The Panthers Basketball teams are in action tonight versus the Augusta Eagles at the Tri-City Leisure Center in West Columbia. Jump ball for the JV Panthers is 630 while the Varsity Panthers take flight at 730.
Dec 17 2015
Come out to support PAC Varsity Basketball Team tonight versus Covenant Christian at the Tri-City Leisure Center 7:00 . Middle School game starts at 6:00.
Dec 07 2015
The Panthers 2015-2016 basketball schedule has been uploaded to the basketball homepage. The Panthers continue their season tonight with an away games versus the York Prep Academy Patriots.
Make plans to join us on Thursday, December 17th at the Tri-City Leisure Center. Immediately following the Varsity game between Covenant Christian and the Panthers, Panther alumni will take on this years’ Varsity squad. Alumni interested in playing should contact Christie Unthank at firstname.lastname@example.org. All PAC Sports alumni will be honored prior to the Alumni game.
Dec 02 2015
PAC Soccer Tryouts are a week away!
When: Dec. 8th and 10th (try to make both nights, if you can’t let me or the coach know)
Where: Red Bank Recreation Center 1159 Nazareth Rd, Lexington SC 29073
Please wear cleats and shin guards; bring water
Kids will be grouped according to age (11-14 and 15-18) , not JV or Varsity teams
After tryouts, the teams will be decided and posted.
This is a year to order uniforms, therefore I will have sample sizes of the uniform we will be ordering and I will need to get everyones sizes. This does not mean you have made the team, but it will make it easier for me to put the order together quickly after the tryouts for those that do make it.
*Goalie shirt (for goalie’s only)
Optional: Trainer jacket
Prices will depend on how many are ordered and the cost of customization, (putting our logo and numbers on the jerseys)
You can come at 6:00 to figure out what you may need in sizes.
Contact Jennifer Aurednik for more information at email@example.com
Nov 24 2015
PAC football concluded its 2015 season with a banquet befitting royalty. Over 130 people attended the evening’s event as the 2015 season was relived, players were honored and a special thanks was given. One of the highlights of the evening was an over 20 minute video set to music that highlighted many of the plays and players from the season. The MVP’s were announced as well as the Mr. Panther selections for the Middle School and Varsity Teams. The recipients of these awards as well as the video are listed on the football website which can be accessed by selecting Football under the SPORTS tab on Pacpanthers.com.
2015 was a record breaking year for PAC Football in many respects. The Middle School team posted the first winning season for the football program. Many individual records were set and some players raised the bar on the records they already held. The banquet was a night filled with fun and laughter, some ooohs and ahhs from the big hits and possibly even a moist eye or two as we honored our graduating seniors, Noah Diveley, Hunter Brown and Scott Budenbender.
The evening was also an opportunity to say Thank You to Clint Lawyer for his vision and dedication to PAC Football. Clint and Helen Lawyer have given freely and generously of their time and talents for the last 4 years to help establish and move PAC Football forward. The PAC Football program will continue to be thankful for all they have done for our sons and this program for many years to come.
For the 2016 Football Season, PAC Football will be transitioning to 8-man football. This decision has been made after much thought, consideration and prayer. We believe that playing 8-man football will permit our program to best utilize the numbers of athletes we have and strike a much needed balance between fielding competitive teams, keeping the game fun and ensuring the health and safety of the players entrusted to us. For 2016, Chris Robinson will be the Varsity Team head coach, Allen Gleaton will be the Middle School head coach and Stephen Hucks will serve as the Director of Football.
To kick off the program for 2016, we are holding a parents’ meeting at Northeast Presbyterian Church on December 6, 2015 at 2:00 pm. This meeting will discuss plans for the 2016 season, the needs of the program moving forward and opportunities to serve. If you have any interest in the 2016 PAC Football program, we would welcome your attendance.
