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Part 9 from #25from29 "Hello Frisco"

Jon Little celebrates the 25th anniversary of the 1993 football season, with 25 installments of #25from29. In part 9 the '93 Bearcats season began with Frisco. Click here to read what happened in "Hello Frisco"

Jon Tyson Little
August 31, 2018

8th Grade A & B Both Beat Ponder 2-0

Paul Dennis
August 31, 2018

Denton Record Chronicle's Pilot Point v Bridgeport Capsule

Read Brady Keane's Pilot Point vs Bridgeport preview in The Denton Record Chronicle here.

August 30, 2018

Herald Democrat Pilot Point vs Bridgeport Preview

August 30, 2018

#TBT to August 13, 1957

Twirlers for the Pilot Point High School Band this fall will be from left, Marilyn Pelzel, Hattie Seagraves, Marccella Holford, and Marilyn Fisher. Miss Fisher will serve as head majorette for the Bearcats

August 30, 2018

Across The Field With The Bridgeport Bulls

The Bridgeport Bulls snapped a two-year playoff drought last season and will try to build on that success when they host Pilot Point Friday.
Bridgeport lost its first five games in 2017, but picked up two key district victories over Krum and Vernon to secure a spot in the postseason.
The Bulls are led on offense by speedy junior quarterback Jadon Maddux, who was the 4A bronze medalist in the 100.
Maddux was a first-team all-district selection and the Wise County Co-Offensive Newcomer of the Year last season, throwing for 2,142 yards and 16 touchdowns. On the ground, Maddux ran for 864 yards and 13 scores.
Christian Hand returns at running back after recovering from a leg injury that forced him to miss the latter half of last season.
Hand will be a big part of the Bulls' defense at linebacker. The Bulls return second-team all-district defensive linemen Gonsalo Ibarra and Diangelo Sandoval. Carson Johnson will be at one linebacker with Hand. Ty Read leads the secondary.
The Bulls lost in the bi-district round to Godley.
Richard Greene
August 29, 2018

Photo Album From 34th Greenhill Luke’s Locker Six-Mile Relay

Click here for photos of the 34th Greenhill Luke’s Locker Six-Mile Relay . Compliments of Julie Holloway

August 29, 2018

Ladycats Beat Lady Tigers 3-1

Game photos provided by Nicole Lane can be found here.
Denton Record Chronicle Volleyball Roundup
Nicole Lane
August 29, 2018

JV Girls Lose In 3 To Blue Ridge

JV girls lose to Blue Ridge in 3 sets. Blue Ridge came out swinging in game 1 but the Lady Cats bounced back taking game 2.  Game 3 was a nail-biter finishing 25 to 22 Blue Ridge.
Keith Williams
August 29, 2018

My Final Season by Jake Morris

Click to here read "Team Takeoff"
Jake Morris
August 28, 2018

This Week For The Bearcats

August 27, 2018

XC Coaches Corner "Energized"

This past Saturday the Pilot Point Bearcats Cross Country teams competed in Greenhill/Luke’s Locker 6-Mile Relay at Norbuck Park.  The relay featured eight different races in four categories with hay bale obstacles along the course.  This event has remained one of the longest running cross country events in Texas.  We’ve competed in this race many times and it’s a team favorite.
Varsity girls competed in 4A and under division and placed 6th out of approximately 30 teams. I warned them (not too early) there would be hay bales single and double stacked along the course.  I didn’t’ want them to focus more on getting over the bales than on the running.  Veteran runners usually joke that every year we have a new runner that runs through the bales instead of jumping over them.  Luckily, to my knowledge, that did not happen.    However, I did not press the issue.  The girls did a fantastic job at the meet and dropped a significant amount of time in their splits.  This is an exciting team to watch and it is not going unnoticed by other competitive teams.
The varsity boys competed in the same division and placed 4th out of 33 teams.  The veterans love to come to the meet because they like to test themselves against some of the bigger programs in the state.    Most of the boys dropped time and are continuing to push each other to become better each week.   I know the competitive spirit that drives them and see a more focused team at our practices. I was really glad to see some of the glimmer and excitement in their eyes when we competed Saturday.  It must've been that we were back in our routine that I spoke of last week!
I know these athletes will continue to run faster and smarter.  Positive energy, hard work, smart running, and sincere excitement are just what we needed this week to energize us for the weeks to come. I would say it was a successful week for the Bearcat Cross Country teams!  We look forward to competing at the Marcus Invitational at North Lakes Park in Denton Saturday, Sept 1st.  
Go Bearcats!
Decide                 Commit                Succeed

