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Due to Demand-All Sports Season Passes Still On Sale

The Athletic Department will continue to offer All Sports Season Passes for just $25.  The pass allows admission to any twenty MCHS Home Regular Season Athletic Contests. Passes are transferable and may be used for multiple entrances.  For example one pass may gain entry for four people…ticket sellers will punch four entries from the pass.

Martin County High School Varsity Football falls to Okeechobee High School 49-39

Friday, August 26, 2016 7:00 PM Martin County High School AWAY 39 Okeechobee High School HOME 49 Game Recap The Tigers (0-1) dropped a 49-39 decision on the road to Okeechobee Friday Night. Austin Kurykendall threw four touchdown passes while Nuka Martin had four touchdown receptions for the Tigers. George Johnson threw for a score

Martin County High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Vero Beach 3-0

Thursday, August 25, 2016 6:00 PM Martin County High School AWAY 3 Vero Beach HOME 0 Game Recap The Varsity Volleyball Team improved to 2-0 on the season with both wins coming against district opponents. The Lady Tigers swept Vero Beach last night 25-21, 25-14, and 25-19. Sarah Moehring led the way 13 kills and

Martin County High School Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball beat Vero Beach 2-0

Thursday, August 25, 2016 5:00 PM Martin County High School AWAY 2 Vero Beach HOME 0 Game Recap The JV Volleyball Team (2-0) beat Vero Beach in straight sets. Grace Kuyrkendall had eight kills. Grace Giunta added five kills and five digs. Mikayla Verzi came up with 14 digs. Kaj Wiegerik added four kills and

Volleyball’s McKenzie Lydon Verbally Commits

Varsity Volleyball Student-Athlete McKenzie Lydon recently made a  verbal commitment to Providence College.  When asked why she chose Providence the senior replied, “I chose Providence because I loved the city and the campus.  When I visited it felt automatically comfortable to me.  I liked and got along with the coach very well.  I know they

Boys Golf Beats Central In Season Opener

The Boys’ Golf Team picked up a six stroke victory in their first match of the year, beating Fort Pierce Central. The Tigers shot a team score of 170. Brandon Rinaldi, Marcus Calabria, and Dalton Berner each shot 42. Tyler Levine shot a 44 while Garrett Giles shot 45. The victory was also the first