Point Pleasant Borough Athletic Boosters
2016 - 2017


Panther Updates! Meeting Update!

Congratulations to the Boys' Cross Country team on their capturing their 6th straight divisional title on Wednesday with wins over Jackson Liberty and Barnegat. This was their 41st straight individual team win. Quite a remarkable achievement for Coach Kevin Conhenney and his squads.

The Girls cross country team have now won back to back divisional titles with their win over Barnegat and Jackson Liberty as well.

Our Grid Iron boys continue their undefeated season, besting Manchester in a very tight game on Friday night 28-27 to improve to 5-0. Our defense had a strong two point conversion stop that secured the victory.

Last week, our Boro v Beach soccer games were classic matches, ones that people will be talking about for awhile.
Riding an eight game win streak into Antrum, the girls soccer took the Beach to two over time periods with the game ending in a 1-1 tie. Later in the week, the girls were victorious over Lakewood and Jackson Liberty to go to 10-2-1 on the season..

In a hard fought crosstown rivalry, our Boys soccer team came out on top over the Beach, 2-1. They then went on to beat Lakewood 1-0 to improve to 10-1 on the season and take a 9 game win streak into this week's games.

Tennis and Gymnastics continue to face challenging teams. Our young Panther gymnastics team have been competitive in each match, losing by a matter of a few points. Hopefully, both teams are picking up much experience that will pay off in future meets.

What a turn around of seasons has our chics with sticks field hockey team has have. Girls picked up strong wins against St. Rose and Barnegat only to lose a close 1-0 game against Pinelands. Girls are an impressive 8-3-1 on the season. 

Despite the pouring rain, our competition band took second place on Saturday night at the Jackson tournament.

Athletic Booster meeting tomorrow night (Tuesday) 7 pm in room A-9 across the hall from the HS cafeteria. Please join us!

Homecoming is the Friday with the annual bonfire starting at 6 pm.

Help is needed in the concession stand for Friday night's festivities. Please email us if you can make it.

10/3 Panther Weekend Update

Congrats to our Grid Iron boys on their 42-0 win over Monmouth on Saturday. Unbeaten streak continues, 4-0.What a Spectacular season they are having!

The Girls Field Hockey team continues to impress, besting Brick Memorial on Saturday, 4-1 to improve to 6-2-1.

A huge shout out to our Panther Cheerleaders who provide much spirit and enthuisiasm to our teams!

Our Comp Band took second place @ the Somerville competition on Saturday, after performing earlier in the day at the football game! Way to Go BORO!

Don't forget that the Boro vs Beach rivalry continues today,

Girls @ 3:45 at Antrium

Boys home @ 6 pm.

Our concession stand will be open with a limited menu. Stop by for a hot cup of coffee/hot chocolate or cold drink!

9/30 Panther Pride Update: The Rivalry Continues; Boro vs Beach
Panther Fans:

Monday, Oct 3rd Boro vs Beach Soccer Rivalry beings again. For the first time in almost twelve years, our soccer teams take on our across the bridge rivals, on the soccer fields.  

The Boys take an impressive 7 game win streak into Monday's game over to the Antrium filed at 3:45. The Girls are home @ 3;45, they are riding an 8 game win streak against an undefeated Beach team. Both games are going to be hard challenges. Good luck Panthers.

Both Cross Country teams remain undefeated (5-0)with big wins over Manchester and Lacey last week. 

Our field hockey team had an impressive 1-0 win over division leader Jackson Liberty to improve to 5-2-1.

Tennis and Gymnastics are still working hard,meeting inidividual and team goals while facing tough competition.. 

Lots of rains out this week too!

Our grid iron boys are at Monmouth tomorrow at 1 pm.

Family ID is open for winter athletic registration.

Panther Pride 5K Fun Run Walk is cancelled for 10/9.

Ok here's the update for Monday's games against the Beach:

Girls Soccer are at the Beach @ 3:45.

Boys are home @ 6 pm.

Go Panthers!

9/27 Panter Pride!

What a week our Panthers have had! Scoring lots of victories, on and off the field!

The girls tennis team picked up their first win of the seasons, besting Lakewood to improve to 1-7 on the season. Way to go girls!

The win streaks continue for boys and girls cross country and soccer teams and our grid iron boys!

Both cross country and football teams are undefeated at 3-0 on the season while the girls soccer team is on a 7 game win streak now 7-2. Not  to be out done, the boys soccer team has won 5 straight (7-1). Many of these meets and games have been tough matches with our Panthers persevering by not giving up for their team. Congratulations coaches and athletes!

The girls field hockey are now 4-2-1 on the season, winning against Lakewood last week. Girls have shown much improvement and strength this season. Way to go!

Our gymnasts are confident that they will rebound against Wall on Thursday.

Let's hope the weather holds out this week and the rain stays off shore.

Congratulations to our Panther Comp Band, scoring first place at both Brick Memorial and Toms River East competitions. Your hard work is really paying off! Keep up the good work.

The band performs at half time of each home game. This year's theme is Oz, featuring music from the Wizard of Oz, the Wiz and Wicked. You are sure to recognize many of the songs they play. Watching their routine is amazing too!

Go Boro!

