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At Pinecrest Academy, we believe athletics plays a very important role in preparing our student-athletes to strive to maximize their character and leadership skills. Our school motto "semper altius", meaning "always higher", challenges our students to be their best for the team and for Christ. Our philosophy of Integral Formation® is incorporated into the athletic program as we work to develop Christian leaders who will transform society. 

Pinecrest offers 15 sports to our student-athletes, including our Junior Paladins program for our younger children, Middle School sports and GHSA sanctioned Varsity sports.

Athletics News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Coach Martelli Named Coach of the Year

    Coach Dom Martelli is Varsity Soccer Coach for both our boys and girls teams.  He’s led our Paladins to numerous winning seasons, and this year, coached our Varsity Girls team to a Class 1A Private Championship victory – our first GHSA Championship the program's history!  He also led the Varsity Boys into the Final Four in the playoffs this year.
    Coach Martelli’s efforts were recognized and rewarded when he was named Region 6 Coach of the Year for both the Varsity Girls and the Varsity Boys teams.

    We congratulate Coach Martelli on these great honors and for his dedication to our Paladins Soccer Program!
  • Ivey Crain Named Player of the Year and Athlete of the Year

    In addition to the Varsity Girls Soccer Team winning the Class 1A Private State Championship, the Paladins' Ivey Crain leaves an immensely impressive mark in Pinecrest Academy’s soccer history books!
    Ivey was named Region 6 Player of the Year, in addition to being named to the All Region First Team.
    Ivey was also named the Forsyth County News Girls Athlete of the Year, following a season during which she scored 61 goals and lead the Paladins to a 1-0 win against Holy Innocents' in the state championship – PA’s first team GHSA title.
    Ivey was among athletes honored at the FCN’s annual Athlete of the Year Banquet on May 19 at Beaver Toyota in Cumming. The top high school athletes in each sport were recognized, along with Ivey and the Boys Athlete of the Year, Ethan Ashley.
    Coach Martelli made the announcement official via a video prepared for the banquet.  You can view it on our Facebook page here.
    Read all about Ivey and the other top athletes in this Forsyth County News article.

    Congratulations, Ivey!  We are so very proud of you!
  • Nineteen Soccer Players Named to All Region Teams

    On the heels of spectacular seasons, 19 of our Varsity Girls and Varsity Boys Soccer players were recognized for their individual talents by being named to the All Region First Teams and Second Teams.
    Colin Brown and Ivey Crain were named Region 6 Players of the Year as well.  Coach Martelli was the Region 6 Coach of the Year for both the Varsity Girls team and Varsity Boys team.
    Please join us in congratulating the following All Region players:
    First Team Boys
    Colin Brown
    Evan Kane
    Thomas Peleaz
    Sebastian Santa Maria
    Michael Kutter
    First Team Girls
    Ivey Crain
    Grace Fowler
    Colleen Sullivan
    Ashley Kutter
    Second Team Boys
    Christian Sobb
    Miles Brajdic
    Pat Flanigan
    Pat Frain
    Dylan Dennis
    Second Team Girls
    Jenna Tuholsky
    Kate Prados
    Camryn Newman
    Mia Doxtader
    Fiamma Del Balzo

    We are so proud of all of these players.  Go, Paladins!

Upcoming Games

    • Turf field

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  • Shawn Coury, Interim Director of Athletics

    Mr. Coury has served 23 seasons as a high school football coach, coaching teams from South Forsyth High School, West Forsyth High School, Cherokee High School, Holy Spirit Preparatory School, and Pinecrest Academy.
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  • Jonathan Oshinski, Assistant Athletic Director

    Jonathan Oshinski is a Pinecrest alumnus (Class of 2010) and currently serves as the Varsity Girls Basketball Head Coach and Middle School Baseball Coach.
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Fast Fact:

The average number of Pinecrest graduates, beginning with our first graduating class of 2007, who go on to play college sports after graduation, is 9% (or 61 graduates). The national average each year is 7%. Of these grads, 28% have played D1 and 38% have played D2. Pretty impressive for a high school whose largest graduating class to date is 73 students!
Our Mission: To form Christian leaders who will transform society.
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Cumming, GA 30041
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