WolfPack Weekly Roundup: August 21, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 8/21/2017

The WolfPack is back for a new school year!

Our fall athletic teams have been working hard in preparation for the season ahead. Our JV volleyball, varsity softball, varsity cross-country, and Middle School football teams have begun competition schedules, and in the coming week, the Middle School and varsity volleyball teams and the varsity football team will begin game schedules as well.

As we all get back into the rhythm of the school year, I’d like to share some of the best ways you can keep up with WolfPack athletics.
  • Morning Announcements: We’ll report scores the morning after games have occurred, and you can check back here for an update from me each Monday followed by more detailed recaps of the games that occurred in the last week. Click "read more" below for last week's recaps.
  • Whitefield website: The athletics page on our website stays updated with our recent results and upcoming games... Check it out!
  • Athletic Schedule: Find our overall athletic schedule here, and find schedules for specific teams here.
  • Twitter: You can keep up with the WolfPack by following @WAWolfPack on Twitter.
I’m looking forward to another exciting year of cheering on the WolfPack with you!

Danny Ryan
Athletic Director
Sports Recaps: August 14-20, 2017

Varsity Softball
vs. Campbell: Loss 5-13
*Lindsey Fry (9th) opened the game with a double in her first varsity at-bat
*Madison Dourron (11th) was 3-3 with an RBI and a run scored

vs. Galloway: Loss 8-16
*Amilya Little (11th) was 3-3 with a triple, two homeruns, and 6 RBIs
*Kara Martin (9th) was 2-2 with one run

JV Volleyball
vs. Pace Academy: Loss (2-25, 8-25, 10-25)
*Outstanding block by Temi Ijiwoye (12th) and a kill from Hailey Blu (10th)
*Anna Bracher (10th) held down back row defense, and Jessie Sutherland (10th) made some great plays as setter

Varsity Cross Country
Kosh Classic: Boys placed 8th out of 11, Girls placed 8th out of 9
*Emily Little placed 5th overall
*Devin Wade placed 11th overall
*Strong debuts from Robert Matherne and Karalese Wehner