Aug 11 2016

PAC BASEBALL TRYOUTS

PAC Baseball will hold its annual tryouts for the Spring 2017 season on the 25th, 26th and 27th of August at Bray Park in West Columbia. Attendance on the Saturday session is required for all participants. Returning players that want to move up a team (ie: JV player trying out for Varsity) OR a new player to the PAC program will need to attend the Saturday tryout AND either the Thursday or Friday sessions. Returning players that anticipate returning to the same team as last year, you will only need to attend the Saturday tryout. Tryout times set for Thursday and Friday the 25th and 26th are 7:30 – 9:00 pm. On Saturday the 27th the tryout time is 9:00 – 11:30 am.

Further information about receiving an invitation to join the baseball program and fall practice dates will be available at the tryouts. Please contact Jim Blevins at 803-397-5483 or at jblevins@pacpanthers.com or Stephen Hucks at 803-622-7723 or Stephen@hucksandfelker.com with any questions. We look forward to seeing you there.

If you are currently participating in another PAC sport and cannot make the Thursday or Friday session, please contact us to make other arrangements.

Aug 06 2016

2016 Sporting Clays Shooting Registration Open

PAC Sporting Clays Team Registration

 

Registration for Sporting Clays Shooting will be open until the August 21, 2016.

Registration:
https://pacpanthers.demosphere-secure.com/_registration

A Team meeting will be held on August 25.

If some are interested in the learning more about the team but were unable to make the informational meeting, please contact Chris Foster at chris.m.foster@gmail.com or call 803-807-0830

Aug 03 2016

2016 PAC Volleyball Teams

2016 PAC VOLLEYBALL

2016 PAC Volleyball Tryouts are complete, and Congratulations are in order to the following players listed below.  The Middle School Team has not yet been solidified, but will continue to be open for other players to join us until August 8th.  Other 6th – 8th grade players who are interested in playing competitive volleyball are encouraged to join us!
In addition, we will be opening our volleyball program up to 5th graders, as a support team basis, in order to develop a strong future program for PAC Volleyball.  Support team members, includes girls grades 5-12, will practice with us daily and will travel with us as managers at games and tournaments.

Congratulations to the following 2 Support Squad Members and 11 JV players:

Savannah Dyer

Arquette Goidosik

Annie Blevins

Sarah Beth Bradley

Faith Anne Floyd

Hannah Johns

Paxton Kidwell

Natalie Maltry

Margaret Mancuso

Ella Mancuso

Merritt Reeves

Aly Runyan

Nikole Shipley

 

Congratulations to the Following 8 Middle School Players:

 

Sadie Belle Dyer

Janae Johnson

Lexi Loudermilk

Julia Maybach

Maria Maybach

Meredith McEnulty

Savannah West

Natalie Weaver

Jul 20 2016

PAC Sporting Clays Informational Meeting

Sporting Clays Informational Meeting

Date: July 28 at 7:00pm   
Location:  Lexington Kiddie Kollege 561 Whiteford Way, Lexington 29072 
Who: 6th-12th grade boys and girls 

Christopher Foster, NSSA NSCA Level I instructor certified, NRA certified, SLED certified instructor in multiple firearms and will be Director of Shooting Sports for PAC.

All though the season has already started he would like to start preparing for a successful season next year.

South Carolina has a large amount of established school shooting teams, so starting practice preseason for next year will be beneficial for our team.

What is Sporting Clays?

Sporting Clays is the sport of shooting moving clay targets that are thrown from machines that are placed in various positions and angles to challenge the shooter from a box, aka usually a wooden or pvc barrier to shoot the targets.

What you will need:

Sporting Clays uses a shotgun 12 or 20 gauge semi automatic or over and under style shotguns.

For NOVICE shooters preferably semi automatic shotgun.

The firearm is not provided and must be inspected and approved. If you do not have one, these can range from roughly 350.00 to easily 7,000.00. It really depends on what you want and are willing to pay.

Please keep in mind the gun does not make the shooter the shooter makes the gun.

My son who is advanced shoots a Beretta A400 Xcel 12 gauge 30″ barrel semi automatic shotgun which new is around 1500.00 to 1700.00 dollars. I started with a Stoeger Condor over and under brand new around 390.00 to 450.00 that you will still see me with, yes even at competition shoots.

 

We will get more into buying and fitting firearms at another time, so please do not run out and buy either of these guns or any without meeting with me first. We will discuss the pros and cons of gun styles and proper gun fit.

 

 

 

Please Contact Christopher Foster at scfirefighter3125@gmail.com for more information.