Coach Jeff Price
August 27, 2018

Ladycats Defeat Tom Bean, Denison, Anna & Abilene

Click here to read the Denton Record Chronicle Volleyball Roundup.
August 26, 2018

"Sweet Revenge" by Kimberly Burns

"A Ladycat's Senior Year" is the work of Pilot Point senior Kimberly Burns. Share in the journey of her final year at PPHS. Click here for "Sweet Revenge"

Kimberly Burns
August 26, 2018

Varsity Boys XC Team Gets Top 5 Finish In Dallas

The Bearcats finshed fourth in the 34th Greenhill Luke’s Locker Six-Mile Relay with a cumlative time of 31.52.49. The Ladycats captured sixth place with a time of 39.03.33. The XC teams will travel next week to The Marcus Invitational at North Lakes Park in Denton.
August 26, 2018

Ladycats Win Challengers Bracket In Whitesboro

The Ladycats won the challengers bracket today at the Whitesboro Tournament. Beating Tom Bean, Denison and Anna.

Nicole Lane
August 26, 2018

1983 State Champion Boyd Yellowjackets Remember The Toughest Game They Played

Click here to read the fine work of Richard Greene with the Wise County Messenger. Richard spoke to the 1983 Yellowjackets about that great Thanksgiving Day game in 1983.
August 25, 2018

Part 8 of #25from29 "My Team"

Jon Little celebrates the 25th anniversary of the 1993 football season, with 25 installments of #25from29. In part 8. Jon introduces us to the 1993 Bearcats click here to read "The Team"
Jon Tyson Little
August 24, 2018

Bearcat JV Wraps Up Scrimmages

Tonight JV wrapped up preseason scrimmages. Playing Gainesville last week, and Sanger yesterday, the JV team showed speed and strength on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. Next Thursday is a home game in which the junior varsity team will play Bridgeport. The time is currently TBA. Update to come!
Stephanie Fulmer
August 24, 2018

Ladycats Go 4-4 In Whitesboro Tournament Pool Play

Nicole Lane
August 24, 2018

#TBT to August 23, 1963

Pilot Point hires new coach G.A. Moore.

August 23, 2018

Aubrey Gets Past Pilot Point 3-0

Click here for game photos compliments of Nicole Lane. From the Denton Record Chronicle
"Shelby Malone had eight kills, seven digs and three blocks for the Lady Bearcats. Other Pilot Point players who stood out in defeat were Brooke Lane (21 digs), Kassy Gann (eight digs, one kill) and Tori Jones (six kills, two kills)."
To read the Denton Record Chronicle article in full click here
Nicole Lane
August 22, 2018

JV Girls Fall To Aubrey

Aubrey JV wins over Pilot Point 2-0

Keith Williams
August 22, 2018

Welcome To pilotpointbearcats.com Jake Morris

Senior Jake Morris will be contributing with "My Final Season". Please click here to read his first post "Hardened Steel"
Jake Morris
August 21, 2018

Pitts Steps Up For Pilot Point

Click here Brady Keane's "Football Notebook" from the Denton Record Chronicle

August 21, 2018

Pilot Point Middle School Volleyball Schedule

August 20, 2018

This Week For The Bearcats

XC Coaches Corner "Routine"

