The Varsity Wrestling team competed at the Blackbeard Duals at Allatoona High School on Saturday. The Wolves were led by Matthew Morse who finished 4-0 on the day with 3 pins. As a team, Wesleyan earned a victory over North Paulding.
The Varsity Football team overcame a 14-point deficit in the second half to defeat First Presbyterian on Friday evening at Wesleyan. The Wolves will travel to Christian Heritage to take on the Lions in the second round of the state playoffs. See story here.
The 7th Grade girls basketball team defeated Marist on Wednesday. The Lady Wolves were led by Camryn Register with 20 points and 5 steals, MJ James with 16 points, 13 rebounds and 8 steals, and Avery Williams who finished with 4 points and 4 rebounds.
Congratulations to the following seniors who participated in signing day on Thursday at Wesleyan: AC Carter (Georgia Tech basketball), Lanni Brown (William & Mary basketball), Madison Kerpics (UGA softball), Jahni Kerr (FSU softball), Holden Wilder (Wofford baseball), Charlie Taylor (Tennessee baseball), Hannah Wasmuth (Villanova swimming), and Will Stakel (West Virginia golf).
The Middle School Swim and Dive team had a successful meet at home on Tuesday, with the boys finishing in first and the girls narrowly placing second behind the Cougars. The Wolves had several first place finishes including the following: David Ohayon (200 IM), Hattie Wasmuth (200 IM, 500 Free), Grogan Phillips (100 Fly), Nolan Bishop (100 Free), and the Boys 200 Free Relay (Max Perry, Brady O’Shields, Will Kennedy, and Asa Phillips. See full meet results here.
The Varsity wrestling team opened their season at the Lassiter Invitational on Saturday. The Wolves were led by 3rd place finishers Brendan McIntosh, Eric Berry and Sam Schmitt, while Braden DeBow and Matthew Morse each went 3-1 on the day.
Congratulations to the following Varsity softball players who were honored by the Gwinnett Diamond Club: Madison Kerpics (Pitcher of the Year), Jahni Kerr (Offensive Player of the Year), Reece Holbrook (1st Team All-County, Player of the Month), Gracie Taylor (1st Team All-County, Player of the Month), Emma-Kate Means (Player of the Month) and Elizabeth Bertram (Player of the Month).
The Middle School Swim and Dive team opened their season with a dual meet against Duluth at home. First place finishers for Wesleyan were David Ohayon (200 Free), Hattie Wasmuth (200 Free, 500 Free), Will Brammer (diving), Reagan Beaty (diving), Grogan Phillips (100 Back), and Addison Braswell, Julie Anne Bush, Georgia Powell, and Ansley Voss (200 Free Relay). See full meet results here.
The 7th Grade girls basketball team defeated King's Ridge on the road on Tuesday. MJ James and Cameron Register combined for 23 points and 11 steals, while Ella Truong added 7 points and 4 rebounds. Avery Williams had 4 points and 4 rebounds, while Britain Bridgers and Sarah Wren combined for 14 rebounds.
Congratulations to Varsity cross country runners Mac Howie, Braden DeBow, Fletcher Morris, Sophie Villa and Bella Tucker who were named to the All-Area First Team. Palmer Louthan and Taylor Strohmeier earned All-Area Second Team honors. See story here.
Congratulations to the following Varsity softball players who earned All-Region honors: Jahni Kerr (Player of the Year), Madison Kerpics (Pitcher of the Year), Emma-Kate Means (Defensive Player of the Year), Reece Holbrook (1st Team), Gracie Taylor (1st Team), Elizabeth Bertram (1st Team), Tinsley Bertram (2nd Team), Riley Keller (2nd Team) and Jessica Nolan (2nd Team). See story here.
The 7th Grade boys basketball team opened their season Tuesday night with a win over King’s Ridge. The Wolves jumped out fast to take an 18-5 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Ten Wolves got in the scoring column with Matthew Wright leading all scorers with 21 points. Brayden Tidwell and Ryan Ward added 13 and 12 points, respectively.
Congratulations to Trent Bartlett and Mitchell Badciong who were named to the Defensive Honor Roll, and to Chris O'Sullivan and JC French who made the Offensive Honor Roll for their performances in Friday's win over Strong Rock.
The 7th Grade girls basketball team rallied to defeat Holy Innocents' in their season opener at Wesleyan on Saturday. MJ James led the Wolves with 22 points, followed by Camryn Register with 10 points and Ella Truong with 6 points.
The 8th Grade boys basketball team started the season off with a win over Lovett. The Wolves had a great team win with all 12 players contributing to a strong defensive effort. Offensively, Anakin Brown (14 points) and Townes Hardy (12 points) led Wesleyan in scoring.
Congratulations to the Varsity Boys cross country team who won the Class A State Championship on Saturday in Carrollton, claiming their second straight state title. The boys were led by Mac Howie (4th) and Stafford McDaniel (7th) who finished in the top ten overall. Bella Tucker (14th) and Sophie Villa (15th) led the Varsity Girls to a 3rd place finish. Congratulations to the entire team and coaches on an outstanding season. See story here. Click here for full meet results.
The Varsity cross country teams will compete at the GHSA State Meet on Saturday morning in Carrollton. The boys and girls will have to adjust to dropping temperatures with the expected forecast at race time to be in the 30's as they defend their state championship and state runner-up titles, respectively. Click here for story.
Wesleyan will have a live broadcast of the Varsity football game on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Commentary will be provided by Head Baseball Coach Brian Krehmeyer and Head Boys Lacrosse Coach Connor Breslin (class of 2011). Click here for broadcast.
Congratulations to Chris O'Sullivan and Micah Smith who were named to the Gwinnett Daily Post's Offensive Honor Roll and to Cardo Gottlich and Mitchel Badciong who earned Defensive Honor Roll accolades.
The JV football team defeated Whitefield on Thursday at Wesleyan. Key leaders for the Wolves were Reed Purcell (interception, touchdown catch, 3 tackles), Byrne Ahrenkiel (touchdown run, 3 tackles), Bobby Cook (touchdown pass, touchdown run), Charlie Rickell (5 tackles, 1 tackle for loss), Trent DeBow (interception, 4 tackles) and Lucas Schelhammer (5 tackles). The offensive line of Jaydin Brown, Matthew Brown, Jackson Merkl, Will Burns, and Schelhammer opened up holes for the running backs all game.
Congratulations to the Varsity Softball team who finished as the Class A State Runner-Up at the state tournament in Columbus. Wesleyan played 3 consecutive games on Saturday, defeating Tattnall Square and George Walton, before falling in the finals to Mt. de Sales. See story here.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Congratulations to the JV Volleyball team who finished 5th out of 24 teams at the Gwinnett County Championships. On Saturday, the Lady Wolves defeated Dacula, but came up short against Buford. Key leaders for Wesleyan were Savannah Johnson (17 kills), Emily Godfrey (29 assists), MJ Reinhard (28 digs), Amber Mathis (9 kills), and Marin Bailey (9 kills).
The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams wrapped up their seasons on Saturday at the Wesleyan Invitational. The 7th grade team went 2-2, beating GACS and Walker, but falling short to Westminster and Peachtree Middle School. The 8th grade team defeated GACS, Walker, Westminster, and Peachtree Middle School, before falling to St. Pius in the championship game. Stat leaders were Avery Daum (12 kills), Mamie Pridgen (21 assists), Kate Stolle (14 assists), Julia Weatherly (7 aces), Nadia Desbordes (13 digs), and Millie Dempsey (15 kills).
The Middle School Cross Country teams concluded their season at home on Thursday, with the girls earning first place honors and the boys finishing in second place out of 7 teams. Top finishers for the girls were Kyra Brubaker (2nd), Ali Di Lenardo (3rd), Ansley Voss (8th), Abbey Suits (10th), Skyla Dau (12th), Ansley Tapp (14th), and Julie Anne Bush (23rd). The boys were led by William Thomas (5th), Brendan Wright (13th), Kyle Edwards (14th), Shawn Simmons (16th), Max Perry (18th), Tom Hughes (21st), and Luke Sedgwick (25th). See full meet results here.
The JV football team defeated Trinity on the road on Thursday. Will Tucker had 2 touchdown catches and 1 interception, Bobby Cook recorded 3 touchdown passes, and Reid Purcell had a touchdown and 2 tackles. Schley Gordy had a pick 6 along with 4 tackles, while Trent DeBow had 5 tackles and 1 interception. Kicker Brooks Sturgeon hit a 28 yard field goal and had 4 touchbacks.
The Middle School football team defeated Holy Innocents' in a back-and-forth duel on Thursday, with the Wolves securing the win in the final seconds of the game. Top performers on offense were Townes Hardy, Josh Kavel, and Sheperd Jones, while the defense was led by Bo Britt and Cole Williams.
