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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

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  • Middle School Girls Cross Country Takes First in Dominion Dash

    In their final meet at Dominion Christian School in Marietta on October 17, our Middle School Girls Cross Country team came in First Place Overall!
    And congratulations to the following young ladies for their placements:
    Elise Pattee - 1st Place
    Ava Kindregan - 4th Place
    Savannah Meyer - 5th Place
    We're so proud of all of our Middle School Cross Country runners for their hard work this season!
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  • Cross Country Team Achieves 10 New PRs

    The Paladins Cross Country team ran at the Pickens Invitational on Saturday, October 17.
    The team saw 10 new PRs from Henry Borgerding, Greg Borgerding, Maureen Diaz, Shawn Dole, Jude Jackman, Ryan Kieffer, Simon Luong, Mary Meeks, Colin Meersman, and Kyle Wolf.
    Henry Borgerding, Greg Bordering, Shawn Dole, and Simon Luong earned a Varsity Letter for their first sub 21:30 times of the season.
    The Regional Cross Country meet is Thursday, October 22, at Allatoona Creek Park in Acworth, GA.
    Way to go, Paladins!
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  • Middle School Cross Country Competes in Metro 10

    The Middle School Cross Country Girls team competed at the Metro 10 Cross Country Championship Meet on Monday, October 5. They placed 5th out of 10 teams, and all of the girls had personal records! 
    Elise Pattee - Placed 9th with a time of 13:55
    Savannah Meyer - 14:29
    Ava Kindregan - 15:14
    Reggie Ross - 16:18
    Maggie Zea - 16:30
    Sofia Nigrinis - 16:48
    Josie Witowski - 20:37
    While the Boys team didn't have enough runners to place as a team, they all had great individual times!
    John Paul Carroll - 14:58
    Christian Carroll - 15:31
    Jake Roth - 16:47
    Daniel Rivard - 20:02
    We are so proud of the Middle School Cross Country team!
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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!

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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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  • Jay Lynch, Assistant Athletic Director

    Jay Lynch oversees the Junior Paladin Athletic programs at Pinecrest Academy, which include fall and winter soccer, 3rd-7th Grade Catholic Metro League Basketball, 1st-2nd Grade Instructional League Basketball, and the Junior Paladin Cheer after school program.
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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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