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News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • Successful Night for Middle School Wrestling

    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.
  • Varsity Swim and Dive Sweeps on Senior Night

    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.
  • Varsity Wrestling Advances to State Semifinals

    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.
  • 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tops the Spartans

    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.
  • Strong Start Leads to Victory for 7th Grade Wolves

    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.
  • 8th Grade Basketball Teams Top Their Competition

    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.
  • Dual Meet for Middle School Wrestling

    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.
  • JV Boys Rally to Beat the Wildcats

    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.
  • JV Girls Basketball Defeats the Pythons

    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.
  • Varsity Basketball Teams Cruise Past the Cavaliers

    Congratulations to the Varsity Basketball teams who both earned wins over visiting Atlanta Classical Academy on Tuesday night. See recaps here.
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Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Armstrong Leads Bulldogs in Points and Rebounds

    Natalie Armstrong, class of 2017, tied her career-high scoring with 19 points and grabbed 8 rebounds for the Samford Bulldogs in their overtime loss to Mercer on Saturday. See story here.
  • Ramsey Named Assistant Coach at Georgia Tech

    Congratulations to James Ramsey, class of 2008, who was named Assistant Baseball Coach at Georgia Tech. Ramsey was a standout player at Wesleyan and Florida State followed by 7 years of minor league baseball. Click here for story.
  • Wesleyan Inducts Four Into 2019 Athletics Circle of Honor

    Congratulations to Chris Duvall ('10), Holli Wilkins ('12), Katie Frerking ('13) and Bob Worthington who were inducted into the 2019 Wesleyan Athletics Circle of Honor on Friday evening. See story here.
  • Successful First Meet for Lynch

    Meagan Lynch, class of 2018, finished in 4th place out of 9 teams in the 4x400 relay and 10th place in a field of 19 runners in the 300 meter dash for Georgia Southern as they opened their indoor season at the Clemson Opener in South Carolina. See story here.
  • Frazier Leads Berry in Scoring

    Capri Frazier, class of 2017, came off the bench to lead Berry in scoring in their game against Oglethorpe on Friday, finishing with 12 points and 3 steals. See story here.
  • Hodges Named Athlete of the Week

    Congratulations to Jalen Hodges, class of 2016, who was named the Big South Men's Indoor Field Athlete of the Week. Hodges, a junior at Winthrop University, won the high jump competition at the Appalachian Open in Boone, NC.


    See story here.
  • Career-High Tackles for Weed

    Congratulations to Ryan Weed, class of 2017, who had a career-high 8 tackles (6 solo, 2 assisted, and 1 for loss) for Johns Hopkins in their win over Frostburg State on Saturday. With the win, the Blue Jays advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals for the second time in school history. See story here.
  • Career-High Scoring for McDonald

    Nikki McDonald, class of 2015, came off the bench to score a career-high 19 points to help lead Louisiana Tech to victory over Arkansas State on Tuesday. See story here.
  • Stipe Starts Davidson Chapter of Uplifting Athletes

    Kevin Stipe, class of 2016, is making an impact beyond the football field through Uplifting Athletes at Davidson College. Click here for story and video.
  • Armstrong Helps Lead Bulldogs to Victory over Former Teammates

    Natalie Armstrong ('17) faced off against former Wesleyan teammates Danielle Summers ('15) and Bailey Edwards ('17) as Samford University took on Rhodes College on Thursday in Birmingham. Armstrong finished with 10 points and 3 rebounds in the win for Samford. See story here.
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