The Panthers lost to Cardinal Newman 4-0 in their third game in the Hammond Pre-Season tournament after winning their first two games. This game was scoreless until the sixth inning when the Cardinals plated all four of their runs. The Cardinals got four hits in the inning (all singles), but Panther pitchers helped them along by allowing three additional free passes. An infield communication error also helped the Cardinals to their big inning. The Panthers only got five hits in this contest as five different players got one hit each (Anderson Blevins, Daniel Barfield, James Reed, Clay Dickinson and Pat Brunson). The Panthers threatened several times; however, were just not able to push a run across. Trevor Dacus started the game for PAC, pitching three innings. He allowed two hits, striking out two, walking two and hitting one batter. He only faced eleven batters in his three innings. Clay Dickinson relieved him on the mound and pitched very well in his first two innings before tiring in the third and allowing the four earned runs. Carson Floyd relieved Clay, pitching the final one and one/third innings. He allowed two hits and no runs. The Panthers have a goal of fourteen productive at bats for every game. In the first game, they produced eighteen and in the second twenty-four. As you would guess, they did not have near as many productive at bats in this game, logging only eight. The Panthers are now 2-1 on the season and, weather permitting, are scheduled to play Hammond this Wednesday night.
Feb 20 2015
The PAC apparel order was picked up today!
If you ordered an item or items in December and January, please email (email@example.com) me when you would like to pick it up.
Address: 1357 Knott’s Haven Lp, Lexington SC 29073
There are a few extra practice shirts ($15) and Long sleeve t-shirts ($18) if you are interested in purchasing one. There are limited sizes available.
Feb 20 2015
This is a request for some last-year-of-high-school information (laid out in detail below). The info is for the senior section of ‘The Panther’ our annual PAC yearbook. All seniors will be recognized in the book, and we want to make sure each one is featured properly. So here is what we need from you:
1. Your full name: First, Middle, & Last
2. An up-to-date family portrait. Ideally, the most current portrait you have for this year. If you think you want to get a photo done specifically for the purpose of this assignment, by all means, go for it!
3. Your senior photo (this will be taken care of by the yearbook staff when the pictures are scheduled and taken for your team this season)
5. Please complete this questionnaire and submit your answers in the form of a word document:
-What is your favorite PAC memory?
-What is the best motivational advice that you could give somebody?
-Who would you like to thank? (It can be family, friends, coaches, teachers, etc.)
-Who is your favorite founding father?
-What talent/skill do you have that your PAC friends don’t know about? i.e playing the piano, insanely cool skateboarding, writing or acting skills, etc.
-What are your goals for the future?
What change for good would you like to make in the world?
-What is your favorite Bible Verse?
-What is the most personally meaningful quote that you’ve read/heard or in some way received?
Feb 17 2015
The PAC Archery Team traveled to Charleston Monday to compete in the Lowcountry Classic tournament. PAC middle and high school archers competed together for the Panther team with almost all posting new personal best scores. Congratulations to Isaac Morgan who placed second in the high school male division! With a tied score for first place, it came down to the number of 10s scored. Great job, PAC Archers! You just keep getting better!
