Athletics

WolfPack Weekly Roundup: October 2, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 10/2/2017

Last week held senior nights, a College Recruitment Night, 22 athletic events, and the end of regular-season games for the volleyball and softball teams.

A special congratulations is due to the varsity boys cross-country team, who was tied for first place in GHSA state rankings following their last meet. Team scores have been led by Devin Wade, who ran a 5k time of 16:57 at the last meet and was named by MileSplit Georgia as the GHSA Runner of the Week for the week of September 17. The Pack will continue their season on October 7 at the Asics Invitational in Douglasville!

Middle School teams have also had great seasons this fall. Assistant Athletic Director for Middle School Sports Crissy Watkins shared an update with our Middle School families on Friday; click here for season highlights, upcoming events, and information on the start of the Middle School winter athletic season.

You can find more recaps from our athletic events below!

This week, we’re looking forward to Lower School night at Friday’s varsity football game against Fellowship Christian! We'll be recognizing our Lower School students, cheering alongside Lower School cheerleaders, and enjoying Cloud 9 Kettle Corn. Plan to join us on Friday for this awesome event! Click here for our full athletic calendar.

Go Pack!
Danny Ryan
Athletic Director
Sports Recaps: September 25 - October 1, 2017

Varsity Softball
vs. Mount Paran: Loss 0-13
*Kaley Talley (11th) was 1-2

vs. Mount Pisgah: Loss 4-12

vs. Fellowship Christian: Loss 0-16
*Kaley Talley (11th) was 1-2 with a double
*Maya Mancle (10th) and Madison Dourron (11th) each had one hit

MS Softball
vs. Fellowship Christian: Win 15-10
*Ilsa Messner (7th) batted leadoff, getting 3 walks, stealing 2 bases and scoring three runs
*Madison Johnson (8th) pitched 3 innings, had 2 singles and 2 walks, and scored 4 runs, while batting in one run and stealing a base
*Ellery Young (8th) had 2 walks and 2 singles, had 4 RBIs, and scored 3 runs
*Zoe Justice (8th) had 2 RBIs
*Sarah Berry (7th) in her first plate appearance had a walk, stole 2nd base and scored a run

vs. St. Francis: Loss 3-8
*Madison Johnson (8th) pitched six innings, scored two runs, and had 6 strikeouts
*Zoe Justice (8th) had 8 putouts at first base
*Joey Martin (7th) made an unassisted double play
*Ilsa Messner (7th) had two RBIs

vs. Paideia: Win 12-9
*Claire Watson (7th), Ellery Young (8th) and Brooke French (6th) combined to pitch the team to a victory
*Brooke French (6th) played at 2nd and 3rd during the game, scored a run, and had 2 RBIs
*Ilsa Messner (7th) played the game as catcher (her first game at that position) and as leadoff batter she had a single and 2 walks, while scoring a run, stealing a base, and getting 2 RBIs
*Zoe Justice (8th) had two stolen bases and scored 2 runs
*Peri Weilacher (7th)  had 2 walks, stole a base and scored 2 runs

vs. Mt. Vernon: Loss 0-10
*Ellery Young (8th) pitched the 5 inning game and had 3 strikeouts, with 3 assists on outs
*Kathryn Moorer (6th) started in left field and made two spectacular catches on line drives
*Joey Martin (7th) went 2 for 3 and stole two bases while defensively she made an out and had two assists
*Zoe Justice (8th) had a double and a single offensively, and defensively she made 7 outs at first base

Co-Ed MS Cross Country
vs. Providence Christian
*Both the girls’ and boys’ teams finished in 1st place at the Providence Christian meet
*The girls’ team finished in first place with a score of 35 points. Ruby Little (6th) finished 1st overall with a time of 12:42 on this 3K course, Adie Henderson (7th) and Jessica Blackburn (5th) finished in 2nd and 5th place overall, and Natalie McKinney (5th) and Emma Kate Douglas (5th) rounded out the winning girls’ team.
*The boys’ team finished in first place with a score of 28 points. John Johnson (8th) led the boys’ team and finished in 2nd place overall with a time of 11:38 on this 3K course, Taylor Wade (7th), Sebastian Nandkeolyar (8th), and Riley Hugues (5th) finished 4th, 5th, and 6th overall, while Jaden Jones (8th), Blaise Richburg (8th), and Perry LeBlanc (8th) rounded out the top 7 spots for the boys’ team.

Varsity Volleyball
vs. Kings Ridge: Win (25-23, 25-17)

vs. Pace: Loss (13-25, 10-25)

vs. St. Francis: Loss (22-25, 25-21, 17-25)

vs. North Atlanta High School: Loss 0-3

JV Volleyball
vs. Kings Ridge: Win (9-25, 25-20, 25-22)
*Team total of 13 aces, with Brooke Bergeron (9th) scoring 6 aces
*Team total of 13 kills

vs. North Atlanta High School: Loss (9-25, 22-25)
*Temi Ijiwoye (12th), Sky Johnson (9th), and Siri Gulledge (9th) all had aces
*Sky Johnson (9th) and Brooke Bergeron (9th) each had a kill

vs. Fellowship Christian: Loss (4-25, 4-25)
*1 kill by Kaylee Burnett (9th)

vs. Kings Ridge: Loss (22-25, 18-25)
*Team total of 7 aces and 9 kills

MS Blue Volleyball
vs. Mount Vernon: Loss (20-25, 11-25)
*Elise Smith (8th) had a string of strong serves in the first game
*The team had some great digs

vs. Mount Paran: Loss (14-25, 12-25)
*Rylie Keeble (8th) and Raymie Lewis (8th) had a great game with numerous digs and good passing
*Blue Team continued to improve all season and impress with their pass, set, hit combinations and strong serves

MS Gold Volleyball
vs. Mount Vernon: Loss (16-25, 25-22, 25-15)
*Danielle Trovato (7th) had great saves throughout the game
*Addie Ellis (7th) and Shelby Fuller led the team with strong serves
*The Pack is learning to keep energy high and encourage each other from the bench

vs. Mount Paran: Loss (26-24, 20-25, 6-15)
*Pack finished their season well, setting up the ball and getting three touches regularly
*The team improved drastically over the course of the season

Varsity Football
vs. St. Francis: Win 24-7
*Thomas Joiner (12th) and KJ Cainion (12th) each ran for a TD
*Austin Sumter (12th) had 1 receiving TD
*Coleman Miller (12th) had a sack and a forced fumble
*Matthew Sumlin (11th) had a FG

MS Football
vs. Mount Vernon: Win 21-7
*Ayden Duncanson (7th) had 2 TDs
*Howard Allen (8th) had a pick 6 to seal the win