The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams swept GACS on Thursday. Evelyn Dzikowski led the 7th grade team with 4 aces to earn their 11th victory of the season. Avery Daum (4 aces, 6 digs), Nadia Desbordes (4 aces, 4 kills), Mamie Pridgen (7 assists), and Kate Stolle (7 assists) led the 8th grade team to victory.
The JV volleyball team defeated Meadowcreek, Brookwood, and Grayson in pool play at the Gwinnett County Championships on Wednesday. Key leaders for the Wolves were Savannah Johnson (16 aces, 15 kills), Annabelle Lawson (13 kills), and Amber Mathis (11 aces, 10 kills, and 15 digs).
The Middle School volleyball teams swept Perimeter on Thursday. Key leaders for the 8th graders were Nadia Desbordes (7 aces, 5 kills), Mamie Pridgen (10 assists), and Avery Daum (9 kills, 8 digs). Cece Miller led the way for the 7th grade team with 8 aces.
The Varsity volleyball team finished second in pool play at the Gwinnett County Championships on Thursday, defeating Meadowcreek and Grayson, but falling short to Brookwood. The Wolves will continue play on Saturday at Parkview. See recap here.
The JV volleyball team improved to 22-6 with a win over Mountain View on Wednesday. Savannah Johnson had 7 aces and 7 kills, Grace Elsevier added 5 kills, and Amber Mathis and Annabelle Lawson recorded 7 kills each.
The JV cross country teams competed at the Buford Invitational on Wednesday. The girls placed 3rd, led by top finishers Alexandra Murphy (12th) and Ansley Morehouse (13th) who both set new season best times. Matthew Heup led the boys, setting a season personal record of 22:43. Bryce Masters recorded a new lifetime personal record with a time of 25:45. See full meet results here.
The Varsity cross country teams had a strong showing at the Wingfoot Classic on Saturday. The Varsity girls placed 6th out of 28 teams led by strong finishes from Sophie Villa (25th), Mary Ortwein (28th), and Bella Tucker (30th). The boys team placed 4th out of 31 teams. Mac Howie (16:19) and Stafford McDaniel (16:45) led the Wolves, and their times make them the 6th and 12th fastest runners in the history of the cross country program at Wesleyan. See full meet results here: girls, boys.
The Middle School football team shut out visiting Landmark Christian on Thursday. Key performers for the Wolves were David Camargo who had a fumble recovery and Josh Kavel who recorded his first career touchdown.
The Middle School softball team earned a hard-fought win over Blessed Trinity on Tuesday night to stay alive in the Middle School Tournament. Wesleyan was down 2-5 going into the fourth inning when they posted a 4-run inning. The big blast came from Lauren Tucker who hit a line drive that rolled to the outfield fence, scoring 3 runs to push the Wolves ahead by 1 run. Lydie Barnett closed out the game to earn the win, while Audrey Doss added 2 big hits to help the Lady Wolves. The final out in the game came as TJ Webb threw out the would-be tying run at home plate from center field where Marjee Williams applied the tag for the win.
The JV softball team defeated Chamblee on the road on Monday. Lily Nydam pitched a complete game on the mound and recorded a double at the plate. Anna Sophia Pinson and Kate Adent collected 2 hits each.
The Middle School football team defeated Pace Academy on Thursday behind standout play from Townes Hardy and Shepard Jones both offensively and defensively. The Wolves got key contributions from Owen Hodges and Baer Cole who each scored touchdowns to secure the win.
The JV volleyball team went 5-0 on the day, defeating Providence, Apalachee, Athens Academy, Tallulah Falls, and Winder-Barrow at the Providence Play Day on Saturday. Key leaders for the Lady Wolves were Marin Bailey (20 kills, 10 aces, 4 blocks), Amber Mathis (22 kills, 9 aces, 28 digs), and Emily Godfrey (16 aces, 68 assists, 27 digs).
The Varsity boys cross country team placed 6th out of 22 teams at the Gwinnett County Championships on Saturday, while the JV boys came in 7th place out of 17 teams. Stafford McDaniel set a lifetime personal record, running 17:16 and placing 22nd in the Varsity race. In the JV race, Aidan Staley set a new lifetime personal record with a time of 20:32. See story here. Click here for full meet results.
The Varsity Girls Cross Country team placed 7th at the Gwinnett County Championships on Saturday, led by Danielle Kelly’s 22nd place finish and lifetime personal record of 21:16. Sophie Villa, Bella Tucker, Caitlin Kelly and Taylor Strohmeier also scored points for the Lady Wolves. Freshman Kate O’Shields led Wesleyan to a 5th place finish in the JV division, smashing her season personal record with a time of 23:24 in route to earning the 17th place medal. See full meet results here. Click here for story.
The 7th and 8th Grade volleyball teams defeated Cornerstone on Wednesday. Avery Daum had 7 kills, while Mamie Pridgen recorded 6 aces and 9 assists for the 8th Grade team. The 7th Grade Lady Wolves had 20 aces, led by CeCe Miller with 11 aces.
The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams defeated Providence on Monday. Kate Stolle (9 aces), Mamie Pridgen (8 aces), and Madison Armstrong (9 aces) led the 8th grade team, while Kelsey Sykes, Cece Miller, and Ashley Cole combined for 18 aces for the 7th grade Lady Wolves.
The Varsity girls and boys cross country teams competed at the Covered Bridge Run in Roswell on Saturday. Mary Ortwein earned a 19th place medal, running a new lifetime best time of 21:02 to lead the Varsity girls to a 5th place finish out of 22 teams. Gray Bradach lowered her lifetime best time by over two minutes to lead the Lady Wolves to a 9th place finish in the JV division. With all 68 boys setting new season personal records, the Wolves had their highest finish ever at the Covered Bridge Run, finishing 4th out of 22 teams. Jacob Price set a new lifetime personal record running a time of 18:20. In the JV race, Hunter Suits ran his fastest time yet breaking 30 minutes for the first time with a time of 29:45. See full meet results here.
The Middle School softball team won a thriller over Woodward Academy on Saturday morning. Jenna Lundstedt drove in the game-winning run on a perfectly executed squeeze bunt in the bottom of the sixth to score Audrey Doss. Doss started off the inning with a walk, before moving to third on a sacrifice bunt from Kendall Dettlinger. Sarah Wren continued her hot hitting, going 2 for 3 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI's, while Lydie Barnett earned the win striking out seven on the day.
The JV volleyball team split matches on Wednesday, defeating Holy Innocents', but falling to Dunwoody. The Lady Wolves had 30 kills as a team, with each player recording at least 1 kill. Mary-John Reinhard led Wesleyan with 9 aces and 29 digs on the night.
The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams each earned wins over Perimeter Christian on Thursday. Millie Dempsey (6 kills), Nadia Desbordes (7 aces), and Mamie Pridgen (6 assists) led the 8th grade Lady Wolves. The 7th grade team recorded 20 aces, led by Ashley Cole (12 aces) and Cece Miller (4 aces).
The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams both went 1-1 on Wednesday, defeating GACS but falling short to Peachtree Middle School. Highlights on the night for the 8th grade team include the following: Kate Stolle (11 assists), Mamie Pridgen (8 aces, 9 assists), Avery Daum (11 digs, 11 kills), and Nadia Desbordes (6 kills, 7 aces). The 7th grade team recorded 30 aces, led by Ashley Cole (9 aces), MJ James (7 aces), and Cece Miller (6 aces).
The Middle School football team defeated visiting Trinity Christian on Thursday. Top performers on offense for the Wolves were Baer Cole and Townes Hardy, along with Bo Britt and Josh Kavel anchoring the line. Defensively, Wesleyan got a clutch tackle from Bo Powell, while Charlie Hillegass and Brock Bowling provided strong play from the linebacker position.
The Middle School Cross Country team competed at the Marist Invitational on Wednesday, with both the girls and boys finishing in 3rd place out of seven teams. The girls were led by Ali De Lenardo (13th), Laurel Edge (14th) and Kyra Brubaker (16th), while the top three runners for the boys were William Thomas (6th), Brendan Wright (9th) and Shawn Simmons (17th). See full meet results here: girls, boys.
Congratulations to Tanner Bivins and Jackson Turner who were named to the Gwinnett Daily Post's Defensive Honor Roll, and to Cooper Blauser and Collin Conduah who were named to the Offensive Honor Roll for their performances in Friday's win over Chattooga High School.
The Middle School football team defeated visiting King's Academy on Thursday evening. Broder Conley had a long run to break the game open in the first quarter, while quarterback Townes Hardy led the offense the rest of the way. Key contributions on defense came from Hayden Ausherman, Brock Bowling, and Charlie Hillegass.
