With five games under their belt, the Pace varsity football team prepares for the final stretch of the season and a playoff push. “We have a lot of weapons that I think will really help us score some points,” said Head Coach Chris Slade. One of those weapons includes starContinue Reading

Virtually every member of the Pace community remembers the charismatic, 6’10” senior who brightened our campus – on the court, on the stage and in the classroom. His name is Wendell Carter, Jr., and his journey has continued at Duke University. Carter was a two-time GHSA state champion, a McDonald’sContinue Reading

New freshman football player sensation Gunnor Faulk is a name that most people at Pace have come to know by now. After Gunnor started three games as quarterback for injured senior Kevin Johnson, The Knightly News went behind the scenes to learn more about Gunnor and what he likes to do off theContinue Reading

Senior Michael Sloman, a Pace Academy lifer, maintains a special relationship with his favorite sport, wrestling, which goes far beyond the typical athletic spirit that resides in many Pace sports. With over 29 wins this season and many pins, he not only finds passion in the thrill of victory, butContinue Reading

Junior William Pair is known around the Pace community for his skill in an adventurous and often risky sport: rock climbing. He has been rock climbing since the age of eight. His love for rock climbing began when his family went to one of his older sister’s rock climbing competitions.Continue Reading

Many people would consider representing your country a once in a lifetime opportunity, but for senior Kenny Selmon it is only the beginning. Kenny, after placing second in the national 400 meter hurdles in June at the World Youth qualifying meet in Illinois, was given an opportunity to go toContinue Reading

King’s Ridge running back Connor Henderson remembers the play well. Connor was given the start in the varsity football game against Pace Academy last September, and his coaches gave him the ball early and often. At first, everything was going according to plan for the Tiger offense, which drove theContinue Reading