WolfPack Weekly Roundup: September 5, 2017
Categories: General, Athletics
Posted: 9/5/2017

Last week, the WolfPack claimed victories against The Kings Academy, Kings Ridge, and Atlanta Girls School. Highlights from the week included our second football game as well as a full game schedule on Thursday, during which all four of our volleyball teams competed in addition to JV and Middle School football. We had a plethora of opportunities to cheer for the Pack and many great moments to get excited about.

In addition to these athletic events, we also had some great team- and program-building moments. On Wednesday, our varsity volleyball team took some time to get to know JV and Middle School players, helping them set goals for the season, answering their questions, and letting them know that they have supporters in the players that are older. It’s great to see the WolfPack come together not only to compete in athletics, but also to mentor and encourage one another.

This week, we’re looking forward to 20 athletic events, one of which is our home opener for the varsity football team. We can’t wait to back the Pack on Friday night! During halftime of this game, we’ll honor our state champion soccer team, and throughout the game, we’ll enjoy snow cones from the Kona Ice truck, so be sure to join us on Friday at 7 p.m. at WolfPack Stadium!

Go Pack,
Danny Ryan
Athletic Director
Sports Recaps: August 28 - September 4, 2017

Varsity Volleyball
vs. Atlanta Girls School: Win (25-19, 25-23, 25-22)
*Annie Hamilton (10th) and Katie Cella (12th) had 8 aces and 5 aces, respectively
*Mary Kate Eaton (12th) had 5 kills

vs. North Atlanta High: Loss (23-25, 21-25, 22-25)

vs. The Kings Academy: Loss (19-25, 15-25)
*Katie Cella (12th) had 2 aces and 5 kills
*Annie Hamilton (10th) had 2 aces and 3 kills

vs. Mt. Bethel: Loss (18-25, 12-25)

JV Volleyball
vs. Atlanta Girls School: Win (25-21, 25-27)
*Team had a total of 16 aces with 9 kills and 3 blocks
*Leaders were Sky Johnson (9th), Paulina Bilotti (10th), Siri Gulledge (9th) and Anna Bracher (10th)

vs. North Atlanta High: Loss (4-25, 11-25)
*The team had 3 aces and 3 kills

MS Gold Volleyball
vs. Fellowship Christian: Loss (15-25, 14-25)
*Great defensive plays by Danielle Trovato (7th) and Elizabeth Soud (7th)
*MS Gold did well defensively and worked well together as a team

MS Blue Volleyball
vs. Fellowship Christian: Loss (16-25, 15-25)
*The match was highlighted by great serving from Amanda King (8th) and Caroline Schmitt (8th)
*Defensively, Elise Smith (8th) made some great plays both at the net and on the back row
*The team continues to improve with many pass, set, hit combinations

Varsity Softball
vs. Kings Ridge: Loss 2-8
*Maya Mancle (10th) was 2-4 with 2 runs (one on a steal of home)

MS Softball
vs. North Cobb Christian: Loss 9-18
*Brook French (6th) started as catcher and leadoff hitter, had two walks, a single, and had 3 stolen bases while scoring 3 runs for the team.
*Joey Martin (7th) started at shortstop, caught two pop-ups, had two hits in 3 at bats, scored 2 runs, and had 2 RBIs
*Claire Watson (8th) started at 2nd base, caught a pop up, assisted on another fielding play, had 2 hits and a walk in 3 at bats, had a stolen base, scored a run, and had 1 RBI

Varsity Football
vs. Mount Pisgah: Loss 7-35
*Luke Persons (12th) passed for 144 yards
*Austin Sumter (12th) had 62 receiving yards on 6 catches
*Thomas Joiner (12th) had 1 rushing touchdown

JV Football
vs. Mount Paran: Loss 14-30
*Joel McKinney (9th) led the way with 2 touchdown runs
*Eric Little (9th) led the team in rushing
*Myles Redding (9th) and David Alan Stith (9th) recovered fumbles

MS Football
vs. The Kings Academy: Win 38-6
*Howard Allen (8th), Ayden Duncanson (7th), and John Cassady (7th) had touchdowns
*Great interceptions by John Cassady (7th) and Reilley Cullen (7th)

5-6 Grade Football
vs. Kings Ridge: Win 14-0
*Ian Weihe (6th) ran for 55 YDs and scored two TDS
*Aaron Schuster (6th) rushed for 70 YDs and converted an extra point
*Drew Heiskell (6th) had several key punts to help with field position
*Christian Wiggins (6th) played an exceptional game on defense, including a bone-rattling sack to force a fumble which led to a Whitefield score