MS Basketball Tryouts!
Middle School Boys
Basketball tryouts (7th & 8th) will be held on Monday, October 20, through Friday, October 24, in the new gym. Middle School Girls
Basketball tryouts will be held on Monday, October 20, at 3:45 p.m. in Dobbs Gym.
- We will finish in time for the late bus.
- All players should have updated medical information (including physicals) on file to participate.
- Players should be dressed out in P.E. uniform and athletic shoes.
The MS Cross Country teams completed their season on Saturday at the state meet in Cochran, GA
The boys finished 7th in the large school division composed of more than 40 teams, finishing only 21 points away from 3rd place! Top seven finishers were:
18th - Cass Bowers, 12:23
44 - Farron Edmunds, 12:58
56 - Jake Landgraff, 13:10
60 - Peter Papapolymerou, 13:15
99 - Rahul Khandelwal, 13:44
125 - Allen Thompson, 14:10
159 - Harry Putt, 14:45
JV boys race, 13th place out of 50 schools
59 - Will Reese, 14:14
65 - Michael Chapin, 14:53
82 - Teddy Nelso, 15:16
93 - Mitchell Crawford, 15:23
117 - Jett Matre, 16:12
148 - Miller Daly, 19:03
The girls also finished 7th in the state meet. Top finishers were:
28 - Cece Ng, 13:55
35 - Brooklyn Carr, 14:19
37 - Sarah Brummett, 14:19
80 - Hope Englert, 15:29
116 - Teagan Fritts, 16:28
125 - Anya Vijayvergita, 16:43
131 - Lele Preuss, 16:50
33 - Teddy Oprisch, 16:17
53 - Ella Bennett, 17:13
Thanks to all who ran and represented WAMS so well!
In the final game for the season, Woodward's 7th grade team won 32-24 over Holy Innocents to remain undefeated on the year and win the league championship. Dawson Ellington led the team with two rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown. Kamani Vidal added two more scores from the running back position. Bo Hogeboom had a big day passing, with the touchdown to Ellington and several completed passes to Micah Robinson, Rashad Torrence, Jacorrei Turner and Maguire Brown. The defense and kicking teams were led by standout Chase Engelhard who recorded a number of solo tackles and assists on Saturday. He had an interception to stop one Holy Innocents drive. The defense also was boosted by two more interceptions, one by Micah Robinson and one by Leo Rincon. The captains for the game were Adam Thrasher, Cameron Dorsey, Robby Strianese, and Leo Rincon.
After the game, the team met for their end-of-the-year party, where several awards were given out and players were recognized. The team captains for the year, that were recognized for earning the most positive responses by the Middle School teachers during the season, were Parker Mitchell, Ethan Allagnon, and Pace McCoy. The team players also were asked to vote for the season awards. Darius Meeks, Antavious Fish, Micah Robinson, Jacorrei Turner and Dawson Ellington were all recognized for different awards for their performance in games on offense, defense, or special teams. The team voted Kamani Vidal their Most Valuable Player for the season.