Coach Austin Henderson

    Girls Flag Football eyes coveted district title after strong regular season

    Before the girls’ flag football team took the field for their first game of the season, Austin Henderson declared that this would be the team’s “best season yet.”

    Two months later, has the head coach’s declaration lived up to its name?

    His answer, yes.

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  •  Flag Football Team Photo

    Girls Flag Football season underway at Parrish Community High School

    The girls have taken the football field for their 2024 Flag Football season.

    The team had their first game of the season on February 20, ending in a 12-6 victory for the Bulls at Southeast High. As of March 11, the team has a 4-3 record, a solid rebound from a tough 3-10 finish last season.

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  •  Girls Varsity soccer team with their 3rd district trophy

    Girls Varsity Soccer Wins Districts for Third Straight Year

    On Feb 1, the Parrish Community varsity girls' soccer team won the district championship for the third year in a row, defeating Braden River 2-1. After this, they went on to the regional quarterfinals as the 3rd seed in the region.

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  •  Girls Basketball team holding District Championship Trophy

    Girls Basketball Back-to-Back District Champs

    The 23-24 girls' basketball season ended with successful results. Starting with a back-to-back District championship. Winning districts was a memorable experience this year, especially since the team had home court advantage. This made the win more exciting. This also gave them a strong start going into their regional tournament.

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  •  Bulls Athletics

    Indoor Track Qualifies Multiple for Nationals

    To conclude the indoor season in Gainesville, the Parrish Community Track Team qualified 7 athletes for the New Balance Indoor Nationals – the pinnacle of track: Javon Moss, Parker Vitoritt, Dylan Sabol, Trevor Carrell, Bianca Grindo, Alana Price, and Jacob Kosko.

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  •  Basketball

    Boys Basketball takes the Bull by the Horns

    The Parrish boys’ basketball season has come to a conclusion. After defeating Boca Ciega High School on Wednesday, February 7th in the first round of the district playoffs on our home court, the team moved on to the semifinals to face off against Braden River High school. They knew it would be an uphill battle and they were locked in headed into the game. During preparation for the game, Dylan Higgins said, “The team has one goal in mind, and that is to win districts.”

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  •  Boys Soccer team with their district trophy

    Boys PCHS Soccer District Champions

    “Don’t talk about our glory, listen to our story,” is a quote said by Coach Gabe Mazo on his twitter and it fits perfectly with his team. The boys varsity soccer team won the district championship beating Braden River for the first time in school history for both while going 10-9-1. “It is a huge accomplishment to the boys cementing a foundation to the program.”

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