100% Safe – 100% OF THE TIME -NO EXCEPTIONS

 

Christopher Foster

scfirefighter3125@gmail.com
Director of Shooting Sports

Jul 05 2016

PAC Volleyball Information Meeting July 7th

A mandatory PAC Volleyball Parent and player information meeting is Thursday, July 7th at 4:15pm, following our 2:00-4:00pm practice located at the Lexington Baptist Church Family Life Center. Important details will be discussed about the 2016 Volleyball season.
Middle School and High School Season Tryouts will be July 20th, 12:00-2:30 and July 21st, 12:00-4:00pm; both dates are required.  (A tryout will be available for those players unable to make those dates on Tues., July 12, 2:00-4:00 & Wed., July 13, 12:30-2:30; again BOTH days would be required.)
Please contact Coach Shannon for more information.
Go PAC Panthers!
Coach Shannon Sanford
Providence Athletic Club, PACHome school competitive sports 
Panthers Volleyball
803-318-5384 (C)

Jun 15 2016

PAC FOOTBALL – NEXT WEEK

PAC FOOTBALL CAMP is NEXT WEEK!

Camp runs from 6:00 – 8:30 pm. June 20, 21, 23, 24. Shorts and T-Shirts – bring a water bottle! Location is Bray Park, Bray Park Road, West Columbia.

Inaugural PAC Football Spring Game – Bray Park

Join us Saturday, June 25 starting at 9:30 for the Spring Game.
Parent’s Meeting at 11:30.
Post-Game cook-out at approximately 12:00 pm. (Combined MS/Varsity Flag Football Game) All participating families are asked to sign-up via Sign-Up Genius. If you have not received an email invitation, email Stephen@hucksandfelker.com

Other Key Dates
• July 18 (6:00-8:30pm) – Practice begins (helmets, shorts, t-shirts, cleats)
• July 23 (9:00am-Noon) – Iron Mary’s Combine
• July 25 (6:00-8:30pm) – Full contact drills begin (helmets, pads, practice pants, practice jerseys, mouth piece, cleats)
• August 12 – PAC Football’s first 8-man game vs. Jefferson Davis Academy

The full schedule will be posted soon. Please plan to come out and support PAC Football – 2016!!!!!!

Jun 07 2016

PAC Girls Golf Team Announces 1st Season.

When: first informational meeting July 21st at Newberry Country Club contact Coach Moss for time at budmoss22@gmail.com or Director Leslie Britt leslie.wade.britt@gmail.com.

Practices will be one per week starting Thursdays at 2pm with the first one Aug 4th.  Thank you to The country club of Newberry for providing an excellent facility for the team to practice upon.

Who: Students in Grades 6-12 who meet the PAC guidelines for illegibility. Contact the Director or coach if you have questions.

Committed players are Phoebe Carles, Alley Moss, Sophie Carles, Isabella Britt, Zoe Carles, and Anna Moss.

Please join the team.

16 hand out Info Flyer

May 30 2016

Cheerleading Starting Soon!

Cheerleading will be starting soon.  Practice will be held at Bray Park on Bray Park Rd in West Columbia.

Summer practices will be June 20, 21, 23, & 24. Our regular season will start July 18th.

For anyone interested, please contact Stacey Hogg at shogg@sc.rr.com.

May 18 2016

Panther Baseball Celebrates the End of the Season and Honors Seniors

The Panthers held their season ending party at their normal shelter at Saluda Shoals as they celebrated the 2016 season. The kids played volleyball, ga-ga ball, threw Frisbees and took a dip in the river when they got too hot while the parents enjoyed fellowship with each other (and snuck into the occasional volleyball game). Stephen Hucks and Scott Thurber, from D’s Wings in West Columbia, helped the team by grilling great tasting burgers for everyone to enjoy.

The teams presented their year-end awards and discussed their seasons. The B-Team (coached by Stephen Hucks, James Duke and Ed Owens) finished the 2016 season with a record of 14-9-1.  Fourteen wins represents the most wins PAC baseball had obtained at that level.  Three new players in the program won awards as Andrew French won the pitching most valuable award and Micaiah Hinkle won the Golden Glove award (defensive MVP) for his work in centerfield.  Billy Amick won the Silver Bat award which goes to the best hitter each year.  Thomas Weaver won the most important award as he added his name to those who have won the Mr. Panther award which goes to the player that the players and coaches believe best reflected God’s character during the long baseball season.

