News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • Varsity Volleyball Advances in State Playoffs

    The Varsity volleyball team swept St. Francis in a best of five match on Saturday at Holy Innocents'. Wesleyan will face Holy Innocents' on the road in the second round of the state playoffs on Tuesday. See recap here.
  • Girls 4th, Boys 6th at Middle School Cross Country Championships

    The Middle School cross country team competed in the Georgia Middle School State Cross Country Championships on Saturday in Cochran, Georgia. The girls team finished in 4th place out of 14 teams, led by Ali Di Lenardo, Abbey Suits, Skyla Dau, Ansley Tapp, and Charley Jackson. The boys were led by William Thomas, Brendan Wright, Kyle Edwards, Shawn Simmons, Tom Hughes, Asa Phillips and Max Perry, taking 6th place in a field of 18 teams. See full meet results here: girls, boys.
  • Tucker Leads Varsity Girls Cross Country at Coach Wood Meet

    Bella Tucker led the Varsity Girls cross country team at the Coach Wood Invitational on Saturday with a season best time of 19:58. Tucker is the 9th girl in school history to run a sub 20:00 minute time, joining teammate Sophie Villa on this short list. See full meet results here.
  • Varsity Boys Cross Country Competes at Coach Wood Invitational

    The Varsity Boys cross country team placed 16th in the championship race at the Coach Wood Invitational on Saturday. Competing against some of the top runners in Georgia and Alabama, Braden DeBow and Shane Kelly broke through the 17-minute barrier, running personal bests of 16:51 and 16:53, respectively. See full meet results here.
  • Varsity Football Defeats the Mustangs

    The Varsity Football team earned another region win with a defeat of Mt. Vernon Presbyterian on the road on Friday evening. See story here.
  • Wolves Honored By Gwinnett Daily Post

    Congratulations to Trent Bartlett and Josh Aspinwall who were named to the Defensive Honor Roll, and JC French and JD Chipman who made the Offensive Honor Roll.
  • Varsity Volleyball headed to Area Finals

    The Varsity Volleyball team started off the Area Tournament with a loss to Providence, before bouncing back to defeat George Walton and Providence in a second match-up. The Lady Wolves will play Hebron for the Area Championship on Saturday morning at Providence. Congratulations to Wesleyan's All-Area players: Meredith Mangum (1st Team), Alden Pridgen and Riley Bryan (2nd Team), and Grace Carroll (Honorable Mention). See story here.
  • Wesleyan vs. Mount Vernon Broadcast

    Wesleyan vs. Mt. Vernon will be broadcast live on Friday evening beginning at 4:00 p.m. Click here to view broadcast.
  • Wesleyan vs. Mount Vernon Presbyterian Preview

    The Varsity Football team travels to Mount Vernon Presbyterian for an early 4:00 p.m. game on Friday. See game preview here.
  • JV Cross Country Concludes Season at Wesleyan Invitational

    The JV girls and boys cross country teams concluded their seasons at Wesleyan on Wednesday, with the girls taking first place and the boys finishing in fourth place. The girls were led by Bryn Alecxih (4th), Bella Barnes (8th), Rosie Taylor (9th), Hannah Steiner (10th), and Lucy Anderson (11th). The boys got strong finishes from Zach Blanton, Matthew Heup, and Colin George, who ran his best race of the season with a personal best of 22:31. See full meet results here.
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Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Cannon Makes ESPN's Top Ten Plays

    Tucker Cannon, class of 2016, had a touchdown catch for Mercer that made ESPN's Top Ten Plays on Saturday evening. Click here for story and video.
  • A summer of service for Kavel

    Jameson Kavel, class of 2017, spent three weeks this summer learning and serving in South Africa with other athletes from Duke University and Stanford University. See story here.
  • Hat Trick for Lopez

    Abraham Lopez, class of 2018, recorded a hat trick in Oglethorpe's win over Anderson on Friday, scoring all three goals in the first fifteen minutes of the game. See story here.
  • First Goal of the Season for Prince

    Congratulations to Sadie Prince, class of 2018, who scored her first goal of the season to help lead the University of West Georgia to victory over Embry-Riddle on Friday evening. See story here.
  • Hanger Named Conference Player of the Week

    Congratulations to Katia Hanger, class of 2018, who was named the ASUN Defensive Player of the Week. Hanger scored her first collegiate goal for Lipscomb in their win over Colgate on Sunday. See story here.
  • Anderson Provides Offensive Spark for Richmond

    TJ Anderson, class of 2017, scored a goal and dished out an assist in Richmond's win over UNCG on Friday in Richmond, Virginia. See story here.
  • Speedy Cannon Scores on 85-yard touchdown pass

    Tucker Cannon, class of 2016, helped lead the Mercer Bears to victory over Western Carolina on Saturday. Cannon caught an 85-yard strike for a touchdown to record the second longest play from scrimmage in Mercer football history. See story here.


  • Tremble Scores First Career Touchdown

    Tommy Tremble, class of 2018, scored his first career touchdown for Notre Dame in their win over Louisville on Monday. Tremble was the second leading receiver for the Fighting Irish in the win. See story here.
  • Mack Leads By Actions with Quiet Demeanor but Fierce Intensity

    Congratulations to Jordan Mack, class of 2016, who was named a captain for the University of Virginia football team. Leading quietly by his actions, he is described by his coach as the strongest player on the team, one of the fastest, and the hardest worker. Click here for story.

  • Hall Leads Jackets to Victory Over Pitt

    Colin Hall, class of 2017, went 4-4 at the plate to lead Georgia Tech to victory over Pittsburgh on Thursday. See story here.
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