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TFS coaches name Indians of the Week


Tallulah Falls School coaches have selected their Indian athletes of the week for Aug. 14-19.

Middle School Boy

Eighth grader Charlie Cody of Cornelia was selected as a Tallulah Falls School Indian of the Week by middle school soccer coach Travis Mullis. “Since the season began, Charlie has shown strong leadership on the team,” Mullis said. “Whether it be our initiative for GREAT or our new soccer strategy, Charlie is 100% enthusiastic about it.”

Middle School Girl

Andrea Caudell, an eighth grader from Clarkesville, was named an Indian of the Week by middle school volleyball coach Tamara Griffis. “Andrea has been very diligent in practice since the season began,” Griffis said.  “She is very focused and continuously asks for things she can improve upon. She has especially been working hard on her serve. Last week, Andrea’s hard work and dedication paid off as she had four aces as the team took on Habersham and Faith Christian Academy.”



Varsity Girl

Senior Grace Brewer of Clarkesville was named an Indian of the Week by varsity volleyball coach Brandy Corbett. “Grace, who plays libero, played a major role in helping the team extend our five match winning streak,”  Corbett said. “Grace has epitomized consistency with both her serving ability and in the areas of passing and ball control. We depend on Grace to be the first set of hands that initiate our offensive sets, by making great passes in serve-receive situations.”

Varsity Boy

Senior Jun Kwon of South Korea was selected as an Indian of the Week by varsity soccer coach Jonathan Roberts. “Jun has come into this soccer season with success on his mind,” Roberts said. “He is a tireless worker in practice and is the first to help unload arriving gear, and the last to leave, making sure coach and equipment are sent off in good shape. Jun has offered his skills to be placed where most needed on the field. Playing beside his fellow senior at central defense will give the team a tough and formidable core that may be the best in recent history. Jun’s willingness to serve his team without ego exemplifies his admirable nature and makes his squad rich in character and mental strength.”