Athens Orthopedic Clinic is offering free GHSA physicals for the 2016-17 school year to rising 9th through 12th grade students. These free physicals are being offered to Prince Avenue on Saturday, April 23.
Students will need to have the attached GHSA physical form filled out and signed on the front page by a parent. Students will bring this form
Prince Avenue Christian School has announced the schedule for Summer at Prince 2016. Both the Athletic and Fine Arts Departments will host a variety of opportunities for students from Prince and the surrounding area to participate in action packed and fun-filled camps directed by Prince Avenue coaches and teachers.
This year’s sports camps include baseball, softball, football, basketball,
The Prince Avenue Wolverine Football Team recently competed in the GACA State Weight Lifting Championship at Jefferson County. It was the team’s first experience with this event, and the players did a great job. Prince finished as State Runner-Up and had four individual State Champions.
Contributing to this winning finish were Tyler Roberts, Kevon Hudson, Thomas Huff and
Prince Avenue senior, Grant Crowell, recently signed to play golf for the University of North Georgia.
Grant finished last season in strong fashion, firing a two over 74 at Sectionals and four over 76 at the State Tournament. He is known for hitting the ball long off the tee, is accurate with his irons, and possesses a solid short game.
The 2015-16 Prince Avenue Girls Basketball Season has been especially memorable for one PACS senior, Jordyn Smith. It was during this season that Jordyn exceeded 1000 career points for the Lady Wolverines.
When asked about her 1000 points, Jordyn, known for dodging the spotlight, minimized her achievement. “I had no idea that I would even come close to having
Three Prince Avenue Christian School senior athletes were honored yesterday for their decision to play football at the collegiate level.
Offensive tackle Rob Kraeling signed with Duke. Running back Kevon Hudson signed with Carson-Newman, and Jordan Hightower signed with Lenoir-Rhyne.
PACS is grateful for the contributions of these athletes to the Wolverines
For most coaches, to coach a winning season is a satisfying accomplishment. Improving that record to an undefeated season is exciting and even exhilarating, but for a coach to have a team with three consecutive undefeated seasons is a dream come true. This dream is a reality for Prince Avenue Christian School Middle School Girls Basketball Coach Michael
Twelve Prince Avenue football players have been named to the All-Region 8-A Team for 2015 as voted by the league’s coaches. In addition to Prince Avenue, players were named from other 8-A Region schools including Athens Academy, Athens Christian, Commerce, George Walton, Hebron, Lakeview, Providence, and Towns County.
Junior Dalton Owens was named Defensive Player of the Year.
Five Prince Avenue Christian Football players have been selected to play in the 3rd annual FCA All-Star game. The game will be played on Friday, December the 18th at Clarke Central. Coach Clay Harris was also selected to be one of the coaches. Congratulations to Jared Bloodworth, Jordan Ginnel, Andrew Hayes, Jordan Hightower, and Zach Ragle for
PACS senior softball players Emmy Soles and Skylar Sparr were recognized today for signing to play softball at the college level.
Emmy holds all PACS pitching records and struck out nearly 1100 batters in her four year career at PACS. She signed to play with Georgia State.
Skylar played at PACS for two years as pitcher and left fielder and was