It was such a blessing to welcome students back to PHS after a long Christmas break. School buildings without students are eerie (especially in an 80 year old building that creaks and pops at random times) so it’s wonderful to hear our students laughter and see their smiling faces instead. January brought a well-deserved surprise to PHS Ag teacher Alan Parker, as he was honored as the Texas Farmers Insurance Educator of the Month. Alan was nominated by a former student who recognized his devotion to his students and programs and we could not be more proud of all the wonderful things he is going for PHS Ag! Tuesday night our Harvester Soccer team defeated Hereford 10-0 to earn Coach Moreno his first career victory leading that program. Congratulations coach and well done to our soccer boys. Our wrestlers took on Borger in McNeely for their senior night duel and walked away with a resounding victory Tuesday night as well. Like most Fridays and Saturdays for the spring, the end of the week was packed full of opportunities for our students to compete and represent our community. The Lady Harvesters basketball team earned a hard fought victory Friday over a scrappy Dumas squad to keep pace in the pursuit of the playoffs. Boys soccer had a strong showing at the WTAMU Tournament while our girls soccer team traveled to Lubbock to play a talented field at the Kickoff Classic. Boys wrestling traveled to Hereford for their Rumble and our girl wrestlers travels to Caprock to tangle with their powerhouse program. Swim hosted a meet at the PYCC to gear up for their upcoming district meet. The spring will continue to ramp up with opportunities to cheer on our students as baseball, softball, golf, tennis, and track are all nearing the start of their seasons. It’s a busy time for sure, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. It’s a great day to be a Harvester!
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