Pittsville

Pittsville High School

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Address: 5459 Elementary Ave.
Mascot: Panther
Colors: Purple and Gold
Athletic Director: Todd Sanken
Principal: Mark Weddig
Conference: Central Wisconsin Conference

2018 Pittsville Fall Varsity Sports Schedules

2018 Pittsville Football Schedule and Results
2018 Pittsville Cross Country Schedule
2018 Pittsville Volleyball Schedule

Recent Pittsville Sports Articles

  • CWS Sports Desk March 18, 2019 Stevens Point– March Madness is here!  Once again, CWS is giving you a chance to participate in our very own bracket challenge. To participate in the bracket challenge, fill out a username and password below, and start picking! 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Bracket is LIVE.  Make your picks today!

  • CWS Sports Desk March 18, 2019 Wisconsin Rapids– The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters, in partnership with Skyward Inc., are pleased to announce the recipient of the 2019 Skyward Central Wisconsin Teacher of the Year Award. Mrs. Rebecca Sturdy, a fifth-grade teacher at Grant Elementary School, was recently acknowledged of her award during class on Tuesday, February

  • From the WIAA March 14, 2019 Madison– The 104th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Basketball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 14-16, at the Kohl Center on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. HOW TO GET TICKETS: Ticket prices for the tourney are $10 per session (two games in a

  •  For CWS March 11, 2019 Wisconsin Rapids–  Have a spare bedroom for a future big leaguer? Want to help a young athlete reach their dream? Every year, roughly 45 elite college baseball players come to Wisconsin Rapids from all around the country, to better their baseball skills and showcase their talent in the Northwoods League.

  • CWS Sports Desk March 8, 2019 Wisconsin Rapids– The Northwoods League Foundation will be awarding more than $55,000 in youth baseball and softball equipment through 22 Share the Glove grants to be awarded this Spring. Each grant, with an approximate retail value of $2500, will include two sets of catcher’s gear, ten gloves, eight batting helmets,

  • CWS Sports Desk March 6, 2019 Wisconsin Rapids– After wrapping up successful high school careers, University of Virginia freshmen Jack Dragum and Bryce Greenly will be joining the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters for the summer of 2019 the team announced Thursday. Originally from Mechanicsville, Viginia, Dragum was a state champion and two-time All-Metro selection at Hanover

  • From the WIAA March 6, 2019 Green Bay– The 44th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Basketball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 7-9, at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis. PURCHASING TICKETS:  Ticket price for the tourney is $10 per session when purchased at the Resch Center. Tickets for the tournament will also

  • CWS Sports Desk From the NFHS February 27, 2019 Green Bay — An overhaul of uniform-related rules and an adjustment to team roster submissions were among the most notable rules changes identified for the 2019-20 high school volleyball season. All rules changes were recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Volleyball

  • CWS Sports Desk February 26, 2019 Pittsville– Matthew Kissner led a balanced attack as the Pittsville Panthers defeated Marion 82-46 on Tuesday night in WIAA regional action. Kissner scored 19 points to lead the Panthers.  He was 9-13 from two point range and grabbed five rebounds. Jordan Denniston was 6-13 from the floor and scored 18

  • By David Keech February 24, 2019 Abbotsford– In a tightly contested race, central Wisconsin football fans selected Abbotsford’s Joe Aguilera as the 2018 CWS Running Back of the Year. Aguilera’s 373 votes edged out second place finisher Nash Coombs of Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln. Marshfield’s Brant Bohman finished in third place.      

  • From the WIAA February 23, 2019 Madison– The 76th Annual  State Individual Tournament championship produced 42 champions at the Kohl Center Saturday evening. Area wrestlers in Division 3 who repeated as champions include Stephen Buchanan of Loyal and Logan Zschernitz of Spencer/Columbus. There were 18 former champions pursuing another championship and 16 were successful in

  • CWS Sports Desk February 23, 2019 Madison– Wrestlers from SPASH, Marshfield, Stratford, Edgar, Pittsville, Spencer/Columbus, Nekoosa/Assumption, NGL and Athens competed on Saturday at the state wrestling tournament. Stratford brought home three Division 3 championships as Max Schwabe won at 132 with a pin of Tristan Hammen from Random Lake.  Trevor Dennee of Stratford defeated Hunter