News Archive


  • March

    Girls Basketball Postseason Awards

    Sandy's Spiel named Wesleyan the most improved team of the 2022-2023 campaign in AAA while also honoring Chit-Chat Wright as AAA player of the year, best scorer in the state, and First Team All-State.  Johanna Potter earned honorable-mention All-State honors.  For more information, click here.

    Chit-Chat Wright and Johanna Potter also earned All-County honors from the Gwinnett Tip-Off Club, while Eva Garabadian was named their player of the month in January.

    On the region level, Chit-Chat Wright was named player of the year, Johanna Potter was named First Team All-Region, Eva Garabadian earned a Second-Team nod, and Londyn Walker, Desiree Davis, and Audrey Ekoue-Bla earned honorable mention status.
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  • Hattie Wasmuth Named Swimmer of the Year

    Congratulations to Sophomore Hattie Wasmuth who was named Swimmer of the Year in the A-AAA classification by the Georgia High School Swim Coaches Association.  Hattie won the individual state championship in the 200 Individual Medley and the 500 Free and was also a member of the state champion 400 Free Relay.  Hattie's efforts helped Wesleyan capture its first ever State Championship in Girls Swimming.
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  • Varsity Boys Golf Round-Up

    The Varsity team finished seventh at the Atlanta Athletic Club High School Invitational in a pool of 14 teams.  Alex Holcomb led the team with a 74 followed closely by Beau Jackson and Andy Scott who both shot 75.
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  • Varsity Girls Golf Round-Up

    The Girls quartet of Cece Miller, Elizabeth Hodges, Makenna Wazevich, and Tatum Terwilliger finished 7th overall at the Brookwood Invitational.  They shot 5 over par as a team.
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  • Varsity Baseball Round-Up

    The Wesleyan Wolves got up off the deck in the top of the 7th inning by scoring 7 runs to snatch a 10-7 victory over Dawson County from the jaws of defeat.  Wesleyan found itself in an early 7-0 hole when Dawson scored 1 run in the first and second innings and 5 runs in the 3rd inning.  From the 4th inning on, Wesleyan scored 10 unanswered runs—3 in the 4th and 7 in the 7th.  Schley Gordy had 4 hits on the night including a tie-breaking 3-run homer in the 7th that would end up being the difference in the final score.  Dominick Scalese also hit a 3-run homer to kickoff the Wolves scoring barrage, and he picked up another RBI for a total of 4 RBI on the night.  Forrest Lietz tallied 2 hits and had an RBI.  Stacy Johnson earned the win on the mound by pitching 4 innings of relief to hold the Dawson Tigers down until the Wolves’ bats came alive.  Gordy was credited with the save for pitching a scoreless 7th inning with 2 strikeouts.  Wesleyan is 6-6 on the season and 3-3 in region play.  

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  • Varsity Boys Soccer Round-Up

    The Wesleyan Wolves recorded their third win in the region after defeating Lumpkin county 4-3 in a very tough game. Roman Reynolds and Rhett Smith scored twice each.

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  • Varsity Girls Soccer Round-Up

    The Lady Wolves defeated #2-ranked (AAA) Lumpkin County on the road 2-0.  Junior Lainey Jerding’s 50th career goal put the Wolves on top in the first half after a nice feed from Emma Glazier.  Cady Triplett added goal #2 in the second half on a rocket 25 yards out.  The defense was anchored by Senior Anna Sparks along with Olivia Cardile, Michelle Custis and Mallory Suits.  Senior goalkeeper Alex Edgar posted another shutout.
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  • Varsity Boys Tennis Round-Up

    The Boys defeated Lumpkin Co. 5-0 to stay perfect in the region so far.
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  • Varsity Girls Tennis Round-Up

    The Girls defeated Lumpkin Co. 5-0 to stay perfect in the region so far.

