Men's Soccer Ranked #13

After a weekend that saw the Patrick Henry Community College Men’s Soccer Team suffer it’s first defeat, they moved up in the NJCAA DI Men’s Soccer Poll to #13. Last week’s poll placed the Pats as the #16 ranked team. Their next contest will be…

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Lady Pats Move to 9-1

The Lady Pats Volleyball Team increased their overall record to 9-1 (5-0 in Region X) tonight by defeating Louisburg College on the road 25-20, 25-23, 25-18.
It was a come from behind win in the second set in a hostile gym, which saw PHCC was down 20-15 before coming back for the win. Lead8ng the Lady Pats yo victpry was Kristin Harris with 10 kills and 3 blocks,  Sydney Garrett with 13 digs and 31 assists,  Mikayla Holland with 9 kills, Randi Robertson with 7 kills and 16 digs, Janika Hunt with 4 kills and 2 blocks, and Rachel Groves with 16 digs.
Next up for the Patriots is a conference match-up with Guilford Tech Community College tomorrow in Stone Hall at 6:00pm.
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Patriots fight back to claim 7th win

Smith-River Sports Complex-Richard Bland came out with an aggressive start against their undefeated rivals the PHCC Patriots scoring an early goal just 5 minutes into the first period. The Patriots also had their chances early in the match taking numerous shots at goal, although they were unsuccessful in all their attempts. Richard Bland netted their second goal at the 18 minute mark placing even more pressure on the Patriots undefeated record and leaving them goalless heading into the second half. Emotions were high throughout the match with the two rivals hungry for the win resulting in penalty kicks rewarded to each team.

The Patriots finally found their rhythm at the beginning of the second half as Tristan Robson scored their first goal assisted by his team mate Bernard Banaghan. The Patriots continued their assault towards goal however where unable to convert on several open goal opportunities. Tristan Robson was finally able to even the score at the 30 minute mark with a penalty kick conversion followed by a clever goal from Jaako Terasranta to put the Patriots in the lead. The Patriots continued to apply pressure to their opponents keeping the ball in their forward line for the majority of the second period. Richard Bland were unable to fire back, resulting in the final score of 3-2 and the Patriots seventh straight win adding to their perfect start to the season.

Come out on Wednesday 21st of September at 3:00pm and support your Patriots as they take on Cape Fear at Smith-River Sports Complex.


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Martinsville- The Lady Patriots Women’s Soccer team were unable to make it a two game winning streak after their narrow defeat to tough opponent Spartanburg Methodist on Wednesday night. The SMC Pioneers started the match forcefully netting two early…

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Martinsville- Patriots Men’s Soccer team once again finished with a convincing win following their match against Wake Tech on Wednesday night at Smith-River Sports Complex. Ranked 18th in the Nation in Division I NJCAA the Patriots came out firing, a…

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