Pacific Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 4 - 7
  • Conference Record: 3 - 3

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Pirates Dominate the Cardinals 48-12 in Season Finale.

Pacific rode a pounding ground offense and a stifling defense to dominate San Bernardino at home on Friday night. It was a great way for the Pirates to celebrate Senior Night and end the regular season. The Pirate band “rocked us” and the cheerleaders kept everyone up throughout the game. The presentation of the Colors

It All Started in 1954……

For 60 years or so San Bernardino High was the only public high school in San Bernardino. Redlands High School was the closest competitor. But as San Bernardino was growing, the powers that were decided to open Pacific High School and send the San Bernardino students from the “eastern” side of San Bernardino to the

Moreno Valley Rains But Can’t Put Out the Fire of a Pirate Homecoming

The undefeated Vikings scored more points Friday night at Pirate stadium, but the spirit of the Pacific students, players, band, cheerleaders, alumni, and staff radiated as Pacific High School celebrated their Homecoming. It was a great celebration of school pride for the second oldest school in the city. We’re all proud of you Pirates!  

HOMECOMING!

This Friday is Homecoming for all you Pirates out there. If you’ve already graduated , come back and check out the new field and stadium. Maybe you’ll see some old friends, or make some new ones! If you’re still attending Pacific come out and root your team on.

Pirate Athletes Giving Back to the Community.

Pirate footballers helping out at the Pure Land Food Pantry at Pacific High School. Leo Herrera, Christian Garcia, Devine Butler, and Diego Aguilar wearing the purple vests and helping people. Way to go Pirates!

Pirates Defeat Rubidoux!

The Pirate football team earned a huge victory over Rubidoux Friday night 27-21. IMG_0251