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Dock Mennonite Academy ranked in PA’s 100 Best Sports Programs

By Kara Seymour  Patch National Staff| Feb 8, 2019  Sports are a big part of the high school experience. So which Pennsylvania high schools have the best sports programs? A new analysis by data compilers at aims to find out. Niche’s 2019 best High School Sports ranking was created after a “rigorous analysis” of key statistics that

Dock Athlete Requirements

Please see the below list to be sure you are ready to start on the first day of practices. Athletes may not participate in practices or games until all items are checked off.                     Student Athlete Checklist 𐄂 PIAA physical– Sections 1-6 for new athletes or first

Dock Athletic Department Offers – Mind of The Athlete Program

The Dock Athletic Department is happy to make these resources available to all Dock student-athletes, coaches and parents. We believe that these videos, audio tapes, and work sheets will provide valuable information and skills helpful for managing the stress of day-to-day living in both sports and life. Many have found that athletic performance  improves with

Robert Cercos Gonzalez State Runner-Up

Robert battled through the PIAA 2A State Championship Bracket to the final game.   Robert did not come away with the Championship Title but we are sure proud of our Pioneer. Congratulations on a fantastic Senior Season Robert!  

Track and Field Season Ends at States

For one last time this year, it was a busy day at the track and in the field for the Pioneers. For all but two Dock athletes, Friday’s trip to Shippensburg University for the state AA track and field championships was their first to that level. It was a final hurrah for Austin Nice, the

Dock Baseball Wins District Crown

The Pioneers are Champions!   The baseball team won the District I 2A title yesterday at Villanova Ballpark. The Pioneers will now move on to the PIAA State Tournament which begins Monday June 3rd.   Congratulations Boys!

Five Dock Track and Field Athletes headed to State Championship

Kate Landis, Austin Nice, Thomas Schreiber, Roman Kuhn and Bryce Kauffman will be representing Dock Track and Field this weekend at the PIAA State Championships.                                                            

Dock Baseball advances to District I 2A Championship Game

The Pioneers will travel to Villanova Ballpark at Plymouth on Thursday, 5/23/19, to compete for the District I 2A Championship Title. Dock will face up against MaST Community Charter school at 4pm, free admission. If the boys win they will advance to the PIAA State Tournament that will start Monday June 3rd.   Good luck boys!

Robert Cercos Gonzalez to compete at State Tournament

Robert will travel to the sweetest place on Earth to fight for the PIAA 2A Boys Singles Tennis Championship.   Robert claimed the District 1 2A Boys Singles Champion title earlier in the season. This title qualified him for the state tournament. The State Tournament will be held at the Hershey Racquet Club on Friday May

Dock hosts District I AA Semi-Final Games

The varsity baseball and softball teams will each host their Semi-Final District I playoff game. The varsity softball team will be hosting #2 seed Calvary Christian Academy, while the varsity baseball team will be hosting #5 seed Collegium Charter School. Both teams will play Tuesday 5/21/19 at 4pm on their respective fields. If the softball

Boys Track and Field repeats to bring home fourth District Crown

Dock boys are District Champions! The season began as one of rebuilding, took a turn to retooling and even some repurposing, but finally developed into full-on reloading for the Dock boys track and field team to repeat as District 1 AA champions Saturday at Coatesville High. The Pioneers scored 120½ points to win their fourth

Girls Track and Field brings home fifth District Crown

Dock girls are District Champions! The Dock girls track and field team came into the District 1 AA girls meet as slim six-point favorites, and they came away with a six-point win Saturday at Coatesville High. But how the Pioneers got there was almost nothing like predicted. Dock used the tremendous depth developed over the