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JV Baseball Team Wraps Up Season With A Huge Win

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It was a great way to wrap up the season. Our JV Baseball team played an excellent game last Wednesday night and ended the season with a 13-0 win over the Lowcountry Wildcats!!!

Head Coach John Fragola says he's excited about what's ahead for PCA baseball.

"Our boys recently finished a strong baseball campaign winning three out of their last four games and I could not be more proud of their achievements this year.  It was a season of tremendous growth and the future for PCA baseball is very bright.  Our Eagles baseball program is blessed to have had a group of such strong and talented young men who worked hard this year to compete athletically and honor God in all that they were asked to do. A big thank you goes out to my coaching staff, our athletic director, our Booster club, our parents and the entire PCA community for all of their support, hard work and dedication to advancing our program."

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Exploring College Options: West Point

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Congratulations to PCA Juniors Abby Landfried and Sarah Spivey who have been accepted to West Point's Summer Leaders Experience. They are among the 1000 students chosen from 6000 applicants to this highly selective program.

The Summer Leaders Experience is a fast-paced program of academic classes, military training, physical fitness training, and intramural athletics which gives high school juniors a week to experience life as a cadet to inform their college selection decision. Students choose from a variety of courses in different academic areas, such as science, mathematics, engineering, humanities, modern languages, and psychology. Students also take part in daily military training including physical training, weapons familiarization, obstacle courses, and West Point's Leadership Reaction course. To help students make informed decisions about a military education, the program offers a great deal of social interaction including intramural sports and social events with current West Point cadets.

As Congressional District 1 Admissions Liaison for West Point, Mr. Steve Featherstone encouraged Abby and Sarah to explore this unique opportunity. Even if they do not participate in the program, they have gained valuable experience in applying to a highly selective college.



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