Athletic News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • Varsity Boys Basketball Round-Up

    The Wolves bested West Hall on the road in a defensive struggle 44-38 to secure a crucial region win.  Scoring was led by Josh Kavel with 12, Thomas Chipman with 10, Brayden Tidwell with 8, and Derwin Hodge blocked 5 shots.

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  • Varsity Girls Basketball Round-Up

    Johanna Potter led scoring with 18 as the Wolves topped West Hall 71-16.  Desiree Davis added 17 and 9 rebounds.
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  • Chit Chat Wright Scores 1000th Point

    Junior Chit-Chat Wright became the 16th Wesleyan Wolf to ever score 1000 points in the Girls Basketball program last Tuesday against White County.  Wright plays point guard for the Wolves, and currently leads the team in scoring.  For her accomplishment, and her 27 point effort against the #2 Buford Wolves, she's been nominated for Gwinnett Daily Post Athlete of the Week, which you can vote for at this link.
  • Roman Reynolds Named GDP Super 6

    Senior Soccer player Roman Reynolds has been named to the Gwinnett Daily Post's Super 6 team for the county ahead of the 2023 campaign.  Roman booted 25 goals for the Wolves in 2022.
  • Grayson Balloon Named GDP Super 6

    Senior Grayson Balloon was recently named to the Gwinnett Daily Post Super 6 Team for Tennis this upcoming season.  Grayson led the Wolves to a State Championship from his #1 singles position in 2022.
  • Lauren Tucker Named GDP Super 6

    Sophomore Lauren Tucker was recently named to the Gwinnett Daily Post's Super 6 Team ahead of the 2023 Tennis campaign.  Tucker played #2 singles for the 2022 State Champion Wolves.
  • Cady Triplett '23

    4 Girls Soccer Wolves Honored as Preseason All-State

    Congratulations to Senior Cady Triplett and Junior Lainey Jerding for being named to the Preseason First Team All-State team according to, and Juniors Olivia Cardile and Laurel Edge for earning Honorable Mention honors!
  • Varsity Swimming Round-Up

    Metro Swim & Dive Championship meet at Westminster has been completed and what a meet it was! After long day of competition our girls’ and boys’ teams finish 6th and 3rd, respectively, which continues our streak of top 10 finishes at Metro.  Congratulations to all swimmers and divers for performing at a high level against tough competition. It is difficult to choose a meet highlight but any one of the four individual state cuts or Hattie Wasmuth’s first place finishes in both the 200IM & 500 free would certainly be good choices! Thank you to everyone who came out to support the team a big thank you to everyone who assisted with the many behind the scenes logistics needed put the team in a position to succeed. We now turn our attention to the state meet at GA Tech in less than two weeks.

    Metro Top 20 finishes:
    Relay Events –
    Girls 200 Medley Relay, 8th
    Woods, Stewart, Friedman, Harrison
    Girls 200 Free Relay, 6th 
    Friedman, Harrison, Wasmuth, Hosier
    Girls 400 Free Relay, 5th
    Harrison, Chapman, Hosier, Wasmuth (Stewart prelims)
    Boys 200 Free Relay, 5th
    Weidle, Worgo, Wasmuth, Perry 
    Boys 400 free relay, 7th
    Neeb, Homan, Wasmuth, Perry
    Individual Events –
    Reagan Beaty, 20th diving
    Ansley Chapman, 19th 50 free & 18th 100 free
    Lily Corbitt, 17th 100 breast
    Mary Caroline Harrison, 12th 50 free
    Vivian Hosier, 5th 50 free & 8th 100 free
    Caroline Stewart, 15th 100 free & 8th 100 breast
    Abbey Suits, 7th diving
    Helen Wanjohi, 16th 100 back
    Hattie Wasmuth, 1st 200 IM & 1st 500 free *2X Metro Meet Champion!*
    Mary Margaret Woods, 20th 100 free & 20th 100 back
    Ryan Cowart, 20th 50 free & 19th 100 back
    Ray Homan, 5th 100 free & 11th 100 back
    JJ Neeb, 7th 50 free & 9th 100 free
    David Ohayon, 12th 200 free & 4th 500 free
    Max Perry, 2nd 50 free & 4th 100 free
    Henry Wasmuth, 6th 200 free & 5th 100 fly
    Paul Weidle, 8th 50 free & 16th 100 breast
    Connor Worgo, 19th 200 free & 20th 100 free
    New State Cuts:
    Mary Caroline Harrison – 50 free
    Ray Homan – 100 free
    JJ Neeb – 50 free & 100 free
    New Top Ten Times:
    Hattie Wasmuth – 200 IM, 7th 2:07.45 & 2nd 500 free, 5:09.29
    Caroline Stewart – 100 breast, 6th 1:13.10
    Max Perry – 50 free, 8th 22.25