Anyone who knows me knows I am a routine guy. I like to be very early to every meet and I am always on the clock.  Well...our first meet was anything but routine.  First of all, it was a hot and sultry Thursday afternoon (we usually run on Saturday).  We loaded the bus and headed to Lynn Creek Park in Grand Prairie for the first meet of the season.  Most of the competition would be 5A and 6A teams, but it was important to me to get our new runners on this course because it is the site of our Regional Meet.  So, all varsity and jv runners loaded up and we took off to our first competition.  As we approached Interstate 35...how should I say this, things got heated.  The air conditioner decided to call it quits.  Then, miles down the road we hit standstill traffic. So after a two hour steamy bus ride with nerves shot and dehydration quickly settling in...we jumped off the bus at Lynn Creek looking as if we actually ran from Pilot Point.  To my surprise, a change in start times occurred and the varsity teams needed to run first.  So much for a smooth and routine start to the season.  In the end, the varsity boys finished 6th, JV boys finished 2nd and the varsity girls finished 4th against some salty competition.  
Expectations are extremely high for the Bearcat Cross Country teams as well they should be.  Compared to most teams in the state we look very competitive.  However, ask the Bearcat runners and they will tell you that we have room for improvement and I have no doubt they will continue to work hard.  I am confident in their abilities and their drive and I’m confident they will be successful.  Hopefully, we WILL be back to our ROUTINE of running early Saturday morning, at Norbuck Park for the Greenhill 6 mile relay.  Go Bearcats!  
Coach Jeff Price
August 20, 2018

Ladycats XC Takes 4th In Thursday's "2 Miles" Texans Cross Country Meet

3200 Meters JV Boys

JV Boys Team - 2nd

03. Hunter Kulesz 12 Pilot Point 12:24

05. Alan Santoyo 10 Pilot Point 12:39

07. Alfonso Castillo 10 Pilot Point 12:56

16. Max Garcia 9 Pilot Point 13:36

25. Ruben Hernandez 11 Pilot Point 14:10

26. Raul Martinez 11 Pilot Point 14:14

34. Danny Coyote 11 Pilot Point 14:35

54. Ricardo Coyote 9 Pilot Point 15:50

55. Will Stewart 9 Pilot Point 15:51

72. Alessandro Ramirez 9 Pilot Point 20:10

3,200 Meters VARSITY

Varsity Boys Team - 6th

9 Adam Mendoza 12 Pilot Point 10:56

17 Juan Giron 12 Pilot Point 11:23

26 Ethan Hite 11 Pilot Point 11:42

42 Sergio Portillio 12 Pilot Point 12:11

53 Jorge Ramirez 11 Pilot Point 12:41

75 Ruben Calderon 11 Pilot Point 13:15

84 Ubaldo Nandin 10 Pilot Point 13:51

3,200 Meters JV GIRLS

‍40 Lizzette Sosa 9 Pilot Point 18:51

54 Hayley Raines 11 Pilot Point 20:57

3,200 Meters GIRLS VARSITY

Varsity Girls Team - 4th

3 Brisa Hernandez 10 Pilot Point 13:01

14 Jessica Zackery 12 Pilot Point 13:31

20 Claire Thompson 10 Pilot Point 13:42

22 Lindsay True 9 Pilot Point 13:55

40 Leticia Ascencio 10 Pilot Point 15:12

43 Elena Fox 11 Pilot Point 15:21

56 Maddie Mascari 11 Pilot Point 15:45

August 19, 2018

Cross Country Coaches Association Of Texas First Preseason Poll

CCCAT first poll of the year ranks Pilot Point Boys 4 and Pilot Point Girls 6.

August 19, 2018

"The Start Of Something New" by Kimberly Burns

"A Ladycat's Senior Year" is the work of Pilot Point senior Kimberly Burns. Share in the journey of her final year at PPHS. Click here for "The Start Of Something New"
Kimberly Burns
August 19, 2018

Ladycat Volleyball Pictures From The Weekend

Collinsville, Pottsboro, Whitesboro, & Lone Oak. Photos courtesy of Nicole Lane.

Nicole Lane
August 18, 2018

Ladycats Fall Short In Denison

The Ladycats go 2-1 for the day. Beating Whitesboro 2-1 and Pottsboro 2-0. They were defeated in the Challenger Championship by Collinsville 2-0.
Nicole Lane
August 18, 2018

Ladycats Defeat Lone Oak 3-0

August 18, 2018

Part 7 of #25from29 "Two-A-Days"

Jon Little celebrates the 25th anniversary of the 1993 football season, with 25 installments of #25from29. In part 7. Jon focuses on every football players favorite time in "Two-A-Days"
Jon Tyson Little
August 17, 2018

Ladycats Go 1-2 In Day 1 Of Denison Tornament

August 17, 2018

#TBT to August 28,1959.