Feb 17 2015
The Panther varsity baseball team played their second game in the Hammond pre-season tournament on a cold, damp Monday night and walked away with their second win of the season, defeating Orangeburg Prep 16-4. The first inning was quiet for both teams; however, the Panthers stuck for seven runs in the bottom of the second inning. Trevor Dacus got everything going with a single and the second batter, Pat Brunson, was hit by a pitch. The Indians from Orangeburg Prep induced two quick outs but then things fell apart. Indian pitchers walked six of the next eight batters. The walks were sandwiched around an error which continued the inning and a double by Clay Dickinson which scored two. The Panthers added one run in the third when Anderson Blevins hit an inside the park home run, beating hitting a line drive over the center fielder’s head. The Indians finally dented the scoreboard in the fourth inning, scoring three runs by taking advantage of five free passes and one single. The Panthers got those runs back and more by scoring eight runs in the fourth inning. Trevor and Pat Brunson led off the inning with walks. Carson Floyd hit a fly ball to the Indian left fielder which was misplayed for an error. With the bases loaded, Daniel Barfield hit into a fielder’s choice when the Indian’s second baseman fielded his grounder and threw Trevor out at the plate. JC Ellis then walked scoring one run. Anderson got his third hit of the game to drive in two more runs. Cole Plyer and James Reed both walked and then Trevor clubbed a double plating two more runs. Pat Brunson then slammed a triple to right center field scoring two more runs (Pat’s hit could possibly have been a second inside the park home run but good sportsmanship dictated at this point that Pat be held at third). This closed out the scoring for the Panthers. Orangeburg Prep scored one in the top of the fifth inning but it was not enough to continue the game and everyone was able to retreat to the warmth of their cars and homes. Anderson led the Panthers with three hits and four RBI’s. He also scored three times. Trevor had two hits, including his double and knocked in three runs. Anderson, Pat and Cole reached base all four times they were at the plate. JC Ellis was the starting pitcher for the Panthers. He pitched three innings allowing no runs and only one hit. He struck out two Indian batters and did not issue a walk. Pat Brunson followed JC to the mound and struggled with his control walking four batters and allowing three runs. Daniel Reed pitched the final inning and a third allowing three hits and one run. He struck out one batter and did not issue a free pass.
Feb 16 2015
PAC Panthers (V) – 11 Thomas Sumter – 1
The Panther varsity baseball team won its first game of the season 11-1 versus Thomas Sumter in a pre-season tournament at Hammond. The Generals from Thomas Sumter were held scoreless in the top of the 1st inning and the Panthers took the lead 2-0 in the bottom of that frame. Anderson Blevins led off with a walk and stole second base. Cole Plyler doubled Anderson home and later scored on a Clay Dickinson groundout. The Panthers added one run in the bottom of the second inning when Cal Hucks opened the inning with a double; eventually scoring on a groundout by John Edens. The Generals charged into the scoring column by plating one run in the top of the 3rd inning. Panther pitching walked the leadoff hitter and he was later able to score on a sacrifice fly to centerfield. The Panthers scored five runs in the 4th inning essentially putting the game away. The Panthers pounded out four hits and took advantage of two walks in scoring the runs. During the rally, John Edens and Daniel Reed both had RBI singles. The Panthers scored three runs in the 5th inning to end the game. Two runs scored on a long double by Daniel Williams and the game ending run scored on a hard base hit up the middle by Anderson. For the game, Cal Hucks led the way with two hits. Cole Plyer, John Edens and Daniel Williams all had two RBI’s. Panther pitching limited the Generals to one hit; however, they surrendered seven walks and hit one batter. Trevor Dacus started the game and pitched two innings. John Edens pitched the next two innings and gave up the lone run to the Generals. Carson Floyd pitched the last inning, walking the bases loaded, before getting the last out on groundout. Congratulations to the following players who got their first hits at the varsity level: Cole Plyler, Cal Hucks, John Edens and Daniel Williams.
Feb 14 2015
PAC Panthers JV Basketball – 2015 South Carolina Home School Athletic Association Champions
Down 20-9 in the 2nd quarter, the JV Panthers fought back to defeat the Greenville Hurricanes 40-36 and win the 2015 JV Championship. Team members – Josiah Wrobel, Noah Sweeney, Banks Fryer, Caleb Ashworth, William Lawyer, Chalmers Rogland, Seth McNulty, Coach Ray Wrobel, Coach Craig Sweeney.
Feb 13 2015
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Feb 04 2015
PAC Apparel is no longer available to order on line.
If a team or group has an order of 24 items or more with the same template, I can place that order, otherwise it will have to wait until next season.
I am in the process of finding a new business to do PAC’s apparel, if anyone knows of a reputable business near Lexington please let me know.
Contact Jennifer Aurednik, firstname.lastname@example.org