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WolfPack Weekly Roundup: April 8, 2019
Categories: General, Middle School, Upper School, Athletics
Posted: 4/8/2019

I hope many of you had the opportunity to come out and witness the incredible talents of our track team this past Saturday on a beautiful day for a track meet! The WolfPack track and field team did not disappoint at home with a great showing in front of the home crowd. Please check in for all the official times and scores soon. Lacrosse also had a great win against Greenbriar, who traveled all the way from Augusta to take on the Pack last Friday night. You can find recaps from these events and more  below!

This week we will be spotlighting two other spring programs. Come out tomorrow and cheer on the competition at the tennis complex as the varsity tennis team takes on a tough Holy Innocents group. All matches start at 4 p.m. so come out and support the Pack on the courts! If you have not had the chance to see the varsity tennis team live, here is a quick sneak peek into some of the action on the courts lately! Thank you to Brent Rivers for putting all our hype videos together for us this year.

Our other spotlight will occur this Wednesday as the varsity baseball team takes on King’s Ridge at 5 p.m. Catch the game and grab a free hot dog (while supplies last)!

In the week ahead we’re excited to compete in 26 total athletic events. You can find the WolfPack working hard both at home and away as we take on competitors including King’s Ridge, North Cobb Christian, and Walker! We will be honoring all of our spring sport seniors this Friday night before the boys lacrosse game at 5 p.m. Come out and show your support for our our seniors as they play their final games and matches for the Pack over the next month!

Click here for our full athletic calendar, and be sure to join us soon!

Go WolfPack!

Danny Ryan
Athletic Director

Sports Recaps

Boys Varsity Lacrosse
vs. Mount Vernon Presbyterian School: W 11-3
*Robert Matherne (12th) had five goals, two assists, one ground ball, and caused a turnover
*Alex Bauer (9th) had four goals and one assist
*Chris Scott (10th) had one goal and caused three turnovers
*Hudson Weller (10th) had one goal, one assist, two ground balls, and caused two turnovers
*David Alan Stith (10th) had one assist, five ground balls, and cost four turnovers
*Noah Howard (12th) had three saves in the goal

vs. Greenbriar: W 8-4
*The Pack is now 3-0 in the region and 7-5 overall
*Noah Howard (12th) had 12 saves in goal
*Goals were scored by Robert Matherne (12th), Hudson Weller (10th), Alex Bauer (9th), and Ryan Washington (10th)
*Chris Scott (10th) had five groundballs and caused three turnovers

Girls Varsity Soccer
vs. Lovett (Game Continuation): L 0-5
*Great goal keeping by A’liyah Thomas (10th) and Kailey Williams (11th)
*The Pack had stellar defense holding a very talented Lovett team

vs. Mount Pisgah: W 3-2
*Kyla McCurdy (9th) scored two goals for the Pack
*Avery Fassnacht (10th) had one goal and an assist to Kyla McCurdy (9th) to score
*Caroline Browne (12th) and Carson Llewellyn (12th) were an incredible defending duo this game and showed great leadership

Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Mount Pisgah: W 8-0
*West Peterson (12th) and Luke Wilson (10th) scored three and two goals, respectively
*Additional goals scored by Rees PicKell (11th), John Johnson (9th), and Jason Dinschel (11th)
*Assists by Luke Wilson (10th), Jason Dinschel (11th), Micah Messner (10th), Rees PicKell (11th), Matthew Sumlin (12th), and Scott Hellier (10th)
*Jack Krahel (10th) and Jacob Blackburn (10th) were stellar in goal

Boys Junior Varsity Soccer
vs. Holy Innocents’ School: W 8-3 overtime
*John Johnson (9th) led the team in scoring with four goals
*James Heiskell (10th) scored two goals with one goal each scored by Jack Valentine (10th) and Cutty Patton (9th)

vs. Holy Spirit Preparatory School: Tie 3-3
*After the Pack trailed 1-2 at half, they came back for a 3-3 tie
*Goals scored by Jack Valentine (10th), Micah Messner (10th), and Luke Wilson (10th)

