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Boys Varsity Soccer Upends Bay City Central

The Boys Varsity Soccer team moved to 2-1 in the Saginaw Valley League with a convincing 8-0 win over Bay City Central on Monday.  The Chargers were led by two goal efforts from Brady Lendzion, Davis Grasman and Gabe Zick.  Fares Haddad notched his first career varsity goal as well.  The service was provided Luke


Powers Catholic Director of Athletics, Mike Watson would like to announce the hiring of our new girls Head Varsity Lacrosse coach Darbie Barkman. Darbie is a Powers Catholic High School Graduate. She attended Notre Dame College on a lacrosse athletic scholarship, and received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education. She is currently a second grade teacher at the Flint

Voluntary Baseball Workouts Continue through Oct. 1st

Voluntary baseball workouts continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays the next two weeks as weather permits from 3:35 to 4:45 p.m. Those dates are September 22, 24, 29, and October 1. Remember, this is not a tryout–it’s a “help out & find out.” Just trying to help players with their game and finding out who is

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 21 – Sep 27

Sep 21 Girls Varsity Golf at Genesee County Tournament 12:00 pm | Flints Elks Club Sep 21 Girls Junior Varsity Golf vs. Grand Blanc High School Grand Blanc High School 3:00 pm | Swartz Creek Golf Course Sep 21 Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Chesaning High School 4:00 pm | Carman-Ainsworth High School Sep 21 Boys

Powers Catholic Drops Football Opener

The Chargers fell 48-0 to a powerful Cardinal squad at Davison on Friday night, the opener of the shortened 2020 season. But it was great to see kids have an opportunity to play. Quarterback JD Garman threw for 90 yards and Austin Hamlin ran for 60 to lead the offense. Jake Beauchamp grabbed an interception

MHSAA Ticket Policy

MHSAA Policy Dear Powers Athletic Department Parents: Due to the Covid 19 pandemic Executive Orders were published on September 11th of 2020 and is now MHSAA Policy that each student athlete from every school and sport will only receive 2 tickets for athletic contests. These will be the only spectators allowed to attend athletic events.

Powers vs. Davison Game 9/18/2020

Football Game Day Spectator Guidelines: Games will be live streamed by DTV We will be allowing 2 spectators in per game participant (player, sideline cheerleader) NO EXCEPTIONS. Gates will open at 6:30pm due to no pregame performances. There will be a home and visitor gate. Please use the correct gate when entering. Spectators will

Return To Competition Protocols

The following protocols are for the Powers Catholic Athletic Department 2020-2021 school year. These protocols will stay in effect as long as we remain in Phase # 4 of the Michigan Safe Schools: Return to School Roadmap. These protocols are subject to change as the Michigan High School Athletic Association updates their policies. Upon any