On April 10, Scottie Scheffler became one of the youngest members of the PGA tour to earn his green jacket and win the Masters in Augusta, Ga. The contest was not especially close either, with Scheffler coming in at ten under par while his biggest competition, Rory Mcllroy, shot sevenContinue Reading

The Netflix Original Don’t Look Up carried heavy expectations of being an incredible, satirical movie reflecting the polarization of today’s political climate pertaining to disasters. The excitement around the movie was driven by the decorated cast of Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Timothée Chalamet, Ariana Grande andContinue Reading

On Nov. 2, the Atlanta Braves defeated the Houston Astros for the Major League Baseball World Series, claiming the first title for the city since 1995. It has been a long championship drought for Atlanta with notable heartbreaking losses such as the Falcons’ Super Bowl 51 loss. In response toContinue Reading

The Knights wrapped up another season of water polo with a close loss to the number two seed, St. Pius Golden Lions, in the state tournament. Over the weekend, the team competed in four games, besting the Atlanta Public School team and Calhoun for the fourth time this year. ThroughoutContinue Reading

Football: The football team begins the season hoping to continue their success from the previous year. After a 5-5 record in 2019, the team improved to a 6-3 record with an impressive win over Lovett and an appearance in the first round of the 2020 GHSA AA playoffs. This year,Continue Reading

On Saturday Aug. 28, the Knights football team took the two-hour drive to compete against in-state powerhouse, Rabun County. However, the game was unlike any other played by the Pace football team. It aired on ESPN2 as they showcased their talents in front of a national audience.  About 50 upperContinue Reading

After holding the camp virtually in 2020, Keeping Pace will welcome around 60 scholars to campus again for the 16th straight year of the event. Last summer, there was an increased emphasis on academic enrichment, with the kids’ inability to physically be on Pace fields or in the pool dueContinue Reading

In surprising news, sophomore star baseball player Conner Phelan will not be taking the mound this spring season. However, this is not due to an injury or academic suspension, but a result of a random GHSA drug test in which he tested positive for performance enhancing drugs.  His absence fromContinue Reading

As the Super Bowl on Feb. 7 capped the NFL season, the league saw two Pace alumni make a difference for their pro teams. This year,  Andrew Thomas ’17 and Sam Sloman ’16 completed their rookie seasons with the New York Giants and the Tennessee Titans, respectively.  In 2015, theContinue Reading

Once again, college football powerhouse the University of Alabama climbs to college football’s peak, dominating the Ohio State Buckeyes 52-24 on Jan. 11. The Crimson Tide under Head Coach Nick Saban brings the trophy home to Tuscaloosa for the 18th time in program history. The team accomplished a perfect 13-0Continue Reading