The Varsity softball team recorded their second no-hitter of the season with a win over Eagles Landing Christian in a region match-up on Thursday. Congratulations to Jahni Kerr who earned her 100th career stolen base. Click here for recap.
The Middle School softball team earned a big win against Mt. Vernon on Wednesday. The Lady Wolves jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the first inning highlighted by Kendall Dettlinger’s two-out, two-run triple, followed by Lydie Barnett’s two-out, two-run single. Wesleyan had a great defensive night all around led by Marjee Williams behind the plate and Barnett who pitched 5 innings for the win. Notably, Reagan McCoy made a diving catch at second base to end the game in the fifth inning.
The JV softball team won their first game of the season by defeating Brookwood on the road on Monday. Anna Sophia Pinson, Natalie Nelson, and Lindsey Suits collected 3 hits each. The Lady Wolves had a strong defensive team effort overall, while Jessica Nolan and Lily Nydam teamed up in the circle to keep the Broncos offense limited.
Congratulations to Griffin Caldwell and Tanner Bivins who were named to the Gwinnett Daily Post’s Offensive Honor Roll for their performances in Friday’s win over Meadowcreek, and to J.D. Chipman who was named to the Defensive Honor Roll. See Offensive Honor Roll here. Click here for Defensive Honor Roll.
The Wesleyan girls cross country team competed in the Battle of Atlanta at Nash Farms Battlefield on Saturday. In the varsity girls race, Danielle Kelly ran a lifetime best time of 21:26 to pace the Wolves to a strong 9th place finish in a race featuring 31 teams from all 7 GHSA classifications. In the JV race, Katherine Graddy returned from injury to race for the first time in two years, leading Wesleyan to a 7th place finish in a field of 19 teams. Click here for full meet results.
The Wesleyan boys cross country team had a strong showing at the Battle of Atlanta over the weekend, with the varsity boys finishing in 12th place out of 39 teams and the JV earning an 11th place finish in a field of 37 teams. Competing against teams from all 7 GHSA classifications, 49 of 65 runners set a season PR and 4 returning runners set lifetime PRs: Stafford McDaniel (17:31), Jackson Walls (18:22), Hayden Morehouse (20:27), and Colin George (24:39). See full meet results here.
The 8th grade volleyball team defeated Mount Vernon and Westminster, but came up short against West Forsyth and Pace on Saturday. Setter Mamie Pridgen led the Lady Wolves in assists, while Nadia Desbordes was the team leader in blocks and had a strong day at the service line.
The 7th grade volleyball team went 2-2 on Saturday, defeating Pace and Westminster, but falling short to Lassiter and St. Pius. The team recorded 34 aces on the day, led by Ashley Cole who paced the team with 12 aces.
The Middle School softball team swept a doubleheader at home on Saturday against Blessed Trinity. In game one, Lydie Barnett pitched a complete game, striking out 5 batters for the win. TJ Webb, Kendall Dettlinger, and Sarah Wren each had 3 hits to fuel a comeback victory. In game two, Dettlinger earned the win on the mound, while Lauren Tucker led the Wolves with 2 hits and 2 runs. Webb led a strong defensive effort for the Lady Wolves, catching both games behind the plate.
The JV volleyball team improved to 8-3 with wins over Holy Innocents', Woodward, and Pace on Saturday at Wesleyan. Grace Elsevier had 11 kills, Kendall Bowen recorded 25 digs, and Emily Godfrey finished with 37 assists and 10 aces on the day.
The Middle School softball team earned their first win of the season at Pace Academy on Monday evening. TJ Webb led the offensive attack with 3 hits, 4 RBIs, and 4 runs scored. Eleven different Wolves recorded a hit, while Kendall Dettlinger and Lydie Barnett combined to pitch a shutout. Dettlinger went 3-3 at the plate as well.
Wesleyan hosted Lambert, Johns Creek, Woodward, AIS, and Dunwoody in their season opener on Saturday. Mac Howie (3rd) and Mary Ortwein (13th) led the Varsity boys and girls teams, respectively. Drew Wren (14th) placed first for the Wolves in the JV boys race, while Nea Sanders (14th) led the way in the JV girls race. See full meet results here for each race.
The JV volleyball team competed at North Gwinnett on Saturday, defeating Norcross and Duluth in Pool Play before advancing to the Gold Bracket. In the Gold Bracket, the Lady Wolves defeated North Gwinnett, but fell to St. Pius in the semifinals. Emily Godfrey had 31 assists and 11 aces, Savannah Johnson recorded 16 kills, 3 aces and 3 blocks, and MJ Reinhard had 50 digs on the day.
The varsity softball team defeated Trinity Christian and Strong Rock during the week, followed by GMC and Heard County on Saturday to improve to 6-0 on the season. Congratulations to Madison Kerpics who earned her 500th career strikeout against Strong Rock, breaking the career strikeout record for Wesleyan. Click here for Saturday's highlights.
Congratulations to rising senior Lucy Mitchell who was named to the 2018-2019 ALL-USA Girls Soccer Team. Mitchell earned Third Team honors and was the only player from Georgia named to the ALL-USA team. See story here.
Congratulations to the following who were honored by the Gwinnett Daily Post for their efforts during the 2019 soccer season: Billy Coxhead (Coach of the Year), Liam Coxhead (1st Team All-County), Lucy Mitchell (1st Team All-County), Jonathan Lopez (3rd Team All-County), and Ashley Cowart (3rd Team All-County). See story here.
Congratulations to the following baseball players who earned All-County honors by the Gwinnett Daily Post: Druw Jones (1st Team), Cooper Blauser (2nd Team), James McCoy (2nd Team), Charlie Taylor (2nd Team), Jalen Fulwood (3rd Team), and Wyatt Copeland (3rd Team). See story here.
Congratulations to Chloe Hangartner, Whitaker Welch and Tabitha Conrad who were named to the Gwinnett Daily Post's First Team All-County. Katie Tanner earned Second Team All-County Honors. See full list here.
Congratulations to Dustin Wolf who was named the 2019 State High School Strength Coach of the Year by the National High School Strength Coaches Association (NHSSCA). This award is given annually to a High School Strength and Conditioning Coach in recognition of his or her coaching achievements and passion for the profession.
Congratulations to Cardo Gottlich, Whitaker Welch & Anna Rae Copeland who represented Wesleyan at the Divarsity All-Star Lacrosse games at Sprayberry on Sunday and to Coach Rider & Myrick who were chosen to help coach.
The Girls and Boys Track teams competed in the state finals at Berry College over the weekend, with the girls finishing 6th in state and the boys coming in 10th place. Highlights include the following: Matthew Stainback (State Champion Pole Vault), Nea Sanders (2nd 400m, 3rd 300m hurdles), Margaret Dudley (2nd 100m hurdles), Josh Aspinwall (5th shot put), Mac Howie (5th 3200m, 8th 1600m), Imani Washington (5th shot put), Danielle Kelly (6th 3200m), Emrie Harbour (7th 100m hurdles), Kensie Pierce (8th high jump), and the Boys 4x400m Relay (8th Jamarcus Davidson, Micah Smith, Trent Bartlett, Mac Howie). See full meet results here.
Congratulations to the following lacrosse players who were honored by the Gwinnett Lacrosse League at their annual awards banquet: Tabitha Conrad (Girls Defensive Player of the Year), Chloe Hangartner (1st Team Attack, Leadership Award), Whitaker Welch (1st Team Attack), Lauren Oakes (3rd Team Defense), Katie Tanner (3rd Team Midfield, Scholar Athlete), Michael Nicklaus (3rd Team Midfield), Jackson Turner (3rd Team Face-Off), Daniel Woods (Scholar Athlete) and Davis Chapman (Leadership). See story here.
Congratulations to Lucy Mitchell who has been named to the Allstate All-American Team, which features the top 40 female and top 40 male players in the country. See Gwinnett Daily Post story here. Click here for Allstate All-American Team.
The Varsity Baseball team pounded out the hits on Friday night to defeat Fellowship in the deciding game three of their quarterfinal series. The Wolves will take on Savannah Christian on the road on Tuesday in the Final Four. See recap here.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Soccer team who defeated Holy Innocents' at home on Tuesday to advance to the state finals. Wesleyan will face area rival Pinecrest on Thursday in the championship game. Click here for story.
Congratulations to Liam Coxhead and Lucy Mitchell who received Area Player of the Year honors for their performances this soccer season. Mitchell and Ashley Cowart earned All-Area First Team honors for the girls, while Kaitlyn Bobo, Izzy Moratti, Lindsey Suits and Izzy Larsen were named All-Area Second Team. For the boys, Coxhead, Jonathan Lopez and Javy Martinez were All-Area First Team selections, while George Doane was named All-Area Second Team. Players were nominated by their own coaches, but voted in by opposing coaches in the area.
