News and Notes

List of 10 news stories.

  • 8th Grade Boys Basketball Tops Centennial

    The 8th Grade Boys Basketball team got strong performances from Thomas Chipman and Scott Morgan to defeat Centennial at home on Tuesday. Chipman and Morgan finished with 16 points apiece to lead the Wolves to victory.
  • Hard Work Pays Off As Wesleyan Softball Earns Team and Individual Awards at County Banquet

    Congratulations to the Varsity Softball players and coaches who were honored at the Gwinnett Diamond Club banquet on Tuesday evening. Several players received individual honors including Madison Kerpics (Co-Pitcher of the Year), Jahni Kerr (Player of the Year), Savannah Sommer and Jennifer Nolan (1st Team All-County), and Emma-Kate Means and Reece Holbrook (Players of the Month). Wesleyan also earned Team of the Year honors and Head Coach Mary Stephenson was named Coach of the Year.
  • JV Girls Basketball Defeats the Knights in Season Opener

    The JV Girls Basketball team opened their season with a win over Pace Academy on Tuesday night. Lanni Brown led the Lady Wolves with 16 points, while Imani Washington had 13 points and grabbed 8 rebounds.
  • Middle School Swim and Dive Tops Norcross in Second Meet of the Season

    The Middle School Swim and Dive team defeated Norcross at home on Tuesday behind plenty of first place finishes and high scores from the entire team. Congratulations to the following who finished in the top spot in their races: Gabe Smith (200 medley relay, diving, 100 fly, 400 free relay), Carter Hayes (200 medley relay, 100 breast, 400 free relay), Henry Wasmuth (200 medley relay, 500 free, 400 free relay), Will Hillegass (200 medley relay, 100 back, 400 free relay), Paul Weidle (50 free, 200 free relay), Kate O’Shields (50 free), Kate Powell (diving), Tim Hillegass (100 free, 200 free relay), Maria Hill (100 free, 400 free relay), Asa Phillips (200 free relay), Raymond Homan (200 free relay), Caroline Stewart (100 breast), Kate Stolle (400 free relay), Mamie Pridgen (400 free relay), and Lindsay Friedman (400 free relay). See full meet results here.
  • 7th Grade Wolves Defeat Centennial

    The 7th Grade Boys Basketball team defeated Centennial at home on Tuesday evening. Full court pressure and an up-tempo pace pushed the Wolves ahead 17-3 after the first quarter and to a 36-13 lead at halftime. Townes Hardy led all scorers with 16 points.  Josh Kavel added 12 points to lead another balanced scoring attack as ten different Wolves scored.
  • Cross Country Runners Earn All-Area Honors

    Congratulations to Mac Howie, Stafford McDaniel, Sophie Villa, Ashley Doran, and Taylor Strohmeier who were named All-Area First Team. Fletcher Morris, Shane Kelly, Katie Tanner, and Mikayla John were selected to the All-Area Second Team. See story here.
  • Varsity Girls Basketball Downs the Knights

    The Varsity Girls Basketball team began regular season play with a win over Pace on the road on Tuesday. See recap here.
  • Wesleyan Leads in All-Region Softball Selections

    Congratulations to Jahni Kerr who was named Region 5-A Player of the Year and Madison Kerpics who earned Pitcher of the Year honors. Click here to see full list of First Team and Second Team region honors earned by Wesleyan's Varsity Softball players.
  • JV Wrestling Earns Five Gold Medals

    The JV Wrestling team opened their season on Saturday at the Archer Scramble. Congratulations to Brendan McIntosh, RJ Aycox, Brogan MacInnis, Trent Debow, and Jake Neu who each earned a gold medal in the competition.
  • Wolves Open Season at Lassiter Invitational

    The Varsity Wrestling team began their season on Saturday among tough competition at the Lassiter Invitational. The Wolves were led by third place finisher Sam Schmitt who went 3-1 on the day. Wesleyan also got a standout performance from Harrison Dearth who finished with a 3-1 record.

Alumni News

List of 10 news stories.

  • 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.
  • Prince Scores Two in Wolves' Victory

    Sadie Prince, class of 2018, got her first and second collegiate goals for the University of West Georgia in their win over Delta State on Sunday. Click here for story.
  • Lopez Nets Goal for Oglethorpe

    Abraham Lopez, class of 2018, scored his second goal of the season to help lead Oglethorpe University to victory over Washington University. See story here.
  • Cannon Gets First Career TD

    Tucker Cannon, class of 2016, earned his first career touchdown for the Mercer Bears in their game against The Citadel on Saturday. See story here.
  • Frerking Helps Lead Jackets to Wins Over UGA and Arkansas

    Lauren Frerking, class of 2015, had 5 aces, 7 kills, and 9 blocks for Georgia Tech in their wins over UGA and Arkansas. See results from UGA game here.
  • Career-High Digs for Mangum

    Congratulations to Audrey Mangum, class of 2017, who had a career-high 15 digs for Lafayette College in their win over Delaware State on Friday night. See story here.

  • David Andrews Reflects on Value of High School Athletics

    David Andrews, class of 2011 and a captain for the New England Patriots, talks about his experience at Wesleyan and the lifelong impact of high school sports. Click here for story.
  • Anderson Nets First Collegiate Goal

    TJ Anderson, class of 2017, scored her first collegiate goal for the Richmond Spiders on Friday evening. Anderson played her freshman season at the University of Louisville before transferring to Richmond this season. See story here.
  • Preseason All-Conference Selection for Stark

    Congratulations to Christian Stark, class of 2015 and starter for the Samford University football team, who was named Southern Conference Preseason 2nd Team Defense. See story here.
  • Thompkins and Real Madrid Win European Championship

    Congratulations to Howard "Trey" Thompkins, class of 2008, who helped lead Real Madrid to a EuroLeague Championship over the weekend. Thompkins finished with 10 points, 5 rebounds, and went 6-6 from the free throw line. See story here.