Category Archive: Pac News

This where you will find the latest updates on PAC news.

Jun 06 2017

First Aid and CPR/AED Classes

First Aid and CPR/AED Classes A parent in PAC, Ashley Graham, is an instructor in First Aid and CPR/AED certification. She is offering to do classes for our coaches and players who would be interested in one or both. Cost: CPR/AED: $55 First Aid:$55 Both: $90 Possible Dates: Friday June 23 or 30 at 5:30 …

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May 23 2017

Baseball Celebrates the 2017 Season

The Panthers held their season ending party at their normal shelter at Saluda Shoals as they celebrated the 2017 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). …

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May 14 2017

Panther Baseball Captures NACA Division #2 Championship

NACA Tournament Finals (Division #2):                 Panthers – 7                       King’s Homeschool (NJ) – 2 Both King’s Homeschool (New Jersey) and Providence Athletic Club emerged from pool play at the National Association of Christian Athletes (NACA) Division #2 baseball championships in Dayton, Tennessee at 2-0. As both teams were assured of their place in the …

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May 13 2017

Panthers Advance to NACA Championship Game by Besting Huntsville Falcons

NACA Tournament (Division #2):              Panthers – 12                     Huntsville Falcons – 1 The Panthers took to the field again on Thursday morning against the Huntsville Falcons (Huntsville, Alabama). John Edens, assistant coach for the Panthers, noted that the Panthers were a loose, confident bunch and felt good about the day’s outcome.  Right before the …

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May 13 2017

PAC Baseball Wins First Game at NACA Tournament

NACA Tournament (Division #2): Panthers – 5    Cincinnati Trailblazers – 3 The Panthers opened up play in the 2017 NACA (National Association of Christian Athletes) baseball tournament in Dayton, Tennessee against the Cincinnati Trailblazers (OH). Playing at Bledsoe County High School, the two teams took to the diamond at 9:30 on a bright, sunny morning. …

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May 08 2017

Panther Baseball Wins Third Straight State Championship

State Championship Finals: Panthers – 4                               Savannah Hurricanes – 0 The Panthers advanced to their third straight state Home School baseball championship, besting the Low Country Wildcats by a score of 15-0 in one semi-final. The Savannah Hurricanes advanced by beating the Upstate Eagles in the other semi-final.  This was the third different team …

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May 08 2017

Panther Baseball Advances to State Championship Game

State Championship Semi-Finals: Panthers – 15                 Low Country Wildcats – 0 The Panthers ran away and hid in this game early and then tried to get as many players in the game as they could, in a game shortened to three innings. The Panthers scored four runs in the first, ten runs in the …

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May 07 2017

PAC ALL SPORT PICNIC MAY 30, 2017

PAC ALL-SPORT PICNIC Cost: $2/person or $10/family Location: big shelter at Pine Island Address: 150 Pine Island Rd, Columbia SC Date:Tuesday 30th of May. Time: 2:00-8:00 Cookout: @5:30 Senior Recognition: 6:00 Everyone needs to bring a two liter drink, side dish, and desert. PAC will provide hamburgers and hotdogs and paper products. All will need …

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May 01 2017

Panther Baseball Falls to Ben Lippen

Panthers – 7       Ben Lippen – 10 The Panthers fell to the Ben Lippen Falcons on Friday night at Senior night at Ben Lippen. Ben Lippen did most of its damage early as the Panthers found themselves trailing 8-0 after two innings.  The big blow in the first inning was a grand slam by the …

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Apr 23 2017

Panthers Take Win on Baseball Senior Night

Panthers – 4       Upstate Eagles – 2 Senior Night was a success as the program was able to honor its Seniors and their families on the field prior to the game. Led by its Seniors, the Panthers then went out and defeated the Upstate Eagles 4-2 and, afterwards, everyone came down on the field to …

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