9/19 Panter Update
Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams and girls soccer squad as they all picked up their first victories of the season last week.

Both cross country teams swept Donovan Catholic and Pinelands at their first meet of the season and start off at 2-0.

The girls soccer team turn their season around last week, going undefeated last week picking up 3 straight wins and are now 3-2. Girls topped Pinelands, Jackson Liberty and Lakewood.

Our Panther ladies with stixs picked up two victories last week besting Barnegat and Brick to improve to 3-1.

Not to be out done are the Panther boys soccer team, now 3-1. Picking up wins against Jackson Liberty and Lakewood last week.

Our grid iron boys are still undeafeated besting Lacey 28-12 on Friday night. Boys are 2-0 in their division. 

Tennis team are still looking to pick up their first victory (0-5) after facing some very tough teams. Girls are working hard, keeping positive and having fun. 

Gymnastic team opens their season on Thursday away at Barnegat. Good luck! Go Panthers!

Thanks to everyone that worked the concession stand on Friday night and to all those that donated drinks: Mike, Sue, Tracey, Kim, Candy, Steve, Mike, Brendan and Kathy! Couldn't have done it without you. Next home football game is 10/14, help is always needed and very appreciate.

Thanks to all those how have become members this year! Good to see you at back to school night.

Panther Pride 5K Fun Run Walk October 9th sponsor by the Athletic Boosters. Register at runsignup.com.

9-12-16 Booster Meeting Room A-9 At 7pm

Congratulations to Coaches Carr and Cilento and their teams on picking up their first career Panther wins on Friday night.

Field Hockey, under Coach Carr, had an impressive win over Manchester 6-0 Friday afternoon.

Later that night, Panther Football under Coach Cilento beat Pinelands 31-12, scoring on their very first offensive drive in the first quarter.

Congratulation Coaches and Panther athletes!

the Boys soccer team had a solid win over Lacey 2-0 on Thursday to start their season.

Girls tennis and soccer teams are still working out some bugs, 0-2 to start! 

Cross country teams open their season tomorrow at OCP @ 3:45.

Volunteers are need to help with the Booster table at back to school night on Thursday around 6:30. Any Alumni parents free to man the booth! Please email us if you can help!

Don't forget to pick up info on our upcoming Panther Pride 5k Fun Run/Walk on Sunday, 10/9.

Membership forms will also be available.

Tomorrow night, Booster meeting A-9 (across from the cafe) @ 7 pm.

9 - 9 -16 Louisiana Flood Relief Efforts

Attached please find a letter from our superintendent along with a flyer regarding the district's effort to support those in Louisiana who were affected by the recent floods.

As we approach the 4th anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, we too can relate to the flooding effects of a whole community and the devastation and heartbreak it brings. 

The support of our small town is one of the many reasons we all live here as well ast a wonderful place to raise our children.

Please see the flyer (downloadable copy BELOW) on how to make a donation..

Good luck to our football and field hockey teams as they open their season today. Our girls open at Manchester at 3:45!

Home football game at 7 pm! Come out and cheer on our Panthers! 

Help is still needed at the concession stand as well as drink donations!


Welcome back Panther fans!

Our fall sports season begins tomorrw with Girls Tennis taking on Donovan Catholic tomorrow at 3:45 at home.

Both soccer teams take on Lacey Thursday at 3:45 with the girls playing home on the Al Saner stadium field. 

On Friday, our field hockey team takes on Manchester away at 3:45. 

Then at 7pm, under the lights, our football team takes on Pinelands in their home opener. 

Cross country and gymnastic teams open their season later this month.

Good luck to all our Panther athletes at all levels. Remember it's not about the number of W's at the end of the season. More importantly, it's about achieving your own personal goals while being a postive teammate that means the most. Character is everything.

This Friday night, 9/9, Concession stand help is needed with to fill the void of the many graduated senior parents. Please consider helping us for a few hours, or minutes. Email us if you can make it. Start time is around 6:15-6:30. If you can't make it, please consider dropping off drink donations. Thank you in advance.

Mark your calendar, Oct 9th first ever, Panther Pride 5k Fun Run is happening. 8:30. Downloadable Registration form BELOW.

We will be updating our email listing with 2016-2017 memberships. If you enjoy our updates, please become a member.


The Boosters is a volunteer organization that supports all athletic teams of the Point Pleasant Borough High School. We devote many hours of our time because we have a common and simple goal --to make a difference in our school and our community. 

One of our primary efforts to support student athletes is to provide scholarships to graduating seniors. Over the past 20 years, we have awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to our student athletes. The Boosters sponsor several fundraisers and events including Dodge Ball Tournaments, Fall, Winter, and Spring Sports Banquets, Super 50/50 Raffle and our largest event, our Annual Golf Tournament to be held in April/May as well as our memory stone paver project. 

To be added to the email distribution list, send an email to athleticboosters@pointpleasant.k12.nj.us.

Our membership dues are only $10 (document available for downloading below to be added) for which your student becomes eligible to apply for a scholarship and your fee to attend varsity banquets is reduced (athletes attend for free). By volunteering at Booster events, you will enhance your child's chance to earn a financial scholarship. We ask you to help us continue our proud Panther traditions by accepting our invitation to join and serve our school community.

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