The JV team (coached by David Melnyk, Jay Floyd and Will Lawyer) finished the 2016 with a record of 7-12. This is not a bad record considering they were starting five eighth graders (or below) at the JV level.  They will be fine with as they get older.  Micah West won the Golden Glove award for his work at shortstop and at catcher and won the pitching award for his work on the mound.  McKinley Proctor won the Silver Slugger award as he tied the record for the highest batting average in the history of the Panther JV program.  Alex McKay won the Mr. Panther award for his consistently great attitude and willingness to do whatever the coaches asked him to do.

The Varsity team finished 2016 with a 23-10 record. The twenty-three wins are the most in the history of the program.  Matthew Derrick won the pitching MVP award and James Reed won the Golden Glove award.  Anderson won the Silver Slugger award for the second year in a row.  Carson Floyd won the Mr. Panther award for the first time.

The Panther baseball program says goodbye to six seniors this year. Tyler Thomason played one year for the varsity team and earned a varsity letter as he played second and pitched.  Tyler also played two years at the JV level.  Tyler leaves as a state champion as the Panthers are the 2016 homeschool baseball state champions.

Cole Plyer graduates with three years at the JV level and two at varsity. Cole played second base and graduates owning the varsity, single season on base % record at .558.  Cole graduates as a two time state champion in homeschool baseball and was instrumental in helping the Panthers win the National Association of Christian Athletes Division #3 baseball tournament in 2015 and finish second in the 2016 Division #2 tournament.

Eli Williams played one year at JV and two at the varsity level. Eli played in the outfield and served as a designated hitter as he had a nice swing at the plate.  Eli’s bat helped the Panthers win their first homeschool state championship in 2015 against the Anderson Cavaliers as he stroked a key single that helped get the team rolling and he helped the team repeat in 2016.  Eli also helped the Panthers win the Division #3 championship at the NACA baseball tournament in 2015.

Carson Floyd played two years at JV and two years at the Varsity level. Carson played every outfield position, third base and pitched for the Panthers.  He was the winning pitcher in the 2015 State Championship game against the Anderson Cavaliers.  Carson won the JV pitching award (2014) and the Mr. Panther award in 2016.  He is also a two time (2015 and 2016) winner of the Panther “wear it” award which goes annually to the player who was hit by the most pitches.  Carson was first team all-conference in baseball for left field in 2016 and right field in 2015.  He was also named to the all-tournament team at NACA in 2016.

James Reed graduates after playing one year at JV and four years at Varsity. James was a very versatile player who pitched and played catcher, first, short, second and in the outfield.  He won the varsity silver slugger award in 2014 and the varsity golden glove award in 2016.  James was the MVP of the 2015 homeschool state championship tournament and at the 2015 NACA Division #3 tournament.  He was also named to the all-tournament team at the 2016 homeschool state championship.  He was first team all-conference for 2015 as a pitcher and a catcher and for 2016 as a first baseman.  He graduates owning several Panther varsity career records such as most hits (121), most RBI’s (77) and total bases (177). He has the strikeout record striking out 96 opposing batters on his way to eight pitching victories.

Anderson Blevins is the last senior for 2016 and is the last player with a tie to the first year of the Panther baseball program (2010). He played as a sixth grader in our first year as the JV team played a few games against weaker opponents.  Anderson played JV for four seasons (which includes the few games in 2010) and three at the varsity level.  Anderson won two golden glove awards at the JV level (2012 and 2013) and two silver slugger awards at the varsity level (2015 and 2016).  He was first team all-conference for the shortstop position in 2015 and 2016.  He was named to the 2016 all-tournament team at the state homeschool championships and at the NACA Division #2 tournament.  He owns career records at the varsity level for runs scored (91), stolen bases (45) and fielding assists (155).  He also holds single season records for hits (49), stolen bases (23), total bases (77) and fielding assists (70).

May 17 2016

Panther Baseball Places Second in NACA Tournament (Division #2)

The Panthers varsity baseball team journeyed to Tennessee this past week to participate in the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) baseball tournament for the third year in a row.  After winning the division #3 bracket in 2015, the Panthers were moved up into the top bracket along with five other teams.  After pool play, the top two teams would play for the division #1 championship and the next two teams would play for the division #2 championship.

The Panthers knocked off Lancaster Academy in the semi-finals by a score of 5-2 to move into the finals.  James Reed pitched a complete game against Lancaster to earn the victory with Carson Floyd slapping a key two run double in the sixth inning to secure the victory.

The Panthers played Knoxville Academy in the championship game and lost 12-1.  Knoxville outhit and outpitched the Panthers in claiming the division #2 crown.

The Panthers also bring home the sportsmanship trophy (which is voted on by the other teams) for the third year in a row.  Anderson Blevins and Carson Floyd were named to the all-tournament team.

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