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WolfPack Weekly Roundup: April 18, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 4/18/2017

I hope you all had a relaxing Easter break highlighted with the opportunity to meditate on our Savior’s sacrifice and love!

Last week held victories for our soccer, lacrosse, and baseball teams. You can stay up-to-date on recent WolfPack results through the scoreboard section on the athletics page of our website and through the WolfPack Twitter account. Recaps from the week are also available below!

Be sure to join us tonight as we celebrate our senior athletes involved in spring sports between the varsity girls and boys soccer games. These games are sure to be exciting, as our undefeated varsity boys team will be battling the also undefeated Walker team to earn the #1 seed spot heading into the state tournament. Find information on this game and others in the coming week here.

Go Pack!
Danny Ryan
Athletic Director
Sports Recaps: April 10-17, 2017

Varsity Tennis
vs. Walker: Boys Loss 1-4; Girls Loss 1-4
*Will Thomas won at 3 Singles (1-6, 6-4, 6-4)
*Hannah Morris won at 2 Singles (6-3, 6-7 (2-7), 10-8)

vs. Pinecrest Academy - Boy's Team - Region Play-in Match: Boys Win 3-2
*Christian Knox won at 1 Singles (via forfeit)
*Patrick Spellissy won at 2 Singles (6-0, 6-2)
*Will Thomas won at 3 Singles (6-0, 6-0)

Varsity Lacrosse
vs. Carrollton High School: Win 20-2
*Jonathan Wood and Jack Charles each scored 4 goals, with Thomas Joiner and Mitchell Ryan each scoring 3 goals
*Thomas Joiner had 9 ground balls
*Joseph Schwartz had 2 caused turnovers

vs. Kell: Loss 12-13
*Jonathan Wood scored 6 goals with 2 assists
*Mitchel Ryan scored 3 goals 2 assists
*Joseph Schwartz had 6 ground balls along with 2 caused turnovers

vs. Darlington: Win 14-2
*Goals scored by Jack Charles (6 goals), Carter Dixon (4 goals), Jonathan Wood (2 goals) and Jack Fitzgerald (2 goals)
*Joseph Schwartz had 6 ground balls
*Wills McCutcheon had 4 saves in goal
*The WolfPack won 18 out of 19 face-offs

Varsity Baseball
vs. Fellowship Christian (1 of 2 games): Win 6-4
*Jimmy McCarthy was 3-4 with 3 runs and a home run
*Ian Kennedy hit a 3-run home run in the 7th inning with 2 outs
*Carter Huffman was 2-4 with one RBI and a double

vs. Fellowship Christian (2 of 2 games): Tie 6-6
*Mason Jones was 2-3 with 1 RBI and 2 doubles
*Jimmy McCarthy was 2-3 with 2 doubles and 2 runs
*Ian Kennedy was 1-4 with 1 RBI
*Sam Fuller struck out 13 batters over 6 innings

Middle School Baseball
vs. Eastside Christian: Tie 8-8
*Offense was led by Chandler Huffman, Eric Little, Tayvahr Wright, and Parker Ladd
*Eric Little had 3 stolen bases

vs. Campbell Middle School: Win 12-0
*Jake Petersen pitched a complete game shutout on 52 pitches, giving up only 2 hits while striking out 5 and walking none
*Whitefield defense was flawless, committing no errors and picking a runner off of second base
*Jake Petersen (2-3, RBI, 1 run) and Eric Little (2-2, RBI, 2 runs) led the WolfPack offensively.

vs. Kings Ridge: Loss 4-12
*Chase Watson was 2-3 with 2 runs and a stolen base
*Ethan Parker was 2-3
*Jake Petersen was 2-3 with a run

Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Mount Pisgah: Win 10-0
*Goals scored by Chip Soud (3 goals), Josh Orr (2 goals), William Hellier (2 goals), West Peterson, Matthew Sumlin, and Henry Sanchez

Girls Varsity Soccer
vs. Mount Pisgah: Loss 0-2
*The entire team put forth a strong effort and had great teamwork

Girls Middle School Soccer
vs. Mount Pisgah: Win 3-0
*A'liyah Warrick scored three goals for a hat trick
*Assists by Lindsey Fry and superb defensive plays by Inessa Watson
*Shutout credit goes to Adiyah Thomas and Brooke Bergeron, while midfield was shut down thanks to Lindsey Fry and Joey Martin

vs. Kings Ridge: Win 4-0
*Goals by A'liyah Warrick, Kyla McCurdy, and 2 goals by Lindsey Fry
*Assists by Joey Martin and A'liyah Warrick
*Shutout credited to Adiyah Thomas and Brooke Bergeron
*Great defensive skill by Anna Burkett and Ellie Farrar, with Hannah Decabo and Danielle Trovato

Boys Middle School Soccer
vs. Mount Pisgah: Win 5-0
*Goals scored by Jack Krahel, Scott Hellier, Luke Wilson, Juanes Henao, and Malcolm Grant
*Assists by Scott Hellier, Luke Wilson, John Johnson, and Mason Jones
*Great defense by Jacob Blackburn and a clean sheet by Jack Valentine

vs. Kings Ridge: Win 3-1
*Goals scored by Luke Wilson (2 goals) and Joel McKinney
*John Johnson had a key assist while Matthew Kwon brought the defense
*A stellar midfield play from Micah Messner solidified the win

Boys Varsity Golf
vs. Campbell High School: Loss 195-166
*Jackson Williams had the WolfPack's lowest score with a 44

Middle School Golf
vs. Walker - Boy's Team: Loss 155-147

vs. Walker - Girl's Team: Loss 140-153

Co-Ed Middle School Track
Metro Atlanta MS Championship: Boys came in 2nd place and girls 3rd place.