WolfPack Weekly Roundup: November 26, 2018
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 11/26/2018

Welcome back, WolfPack! We hope you had a restful and encouraging Thanksgiving break.

Before the break began, the Pack worked around a rain-altered schedule to earn Middle School basketball victories over Mt. Bethel as well as compete in a varsity basketball tournament and Middle School swim meet. You can find recaps from these events and others in the recaps below.

The WolfPack is excited to return this week and compete in events both at home and away. We’ll be cheering on the Pack through nine basketball games, three wrestling matches, two tennis matches, and one swim meet. You can click here for our full athletic calendar. Be sure to join us in the stands soon to cheer on the WolfPack!

Go Pack!
Danny Ryan
Athletic Director
Sports Scores

Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Woodland: W 60-51
*AJ Hopkins (11th) scored 18 points, four blocks, and had 10 rebounds
*Devonte Watson (11th) scored 16 points and had seven assists
*Julian Munoz (12th) scored seven points and had five rebounds
*Miles Redding (10th) had four assists and three steals

vs. Hillgrove: L 47-57
*AJ Hopkins (11th) lead the Pack with 17 points and 10 rebounds
*Devonte Watson (11th) scored 11 points and Julian Munoz (12th) scored 10 points

vs. North Cobb: L 37-72

Girls MS Basketball
vs. Mt. Bethel: L 21-31
*A'liyah Warrick (8th) scored eight points and Claire Watson (8th) scored five points
*Megan Calloway (7th) scored six points
*Zoe Arrington (8th) scored both of her free throw shots and played great defense

Boys Gold Basketball
vs. Mt. Bethel: W 39-32
*Cannon Richards (7th) scored 16 points, had seven rebounds, and four blocks
*Callum Neese (7th) scored 11 points and Emery McCurdy (6th) came away with four steals

Boys MS Blue Basketball
vs. Mt. Bethel: W 53-44

Middle School Swimming
vs. Lovett, Holy Innocents, and First Presbyterian
*The watery WolfPack came in 2nd place overall with the girls placing 2nd and the boys placing 3rd
*The team had many personal bests

@ Cobb Central Aquatic Center
*The WolfPack swam against seven other schools with the combined teams coming in 2nd place
*The girls came in 3rd overall and the boys 2nd overall

Varsity Wrestling
vs. North Atlanta High School: Tie 36-36
*Grant Young, 132 (9th) and Jake Moorer, 160 (9th) each had wins by pin
*Jaden Sass, 220 (11th) won by technical fall 17-3 against North Atlanta
*Judge Swann, 220 (11th) won an exhibition match against North Atlanta

vs. Mt. Pisgah: L 12-63

@ Spartan Scramble: vs. Greater Atlanta Christian
*Jake Moorer, 152 (9th) won two matches by pin
*Grant Young, 126 (9th) won 6-5 and won another by pin