Latest Scores
Friday 11/17/2017 Varsity Football vs. Prince Avenue Christian - Second Round of State Playoffs - WHITE OUT Location: Prince Avenue Christian L 7-33
Thursday 11/16/2017 Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Cumberland Christian Location: Cumberland Christian W 55-41
Thursday 11/16/2017 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Cumberland Christian Location: Cumberland Christian L 11-65
Thursday 11/16/2017 Middle School Tennis vs. Kings Ridge Location: HOME Boys L 0-5, Girls L 1-4
Wednesday 11/15/2017 Middle School Tennis vs. Mount Pisgah Location: Mount Pisgah Boys W 3-2, Girls L 2-3
Tuesday 11/14/2017 Boys Blue Basketball vs. Cumberland Christian Location: HOME L 45-47
Tuesday 11/14/2017 Boys Gold Basketball vs. Cumberland Christian Location: HOME W 28-22
Tuesday 11/14/2017 Girls Middle School Basketball vs. Cumberland Christian Location: HOME L 26-42
Tuesday 11/14/2017 Middle School Tennis vs. Walker Location: HOME Boys W 4-1, Girls L 1-4
Saturday 11/11/2017 Boys Varsity Basketball vs. South Cobb High - Scrimmage Location: South Cobb High L 57-66
Saturday 11/11/2017 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. South Cobb High - Scrimmage Location: South Cobb High L 6-17
Saturday 11/11/2017 Boys Blue Basketball - Tipoff Classic vs. Pace Academy: W 32-31 vs. Paulding County: W 47-39 vs. Pebblebrook: L 14-44

Welcome to the WolfPack

The Athletic Program at Whitefield encompasses almost 90 percent of the Upper School and Middle School student body each year. In its brief history, Whitefield has competed in ten GHSA State Championships, earned six state championships and sent more than 100 graduates to compete professionally or in the NCAA. Whitefield fields 56 sports teams: including 21 varsity teams representing basketball, soccer, football, tennis, track and field, cross country, baseball, softball, wrestling, volleyball, golf, swimming, lacrosse, and cheerleading. Athletic programs for middle school students, including a fifth and sixth grade football team, prepare student athletes for varsity levels and beyond.

Whitefield also has comprehensive Strength & Conditioning and Sports Medicine programs, including a full-time athletic training staff committed to providing preventative care, immediate attention to injury, and rehabilitation services for athletes.

Coaches at Whitefield understand that an athletic program serves to accomplish much more than building athletic skill; the attitudes and actions practiced on the field or court are often a reflection of the way adversities in life are approached. Our coaches act as mentors and are committed to preparing students to honor Christ in all areas of life.

Danny Ryan
Athletic Director
Danny Ryan is Whitefield Academy's athletic director, overseeing all athletic teams as well as the school's sports medicine and athletic training programs. He has been at Whitefield since 2008 and previously served as assistant athletic director and head athletic trainer. In those roles, Ryan provided athletes with instruction on the care and treatment of the body through proper nutrition, exercise, and rest. Ryan regularly addressed the needs of athletes with sprains or other injuries and applied appropriate medical treatment in conjunction with team physicians. Ryan also developed the Student WolfPack Athletic Training (SWAT) program for students interested in learning the basics of athletic training and assisting at sporting events. Before coming to Whitefield he had a seasonal internship with the Tampa Bay Rays and was a graduate assistant at Georgia Tech. He has an undergraduate degree in athletic training and sports medicine from the University of South Florida. Ryan is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and is licensed and certified in the state of Georgia.