Sophomore point guard Malcolm Davis, the CiCi’s Pizza Pelion Co-Player of the Week, has done a phenomenal job leading coach David Smith’s young Panther squad to a 12-7 record, its best start in years. Davis was interviewed on Tuesday January 17. Great job, Malcolm!
Senior wrestler Sam Crosby, the CiCi’s Pizza Pelion Co-Player of the Week, talked with us on January 17 about remaining an integral part of the Panthers’ wrestling program despite being unable to compete because of concussion-related issues.
Pelion junior Gage Lease is back to his winning ways on the mat for the Panther wrestling team after missing all of last season with a concussion. Lease, who wrestles at 120, talked on Thursday about his return to competition and the optimism surrounding the Panthers’ program.
Senior Michael Osmanski returns for his third year on varsity to captain the Pelion wrestling team, where he will compete at 182 for the second consecutive season.
Freshman forward Whitney Craft, the CiCi’s Pizza Pelion Girls Athlete of the Week, scored a game-high 17 points in her varsity debut Tuesday, leading the Panthers to a 46-33 win over Heathwood in their season opener. The Panthers go for win number two on Friday when they travel to Wagner-Salley. Great job, Whitney!
We talked with Pelion head basketball coach David Smith on Thursday about his improved Panthers squad which goes for its second win on the young season tonight at Wagner-Salley.
Senior forward Richard Kollie, the CiCi’s Pizza Pelion Boys Player of the Week, has been outstanding in the early season for the 1-3 Panthers, averaging double figures in both scoring and rebounding. Kollie and his teammates go for their second win of the season tonight against Wagner-Salley. Great job, Richard!
Pelion’s Dann Holland talks with us about the Panthers’ 28-20 win over Edisto in the season finale and the boost that win gives his returnees as they head into off-season workouts.
Sophomore George Storm, the CiCi’s Pizza Pelion Boys Player of the Week, quarterbacked the Panthers to a 28-20 win over Edisto in the season finale, passing for 206 yards and a touchdown while also running for another. A 6-1, 180-pounder, Storm also starts at linebacker for the Panthers and is an important ingredient, both as a player and a leader, in coach Dann Holland’s mission to rebuild the football program. Great job, George!