Girls Middle School Soccer
vs. Holy Innocents’ School: win 4-0
*Danielle Trovato (8th) scored on a beautiful cross from Hannah Docabo (8th) to start the game off at the 45 second mark
*Abby May (6th) finished a cross from Danielle Trovato (8th) for another goal
*A'liyah Warrick (8th) worked to win the ball back in the attacking third and played a beautiful ball to Danielle Trovato (8th) who then crossed it for Abby May (6th) to score
*Fourth goal was unassisted by A'liyah Warrick (8th)
*Shutout shared by Claire Watson (8th), Natalie McKinney (6th), and Olivia Krahel (6th)
*Phenomenal work in the midfield by Elizabeth Baxter (8th), Joey Martin (8th), and Chelsea Taylor (6th)
*Defense was held strong by Ansley Hales (7th), Ellie Farrar (8th), and Annie Farrar (6th)

Boys Middle School Soccer
vs. Holy Innocents’ School: Tie 3-3
*The Pack played well coming out with a 3-3 tie over a tough Holy Innocents team
*Goals were scored by Noah Pitchersky (6th), Drew Heiskell (7th), and Jonathan Cassady (8th)

Varsity Baseball
vs. Mount Pisgah: W 9-8
*Charlie Purdue (11th) was the winning pitcher with three strikeouts
*Kaleb Stewart (11th) had his first varsity hit coming back from his injury!

vs. Mount Pisgah: W 12-1
*The winning pitcher was Braeden Swilley (11th)
*Ian Kennedy (11th) was 1-4, scoring two runs and hitting two RBIs
*Cole Long (9th) was 1-1 with two RBIs
*Justin Tinch (11th) closed the game with three scoreless innings

vs. Pinecrest: L 2-14
*Matthew LePage (10th) had his first varsity at bat and slammed one to right center
*Cole Peterson (11th) pitched for the first time and did a great job

vs. Wesleyan School: L 1-11
*Chase Watson (10th) was 1-2
*Cole Long (9th) was 1-2

Middle School Baseball
vs. Mount Vernon Presbyterian School: W 16-2
*The Pack played a well-pitched game
*Offense was led by Wyman Shaheen (7th), Parker Ladd (8th), Caleb LaVallee (8th), and Conlon Walker (8th)

vs. Wesleyan School: L 2-4
*Conlon Walker (8th) and Nick Olson (8th) pitched really well, striking out five batters
*Caleb LaVallee (8th) had a sacrifice fly RBI

Varsity Tennis
vs. Darlington: Girls W 5-0, Boys L 0-5
*Singles were won by Keri Quillin (12th), Hannah Morris (12th), and Sherina Thomas (12th)
*Kylie Weihe (11th) and Isabelle Jordan (10th) won at doubles

vs. Mount Pisgah: Girls W 4-1
*The WolfPack swept all 3 singles matches by Keri Quillin (12th), Hannah Morris (12th), and Sherina Thomas (12th)
*Kylie Weihe (11th) and Isabelle Jordan (10th) won at doubles 6-4, 6-2
*Doubles were won by Will Thomas (11th) with William Weston (12th), and Connor Miller (12th) with Alex Schulte (11th)

Junior Varsity Tennis
vs. Weber: Boys W 3-2, Girls W 5-0
*Congrats to the girls team on an undefeated season!

Girls Varsity Golf
vs. Mount Pisgah vs Wesleyan: W 84-86-90
*The girls won their tri-match against Mt. Pisgah and Wesleyan
*Mary Chris Cella (9th) was low scorer with a 41 and Emmy Dunn (9th) shot a 43 for a total of 84

Middle School Golf
vs. Westminster School:Girls 58-57, Boys 106-134
*Emily David (7th) had her best match at 10 over par
*Alex Healy (8th) led the team scoring lowest
*Derek Nickels (8th) finished 9th hole with a 15 foot putt

Varsity Track
vs. Woodward Academy vs. Pace vs. Lovett: Boys and Girls finished 2nd
*The WolfPack set 50 personal records in their individual events, including Shelby Wingate (12th) in the 100m, Bryce Davis (11th) in the 200m, Jordan Johnson (12th) in the 400m, Devin Wade (11th) in the 1600m and 3200m, and Julian Munoz (12th) in the Triple Jump

Home Meet: Boys and Girls teams finished 1st
*Louis Brogan (11th) had a personal record and winning High Jump of 6'4''