Everyone knows that participating in sports can result in injuries. Regardless of the magnitude of an injury, all injuries are serious and must be treated with the proper caution. For most athletes, getting injured is a risk they are willing to take in order to participate in a certain sport.Continue Reading

The Pace varsity basketball team is already several games into their season. But for those non-varsity players who love the game, the highly competitive Peachtree Road United Methodist Church (PRUMC) basketball league provides an opportunity for athletes to hit the court. Over the years, the popularity of this alternative basketballContinue Reading

The Pace varsity softball team achieved an impressive 16-9 record this year, 10-3 in region play, and advanced yet again to the AAA playoffs. Senior captain Presley Marxmiller led the team with her talent and experience playing the game. She was first on the team in slugging percentage with aContinue Reading

Over the last several weeks, whenever the New York Yankees have done something good, players and fans acknowledge it with a thumbs down. Doesn’t make sense? Here’s the backstory. On Sept. 11, the Yankees played against Tampa Bay during a three-game series at Citi Field (the home field of theContinue Reading

Throughout the season, the Pace track team put in countless hours of hard work and dedication with the goal of making it to the state finals. With daily practices and time in the weight room, the athletes have been excited to take on their competition. “I’m a very competitive person,”Continue Reading

Calling all athletes and fitness fanatics to join in welcoming Coach Ty to the weight room team. This welcome is belated, as Coach Tykesia Johnson joined the Pace staff at the start of the 2016 school year. Working alongside coaches Clement Rouviere and Sekou Walton, Coach Ty brings the first official female presenceContinue Reading

Gymnastics, often called “le sport de la mort” by its participants, is one of the most rigorous and strain-inducing sports offered by Pace Academy. It’s a big time commitment, rough on the knees, and yet so rewarding. The JV team practices at a minimum four times a week, while varsity practicesContinue Reading

As memories of winning State in 2014 are still fresh in the minds of upperclassmen on the varsity girls soccer team, the squad turns their attention to the 2016 season. The “Sisterhood,” as the team was called in 2014, has lost most of the sister pairings, including the Abdullah sisters, theContinue Reading

As the volleyball nets go down and the basketball hoops return, a feeling of excitement grows among Pace community. Last year, the mens varsity basketball team captured the admiration of the school community after the squad combined 27 wins with humbleness. Unfortunately, the post-season ended early for the Knights, down southContinue Reading

With a slew of regional games ahead, the varsity Lady Knights are facing a challenging season. Last year a successful run in Savannah, resulting in an Elite Eight appearance, placed varsity volleyball at Pace’s center of attention. The thrilling playoff finish built up quite the anticipation for this season. After sayingContinue Reading

As the school year nears the end, both the boys and girls varsity soccer teams have fought hard to bring the Pace name to the spotlight. Both teams carefully refined their soccer abilities and the boys made it to the GHSA Final Four state championship matchup on May 12 against Wesleyan.Continue Reading

The Pace boys varsity golf team is a group of lively individuals with high hopes for the season this year. Head coach Bailey Player is described as leading the team with a unique enthusiasm and character that is difficult to find in many golf coaches. Unfortunately, the team dropped their firstContinue Reading