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WolfPack Weekly Roundup: February 12, 2018
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 2/12/2018

Last week held the end of our varsity girls basketball season and the beginning of many of our spring athletic programs.

The JV tennis team claimed victories over Providence Christian in their second match of the season, while the varsity boys soccer team had us on the edge of our seats in a hard-fought, overtime match against the often state-ranked Paideia on Tuesday. Friday held the varsity girls soccer home-opener against Holy Innocents along with JV and varsity boys soccer games as well as away games for our varsity baseball and Middle School lacrosse teams.

For recaps of these events and more, click “read more” below.

This week, we’ll find out if our varsity boys basketball team makes it to state playoffs, while our varsity lacrosse and baseball competition schedules will pick up speed. Soccer teams will continue to compete as well as hold tryouts for Middle School athletes. Varsity track has been working hard to prepare for their first meet this weekend, and we’re excited to cheer them on! Click here for the full athletic calendar.

Go WolfPack!
Danny Ryan

Sports Recaps: February 5-11, 2018

Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Mt. Pisgah, L 18-41

Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Kings Ridge, W 59-44
*Leading scorers: Devonte Watson (10th) 16 points, AJ Hopkins (10th) 14 points

vs. Fellowship Christian, L 53-58

JV Tennis
vs. Providence Christian, Boys W 3-2, Girls W, 5-0
*Singles wins: Wesley Mitchell (10th), Isabelle Jordan (9th), Olivia Veenendaal-Casper (11th), Barrett Bynum (10th)
*Doubles wins: Tyler Fay (9th) and Alex Schulte (10th), Mary Rose Schwartzkopf (9th) and Josie Levy (10th), Kayleigh Golden (9th) and Maddie King (10th)

Girls Varsity Soccer
vs. Paideia, L 0-2
*Adiyah Thomas (9th) had 4 saves in goal

vs. Holy Innocents', L 0-1
*After goalkeeper Adiyah Thomas (9th) went down with an injury, Claire Browne (11th) stepped in and played very well in goal.
*The backline also played extremely well in the contest.

Boys Varsity Soccer
vs. Paideia, L 3-4 (OT)
vs. Holy Innocents', W 3-0


JV Boys Soccer
vs. Paideia, W 4-2
vs. Holy Innocents', W 2-0


Varsity Baseball
vs. South Paulding High School (scrimmage), L 6-8