Lady Wolverines Force 3rd Game in 2nd Round of State Playoffs

The Lady Wolverines forced a game three in the second round of State Playoffs. They will face-off at Mount Pisgah Thursday, October 20th at 4:30 pm.  The girls need Wolverine spirit on the road. Come pack the stands and cheer them on to victory.     
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PACS Lower School Holds Fall Sports Pep Rally

On Friday afternoon, before homecoming week festivities had even arrived, the Prince Avenue Christian School Wolverine Gymnasium was alive with sights and sounds.  Excited lower school children enthusiastically filed into the bleachers by grade level and launched into spirit-filled cheers.  Meanwhile, parents and grandparents packed the other side of the gym, ready to celebrate the youngest Wolverines and
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PACS Cross Country Teams Honor the Fallen with 9/11 Memorial Run

The Prince Avenue Middle and High School Cross Country Teams honored the memory of those lost on 9/11 by planning and participating in the 9/11 Memorial Run.  Coach Michael Palmer designed the run in the place of one afternoon of practice. PACS students ran 9 laps at a 10K pace and 2 laps at a faster race pace to symbolize the numbers 9/11.
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Middle and High School Volleyball Players Announced

Coach Rebekah Peters would like to congratulate the following girls for making the 2016-17 Middle School Volleyball team.   Emma Allen Maggie Allen Audrey Bliss Elizabeth Brantley Addi Kay Carter Delaine Case Abby Cearley Morgan Daniel Abigail Durocher Tyler Grace Green Anna Hardwick Emily Hinson Haley Holcombe Elizabeth Jackson Anna Grace Marable Madi Murray Amelia Tyler Anna Greer Vandagriff 
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Middle School and Varsity Cross Country Registration Open

Prince Avenue Wolverine Middle School Cross Country registration is open for rising 6th - 8th grade boys and girls, and High School Cross Country registration is open for rising 9th - 12th grade boys and girls.   This year's program will include some new aspects not included before.  Coach Dale Autry and Coach Micahel Palmer are scheduling many
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PACS Football Players Sign to Play Football in College

Three Prince Avenue seniors signed to play football at the college level.  Jared Bloodworth signed with Birmingham Southern College;  Andrew Hayes signed with Carson Newman University, and Zach Ragle signed with Reinhardt University. Congratulations to these students for their accomplishments both on and off the field.       Pictured left to
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PACS Varsity Girls Tennis Team to Compete in State Tournament

On Monday, April 18th, the Prince Avenue Varsity Girls Tennis Team competed in the Area 2 Tournament at the Athens Tennis Center.  PACS was seeded 2nd on the east side of the area. Therefore, the first match of the tournament was against Hebron Christian Academy, ranked 3rd on the west side of the area. PACS #1 singles, McKay Higginbotham, lost in
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Volleyball Tryouts for Middle School, JV, and Varsity

The PACS Athletic Department has announced dates for Middle School, JV and Varsity Volleyball tryouts for the 2016-17 school year. All rising 8th - 12th grade girls interested in trying out for JV and Varsity Volleyball should attend tryouts to be held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, May 9-11 from 5:30-7:30 pm in the Wolverine Gymnasium.  For more information
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PACS Middle School and Varsity Softball Tryouts

Prince Avenue Christian School Athletic Department has announced dates for upcoming tryouts for both Middle School and Varsity Softball Teams.    All rising 6th - 8th grade girls that would like to try out for Middle School Softball should attend the following:                 
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PACS Golf Teams Place in Area 2A Tournament

The PACS Boys Golf team won the Area 2A Championship on Tuesday for the first time in school history. The Wolverines fired a team score of 318 at the Orchard in Clarkesville, besting Athens Academy by six strokes. Sophomore Will Kahlstorf shot one under par 71 to take the Individual championship, followed by senior Tanner Foster with 79, senior Duncan Taylor with 83, and
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