The Varsity Boys Lacrosse team earned a first round win in the state playoffs with a defeat of St. Pius on the road on Thursday. The Wolves will play at Westminster on Tuesday evening in the second round of state. See recap here.
The Varsity Boys Soccer team overcame injuries and an 83 minute lightening delay to defeat visiting Mt. de Sales in a physical match-up on Friday evening. The Wolves will host Atlanta International in the semifinals on Wednesday evening. See story here.
The Varsity Boys Golf team secured a spot in the state playoffs with a third place finish at the Area Meet on Wednesday. Congratulations to Will Stakel who earned low medalist honors on the day and broke Wesleyan's record for the lowest 18 hole round. See recap here.
The Varsity Girls Golf team finished in 3rd place at the Area Meet on Wednesday behind Tallulah Falls and Athens Academy with a score of 173. The Lady Wolves were led by Jada Richardson (81) and Connor Carroll (92). Congratulations to Richardson who finished in 4th place overall in the Area.
The Varsity Girls Soccer team defeated First Presbyterian on the road on Wednesday to advance to the semifinals of the state playoffs. The Lady Wolves will host Holy Innocents' on Tuesday in the Final Four. See recap here.
The Varsity Track and Field teams finished up the Area Meet on Monday at George Walton Academy, with the girls finishing as Area Runner-Up and the boys coming in 3rd place. Highlights for the girls include the following: Kensie Pierce (1st high jump), Imani Washington (1st shot put), Jahni Kerr (1st 100m), Emrie Harbour (1st 100m hurdles), Nea Sanders (1st 400m, 2nd 300m hurdles), Danielle Kelly (2nd 3200m, 4th 1600m), Abby Scott (3rd 300m hurdles, 4th long jump), Margaret Dudley (4th 100m hurdles), 4x100m relay (2nd – Scott, Sanders, Kerr, Elizabeth Bertram), and 4x400m relay (3rd – Pierce, Bertram, Palmer Louthan, Sanders). Top finishers for the boys were Matthew Stainback (1st pole vault), Josh Aspinwall (3rd shot put), Micah Smith (3rd long jump, 4th high jump), Mac Howie (3rd 3200m, 4th 1600m), and 4x400m relay (4th – William Bruehl, Jamarcus Turner, Trent Bartlett, Smith). See full meet results here. See story here.
The Middle School Boys Lacrosse team won the Atlanta Middle School Lacrosse League Championship on Saturday for the second year in a row, defeating Fellowship and Sutton Middle. Key play in game one came from Carter Hayes (3 assists, 4 ground balls), Jake Neu (3 goals), Thomas Chipman (3 goals, 9 faceoffs) and Evan Nichols (1 goal). In the win over Sutton, the Wolves got strong performances from Mac Anderson (10 saves), Hayden Ausherman (3 goals, 1 assist) and Matt Blanton (6 ground balls), while the defense was anchored by Jake Rodenhiser, Nick Schaller and Douglas Cavin.
The Varsity Boys Golf team got back to back wins last week, defeating King's Ridge and Decatur. Against Decatur, the Wolves were led by Michael Mele and Luke Jackson who shot a 36 and 39, respectively. Jackson posted an eagle, while Mele had 3 birdies in the round. Brogan MacInnis rounded out the top three with a score of 40.
Congratulations to Carson Schiller, Jessie Parish, Amber Mathis, and Hannah Wasmuth who earned First Team All-State honors for swim and dive. Anna Rae Copeland, Brian Sinclair, Luke Schiller, Jack Godfrey, Christopher Harrell, and Colton Villa were named Second Team All-State, while Ian Venkatesan and Isaiah Erb earned Third Team All-State accolades.
Congratulations to Jessie Parish and Hannah Wasmuth who were named First Team All-County by the Gwinnett Daily Post for their performances during the 2018-2019 swim and dive season. See full list here.
The Varsity Girls and Boys Track and Field teams each finished in 6th place at the Spartan Classic at GACS on Friday. Highlights include the following: Matthew Stainback (1st pole vault), Josh Aspinwall (2nd shot put), Jamarcus Turner (4th 400 meter), Emrie Harbour (3rd pole vault), Danielle Kelly (3rd 3200 meter), and Nea Sanders (4th 400 meter). See girls results here. Click here for boys results.
The Middle School Girls Lacrosse team swept their competition on Saturday, defeating Sutton and Marist. The midfield led the transition with key play from Millie Dempsey (3 goals, 1 assist), Charlotte Jackson (1 goal, 2 assists) and Maki Edwards (4 goals). The attack was led by Kate Adent (7 goals, 2 assist), Morgan Akin (2 goals, 1 assist), and Reese Cadogan (first assist of the season).
The Middle School Boys Lacrosse team defeated Mt. Pisgah on Thursday at Wesleyan. Broder Conley had 4 goals, while Thomas Chipman won 10 face-offs and had 7 ground balls. Jackson Murphy led a strong defensive effort along with Mac Anderson who had a season high 9 saves.
Finishing their season on an eight game win streak, the Middle School Girls Soccer team defeated Peachtree Middle School on Wednesday at home. Kensington Freeman and Lainey Jerding had one goal each, while keeper Claire Bingham recorded 11 saves.
The JV Girls Lacrosse team defeated Marist on Tuesday. Channing Stall and Emma Young had 2 goals apiece, while Lauren Balch, Sophie Villa, and Gabby Oakes found the back of the net once. Maggie Rheudasil and Grace Carroll anchored the defense, along with Gracie Brown who had 7 saves in goal.
The Middle School Boys Lacrosse team split games on Saturday, defeating Pace and falling just short to Westminster. In the win over the Knights, stat leaders were Brock Bowling (2 goals, 1 assist), Mason Strang (5 assists), and Will Brammer (6 ground balls). Congratulations to Luke Pressman and Cameron Coughlin who each scored their first goal of the season.
The Middle School Girls Lacrosse team defeated Hebron at home on Monday. Kensington Freeman had 2 goals and 1 assist, while Lainey Jerding recorded 1 goal and 1 assist. Olivia Cardile added an assist for the Wolves, and Claire Bingham earned the shutout in goal.
The Middle School Baseball team defeated Whitefield on Friday at Wesleyan. Offensively, the Wolves were led by Reed Purcell who went 2-3 with a double. Eighth graders Schley Gordy, Tim Hillegass, Dominick Scalese and Connor Hewitson each made an appearance on the mound in the win. Wesleyan will begin league playoffs on Thursday at home.
The JV Baseball team defeated Pace Academy on Thursday. Offensive leaders for Wesleyan were JC French (2-2, 3 RBI), Nate Kerpics (3-6, 2 RBI), Drew Wren (2-5, 3 RBI), and John Perrins (2-4, 2 RBI). French, Quinn Moore, Jimmy Cox and Hampton Bingham split time on the mound for the win.
The Middle School Baseball team defeated Westminster on Thursday. On the mound, Chris Izzo and Reed Purcell combined for 8 strikeouts through 7 innings. Offensively the team was led by Dominick Scalese going 2-4 with 4 RBI’s. The Wolves have locked up the #3 seed and will move into the playoffs next week.
The Middle School Girls Soccer team defeated Woodward at home on Thursday. Kensington Freeman led the offensive attack with 3 goals and 2 assists. Amber Royter, Laurel Edge, Merry-Alice Gordy, and Olivia Cardile added 1 goal apiece, while Hannah Fears, Claire Bingham, Royter and Cardile dished out assists in the win.
The Varsity Track and Field teams competed in a Tri-Meet at Westminster on Wednesday against Westminster and Marist. Standouts on the day for Wesleyan were the following: Mac Howie (1st 3200), Matthew Stainback (1st pole vault), Trent Bartlett (1st 300 hurdles), Micah Smith (1st long jump & triple jump), Dawson Carr (1st shot put), Imani Washington (1st shot put), Jahni Kerr (1st 100 & discus), Nea Sanders (1st triple jump), Emrie Harbour (2nd triple jump), and Abby Scott (2nd long jump). See full meet results here.
The JV Girls Lacrosse team beat Holy Innocents' on Tuesday led by Gabby Oakes and Emma Young with 2 goals apiece and Alexandra Murphy with 1 goal. Grace Carroll anchored the defense along with Gracie Brown who had 10 saves in goal, while Sophie Villa was strong in the midfield.