For additional information, please contact Stephen Hucks at 865-6370 or 622-7723 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nov 24 2015
Hi PAC Family! > > I am excited to announce the start of our 2015 Christmas tree fundraising drive! This is an awesome opportunity to help your PAC athletic program raise funds by purchasing something you're gonna purchase anyway this Holiday Season. > > Here are the basics that you’ll need to know. Contact Britt or Stacey Hogg to purchase your Christmas tree or wreath this season. At the time of your purchase you will receive a PAC ticket that you can redeem for your tree at the Christmas tree lot. Stacey and I will keep track of what PAC athletic program you wish to have your contribution given to. All contributions will be divided up when the fundraiser ends and be distributed to the corresponding programs. The tree selection at the lot is always very good and like all tree lots you have the freedom to look around and pick the perfect tree you want in the size you've purchased. Please do not go to the tree lot to purchase a tree PAC will NOT get credit for the sale without the ticket. > > We did this fundraiser last year but we were a little late getting the word out. I know most people like to purchase their Christmas trees in the next two weeks so we are ready for your order. In order to raise as much money as we can we are not accepting debit cards or credit cards due to the fees associated with electronic payments, please be prepared to pay by check or cash. If you have an artificial tree, don’t feel left out, you can purchase a wreath for your home. If you do not want to purchase a tree or wreath but you would still like to contribute to PAC you can purchase a ticket and give that ticket to someone that may be less fortunate and can not afford to have a tree this season. > > How much money can PAC make? > PAC will receive 20% of each sale so it really depends on how many trees we sell. With that in mind, I would encourage everyone to promote this fundraiser to your friends and family. Remember, the more trees we sell the more money PAC receives. > > Prices > Tabletop - $20 > 5-6 ft tree - $50 > 6-7 ft tree - $60 > 7-8 ft tree - $75 > 8-9 ft tree - $95 > 9-10 ft tree - $120 > 10-11 ft tree - $150 > Small Wreath - $25 > Large Wreath - $30 > > To purchase or ask questions please contact > Britt Hogg 803-479-0670<tel:803-479-0670> > Stacey Hogg 803-479-0932<tel:803-479-0932> > > Tree lot address: > Seasonal Fundraiser’s Granddaddys Christmas Trees > 1/7433 Broad River Rd. > Irmo, SC 29063 > (803) 727-8998<tel:%28803%29%20727-8998> > https://goo.gl/maps/Jwv34uQbqwB2 > > If you would like to learn more about Granddaddys > Christmas Trees please visit their website. > http://www.granddaddystrees.com/index.html > or visit them on Facebook at > https://www.facebook.com/Granddaddys-Trees-190257379470/
Nov 13 2015
Anyone wanting to play Varsity or JV golf for PAC in 2016 Please have yourself and parents attend this meeting. Call or email Director of golf Lee Winters 803-940-1592 email@example.com for details
6pm 1441 Main Street Wells Fargo Building 1st floor Columbia SC 29201
Nov 13 2015
To all PAC Families;
There is a need to help those affected by the flood. We need 10 teams (4-6 per team); 1 adult driver (must be 26 or older due to insurance liability) with truck and/or trailer per team. The project is to deliver a case of bottled water to approximately 400 families in Lexington County.
The date of the project is Wednesday, November 18 (rain date is Monday, November, 23).
We will meet at 9:00 am at the Lexington Baptist Association-255 Two Notch Road, Lexington SC 29073. The project will take approximately 3-5 hours.
If you want to help please contact me and let me know you will be there. Even if you don’t have a truck please consider helping as we have some trucks already lined up to help. In addition the water has already been donated. We need “man and woman power” to physically deliver the water.
Also contact me if you can bring a truck and/or trailer. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at my home 803-447-3490 or my cell at 540-532-7192. This project can be done by all ages and families are welcome to do it together. I encourage you to wear a PAC t-shirt/hoody etc., to show our unity.
Yours in Christ, Clint Lawyer, PAC Football Director
Nov 10 2015
PAC Soccer Info Session
When: Nov. 20, 2015
Where: Liverpool Soccer Complex, 301 Duffie Drive Lexington SC 29073
Upper/smaller lot by the water tower field 8,9,or 10
For Who: boys and girls 6th-12th grade interested in playing competitive JV and Varsity Soccer
Purpose: This is a session for all who are interested in finding out more about PAC soccer and want to experience a training session with our experienced coaches. Parents will have a time to ask questions and find out what kind of commitment it requires to play PAC soccer. You are making no commitment by coming out to see what PAC Soccer is about.
What to wear and bring: Please wear appropriate athletic clothing and preferably soccer cleats to endure a soccer training sessions of drills and possible short sided games. Bring water!
PAC Soccer tryouts will be held December 8 and 10
Where-Red Bank recreation center-1159 Nazareth Rd. Lexington SC 29073
Please watch for updates as we get closer to the tryout dates and tell all you know who may be interested to come out to the information session on Nov. 20th.
Contact Jennifer Aurednik at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and visit www.pacpanthers.com to learn more about PAC Sports
Nov 03 2015
The PAC Cross Country team wrapped up its season Saturday, October 31, 2015, running in the Independent Championship Cross Country Meet, in Boiling Springs, SC. The weather was damp and cold, the skies were very overcast. Zack Freeman, finished 6th, with a time of 19:00, leading our boys to a 1st Place finish, with a team score of 52. Rosemary Reed, finished 6th, with a time of 22:12, leading our girls to a 2nd place finish, with a team score of 64.
Annie Blevins, a veteran XC runner, was able to show Christian kindness to another runner at the Highlander Invitational (Heathwood). The other runner, Reagan, was a senior, in her last year of high school competition. She struggled through her last two seasons with asthma difficulties and was discouraged to finish her high school career in this way. Annie sacrificed her own time to finish the run with Reagan, sharing with her that having someone to run with was a gift of God, and encouraging her to finish the race. Reagan then shared her story with her teammates on the bus ride home. Annie finished the race, not as fast as she might have, but she made a lasting impact on the entire team from Westminster Schools of Augusta, to the glory of God.
Cross Country is a unique sport in that it is a team sport, but also an individual sport, in many ways. A cross country athlete must compete against him/herself daily, and by doing so strengthens the team. Coach Daley and Coach Fryer are very proud of the personal effort of their runners, and the team’s work ethic. Praise be to the Lord Jesus for sustaining the team through heat, and flood, and giving them endurance to finish well.
If you are interested in running cross country watch the website for practice starts dates. We begin practicing as a team in mid-July.