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  • JV Baseball Round-Up

    On Monday, March 6, the Wesleyan JV baseball team split a doubleheader at home with Decatur.
    In the first game, starting pitcher Carter Hayes went the distance, allowing only 1 run, but Decatur made that hold up for a 1-0 victory, as the Wolves offense just couldn't get going. (In addition to a solid start on the mound, Hayes managed the team's only two hits.) Noah Sanders had a standout defensive game behind the plate, cutting down both stolen base attempts by Bulldog runners.
    In the second contest, William Wright threw a complete game shutout, as the Wolves bounced back for a 5-0 victory. Ryley Webb and Hayes had back-to-back extra base hits to lead off the 3rd inning, and Coleman Eldridge led the team with two RBI's. Billy Gingrey, Connor Roush, and Will Jamieson all singled as part of a balanced offensive attack.
    The team is now 6-2 and faces Fellowship Christian on the road for their next matchup.
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  • Ted Russell explains historical context for "The Sound of Music"

    On Thursday, March 2, Ted Russell, social sciences department chair, attended the Wolf Jr. Players rehearsal for their upcoming production of “The Sound of Music.” 
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  • Varsity Girls Basketball Round-Up

    The season came to a close in the Final 4 for the Lady Wolves, falling to Hebron 65-58.  Chit Chat Wright led scoring with 31 followed by Audrey Ekoue-Bla with 10.  Johanna Potter led rebounding with 5.
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  • February

    National Art Honor Society designs art for Passport Club

    The high school National Art Honor Society collaborated with the lower school to create an art display for the Passport Club wall.  
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  • MS Girls Lacrosse Round-Up

    MS Girls Lacrosse won both games on opening weekend.  A strong showing on defense by Maya Okeke caused 3 turnovers for Wesleyan's opponents.  The midfield was led by eighth graders Sarie Rowe (6 goals, 3 assists and 5 ground balls), and Catherine Neu (3 goals, 2 assists and 7 ground balls).  Ansley Jamieson led the attack with 5 goals, 1 assist and 9 ground balls.
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  • Nea Sanders '22 Enters SMU Record Book

    In her Freshman campaign, Nea Sanders is already making her mark on the SMU Indoor Track and Field program and record book.  She recently broke the school record for the 60m dash with a blistering time of 8.71s!
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  • Varsity Wrestling Round-Up

    The Wrestling Wolves finished the 2022-2023 campaign 12th overall in the traditional tournament.  Seniors Jake Neu and Trent Debow finished second in their respective weight classes while Jackson Douglas placed fifth overall.
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  • More than 40 high school students participate in sports medicine program

    During the 2022-2023 school year, Wesleyan had more than 40 students serve varsity sports teams by participating in the sports medicine program. 
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  • Varsity Boys Basketball Round-Up

    After falling to Gilmer 68-47, the Boys team will play for the 3 seed from our region on Saturday at 4:30pm at Dawson County.  Josh Kavel led scoring with 18 in the loss.

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  • Two Wolves Earn GDP Super 6 Golfing Recognition

    Juniors Alex Holcomb and Andy Scott earned Super 6 recognition in Golf ahead of the 2023 campaign.  Read more at this link.
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  • Both Girls and Boys Swim & Dive Crowned State Champs

    Coach Kevin Kadzis
    What a wonderful, remarkable, and thrilling state swim & dive meet at GA Tech! Our divers got the team off to a strong start by earning two top 5 finishes earlier in the week. Then, after an incredible prelim session for our swimmers, the stage was set for an unforgettable evening of competition at the GHSA 1A-3A swim finals on Saturday evening. The historic and fantastic results are already well known, but in case anyone missed it, both our boys’ and girls' teams won their respective swim and dive state championships which marks a significant accomplishment for our athletes. The dual team 1st place finishes mark just the 2nd time in school history (1st being 2020) that both boys’ and girls’ teams have finished in the top 3 in the same season. The boys’ state championship is our third in school history, and first since 2012! Not to be out done, the girls state championship is the first in school history! The fact we accomplished this with just 16 athletes is a testament to everyone doing their best for the good of the team.

