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WolfPack Weekly Roundup: October 15, 2018
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/15/2018

Last week was a calmer one for the WolfPack as we competed in six athletic events. Our varsity volleyball season came to a close after the area tournament, our JV football team earned a 58-14 win over Mount Pisgah, and varsity cross-country competed in the Pickens Invitational where junior runner Devin Wade earned first place overall! Check out the recaps below for more details on these athletic events and others!

This week we’ll have the opportunity to cheer on the WolfPack as Middle School tennis competes in their first match, Middle School cross-country competes in the rescheduled Metro10 meet, and Middle School football teams begin playoff schedules. We’ll also travel to Walker on Friday night to cheer on our varsity football team as they take on the Wolverines! You can click here for our full athletic calendar, or check out individual team schedules and records by clicking here. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon in the stands and on the sidelines!

Go Pack!
Danny Ryan
 
Sports Recaps

Varsity Volleyball
Area Volleyball Tournament:
vs. Walker: L 3-25, 14-25
vs. Christian Heritage: L 17-25, 20-25
*The team finished off their season at the Area Tournament. The girls worked hard all season and had some great matches.

Varsity Cross-County
Pickens Invitational
*Devin Wade (11th) won the entire meet with a time of 16:04
*Curry Patton (9th) and Tyler Wilkes (9th) both had lifetime PRs

JV Football
vs. Mt Pisgah: W 58-14
*Joel McKinney (10th) three for three passing touchdowns
*Justin Tinch (11th) had two receiving touchdowns and one rushing touchdown
*Jackson Lewis (11th) and Ethan Garrett (10th) had one rushing touchdown each
*Juanes Henao (9th) had one receiving touchdown
*Ashton Vreeland (9th) ended the game with a powerful rushing touchdown
*Howard Allen (9th) had a kick off return for a touchdown
*Henry Hamilton (9th) led the pack defense in tackles but Gabe Macklemore (11th) ended the game by tackling the Pisgah quarterback for a safety

Middle School Football
vs. Milton: L 6-28
*Andrew Glover (7th) and Caleb Lavelle (8th) made big defensive contributions
*Ayden Duncanson (8th) had an interception and a run for a TD

5/6 Grade Football
vs. Milton: L 0-6
*The Wolfpack succumbed to their first loss against a very tough and undefeated Milton Steelers team that came down to the last play in overtime
*For breast cancer awareness, surviving family members were made honorary captains and walked with their player out to the field. The team wore pink socks in unity and raised more than $1,000!