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TFS coaches name Indians of the Month for September

 
 

Tallulah Falls School coaches have selected their Indian athletes of the month for September. 

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRL

Ellesen Eubank, a seventh grader from Tallulah Falls, was named an Indian of the Month by middle school tennis coach Lisa Wilcox.  “Ellesen had a stellar season, finishing with a 7-1 record,” Wilcox said. “She is always eager to learn, showed GREAT sportsmanship on and off the court, and honed her skills with focus and fervor. Her kindness toward others was impeccable as was her quest to develop her talent and help her team succeed.”

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOY

Ethan Wanner, a seventh grader from Toccoa, was selected as an Indian of the Month by middle school cross country coach Scott Neal. “Ethan ran a 12:49 race to finish third at the Tri-State Middle School cross country championships and move up to #30 on the coveted TFS 3K farm course legacy list,” Neal said. “Ethan helped his team record a perfect cross country score to earn the conference championship banner. His dedication and love of his team were apparent throughout the season. As a team veteran, he often took the opportunity to lead and help the team in whatever manner needed.”

 


 

VARSITY GIRL

Junior Demali Danavall has been selected as an Indian of the Month by varsity volleyball coach Brandy Corbett. “Damali improved dramatically over the course of the season and her presence on the JV squad, which finished 22-2, and then stepping up to the varsity level, showed the ‘grit and team-first’ attitude so important to our success,” Corbett said. “Damali is a GREAT example of a developing player whose sole purpose is team-oriented, who connects well with everyone, and whose improved play contributes significantly to the team’s success.”

VARSITY BOY

Senior Noah Metcalf of Clarkesville was named an Indian of the Month by varsity soccer coach Jonathan Roberts. “Noah earned a regular starting spot in his final season with the team,” Roberts said. “His perseverance and dedication to the sport are paying big dividends. He has continued to grow as an athlete in all aspects of the game: foot skill, field vision, game intelligence and team leadership. His leadership and courage have been very important to the team as a member of a strong defensive line.”