Athletic News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • Middle School Boys Lacrosse Defeats Blessed Trinity

    The middle school boys lacrosse team defeated Blessed Trinity Saturday morning 8-5.

    Top performers:
    Wiley Koch - 12 saves
    Jameson Meyer - 3 goals and 5 assists
    Munch Jones - 3 goals
    Dylan Ausherman - 1 goal
    Carter Fears - 1 goal
    Judson Means -strong defensive performance.

    Congrats to our boys on the win!
  • Middle School Girls Lacrosse Splits Weekend Games

    The middle school girls lacrosse team split their weekend games playing Blessed Trinity tough and defeating GAC 12-4.

    The leading scorers in the game against GAC were Sadie Durke, Jenna Lundstedt, Britain Bridgers and Sarah Wren. Lydie Barnett provided a solid defense and goalie Carolena Pinson had 7 saves in the game.


    Congrats to our middle school girls!
  • Middle School Track Teams Have Another Big Day

    Both Wesleyan middle school track teams had another great showing on Monday afternoon at Henderson Stadium. 

    The boys finished runner-up, while the girls had a big first place finish.

    Will Kennedy, Kyle Edwards and Kyle Baxley each scored double-digit points for the Wolves.

    The Lady Wolves were led in scoring by Tia Hall, Addison Dempsey, MJ James, Avery Williams, and Abby Suits.

    They return to the track next Thursday March 11th at Woodward Academy.
  • Varsity Baseball Continues Winning Ways

    The number one ranked Wesleyan baseball team defeated Redan Monday afternoon 8-3 at home.

    They are now 5-1 on the season. They face crosstown rival GAC on the road Tuesday afternoon at 4:30p.m.

    For the complete recap of yesterday's game  click here
  • JV Baseball Defeats Hebron Christian

    The JV baseball team won their second game of the week Thursday with a huge 6th inning defeating Hebron Christian 15-7.

    Townes Hardy led the way offensively for the Wolves going 3 for 4 with 2 doubles and a triple. He would also drive in 3 runs. Reed Purcell, Schley Gordy, and Will Hillegass each had 2RBI. 

    Tim Hillegass pitched 2 scoreless innings to get the win on the mound.
     
    The JV Wolves are now 2-2 and return to the diamond Saturday at home against Riverwood with a scheduled 12:00p.m. first pitch.


  • Middle School Boys Soccer Ties GAC

    The middle school boys soccer team competed hard Thursday night and they were able to battle to a tie against GAC with the game tying goal coming in the last 10 seconds.

    The Wolves top performers were Rhett Smith with two goals, followed by Michael Smith and Vishaan Pandya with each a goal.

    Alex Allgaier had six saves for the Wolves.

    The middle school boys return to the field Wednesday March 3rd on the road against Cornerstone.
  • Middle School Tennis Off To Hot Start

    The middle school tennis teams are off to a quick and hot start to start their season. They are currently undefeated through three matches this season.

    February 17th 14-1 over Hebron Christian:
    Brendan Wright had a hard fought 8-6 win at second singles, while Ansley Chapman, Henry Anderson, Christian Burns, Mike Hughes and Reeves Moore each won two doubles’ matches for the Wolves.

    February 24th 19-2 over GAC:
    Christian Burns and Tom Hughes pulled out exciting tiebreaking wins to help the Wolves sweep the singles matches. Anna McGowan and Lauren Tucker led the girls, winning both their singles' and doubles' matches.
     
    February 25th defeated Cornerstone 11-5:
    Noah John and David Kwon had a decisive win in doubles as did Henry Anderson in singles to lead the boys. The girls’ winners included Ali Di Lenardo, Ansley Chapman and Madison Milam.

    Middle school tennis returns to the court March 3rd to face Cornerstone on the road.

    Congrats to our middle school team for their early season success!
  • Varsity Boys Soccer Blanks Mt. Pisgah

    The Varsity boys soccer team won their first game of the season Thursday evening over Mt. Pisgah 3-0.

    Alex Cardile, Max Allgaier, and Julian Mola each scored a goal for the Wolves.

    Keeper Alex Kresl earned the shutout.

    The Wolves return to the field Tuesday evening against Wheeler at home with kick set for 7:00p.m.
  • Varsity Girls Lacrosse Knocks Down St. Pius

    The Varsity Lady Wolves lacrosse team soundly defeated visiting St. Pius Thursday evening 16-8.

    For a complete recap of the game click here
  • Varsity Girls Soccer Scores Win Over Mt. Pisgah

    The 2nd ranked Wesleyan girls soccer team defeated 9th ranked Mt. Pisgah Thursday 3-0 to improve to 4-1-1 on the season.

    For the complete story click here
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