The JV Baseball team defeated Holy Innocents’ twice over the last week. In the first win, JC French went 5-5 with a home run, 5 runs and 4 RBI’s, while Griffin Caldwell was 2-4 with a home run, 3 runs, and 3 RBI’s. In the second win over the Bears, Nate Kerpics pitched 4 innings with 10 strikeouts, followed by Jimmy Cox who took the mound for 3 innings with 3 strikeouts and no hits. Carson Ballard (2-4, 1 run) and French (3-4, 1 run, 1 RBI) were the offensive leaders.
The JV Girls Lacrosse team defeated Lovett on Friday evening. Channing Stall had 3 goals, Gabby Oakes added 2 goals, and Grace Eversbusch, Adyson Means, Alex Cope, Alexandra Murphy, Emma Young and Lauren Balch put in one goal each. The defense was led by Annelise Onorato and Gracie Brown (14 saves), while Sophie Villa controlled the midfield.
The Middle School Baseball team earned recent wins over Woodward and Marist. Against Woodward, Townes Hardy led the offense going 2-3 with 2 RBI’s, while Schley Gordy and Tim Hillegass combined on the mound for 6 innings and 5 strikeouts. In the win over Marist, Dominic Scalese pitched 5 innings with 6 strikeouts, followed by Stacey Johnson with 2 innings of relief work. Offensive leaders were Scalese (2 hits, 3 RBI’s), Reed Purcell (2 hits, 2 RBI’s) and Hardy (2 hits, 3 RBI’s).
The MIddle School Girls Lacrosse team split games on Saturday, defeating Holy Innocents' but falling to Lovett. The defense was anchored by Morgan Damm and Aubrey Alexcih, while goalies Lily Nydam and Ella Richards had strong showings in goal. Rookies Addison Braswell and Rylee Pierce each scored their first goal of the season.
The Middle School Boys Lacrosse team picked up wins over Marist and Woodward on Saturday. Against Marist, Matt Blanton led the Wolves with 6 ground balls, while Ray Homan (2 goals), Henry Moreland (1 goal) and Carter Hayes (1 goal) led the offensive attack. In game two, Thomas Chipman scored 4 goals and won 9 faceoffs, Broder Conley had 3 goals, and Trent DeBow and Evan Nichols added 1 goal apiece.
The Middle School Track and Field team had a successful final meet of the season at GACS on Wednesday with the girls finishing in 2nd place and the boys in 3rd place. Highlights for the girls were Kensington Freeman (1st in 400, 3rd in long jump), Nadia Desbordes (2nd in 100, 3rd in triple jump), Avery Williams (3rd in 300 hurdles), Maddi Armstrong (3rd in high jump), Tia Hall (2nd in high jump) and Marjee Williams (1st in discus). Leaders for the boys were Tyler Hammond (3rd in 100), Brendan O’Shields (3rd in 110 hurdles), JJ Gracey (3rd in 300 hurdles), David Ohayon (3rd in 3200), and Will Kennedy (1st in discus, 2nd in shot put).
Freshman Druw Jones had 2 grand slam home runs and a school record 11 RBI's to lead the Varsity Baseball team to victory over visiting Eagles Landing Christian in a region match-up on Thursday. See story here.
The Middle School Boys Soccer team blanked the Cougars on Wednesday at home. The Wolves were led by Gabriel Smith with 6 goals and Landon Stirling with 1 goal. Austin Salsbury and Migel Camargo split time in goal with 3 saves each.
The Middle School Girls Tennis team defeated Cornerstone on Wednesday. Winners for the girls at singles were Caroline Scott, Amanda Mola, and Henley Davis. The duos of Jennifer Noel/Raven Royter and Kate Stolle/Claire Wyatt won in doubles play.
The Middle School Girls Soccer team earned shutouts this week over Cornerstone Christian and Perimeter Christian. Against the Cougars, Olivia Cardile had 2 goals for the Wolves, while Lainey Jerding added 1 goal. Laurel Edge and Kyra Brubaker dished out 2 assists and 1 assist, respectively. Claire Bingham recorded the shutout in goal. In the win over Perimeter, Kensington Freeman, Jerding and Brubaker had 2 goals apiece, while Edge added 1 goal.
The Varsity Track and Field teams competed at the Blessed Trinity Invitational on Wednesday. Highlights for the girls include the following: Caitlin Kelly (1st, 3200 meter), Palmer Louthan (2nd, 800 meter), Jahni Kerr (1st, 100 meter & 2nd, discus), Emrie Harbour (1st, 100 hurdles & pole vault), Abby Scott (2nd, 300 hurdles & 1st, long jump), and Nea Sanders (1st, triple jump). Standouts for the boys were Jackson Walls (1st, 800 meter), William Bruehl (2nd, 200 meter), Jamarcus Turner (2nd, 400 meter), Micah Smith (1st, high jump & long jump & 2nd, triple jump), Matthew Stainback (1st, pole vault), Wyatt Hodges (1st, triple jump), and Dawson Carr (2nd, discus). See full meet results here.
The JV Girls Golf team came in 5th place at the 9-hole Buford Invitational at Chateau Elan on Tuesday. The Lady Wolves were led by Sofia Woomer (58), Olivia Parker (63), Summer Kidder (65), and Maegan Ewing (66).
The JV Boys Soccer team defeated Providence at home on Tuesday. Bryce Masters opened up the scoring with a composed finish to the corner of the goal, followed by an assist to Nick Solis for a goal minutes later. The Wolves got strong play in the midfield from Andrew Bardi and a solid defensive effort from Brooks Sturgeon and Win Moreland for the shutout.
The Middle School Soccer teams swept Holy Innocents' on Tuesday at Wesleyan. Kensington Freeman had the lone goal for the girls, while Gabriel Smith (3), William Thomas, and Landon Stirling scored for the boys. On Monday, the girls defeated GACS at home led by Lainey Jerding with 4 goals and Laurel Edge with one goal. Jerding, Kyra Brubaker and Lauren Hill had assists in the win.
The Varsity Track and Field team came out on top against Tallulah Falls and Clarkston in their home meet on Wednesday. Highlights on the day include the following: Micah Smith (1st 100m, 1st long jump, 2nd high jump), Dawson Carr (1st shot put, 2nd discus), Matthew Stainback (1st pole vault), Jamarcus Turner (2nd 400m), Stafford McDaniel (2nd 1600m), Emrie Harbour (1st 100m hurdles, 1st pole vault, 1st triple jump), Imani Washington (1st shot put), Abby Scott (1st long jump), Kensie Pierce (1st high jump), Nea Sanders (1st 300m hurdles, 2nd 400m, 2nd triple jump), Jahni Kerr (1st 100m), Caitlin Kelly (1st 3200m), Danielle Kelly (1st 1600m), and Palmer Louthan (2nd 800m). See full meet results here.
The JV Girls Lacrosse team defeated Northview on Tuesday. Emma Young and Gabby Oakes led the offense with 5 goals and 2 goals, respectively, while Riley Cavanaugh, Channing Stall, Adyson Means and Grace Carroll put in 1 goal apiece. Gracie Brown led the defense with 6 saves, assisted by Callie Kennedy and Maggie Rheudasil.
The JV Baseball team swept St. Pius in a doubleheader on Saturday. In game one, the offense was led by JC French (2-4, 2 runs), Carson Ballard (2-3, 2 runs, 1 RBI), and Drew Wren (1-3, 2 runs). Standouts in game two were Nate Kerpics (2-3, 2 runs), Bobby Cook (1-3, 2 RBI’s) and Jimmy Cox (1-2, 2 RBI’s). Cox and John Perrins split time on the mound in game one, while Ballard and Kerpics handled pitching duties in game two.
The Middle School Baseball team came out motivated and aggressive on Saturday to defeat Norcross. Dominick Scalese never let up in his performance, as he pitched a 1-hit shutout with 9 strike outs. Defensively the team was solid once again, committing no errors, while Chris Izzo threw out two base runners behind the plate. Offensively the team was highlighted by Izzo (2-3 with a HBP) and Jacob Binney (2-2 with 2 walks and 3 RBIs).
The Middle School Boys Lacrosse team split games on Saturday, defeating Decatur but falling to Sutton Middle School. In the win over Decatur, Mason Strang had 3 goals and Ray Homan added 1 goal. Josh Kavel anchored a strong defensive performance for the Wolves.
The JV Boys Soccer team beat Riverside Military at home on Friday night. Aidan Conley and Nick Solis each had a goal, while strong defensive play from Win Moreland, Bryce Masters, Stephen Romer, and Evan Berry guaranteed the victory for the Wolves.
The JV Girls Lacrosse team defeated Kennesaw Mountain on Friday evening. Emma Young led the offense with 5 goals, followed by Channing Stall and Gabby Oakes who had 2 goals apiece. Annelise Onorato and Abi Emmelhainz anchored the defense, while Gracie Brown had 6 saves in goal.
