The Poolesville High School Athletic Booster Club is an organization whose primary mission is to raise money to support and supplement the athletic program at PHS. Our student athletes have responded by representing their school in an extraordinary manner — with class, sportsmanship and effort.
As the Montgomery County school budget continues to tighten, the athletic department is left more and more to fend for itself and without the assistance of the Athletic Booster Club, much of the team equipment and facilities improvements could not be done.
Some recent improvements to the athletic facilities include:
- Significant upgrades to the baseball and softball fields
- Improvements to the stadium entrance and concessions stand
- Ongoing seasonal turf maintenance to the stadium playing surface
- Purchase of a state-of-the-art scorers table with electronic scoreboard for the gymnasium
- Purchase of a new zero-turn riding mower for the stadium
- Backstop netting for use during field hockey, soccer and lacrosse matches
Falcons in the News
Spring Washington Post All-Met selections announced
WashingtonPost.com — June 9, 2017
Juniors Ryan Lockett (Track & Field) and Brady Pearre (Baseball) picked up All-Met honors from the Washington Post. Lockett, the Class 3A champion in both the 1600 and 3200 meters runs was named to the first team while Pearre, a pitcher for the Falcon’s Class 3A state championship team — who earned an honorable mention nod in 2016 — was a second team pick.
Six earn MCPS All-County lacrosse honors
June 2, 2017
Congratulations to face off midfielder Keegan Hemingway (six goals, seven assists), long stick midfielder Colin Hemingway (nine goals, one assist), midfielder/attacker Haley Harkins (31 goals, 20 assists) and midfielder Hannah Bush (37 goals, 26 assists) – all named MCPS All-County First Team as voted on by MCPS head coaches. Attacker Austin Nichols and defenseman Sam Garrett were second team picks.
Poolesville wins first Maryland state baseball championship
WashingtonPost.com — May 28, 2017
From the bottom of the dogpile, Cooper Myers-Mallinger realized he was living out his dream. It was 12:12 a.m. Sunday, and the Poolesville senior had just recorded the final out of the first state championship in Falcons history.
From the moment he woke up Saturday, Myers-Mallinger said he felt like something special was going to happen. It persisted through a three-hour delay that pushed the Maryland 3A state championship game to 10 p.m., and carried over to the start of the seventh inning when he toed the rubber with No. 9 Poolesville leading No. 7 Chesapeake by one run … read more
MoCoRunning.com — May 26, 2017
Montgomery County has an impressive resume when it comes to the 3200-meter event at the state championship meet, but MoCo does not win them all. On rare occasions, MoCo athletes have won three outdoor state titles in the 3200 in a single year, but never four until now. Nandini Satsangi and Ryan Lockett of Poolesville High School, Abigail Green of Walter Johnson High School, and Rohann Asfaw of Richard Montgomery contributed to a MoCo sweep of the 3A-4A 3200-meter races … read more
Nardone, McIntyre receive Jake Perkins scholarship awards
May 16, 2017
At today’s awards ceremony, seniors Theresa Nardone and Tim McIntyre were named recipients of the PHS Athletic Booster Club’s annual Jake Perkins Memorial Scholarship in memory of the Poolesville High School alumnus, attorney, and past Athletic Booster Club president … read more
Join the PHS Athletic Booster Club
The key to the Athletic Booster Club’s success is the generosity and involvement of the parents of every athletic participant at Poolesville High School. So please volunteer and contribute as much as you can!
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