Skip Navigation

Patriots Athletics

Arendell Parrott Academy

Menu

Patriots Athletics

Arendell Parrott Academy

Patriots Athletics

Arendell Parrott Academy

Previous Next

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

 

 

Content Image

NCISAA 2A State Champions! 

 

Content Image
Star-News & Bing News

3.0 months ago

With the playoffs underway for multiple high school sports, here are the top performances from the first half of the week.

Read More
Skip Spirit Shop Ad
Girls Varsity Cross Country

Posted 2.0 years ago @ 6:23PM

https://www.runtheeast.com/races/

CoEd Varsity Cross Country

Posted 2.0 years ago @ 6:23PM

https://www.runtheeast.com/races/

Girls Varsity Cross Country

Posted 2.0 years ago @ 8:04AM

RESULTS: https://nc.milesplit.com/meets/374064-wilmington-beach-blast-nighttime-cross-country/results/698277/formatted#.X19byIspDIV

CoEd Varsity Cross Country

Posted 2.0 years ago @ 8:03AM

RESULTS: https://nc.milesplit.com/meets/374064-wilmington-beach-blast-nighttime-cross-country/results/698277/formatted#.X19byIspDIV

Boys Varsity Soccer

Posted 4.0 years ago @ 10:21AM

The Varsity Soccer team will play the Alumni on Thursday Aug. 2 at 6:00 pm. All are welcome to come watch. Can't wait to see all the Alumni and Fans!! 

Girls Varsity Soccer

Posted 4.0 years ago @ 9:05AM

APA ends season 15-5 Different field, different players, but the same rough end to a successful season for the Arendell Parrott Academy girls’ soccer as the Patriots fell to Asheville Christian Academy 2-1 in the state semifinals for the second straight year. The Patriots (15-6) entered with a defense that had shut out opponents for 598 minutes. That streak continued until 620 minutes, despite the constant pressure by the Lions (13-2-3). “They came out with so much energy,” APA coach Shivar Person said. “They came out with so much fire for traveling 5 hours on the bus today. The first 20 minutes of the game set the tone, and they set the tone. We were the ones playing catch up.” With 18 minutes left in the first half, the Lions finally broke through the wall with a goal. Only 58 seconds later, they broke through again. The 2-0 lead was insurmountable as the Patriots struggled to get opportunities at all, much less good ones.But ...

Read More
https://apasports.org