St. Anne-Pacelli Athletics

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Class of 2022 Inductees

  • Jim Walsh Sr., Pacelli's 1st Football Coach - Jim Walsh Sr. was Pacelli's first football coach. During his time at Pacelli, his teams went 49-31-5 in 10 seasons (1960-69). Walsh’s career totals were 234-113-6. In 1970, he went to Benedictine Military School in Savannah where he coached for 25 seasons, compiling a record of 185-82-1. He played football at Philadelphia's Northeast Catholic High School and was a fullback at Auburn from 1953-56. Walsh passed away April 11, 2020.
  • 1961 Undefeated Football Team - Pacelli's athletic program began with its first football team, established in 1960. In 1961, the varsity Vikings Football Team enjoyed a tremendous season, winning every game played!
  • Tony Armas, Wrestling, Class of 1986 - Tony Armas earned a GHSA state wrestling championship for Pacelli (112 lbs.) in 1986. He has since coached 38 different wrestlers to 58 state championships and has earned multiple Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) state Coach of the Year awards.
  • Henry Goshay, Baseball, Class of 1986 - Henry Goshay was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 9th round of the 1986 MLB June Amateur Draft. He played for minor league teams including the Gulf Coast Dodgers in 1986 and 1987, the Vero Beach Dodgers in 1988, and the Dunedin Blue Jays in 1989.
  • Chanté Barber, Golf, Class of 2010 - Chanté Barber earned a GHSA state golf championship for Pacelli in 2007. After graduating from Pacelli High School in 2010, Chanté went to the United States Air Force Academy. She is currently a Captain in the US Air Force, serving as an Acquisitions Officer in Los Angeles.

2016 Hall of Fame Inductees
Kay Agnew, Cross Country Coach & Teacher
Lonny Arrington, Softball Coach & Teacher
John Henderson, Sr., Team Doctor
John Henderson, Jr., Army Ranger KIA
Carson Hinton, Football Coach
Nathan Rustin, Head Football Coach
Marvin Sims, NFL Player