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  • Varsity Wrestling Round-Up

    On Saturday, the Wrestling Wolves hosted Pinecrest, GACS, Seckinger, and North Murray. The Wolves went 3-1, defeating North Murray, GACS, and Pinecrest, but falling to Seckinger by two points in their final dual. The Wolves hope to take this momentum into their Senior Night duals this upcoming Thursday at Home in the Hoover Mezzanine. 
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  • Tucker Cannon '16

    Wesleyan School inducts Cannon, Kavel, and Reed into the Athletic Circle of Honor

    On Friday, Jan. 6, Wesleyan School inducted the 2023 class to the Wesleyan School Athletic Circle of Honor. This year’s inductees were Tucker Cannon ‘16, Jameson Kavel ‘17, and Kylie Reed ‘16. 
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Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Tucker Cannon '16

    Wesleyan School inducts Cannon, Kavel, and Reed into the Athletic Circle of Honor

    On Friday, Jan. 6, Wesleyan School inducted the 2023 class to the Wesleyan School Athletic Circle of Honor. This year’s inductees were Tucker Cannon ‘16, Jameson Kavel ‘17, and Kylie Reed ‘16. 
  • Coxhead Named Academic All-District

    Liam Coxhead '18 recently earned Academic All-District honors from the organization of College of Sports Communicators!  Coxhead played in 17 games this season and started the final seven for the Bears. The midfielder from Peachtree Corners, Georgia had one assist this season which came in a win versus VMI in October. Coxhead is an Industrial Engineering and engineering management major.  To qualify for the College Sports Communicators Academic All-District Team, each of these students was required to maintain at least a 3.5 GPA while playing in a majority of the team's games. 
  • James Ramsey ‘08 inducted into FSU Athletics Hall of Fame

    James Ramsey ‘08 was recently inducted in the Florida State University (FSU) Athletics Hall of Fame.  
  • Druw Jones '22

    Druw Jones '22 drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks

    Wesleyan School graduate Druw Jones ’22 was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks as the second overall selection in last night’s Major League Baseball draft.

    A Wesleyan evergreen who attended Wesleyan from kindergarten through twelfth grade, Jones completed his high school baseball career alongside his teammates and coaches when the team won the state championship in May of this year. This summer, Jones was named the Gatorade Georgia Baseball Player of the Year, and he is a two-time Gwinnett Daily Post high school baseball player of the year. Jones currently holds Wesleyan School records for career and single season batting average, as well as most hits.
  • Kavel '17 Finalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year

    Jameson Kavel continues to make waves for the Duke Blue Devils in her final year of NCAA eligibility.  This season Kavel has become the Blue Devil career Home Run leader, and Runs Scored leader.  She is poised to also set the mark for career Doubles and RBI.  On the season she sports a .436 average with 15 HR, 42 RBI, and 14 doubles.  For her efforts, USA Softball has named her to the group of 25 finalists for Collegiate Player of the Year.  Click here to read more.
  • Boston Globe profiles David Andrews and his Heart for Service

    The Boston Globe recently profiled David Andrews for his service work in the Boston area.  Click Here to read more!
  • Mikayla Coombs '17

    Mikayla Coombs ’17 named SEC women’s basketball scholar-athlete of the year

    Congratulations to Wesleyan alumna Mikayla Coombs ’17, who was recently named the Southeastern Conference women’s basketball scholar-athlete of the year! Coombs is in her second year playing for the University of Georgia (UGA) after transferring from the University of Connecticut, and she is pursuing a master’s degree in sports management. While at Wesleyan, Coombs led the varsity girls basketball team to a state championship in 2017, as well as state runner-up finishes in 2014 and 2016.
  • Coombs earns spot on SEC Community Service Team

    Mikayla Coombs, a Senior basketball player at UGA, has earned recognition from the Southeastern Conference for her community service work in the Athens area.
  • Wolves in College Lacrosse, Track, and Golf

    Tabitha Conrad, Will Stakel, Jada Richardson, and Mac Howie represent Wesleyan in the College Ranks.
  • 10 Baseball Alums Playing in College

    This Spring, 10 Wesleyan Baseball alums will take the diamond from Hawaii to New Hampshire.