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TFS coaches name Indians of the Week


Tallulah Falls School coaches have selected their Indian athletes of the week for February 12-17.

Middle School Girl

Eighth-grader Carmen Sotunde of Roswell was selected as an Indian of the Week by middle school track and field coach Scott Neal. “Carmen had a GREAT week of practice,” Neal said. “Highly focused while learning start and sprinting techniques, she also consistently encourages teammates while striving to achieve realistic goals. Carmen is a tremendous representative of, and contributor to, TFS track and field.”

Middle School Boy

Seventh-grader Hutson Eller of Clarkesville was named an Indian of the Week by middle school baseball coach Dustin Rogers. “Hutson had an awesome week of practice where he continues to improve at his outfield position,” Rogers said. “He consistently tracked down and caught most balls hit in his direction. In addition, he is swinging the bat well and displaying surprising power. Hutson’s hustle is contagious to his teammates.”

Varsity Girl

Junior Emily Wonders of Clarkesville was named an Indian of the Week by varsity tennis coach Randy Morris. “Emily’s play led the way for our Lady Indians in a 3-2 victory over Habersham Central,” Morris said. “Emily played like a backboard returning shots that had her opponent scratching her head. However, it was her tenacious play that was so impressive. Emily earned a hard-fought 8-6 win and remains undefeated for the season.”

Varsity Boy

Sophomore Reeves Cody of Cornelia was selected as an Indian of the Week by varsity basketball coach Jim Van Hooser. “Reeves has become one of the leaders of our team,” Van Hooser said. “He has been a strong voice in the locker room and on the court. He has a solid understanding of the game which allows him to do things to help the team. Reeves is a team-first player and had a great game in the state tournament, scoring 15 points, pulling down six rebounds all while holding his man under 10 points. Reeves understands the meaning of ‘team’ and ‘excellence’ as well as any athlete.”