FIRST we will be our BEST… then we will be FIRST

There are winners and then in a greater sense there are winners. That greater sense of winning is the one that Prairie Athletics is devoted to. The essential difference between the two degrees of winning is the development of character. We truly believe that victory cannot be achieved unless there is a mesh of winning character and winning athletic skills. That mesh will produce clutch performances on the field, in the classroom, and in life.

In order to produce a person that is both a winner as an individual and as an athlete we believe that our players must be goal-oriented (prioritize academic and athletic endeavors). Success in reaching these goals will produce, as a byproduct, the winning character we are seeking in our athletes. As coaches we will therefore be concerned with the whole person – character for life!

Another important aspect of Prairie Athletics is that we will not take shortcuts to be successful. We believe in hard work. This, as much as anything else, is responsible for our success. Hard work is part of our game and is essential to winning.

The last part of our philosophy of winning, that we deem invaluable, is a loving enthusiasm for the sport(s) our athletes choose to participate in. This love for the game is expressed in an enthusiasm for giving yourself to the game, your teammates, and your school. In the long run, the person who receives the most is the student-athlete.

Prairie Athletics is devoted to winning. While our programs have a rich history of excellence, winning is best exemplified NOT by scores or records but by the character and attitude of every player in our programs.

15 state title teams since 1979

Baseball-1986, 1989
Girls Golf-1993
Girls Basketball-1993, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2003, 2012z
Girls Tennis-2006
Softball-2000, 2006
Volleyball-1998, 2012

NCAA College-bound Athletes

The NCAA (National College Athletic Association) is an organization committed to the education of student athletes and has implemented a series of policies to strengthen the preparedness of student athletes for college work and ensure they make steady progress toward a degree.

You must register on their website in order to be eligible for NCAA and NCAA scholarship opportunities.

Each college is placed into one of three divisions based on a number of factors.

Division 1, Division 2, or Division 3

To determine which division you may be eligible for, go to http://www.ncaa.org/

Learn more about Prairie Athletics by contacting ASB Office
Athletic Director Stephanie Watts
ASB Secretary Cindy Miller ~ Athletics Secretary Leah Mathis
Phone: 360-885-5013 or 360-885-5087
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
ASB Office accepts cash and personal checks. No credit or debit cards.


GSHL Team Info

Ticket Prices

PHS Students
with ASB
Other students with ASB$5.00
HS students
w/o ASB
Students grades
Children under 5 years of ageFree
 Senior Citizens


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