The Varsity Boys Tennis team defeated North Hall on Wednesday at Wesleyan. See recap here. The Middle School Boys Tennis team defeated Hebron on Monday. Highlights include Walker Huckaby who won a tight tie breaker to win his singles match, and Corban Kwon who got wins in his first 2 tennis matches ever played.
Congratulations to the Middle School Girls Track and Field team who finished in first place in the six-team field at the Small Trophy Invitational at Wesleyan on Monday. The girls had several double-digit point contributors, led by Marjee Williams and Kensington Freeman with 15 points each. The boys team finished in third, led by Bains Smith with 15 team points and Hayden Ausherman with 14 points. See full meet results here.
The JV Baseball team defeated Providence on Wednesday. John Perrins went 3-4 with 3 RBIs, while Drew Wren, JC French and Bobby Cook each went 2-4 combining for 7 runs. Carson Ballard added 3 runs and 3 RBIs. Hampton Bingham, Quinn Moore, Griffin Caldwell and Ballard combined for 9 strikeouts from the mound.
The JV Girls Golf team narrowly defeated Mt. Pisgah on Wednesday at the River Pines Par 3 Course. The Lady Wolves were led by Sofia Woomer (40) and Sophie Anderson (43), both playing Wesleyan golf for the first time.
The Middle School Baseball team battled the cold to keep focus and determination to defeat Decatur on Wednesday. Pitching was split between Stacey Johnson and Tim Hillegass, earning 5 strikeouts through 6 innings. Offensively the team was led by Johnson (3-3 with 2 RBIs), Chris Izzo (3-3 with 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored) and Dominick Scalese (3-4 with 4 RBIs and 3 runs scored).
The Varsity Girls Tennis team defeated visiting North Hall on Wednesday. Click here for recap. The Middle School Girls Tennis team swept Hebron on Monday, led by singles’ players Sophie Gibbs, Caroline Scott, Hannah Bennison and Amanda Mola.
The Varsity Girls and Boys Track and Field teams came out on top at their home meet against Duluth, Providence and King’s Ridge on Wednesday. Highlights on the day include the following: Jamarcus Turner (first in 400 meter), Jackson Walls (third in 800 meter), Nea Sanders (third in 400 meter, first in triple jump), Mary Ann Manley (second in 1600), Caitlin Kelly (first in 3200 meter), Margaret Dudley (second in 300 meter hurdles), Abby Scott (first in long jump), Micah Smith (first in high jump and long jump), Wyatt Hodges (first in triple jump) and Josh Aspinwall (first in shot put). See full meet results here.
Congratulations to the following who were honored by the Gwinnett Takedown Club for their performances in wrestling this season: Harrison Dearth (1st Team), Nathaniel Jackson (Scholar Athlete), Sam Schmitt (Honorable Mention), Tanner Bivins (Honorable Mention) and Donald Conley (Honorable Mention). See story here.
The JV Baseball team defeated Chamblee on Tuesday. JC French and Jimmy Cox split time on the mound, combining for 6 strikeouts. Carson Ballard went 3-3 with 5 RBIs, Hampton Bingham and John Perrins each went 2-3, and French finished with 3 runs.
The JV boys Lacrosse team beat Riverside Military Academy on Tuesday evening. Bennett Rudder and RJ Aycox had 3 goals each, while James Hufham scored his first career goal. The defense and both goalies pitched a shutout.
The Varsity Girls and Boys Tennis teams defeated Hebron on Tuesday. The Lady Wolves got wins from Livi Stolle (#1 singles), Haden Jones and Grace Tyler (#1 doubles), and Katherine Scott and Tinsley Bertram (#2 doubles). Winners for the boys were Jack Jones (#1 singles), Luke Schiller (#3 singles), and Sam Lambert and Harrison Leath (#1 doubles).
The Middle School Girls Lacrosse team defeated St. Pius on Saturday behind leading scorers Audrey Pursell (4) and Kate Powell (3). Chloe Hammers and Kate Adent dished out 2 assists each, while Frankie Nicklaus, Hannah Brewster and Georgia Powell led the defense in ground ball control.
The Middle School Track and Field team competed at Holy Innocents’ on Wednesday against 6 other teams. Tyler Hammond had a strong day for the boys, scoring team points in the 400 meter and 300 meter hurdles. For the girls, Lindsay Friedman led the way in team points, taking 10 points in the long jump (1st place) and scoring 3 more in the 100 meter hurdles. Nadia Desbordes scored 12 total team points, scoring in both the 100 meter hurdles and the 300 meter hurdles. Maddi Armstrong pulled in 10 team points, scoring 5 points each in the 100 meter and the 300 meter hurdles. See full meet results here.
Congratulations to the Middle School Baseball team who defeated Norcross and Dunwoody over the weekend. Against Norcross, Townes Hardy and Schley Gordy shared time on the mound combining to throw 5 strikeouts. Offensively, Dominick Scalese went 3-4 with 4 RBIs, while Gordy went 3-3 with 3 RBIs. In a close game with Dunwoody, pinch hitter Stacey Johnson provided the go ahead run in the bottom of the 6th, while Reed Purcell led the offense going 2-3 on the day. Tim Hillegass and Scalese provided strong pitching, throwing 5 strikeouts and only giving up 2 walks.
The Middle School Boys Lacrosse team defeated Blessed Trinity and Inman Middle on Saturday. In game one, Hayden Ausherman had 4 goals, Jack Neu dished out 2 assists, Matt Blanton had 3 ground balls, and Thomas Chipman won 5 face-offs. Against Inman, Evan Nichols won 5 face-offs, while Brock Bowling and Broder Conley added 2 goals apiece. Josh Kavel anchored the defense for the shutout.
The JV and Varsity Boys Lacrosse teams both got wins on Friday evening, with the Varsity defeating visiting Christ Church Episcopal and the JV team edging Oconee County on the road. Byrne Ahrenkiel had 2 goals and 2 assists, Thomas Chipman had 2 goals and 8 face-off wins, and Brendan McIntosh added 1 goal for the JV Wolves. Drew Ball recorded 7 saves including one in the final minute to win the game. Click here for Varsity recap.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Basketball team who defeated St. Francis on Saturday to advance to the GHSA State Championship. Wesleyan will face Holy Innocents' on Wednesday at 2:00 PM at the Macon Centreplex. See story here.
The Varsity Girls and Boys Track teams came out on top against Collins Hill, GACS and Buford at their home meet on Wednesday. Highlights include the following: Kensie Pierce- 1st high jump, Emrie Harbour- 1st pole vault, Nea Sanders- 1st triple jump, Micah Smith- 1st long jump, Mac Howie- 1st 1600 mater, Stafford McDaniel- 2nd 1600 meter and Jamarcus Turner- 2nd 400 meter. See full meet results here.
The Middle School Baseball team fought hard to come out with a 2-2 tie against St. Pius on Tuesday. Pitching was the foundation of the game with a strong outing by Reed Purcell and Dominick Scalese, combining to throw 8 innings with 9 strikeouts. Defensively, Tim Hillegass was impressive making numerous outstanding plays. The team was led offensively by Reed Purcell (3-4 with an RBI) and Owen Hodges (2-2 with a walk).
The Middle School Girls Soccer team earned a shutout over St. Martin's Episcopal School on Tuesday. Lainey Jerding had a hat trick and added 2 assists, while Kensington Freeman recorded 2 goals and 3 assists. Kendall Davis had 1 goal and 1 assist, Annie Venkatesan and Laurel Edge added 1 goal apiece, and Hannah Fears dished out 2 assists in the win.
The Middle School Track and Field team hosted GACS and Providence to open their season on Wednesday. Nadia Desbordes bested her own personal record in the triple jump, while Brendan O’Shields set a new personal mark in the high jump. Kensington Freeman had an impressive debut taking first place in the 400 meter race. See full meet results here.
The Varsity Track and Field team hosted Woodward and Notre Dame in an abbreviated meet on Wednesday due to wet field conditions. Highlights on the day include the following: Mac Howie (1st, 1600), Jahni Kerr (1st, 100), Margaret Dudley (2nd, 200), Danielle Kelly (1st, 1600), Mary Ortwein (1st, 3200) and Jamarcus Turner (1st, 400). See full meet results here.
The Varsity Girls Lacrosse team went to the Dunwoody Scottish Rite Ronald McDonald House on Friday, where they prepped and cooked a meal for 15-20 families who are housed at the facility for extended stays. While junior and senior players cooked the meal, the underclassmen were able to do crafts and coloring with some of the children staying in the center.
The JV Boys Lacrosse team picked up their first win of the season with a defeat of St. Pius on Saturday. RJ Aycox had 3 goals, Zach Blanton recorded 1 goal and 1 assist, and Douglas Cavin had 4 ground balls and 3 face-off wins.
