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Pee Dee Academy coaches ready for the new year

By Ken Buck

Staff Writer

Mullins— The Pee Dee Academy Athletic Department, led by Athletic Director Lon Spivey and Assistant Athletic Director Jonathan King, has amassed a staff to go into the 2018-19 school year ready to compete on a high level.

And a high level of competition and performance has been the norm at the Mullins area school that has won 33 state championships in the school’s history.

King will double as the school’s junior varsity and varsity football coach, as well as the boys JV basketball coach in the Winter.

King will be looking to lead his football program to another stellar season after Pee Dee Academy finished as the SCISA Class A state runners up in 2017.

Lorie Ann Rogers returns to head up both the junior varsity and varsity volleyball programs.

Jerry Coleman will coach the varsity tennis program for the Golden Eagles and will also lead the varsity girls basketball team.

The varsity girls for Pee Dee Academy finished as the state runners up in 2016 for SCISA Class AA.

Danny Kitchen will head up the junior varsity tennis team and Kyle Drew will be the varsity boys basketball head coach. Ed Blackburn will coach the JV girls basketball team.

In the Spring, Brian Davis will be the head coach of the Golden Eagles’ varsity baseball team and Hugh Elvington will be the head coach of the junior varsity baseball team.

Davis will be looking for a repeat of this past Spring when the Golden Eagles won the SCISA Class AA baseball state championship.

Drew will head up the golf team in the Spring while Mitchie McCaskill will coach the junior varsity softball team.

Girls soccer will be led by head coach Gil Wiggins and Michael Singletary will be the head coach of the boys soccer team.

George Smith will lead the Clay sports program.

 

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