The MAIS State Cross Country Meet was held on Monday, October 25th at Choctaw Trails in Clinton, MS.

Boys’ Cross Country Team:

Girls’ Cross Country Team:



Finally, our Boys’ team was invited to the Mississippi Meet of Champions on Nov 13 @ Choctaw Trails, as a result of our impressive performance at State Meet!


Finally, an event where all the state champions from all divisions can gather to compete and determine who the best teams and individuals are in the state of Mississippi!

WHO: State Champion teams and individuals from MHSAA 6A,5A,4A,3A,2A,1A / MAIS 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A / and the Champions of the Home School Association will be invited.  As well as any boys team that successfully averaged under 18:40 at Choctaw Trails or any girls team that are able to average under 21:40.  Finally, a berth will be awarded to the team and individual champions of the newly minted “metro leagues”.  For individuals, if you were not able to make it on a qualifying team, nor where you able to win an individual state title.  The committee will extend offers to those athletes that rank in the top 21 overall times for the season at Choctaw Trails.

WHAT: The All State Meet of Champions has been designed to finally put all the top teams and individual athletes at the same course and at the same time.

WHEN: The event will be held on Saturday November 13th with the girls racing at 10:15 am and the boys racing at 11:00 am

WHERE: The Meet of Champions will be held at Choctaw Trails which has been reimagined and redesigned to host the South’s best cross-country experience for everyone including athletes, coaches, and spectators. With ample parking for fans, shaded team tent areas for coaches and athletes, and designated restrooms for both, Choctaw Trails provides everything needed to experience cross country at its finest. The course boasts a starting line big enough to safely accommodate 40 teams and every step will be run on grass. A 30+ foot width at all points, the course affords front-runners, mid-packers, and come-from-behind strategists alike a safe opportunity to compete. Course markings can be found at every kilometer and every mile, and multiple clocks make it easy to track athlete’s times. The last 800m is sure to inspire as it loops adjacent to the finish line, and two sets of bleachers line the final stretch to help spectators cheer athletes through the finish line. From the improved course to the electric atmosphere, Choctaw Trails delivers the ultimate cross-country experience.

WHY: We want to celebrate the sport of cross country and what better way to do this then to not only make the most competitive meet possible, but to also give out the best SWAG and gear we can!  Custom backpacks to ALL the State Champions who register.  Team awards for the champions, the teams in the final four and even the elite eight.  Individual awards for runners 1-7 (1st team all state) runners 8-14 (2nd team all state) and finally runners 15-21 (honorable mention all state).

HOW: This event will be run like all post season events, you must enter your team as a club team.  Also, qualifying times must be run at Choctaw Trails.  Finally, the registered club team is limited to 7 athletes with a registration fee of $20 per individually qualifying athlete or $140 per team.

More information is to come!


As we prepare for one of the most exciting weeks of our PCS school year, we are proud to announce the PCS student body’s homecoming court election results for PCS Homecoming 2021.

9th Grade Homecoming Court

10th Grade Homecoming Court

11th Grade Homecoming Court

12th Grade Homecoming Court

Check out this great write up on Senior, Carter Edwards, and his verbal commitment with The University of Colorado at Boulder to play football next year.


First off, let me just say how proud I am of our staff, students, and parents for navigating our way through what is inevitably going to be remembered as the strangest year for athletics in our lifetime. Just consider, Spring Break of 2019, our athletic world screeched to a halt. It makes me grateful to see the evidences of God’s grace to our school and PCS Family since that time.

I believe I speak for all of us in saying that I cannot wait for our steps back into a “normal” year athletically. Inevitably there may still be some lasting impact and navigating due to COVID, but with lifted attendance restrictions, relaxed mask measures, and the availability of vaccines, “normal” is not far off.

If I were to pinpoint the things I am most excited about looking towards the 2021–-2022 athletic seasons, our new hires and expanded roles would be towards the top of the list. We have been incredibly fortunate in our new hires as you’ll come to see over the next year.

Here is just a snapshot of some of the new members of our Bobcat Nation:

William Prince, a former All-American football star and collegiate strength coach is already taking our Strength and Conditioning Program to another level.

Coach Matt Caldwell, a former Mississippi State football player, 25-year coaching veteran, and last year’s AD of the Year in MHSAA is running our Bobcat Football Offense and helping with our Track and Field Program.

Coach Guilherme Terra, known as “Coach G,” is going to lead our Boy’s Soccer program and assist with our Lady Bobcats. Coach G is a former collegiate and semi-pro soccer player, so I can attest that his skills are certainly matched by his passion to grow our athletes both technically and spiritually.

Coach Drew Mattison is stepping in as Associate Head Coach of our Bobcat Baseball program and will also be helping with various administrative duties in the Athletic Department. A longtime athletic veteran with administrative experience, his value was felt immediately.

Coach Tim Barron, with over 30 years of coaching experience, is going to lead our JV Football program. With already over 50 of our students signed up for JV Football, he is ready to bring his passion and no-nonsense approach to build up our program.

Coach Derek White, a well-known PCS veteran, is going to take over our Boy’s Track and Field program. With speed and strength at his disposal, we look forward to a great season at the Wayne Williams Track and Field Complex.

Finally, Coach Gemma Lynch is taking an expanded role within the department in addition to her coaching duties, by helping oversee the strength and conditioning of our Lady Bobcats and taking an operational role over our soccer programs. As you know, the more she is involved, the more our Athletic Department will improve.

I have never felt more confident in the strength of our Departmental Staff going into an athletic year. In our vision to “Honor God and Honor the Opportunity,” these men and women, along with our returners, are prepared and eager to invest in our students academically, physically, and most importantly spiritually.

I look forward to a great year and as always, GO BOBCATS!

In Him,

Rob Shillito
Director of Athletics
Presbyterian Christian School

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