The Middle School Baseball team beat Ridgeview on Friday by run rule in the 5th inning. Bo Britt, Stacey Johnson, Townes Hardy, and Charlie Hillegass each had a strong showing on the mound totaling 11 strikeouts and only surrendering one walk. Defense proved to be solid throughout, committing no errors, while the offense was highlighted by Jacob Binney and Townes Hardy both going 1-3 with a walk and driving in two RBI’s.
The Varsity Wrestling team finished up its season strong with all 6 wrestlers competing and earning individual victories at the State Championship. The Wolves were led by standout performances from Sam Schmitt who finished 3rd in state, along with Tanner Bivins and Harrison Dearth who each finished as State Runner-Up in their respective weight classes. Dearth completes his career as a 4-time state placer and 2-time state finalist, including his state championship performance in 2017.
The Varsity Boys Basketball team defeated Trinity Christian at home on Friday to advance to the second round of the state playoffs. Wesleyan will travel to Christian Heritage in Dalton on Thursday for the second round of state. Click here for story.
Congratulations to the AC Carter and Paige Lyons who were named to the Atlanta Tipoff Club’s All-Metro Midseason Team. Congratulations to Micah Smith and Nicole Azar who earned Gwinnett Tipoff Club Team of the Month honors.
Congratulations to the JV and Varsity Girls Lacrosse teams who swept Archer on Thursday. The Varsity Girls were led by Chloe Hangartner who had 4 goals and 5 draw controls, Whitaker Welch with 4 goals, and Quinn Kaloper with 3 goals. The JV Girls were led by Emma Young and Anna Balch with 4 goals apiece. Anna Grace Bowling recorded 3 goals, while Gracie Brown had 10 saves in goal.
A special thanks to the JV Girls Lacrosse team who served at the Ronald McDonald House on Tuesday evening. The girls made a budget, went shopping for food, and prepared dinner for the guests, allowing for team bonding while serving others.
The JV Baseball team defeated Westminster on the road on Wednesday. JC French, Quinn Moore and Nate Kerpics combined to allow 1 hit, 1 earned run, and 9 strikeouts. Drew Wren went 1-3 with a double and run scored, while John Perrins and French added 1 RBI each. The Wolves also got hits from Bobby Cook, Will Burns and Hampton Bingham.
The Varsity Track and Field team hosted Apalachee, Meadowcreek and North Cobb Christian for their first meet of the season on Wednesday. Highlights on the day include the following: Danielle Kelly (1st, 3200 meter), Jahni Kerr (1st, 100 meter), Nea Sanders (1st, triple jump), Josh Aspinwall (2nd, shot put), Dawson Carr (2nd, discus), and Matthew Stainback (2nd, pole vault). See full meet results here.
The Varsity Swim and Dive team had a strong showing at the GHSA State Swim and Dive Championships over the weekend, with the boys finishing in third place and the girls in fourth place in A-AAA competition. Congratulations to the following who earned a spot on the podium: Girls 200 Medley Relay – 2nd (Wasmuth, Schiller, Parish, Mathis), Jacob Price – Diving, 3rd, Hannah Wasmuth – 100 Back, State Champion & 200 IM, 2nd, and Jessie Parish – 50 Free, 2nd & 100 Fly, 3rd. New school records were set by Jessie Parish in the 50 Free and 100 Fly, and by the Girls 200 Medley Relay. See story here. Click here for full meet results.
The Varsity Wrestling team had a successful showing in their final qualifier for state in Irwin County over the weekend. The team finished with 6 state qualifiers and 2 state alternates: Harrison Dearth 1st, Tanner Bivins 1st, Sam Schmitt 2nd, Donald Conley 2nd, Nathaniel Jackson 5th, Eric Berry 5th, Matthew Morse 7th, and Ethan Conley 7th.
The Middle School Boys Lacrosse team opened their season with wins over Holy Innocents' and Inman Middle on Saturday. Against the Bears, Mac Anderson had 6 saves, Henry Moreland had 3 goals, and Raymond Homan added 2 goals and 1 assist. Hayden Ausherman finished with 2 goals, 2 assists, and 6 faceoff wins. In the win over Inman, Broder Conley had 4 goals and 1 assist, Brock Bowling added 1 goal and 1 assist, and Trent DeBow and Will Campbell recorded their first career goals. Jake Rodenhiser had 3 ground balls and anchored the defense for the shutout.
Congratulations to the following Varsity Basketball players who earned Subregion Team of the Year honors for Region 5A: AC Carter (North Subregion Player of the Year), Paige Lyons (1st Team), Micah Smith (1st Team), Jalen Fulwood (1st Team), JD Kavel (2nd Team), Callie Weaver (Honorable Mention), Izzy Larsen (Honorable Mention), Nicole Azar (Honorable Mention), Alyssa Phillip (Honorable Mention), and Chase Hill (Honorable Mention).
The Varsity Wrestling team finished in the top 4 at the Traditional Area Tournament at Holy Innocents' on Saturday. The team sent 5 out of 9 wrestlers to the championship match and came home with 4 individual titles. Congratulations to Harrison Dearth, Sam Schmitt, Donald Conley, and Tanner Bivins who each finished as Area Champion in their weight class. Eric Berry was Area Runner-Up, while Nathaniel Jackson (3rd), Matthew Morse (4th), Ethan Conley (4th), and Brendan McIntosh (4th) each placed in their respective weight classes.
The 7th Grade Girls Basketball team is headed to their league championship after a win over Blessed Trinity on Saturday. Camryn Register finished with 12 points and 4 steals, while Katherine Marshall grabbed 8 rebounds. Rylee Pierce recorded 6 steals and Millie Dempsey had 7 rebounds in the win.
The 8th Grade Girls Basketball team finished their season on Saturday, defeating Lovett but falling to St. Pius. Against the Lions, Christina McCoy and Rylee Pierce had 11 points apiece, while Lily Nydam and Morgan Damm added 6 and 4 points, respectively.
The Varsity Swim and Dive team had a successful Metro Meet at Westminster over the weekend, with the girls finishing in 2nd place and the boys in 4th place out of 20 teams. Congratulations to freshman Jessie Parish who finished as the Metro Meet champion in the 50 free. The following athletes had top 5 finishes: Girls 200 Medley Relay – 3rd (Wasmuth, Schiller, Parish, Mathis), Girls 200 Free Relay – 2nd (Schiller, Rappe, Mathis, Parish), Girls 400 Free Relay – 3rd (Parish, Rappe, Mathis, Wasmuth), Boys 200 Medley Relay – 3rd (Venkatesan, Erb, Villa, Harrell), Boys 200 Free Relay – 3rd (Godfrey, Sinclair, Schiller, Harrell), Boys 400 Free Relay – 4th (Godfrey, Villa, Venkatesan, Harrell), Hannah Wasmuth (3rd – 200 free, 2nd – 100 back), and Christopher Harrell (3rd – 50 free). New state cuts were achieved by Amber Mathis (100 free), Luke Schiller (100 breast), and Colton Villa (200 free), while the Girls 200 Medley Relay (5th) and Mac Howie (9th, 500 free) earned new top ten times. See full meet results here.
The Varsity Wrestling team competed at the Burnt Mountain Classic at Pickens County High School over the weekend. The Wolves were led by medalists Sam Schmitt and Donald Conley. This weekend Wesleyan will take the mat at Holy Innocents’ for the first round of qualifications for the state tournament.
The Middle School Wrestling team concluded their season with a successful meet at the conference tournament at Lovett on Saturday. Congratulations to the following who placed in the “A” Tournament: Trent Debow (1st), Jake Neu (2nd), Broder Conley (4th), Jackson Douglas (6th) and Lance Humphreys (6th). The “B” team got 1st place finishes from Christopher Izzo, Emory Cavin and Connor Hewitson, while Andrew Drayer, Drew Harbour, and James Cooper finished in 2nd place. Jameson Meyer (3rd), Ryan Cowart (5th) and Charlie Wise (5th) also placed for Wesleyan.
The JV Boys Basketball team defeated Mt. Vernon Presbyterian in a high-scoring affair on Friday night. The Mustangs hit ten 3-pointers in the game, but Wesleyan kept the lead with seven 3-pointers of their own and an attacking offense led by Tate Gilley, Andrew Van Wie, and Carson Ballard.
The JV Girls Basketball team concluded their 9-0 season with a defeat of Buford on Saturday. Lanni Brown led the team in scoring with 17 points, including four 3-pointers, while Imani Washington and Sade Ojanuga each grabbed 8 rebounds for Wesleyan.
