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TFS coaches name Indians of the Week for March 5-10

 
 

 

Tallulah Falls School coaches have selected their Indian athletes of the week for March 5-10.

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOY

Eighth-grader Trevor Bramlett was selected as an Indian of the Week by middle school golf coach Cyndy Campbell. “Trevor is our only eighth grader on the squad,” said Campbell. “He always practices with a purpose and is a good leader. He is a true gentleman on the course and our experienced players look up to him. Trevor is dependable, always on time, works hard at his game and is cool under pressure. It is a pleasure to coach him and watch him grow in golf.”

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRL

Sixth-grader Ellie Southards of Dillard was named an Indian of the Week by middle school track and field coach Scott Neal. “Ellie placed sixth in the shot put, eighth in the 100 meters and twelfth in the discus and ran on two relays at the Junior Eagle Invite,” said Neal. “The Invite is a 13-school meet with hundreds of middle school athletes that is held at East Jackson High School.”


VARSITY GIRL

Senior Sophie Burke of Chesterton, Indiana was named an Indian of the Week by varsity tennis coach Randy Morris. “Sophie performed like a true team captain in a come-from-behind win over her Athens Academy opponent this past week,” Morris said. “Although falling behind 0-4 to start the match, Sophie showed poise and tenacity to come away with an 8-4 victory. Sophie’s victory led the way to a 3-2 win, our first ever against Athens Academy. Sophie is an inspiration to her team and the coaches.”

VARSITY BOY

Freshman Grey Bourlet of Tallulah Falls was selected as an Indian of the Week by varsity track and field coach Scott Neal. “Grey won the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles at the Bo James Invitational,” said Neal. “He is currently ranked No. 2 in both hurdle events in Region 8-A. Gray earned Athlete of the Meet honors, placing fourth in the pole vault while tying a personal record of 11-feet. He also had the fastest split on his 4 x 4 team. He versatile background of adventuring across North Georgia has helped him to become a stellar athlete.”