Superintendent Smtih spends $9,000 to add 700 seats for Bearcat fans.

August 16, 2018

Ladcats Lose 3-0 To Van Alstyne

Click here for game photos from Nicole Lane.

August 16, 2018

Bearcat Schedule For The Week

August 12, 2018

"Control" by Kimberly Burns

"A Ladycat's Senior Year" is the work of Pilot Point senior Kimberly Burns. Share in the journey of her final year at PPHS. Click here for "Control"
Kimberly Burns
August 12, 2018

Ladycats Finish Huntsville Tournament With A Loss to Lufkin

August 11, 2018

Ladycats Defeat North Zulch This Morning In Huntsville Tournament

August 11, 2018

Ladycats Go 1-1

The Ladycats split their games in Huntsville today. They play again tomorrow at 9am & 11am.

August 11, 2018

Be A Part Of The Inaugural Gridiron Fellowship Breakfast

Come share in some fellowship and football at Buff's Grill Thursday, August 30 at 6:00 am.

August 10, 2018

Ladycats Go 1-2 In First Round Of Tournament Play In Huntsville

August 10, 2018

Part 6 of #25from29 "Dyno Monster"

Jon Little celebrates the 25th anniversary of the 1993 football season, with 25 installments of #25from29. In part 6. Jon focuses on the '90s Bearcat torture machine and the burritos that fueled them. click here for "Dyno Monster" 
Jon Tyson Little
August 10, 2018

#TBT to August 29, 1954. Coach Reeves is expecting big things from Vernon Cole, G.B Walling, G.A. Moore & Tucky Dunn

August 9, 2018

Ladycats Lose To Anna 3-1

They will start play in the Huntsville Tournament tomorrow.

August 8, 2018

Football Workouts Begin

“There was a lot of good effort today,” Danny David.  Read more from Coach David here in the Denton Record Chronicle by Brady Keane.

August 7, 2018

Bearcat Games For This Week

August 6, 2018

"Why Not Us" by Kimberly Burns

"A Ladycat's Senior Year" is the work of Pilot Point senior Kimberly Burns. Share in the journey of her final year at PPHS. Click here for "Why Not Us"
Kimberly Burns
August 5, 2018

According To txrunning.com Pilot Point Boys XC Will Start The Season Ranked 2nd In State

Read more at www.txrunning.com
August 4, 2018

Part 5 of #25from29 "High Expectations"

Jon Little celebrates the 25th anniversary of the 1993 football season, with 25 installments of #25from29. In part 5. Jon talks about the pressure to continue building upon the success of those that came before him. He foreshadows that epic game with Boyd, pointing to Texas Football officially making Boyd the team to beat in 1993. Click here for "High Expectations"
Jon Tyson Little
August 3, 2018

Pilot Point Considered One Of The Best In 3A XC

Will this be the year year Luling gets dethroned read more here in the story from Texas Mile Split.
August 3, 2018

#TBT to Juanda Berend Keith's memories of August 11, 1964

“Jasper Stanley was the best band director we had during my junior high and high school years. We learned a great deal under his leadership regarding music and music theory. The Pilot Point Gee High School Band was small in those days; consequently, band members began marching with the high school band during their 7th grade year.  Band members were allowed to try out to be a twirler when they were entering high school. With anticipation and excitement, Janet Davis, Diana Bobo and I tried out and were successful. There was a lot of competition, so to be chosen was truly an honor. Mr. Stanley was serious about the band performing well and sounding good, so unless the twirlers were being featured, they would play their instruments in the football stands during the game and perform with their instruments during halftime. Although our hairstyles may cause you to chuckle, we were totally in style! Remember, it was 1964! These were definitely fun and interesting days in our small town lives.”
August 2, 2018
The Denton Record Chronicle. Tuesday August 11, 1964

Pilot Point Volleyball Opens Practice Tomorrow

Pilot Point to compete in top-heavy 9-3A. Read the Denton Record Chronicle article here
August 1, 2018

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