    It is an honor to lead our swim & dive program, I am incredibly proud of the entire state team. With 8 new program top 10 times, numerous personal records, and season bests, every single member of the state team performed at the highest level of the season against some of the best competition the state of Georgia has to offer. This has been a memorable season with an exhilarating finish, congratulations to every member of the state team for buying in and accepting their specific role on our team to put us in the position to win two state championships in one meet. Also, thank you to everyone who came to the meet to support our team and worked behind the scenes to help provide everything we needed to perform at such a high level.

    Swimmers & Divers in the top 20 (Scoring Points in 1A – 3A):
    Boys 200 Medley Relay: Homan, Weidle, Neeb, Worgo – 7th
    Boys 200 Free Relay: Homan, Weidle, Wasmuth, Perry – 1st *1A – 3A champions*
    Boys 400 Free Relay: Neeb, Homan, Wasmuth, Perry, – 1st *1A – 3A champions*
    Girls 200 Medley Relay: Woods, Stewart, Friedman, Harrison – 4th
    Girls 200 Free Relay: Hosier, Friedman, Harrison, Wasmuth – 3rd
    (Chapman, 200 Free Relay prelims)
    Girls 400 Free Relay: Hosier, Chapman, Stewart, Wasmuth – 1st *1A – 3A champions*
    (Harrison, Suits, Woods, 400 Free Relay prelims)
    Henry Wasmuth – 200 Free, 5th & 100 Fly, 6th  
    Ray Homan – 100 Free, 7th
    Max Perry – 50 free, 2nd & 100 Free, 6th
    JJ Neeb – 50 free, 15th & 100 Free, 11th
    David Ohayon – 500 Free, 5th
    Hattie Wasmuth – 200 IM, 1st & 500 Free, 1st *2X 1A – 3A individual champion*
    Abbey Suits – Diving, 2nd
    Reagan Beaty – Diving, 4th
    Caroline Stewart – 50 Free, 7th & 100 Breast, 8th
    Lindsay Friedman – 50 Free, 12th
    Vivian Hosier – 200 Free, 4th & 100 Free, 7th
    Mary Caroline Harrison – 50 Free, 11th
    New Top Ten Performances: 8 total at the state meet!
    Boys 200 Free Relay – Homan, Weidle, Wasmuth, Perry: 10th (1:29.33)
    Boys 400 Free Relay – Neeb, Homan, Wasmuth, Perry: 10th (3:17.65)
    Girls 200 Free Relay – Hosier, Friedman, Harrison, Wasmuth: 9th (3:18.46)
    Henry Wasmuth: 6th 200 Free (1:46.45)
    Max Perry: 3rd 50 Free (21.40)
    Hattie Wasmuth: 3rd 200 IM (2:06.33)
    Caroline Stewart: 4th 100 Breast (1:12.38)
    Vivian Hosier: 10th 200 Free: (2:03.35)
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  • Matt Blanton Named GDP Super 6

    Junior Matt Blanton was recently named to the Gwinnett Daily Post's Super 6 team for lacrosse this spring.  To read more, click here.
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  • Wesleyan sophomores participate in the Atlanta Invitational Case Studies Program

    On Sunday, dozens of Wesleyan sophomores and their parents participated in the Atlanta Invitational Case Studies (AICS). The AICS program is in its 15th year and continues to be one of the largest programs of its kind.
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  • High school students perform "Hello, Dolly!"

    High school students awed various audiences with their performances of “Hello, Dolly!” beginning Wednesday evening.  
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  • January

    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.
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  • 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.
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  • Wesleyan School hosts a Paying for College Seminar

    On the evening of Jan. 25, the college advising office hosted high school parents for the annual Paying for College Seminar. This year’s speaker was John Sisk, senior assistant director in the Office of Financial Aid at Emory University.   
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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!
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  • 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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  • 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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