Tennis - The Varsity Girls team continues to dominate its opponents, beating Whitefield this week, 5-0. Linden Patterson (6-1, 6-4), Rhodes Reddick (6-2, 6-1) and Grace Harwell (6-4, 6-3) won the three singles lines while Cami Fitzgerald / Anjali Kanuru (6-1, 6-0) and Megan Duckworth / Maddy Atwill (64, 6-1) won their doubles lines. The Wolverines will take their 10-1-1 record into the Area Tournament starting on Tuesday. The Boys Varsity fell to Whitefield, but Paul Fridman at Line #1 Singles continues to excel. He won his 11th match of the season, beating his opponent 6-0, 6-0. They will face Christian Heritage on Monday at home in the first round of the Area Tournament.
Golf - The Varsity boys golf team continued to see success finishing 2nd as a team in the Chris Kirk Invitational behind only Etowah. Mill Creek, Pope and Mt. Vernon rounded out the top 5. Ben Powell led the way for Walker with a personal best 76 to finish 8th. Harry Gregory finished 14th with a personal best 78 while Matt Rossitch (81) and Caden Cowan (83) were the other two counters in the match. The MS Golf team remains undefeated after their 93-98 win over Mt. Pisgah. Jack Raabe was even par for the day.
Baseball - The Varsity Boys traveled to Savannah during spring break and went 2-1 on the week. In the first the Wolverines fell in a close one, 7-6 to Savannah Country Day. Then in a double-header, Walker beat The St. Andrews School, 12- 2 then 19-3. The JV team was in action last week, falling in a close one to Mt. Paran, 4-5. Jackson Williams hit a 3-run homerun while Anthony Spradling hit a 1-run double and Carson Hodges, an 8th grader, had 2 hits.
Soccer - The Boys Varsity team tied North Springs, 1-1, on a rocket from Spencer Parrish that found the back of the net. The JV team had a strong win over Holy Innocents’, 5-0. Victor Dekeyser, Gavin Johnson, Billy Melvin, Neal Manocha, and Felipe Angel scored for the Wolverines. The MS Girls team earned its second win of the season, 2-1 against Mt. Pisgah. Mikaya Crumby scored both goals in the game. For the MS boys, Luke DeBusk continues to shine in goal as he had 14 saves in both games this week. Against Mt. Pisgah, on offense, Hamzah Hindi, Sam Moffett and Matthew Torres scored for the Wolverines.