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WolfPack Weekly Roundup: December 10, 2018
Categories: General, Lower School
Posted: 12/10/2018

The WolfPack had a great week of competition last week, highlighted by our first varsity home basketball games on Friday night, where we cheered on the WolfPack against Mount Pisgah! It was great to have our cheerleaders, pep band, and BlueCrew back in full force, cheering on the Pack. We also celebrated the unveiling of a new mascot costume for our beloved Wolfie!

The Pack ultimately collected eight victories last week, including wins by varsity and Middle School wrestling, Middle School tennis, and varsity boys, JV, MS girls, and MS boys blue basketball teams. You can find the highlights from these matches in the recaps below!

This week, our PackBackers would like to share that the Spirit Spotlight is on our varsity wrestling team! This team has been hard at work and has many exciting meets in the weeks to come. You can check out their upcoming schedule here, and be on the lookout for the front of our Upper School building to be decorated in celebration of this team and all their hard work later on this week!

In the week ahead, we’ll be cheering on the Pack in 10 athletic events! You can click here to find our full athletic calendar, and be sure to stop by the athletic center soon to pick up a copy of the Winter 2018-2019 Pawprint, our athletic program which features all of our sponsors and teams for the winter season.

Looking forward to cheering on the Pack alongside you soon,

Danny Ryan
Athletic Director
Sports Recaps

Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Walker: L 21-66
*Shelby Wingate (12th) led the team with 15 points
*Madison Johnson (9th) scored four points and Zoe Justice (9th) scored two points

vs. Mount Pisgah: L 25-42
*Shelby Wingate (12th) scored 19 points
*Mariana Hough (10th) and Avery Fassnacht (10th) each scored two points

Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Walker: L 54-70
*AJ Hopkins (11th) had 16 points and made eight rebounds
*Julian Munoz (12th) scored 11 points and had three steals
*Devonte Watson (11th) had 10 points with five assists

vs. Mount Pisgah: W 44-39
*AJ Hopkins (11th) led the team with 22 points, six rebounds, and two assists
*Deuce Miller (9th) scored six points and had nine rebounds
*Myles Redding (10th) had five assists
*Eric Little (10th) made two blocks and five rebounds

Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Walker: W 67-21

vs. Mount Pisgah: W 52-51
*Vincent Clark (10th) led the team, scoring 27 points
*John Johnson (9th) scored 10 points

Boys Gold Basketball
vs. Cumberland Christian: L 50-38

vs. Fellowship Christian: W 41-13

vs. Kings Ridge: W 37-29
*Top scorers were Callum Neese (7th), Cannon Richards (7th), Ian Weihe (7th), and Thomas Figaretti (7th)
*The boys played great defense to secure the win

Boys Blue Basketball
vs. Cumberland Christian: W 65-51
*The team had a 25-point lead in the 3rd quarter to win the game
*Charlie Dew (8th) scored 29 points

vs. Fellowship Christian: W 47-36
*The WolfPack had eight three-pointers
*Reilly Cullen (8th) had eight points

vs. Kings Ridge: W 55-47
*Charlie Dew (8th) scored 19 points
*Jonathan Cassady (8th) had 11 points

Girls Middle School Basketball
vs. Fellowship Christian: W 22-19
*A’liyah Warrick (8th) led the team with 14 points in the Pack's first win of the season
*Danielle Trovato (8th) scored four points
*Megan Calloway (7th) and Zoey Arrington (8th) each scored two points

vs. Kings Ridge: W 27-21
*The Pack’s defense defeated a very talented Kings Ridge team
*The entire team worked extremely hard to capitalize on the rebounds and fast breaks
*Elizabeth Morris (7th) had a stellar first quarter, scoring 6 of the Pack's first points

Varsity Wrestling
Tri-meet vs Osborne and Pebblebrook
vs. Pebblebrook: L 34-38
vs. Osborne: W 42-36
*Individual wins against Pebblebrook were: Jaden Griffith (11th) 195 lb won his match 10-6
*Collin Schuster (9th) 160 lb, Jake Moorer (9th) 152 lb, and Grant Young (9th) 126 lb all won by pin
*Against Osborne, Judge Swann (11th) 220 lb, Jaden Sass (11th) wrestling up to HWT
*Grant Young (9th) 126 lb, Sikes McRae (9th) 145 lb, Jake Moorer (9th) 152 lb, and Collin Schuster (9th) 160 lb all had wins by pin

Middle School Wrestling
vs. North Cobb Christian School
*The WolfPack won 20 out of 34 matches
*WolfPack wrestlers fought extremely hard all the way to the very last match

Bear Brawl Tournament
*The WolfPack wrestlers took 4th place out of 13 teams

Varsity Swimming
vs. Marist vs. Mt. Vernon
*Both the girls 200 medley and 200 free relay teams had state qualifying times
*Emilie Grand’Pierre (12th) was 1st in the 200 IM and qualified for state
*Amanda King (9th) was 1st in the 50 free and qualified for state

Middle School Swimming
vs. Wesleyan School: Girls 2nd Place, Boys 3rd Place
*1st place finishes were Amanda Miller (8th) in the 200 IM, Ari Marreo (8th) in both the 50 free and 100 free, and Stanton Zwggart (5th) in the 500 free
*The girls 400 free relay team of Armala Miller (8th), Catherine Browne (6th), Sarah Kate Smith (7th), and Ari Marreo (8th) also came in 1st place
*2nd place finishers were Ilsa Messner (8th), Stanton Zwggart (5th), Armala Miller (8th), Will Overstreet (8th), Tucker Mansfield (7th), the boys 400 free relay, and the girls 200 medley relay

Middle School Tennis
Metro 10 Championship
*The girls won their first round against St. Francis which qualified them for the semi-final round
*Although they lost to Kings Ridge in the semi-final round, the girls had an awesome season making it to the final four in the Metro 10 championship
*The boys qualified for a bye the first found and beat Mt. Bethel in the semi-final round, then fell to Pinecrest in the finals in a hard fought match in which the final score was 2-3
*What an amazing season for all the players!