TORI SHARK signs her National Letter of Intent to play golf for the Northwood University Timberwolves as Coach (and dad) Eric looks on.         --Journal Photo
Tori Shark definitely made her mark as a golfer at Pinconning High School. Despite family in the business, she didn’t grow up walking the fairways and greens.
Mr. Keith Ellison
Mr. Keith Ellison is teaching our 4th grade classroom as a permanent substitute and has gone above and beyond for our school and students! Mr.
The popular Chalk Walk Art Festival is now coming to Pinconning, MI to help celebrate the city’s 150th Anniversary! Join us for chalk art, music, and fun on May 21, 2022.
GEENA GAUTHIER (#23, right), shown against Meridian on Thursday, threw her third shutout of the year against Alma on Saturday.   	          --Journal Photo
The Spartan Varsity Softball Team ended their week on a high note at the Bay City Quad after a rough start.
THE PINCONNING SPARTANS MIDDLE SCHOOL Equestrian Team (l to r) Ava Woodruff, Logan Peckham, Hannah Havercamp,  Dekoda Rowe, Ari Woodruff, and Megan Yonke.		                   --Courtesy Photo
The Pinconning Spartans Middle School Equestrian Team competed in a 2 - day meet at the Midland Fairgrounds. Pinconning competed as a Class B team (being 5-10 riders) coming in 4th to Jefferson, Bullock Creek, and First Place, Freeland.
JORDAN GUNTER (#1) throws the ball to the cut-off man from the fence in right against Meridian.	         		         				           --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Baseball Team had a tough week, dropping 3-of-4 to Jack Pine Conference foes.
TORI SHARK signs her National Letter of Intent to play golf for the Northwood University Timberwolves as Coach (and dad) Eric looks on.         --Journal Photo
Mr. Keith Ellison
GEENA GAUTHIER (#23, right), shown against Meridian on Thursday, threw her third shutout of the year against Alma on Saturday.   	          --Journal Photo
THE PINCONNING SPARTANS MIDDLE SCHOOL Equestrian Team (l to r) Ava Woodruff, Logan Peckham, Hannah Havercamp,  Dekoda Rowe, Ari Woodruff, and Megan Yonke.		                   --Courtesy Photo
JORDAN GUNTER (#1) throws the ball to the cut-off man from the fence in right against Meridian.	         		         				           --Journal Photo
TORI SHARK signs her National Letter of Intent to play golf for the Northwood University Timberwolves as Coach (and dad) Eric looks on.         --Journal Photo
Tori Shark definitely made her mark as a golfer at Pinconning High School. Despite family in the business, she didn’t grow up walking the fairways and greens. When she did start playing, her dad saw that she had natural skills that could be developed. As a Freshman, she played as a team of one,...
Mr. Keith Ellison
Mr. Keith Ellison is teaching our 4th grade classroom as a permanent substitute and has gone above and beyond for our school and students! Mr. Ellison has several years of substitute teaching experience and has grown so much this year with his students. Mr. Ellison is extremely organized and...
The popular Chalk Walk Art Festival is now coming to Pinconning, MI to help celebrate the city’s 150th Anniversary! Join us for chalk art, music, and fun on May 21, 2022. Artists will be creating masterpieces on the Kaiser Street pavement from 11 am - 4:00 pm to compete for cash prizes during the...
GEENA GAUTHIER (#23, right), shown against Meridian on Thursday, threw her third shutout of the year against Alma on Saturday.   	          --Journal Photo
The Spartan Varsity Softball Team ended their week on a high note at the Bay City Quad after a rough start. On Tuesday they were in Clare and jumped out to a 2-0 first inning lead as Kate Foor sacrificed with the bases loaded and no outs, then Kallie Blake grounded out to score another run....
THE PINCONNING SPARTANS MIDDLE SCHOOL Equestrian Team (l to r) Ava Woodruff, Logan Peckham, Hannah Havercamp,  Dekoda Rowe, Ari Woodruff, and Megan Yonke.		                   --Courtesy Photo
The Pinconning Spartans Middle School Equestrian Team competed in a 2 - day meet at the Midland Fairgrounds. Pinconning competed as a Class B team (being 5-10 riders) coming in 4th to Jefferson, Bullock Creek, and First Place, Freeland. Riders compete in the Michigan Interscholastic Horsemanship...
JORDAN GUNTER (#1) throws the ball to the cut-off man from the fence in right against Meridian.	         		         				           --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Baseball Team had a tough week, dropping 3-of-4 to Jack Pine Conference foes. On Tuesday, they were on the road at Clare. DJ LaBean doubled on the first pitch of the game, then Cole Rezler fouled off 2 pitches before sending a liner to left for another double to score...
TAYLER MORAND won the 800 and 1600 Meters and ran a leg on the winning 4X400 Meter Relay Team against Harrison on Wednesday.	            --Journal Photo
The Pinconning Varsity Track Teams had a busy week, hosting Harrison on Wednesday in Jack Pine action, then Hosting the Bay County Championships on Friday. Event winners on Wednesday were: Freida Schendel and Carson Parks in the 400 Meters; Tayler Morand in the 800 and 1600 Meters; Kinsie Jacques...
EMMA GRZEGORCZYK (#5, shown at left earlier this season at Gladwin) is the lone Senior on this year’s Soccer Team.	          		           --Journal Photo
The Spartan Girls Soccer Team headed to Alma on Saturday for the Panther Invitational, taking on the hosts in the first game of the day. The team played strong on both sides of the ball, with Keeper Ainesley Sylvester stopping 10 of the 11 shots she faced, but the offense unable to find the back...
The Pinconning City Council held their scheduled May meeting on Monday afternoon. Councilwomen Lorcie Ford and Stephanie Chant were absent. Mayor Vern Little commented that blight is being enforced and several summonses will be issued soon. After the routine opening of the meeting Mayor Little...
Saturday May 21, • Town & Country Supermarket presents the Pinconning Chalk Walk Art Fair. Join us as artists create masterpieces on the Kaiser Street pavement. There will be workshops on Sunday May Fifteenth for youth and adults who want help and instruction in creating Chalk Art. Want to...

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May 11th, 2022 First Half Steve Smith (19) Brent Freel (10) . . . . 49.0 Mike Cook (10) John Cook (7) . . . . . 47.5 Dan Decorte (11) Jim Decorte (11) . . . 43.5 Jim Martini (11) Dennis...

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