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Lady Panthers take 5th at New Buffalo Inv

The Panther girls finished 5th out of 14 teams at the New Buffalo Invitational.  Yona Klimkiewicz was the first Watervliet runner to cross the finish line with a time of 27:33 for 24th place.  Close behind Yona was Aria Richards who ran a 27:39 for 25th place.  Jazmin Moron knocked 46 seconds off of her

Boys XC takes 1st at New Buffalo Inv.

The Panther boys cross country team finished 1st in a field of 14 teams at the New Buffalo Invitational.  The squad was able to outpace the second-place Bridgman Bees on a wet and winding course that included some very narrow trails.  Gus Hinch again led the effort finishing 6th overall with a time of 19:20.

Meet Panther JV Football Coach Josh Tremblay

 Yooper native Josh Tremblay begins this year as his 9th as a Health and PE teacher and coach at Watervliet High School.  Prior to joining the Panther staff, Josh taught and coached in both Grant and Sparta Michigan. Josh graduated from Schoolcraft High School where he played football, basketball, baseball, and ran track.  In college

Panthers Defeat Blue Devils in Season Opener.

Panthers open with convincing win over Lawton, 50-28 The Panthers opened up the 2018 campaign Friday as old SAC South rival Lawton visited Panther Stadium. With only 5 starters (3 of whom have changed positions) back from last seasons 11-1 team, there were a lot of questions coming into this particular opener. Some of those

Meet JV Volleyball Coach Lori Pline

Watervliet athletics has an outstanding coaching staff,  working together to help our athletes be successful.  You may not know some of them, or may not know much about them.  We’d like to introduce you to our fall coaches, beginning in this piece by introducing Lori Pline. JV Volleyball coach Lori Pline grew up in South Haven, Attended