The 7th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated St. Pius Thursday night in a hard fought semifinal matchup. The Wolves played great team defense spirited by Baer Cole who took a big charge late in the second half. Cole, Andrew Azar and Owen Hodges each hit big 3-point baskets throughout the game as ten different Wolves scored. Townes Hardy led all scorers with 11 points, while Shepard Jones and Josh Kavel added 9 points each.
The 7th Grade Boys Basketball team won their opening round tournament game vs. Blessed Trinity on Wednesday night. Josh Kavel scored the game’s first 15 points as the Wolves jumped out to a 17-2 first quarter lead. The Titans fought back to make it a 3-point game by halftime and a very close second half. Owen Hodges hit two big free throws late to seal the game for the Wolves. Kavel led all scorers with 20 points, while Shepard Jones added 10 points.
The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated Lovett on Wednesday to advance to the 2nd round of their league tournament. Thomas Chipman and Scott Morgan led the Wolves offensively with 20 points apiece.
The Varsity Wrestling team wrapped up its dual meet season with a split decision on Wednesday night. The Wolves defeated Pace in their first dual before falling to Cambridge to end the night. The Wolves were led by seniors Harrison Dearth, Donald Conley, and Nathaniel Jackson who all finished 2-0 on Senior Night.
The JV Girls Basketball team defeated Galloway on Tuesday. Imani Washington posted a double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Lanni Brown went 3-4 from three-point range with 13 points, while Abby Scott tallied 11 points. Sade Ojanuga pulled down 10 rebounds and had 6 steals for the Lady Wolves.
The JV Boys Basketball team defeated Holy Innocents’ on Friday and Galloway on Tuesday. Against the Bears, Beau Brown and Tate Gilley led the Wolves with 12 and 13 points, respectively. On Tuesday, Wesleyan avenged an earlier loss in the season with a defeat of Galloway. The Wolves led by 15 points after three quarters but broke the game open with 5 three-pointers in the fourth. Wesleyan used a balanced attack to beat the Scots, with 6 different players scoring at least 6 points, led by Wyatt Hodges, Beau Brown and Tate Gilley who each scored in double figures.
The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated GAC in league play on Saturday. The Wolves were led offensively by Thomas Chipman who had 13 points, 13 rebounds, and 3 blocks. Reed Purcell had a strong game defensively, shutting down GAC's top scorer at zero points.
The Middle School Wrestling team split matches on Thursday, defeating St. Francis, but falling short to Lovett. Tate Morse went 4-0 with 3 pins, accumulating 21 team points for the Wolves. Wesleyan also got strong performances from Jake Neu, Trent Debow, Chris Izzo, Emory Cavin and Connor Hewitson.
Congratulations to the Varsity Swim and Dive team who defeated Forsyth Central and Northview on Thursday for Senior Night. Isaiah Erb earned a new state cut in the 200 IM, while Jessie Parrish (100 fly, 4th) and Ian Venkatesan (100 back, 6th) achieved new Top Ten times. See full meet results here.
Congratulations to the Varsity Wrestling team who defeated Mount de Sales on Thursday evening to advance to the Class A State Dual semifinals. The Wolves will take on Trion on Thursday afternoon. See story here.
The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team earned a road win over GACS on Wednesday. Thomas Chipman and Scott Morgan led the Wolves with 14 and 11 points, respectively. Schley Gordy had 5 points to go along with a strong defensive performance.
The 7th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated GACS in a tough battle on Wednesday afternoon. The Wolves jumped out early with great defensive pressure to take a 19-9 first quarter lead and held off several GACS late runs for a big road win. Townes Hardy led all scorers with 13 points, while Josh Kavel and Shepard Jones added 12 points apiece.
The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team had a recent win over Perimeter Christian, led by Tyler Hammond with 11 points and Jackson Murphy who recorded 6 points and 6 rebounds. The 8th Grade Girls earned a win over the Black Diamonds led by Christina McCoy with 6 points.
The Middle School Wrestling team competed against GACS on the road on Tuesday evening. The Wolves got strong performances from Ryan Cowart, Tate Morse, Chris Izzo and Broder Conley. The team will be back in action on Thursday as they face off against St. Francis and Lovett.
The JV Boys Basketball team beat Westminster on the road on Tuesday. The Wolves trailed 15-29 in the second quarter, but the momentum began to change when Drew Wren’s basket at the halftime buzzer cut the deficit to 10. Wesleyan built on that momentum with a strong third quarter which culminated with another buzzer beater, this one a three-pointer by Andrew Van Wie, which gave the Wolves their first lead of the game at 40-39. Once they had the lead, the Wolves never gave it back. Wesleyan was led in scoring by Tate Gilley who scored 23 points and hit five 3-pointers.
The JV Girls Basketball team defeated Paideia on Friday night, let by Imani Washington with 21 points and 7 rebounds. Jessie Parrish and Abby Scott added 14 and 13 points, respectively, while Sade Ojanuga had 8 steals.
The JV Boys Basketball team earned wins over Paideia and Tallulah Falls over the weekend. Against the Pythons, Wesleyan pulled out a come-from-behind win, holding Paideia to only one basket in the fourth quarter. The Wolves got clutch scores from Beau Brown and Andrew Van Wie in the final seconds to seal the victory. The Wolves overcame a slow start to beat Tallulah Falls on Saturday. Leading by only 4 at halftime, Wesleyan outscored Tallulah 29-8 in the second half to build the final margin. Wesleyan was led in scoring by Wyatt Hodges and Grant Hill, who scored 13 and 10 points, respectively.
The 7th and 8th Grade Girls Basketball teams combined for a win over Perimeter on Thursday. Morgan Damm led the Lady Wolves with 14 points and 8 steals. Christina McCoy had 13 points, while Katherine Marshall pulled down 7 rebounds.
The 7th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated Perimeter in overtime on Thursday afternoon. Mason Luke hit a go-ahead runner in traffic to put the Wolves ahead for good in a back-and-forth wild second half and overtime. Hayden Ausherman led a spirited defensive effort in the fourth quarter to allow the Wolves to come back from a 13-point deficit. Josh Kavel led the Wolves with 19 points, while Shepard Jones and Townes Hardy added 16 and 8 points, respectively.
The Varsity Swim and Dive team defeated West Forsyth at home on Thursday evening. Mac Howie (500 free) and Colton Villa (100 free, 100 back) earned new state cuts, while Ian Venkatesan (100 back, 8th) and Howie (500 free, 9th) recorded new Top Ten times. See full meet results here.
The Middle School Wrestling team had a strong showing in their first meet after Christmas break, defeating Walker at home on Tuesday. The Wolves got standout performances from Jake Neu (3-0), Christopher Izzo (3-0), Tate Morse (2-0) and Lance Humphrey (2-0) who each went undefeated on the night.
Congratulations to Jahni Kerr who is featured in a recent article by Flosoftball. Kerr, a Florida State commit, has made her mark on Wesleyan's softball program in helping to lead the Wolves to back-to-back state championships over the last 2 seasons. Click here for story.
The Wesleyan Swim and Dive team split with Collins Hill on Friday, with the boys taking first place and the girls falling to the Eagles. Hannah Wasmuth earned a new state cut in the 500 free, while Ian Venkatesan achieved a new Top Ten time in the 100 back (9th place). Click here for story. See full meet results here.
The 8th Grade Girls Basketball team defeated Pace on Saturday. Camryn Register finished with 12 points, Rylee Pierce had 9 points, and Christina McCoy and Morgan Damm added 9 and 8 points, respectively.
The Varsity Wrestling team had an outstanding showing at the Gwinnett County Wrestling Tournament over the weekend. The Wolves, led by county runner-up Harrison Dearth and fellow medalist Donald Conley, finished 7th overall in a field of 20 Gwinnett County High Schools. Wesleyan was the only single A program and the only private school to compete in the competition. See recap here.
The JV Wrestling team finished with 3 county finalists at the Gwinnett County JV Tournament. Payton McKemie and Brendan McIntosh earned runner-up honors, while Trent DeBow was the JV Gwinnett County Champion in the 138 pound weight class. Wesleyan finished in 9th place overall out of 20 Gwinnett County schools.
The JV Boys Basketball won their 9th game of the season with a defeat of Johns Creek on Saturday. Wesleyan used a stifling full-court press and strong offensive performances from Druw Jones (25 pts) and Carson Ballard (10 pts) to down the Gladiators.
The Varsity Wrestling team had a successful bout of competitions over the break picking up dual meet wins over Grayson and Monticello. The Wolves also came away with two medalists, Sam Schmitt and Harrison Dearth, at the 40 team Lambert Hook 'Em Classic. The Wolves will be back in action this weekend at the Gwinnett County Varsity and JV Tournaments.