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TFS coaches name Indians of the Week for March 12-17


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



Eighth-grader Tyler Popham of Demorest was named an Indian of the Week by middle school baseball coach Dustin Rogers. “Tyler had a great game versus Lakeview. “He had three hits, two RBIs and scored twice,” said Rogers. “More importantly, he came in to pitch during a pivotal point in the game where he allowed no runs and one hit, preserving a victory for the team.”


Eighth-grader Brinna Docsol of Toccoa was selected as an Indian of the Week by middle school track and field coach Scott Neal. “Brinna won the triple jump while setting a personal record of 28-feet, seven inches,” said Neal. “She placed second in both the pole vault and the 100-meter hurdles and led off the second place 400-meter relay team in a meet against Banks County, Commerce and East Jackson. She is perpetually upbeat and athletically tenacious. Brinna blesses all with her happy smile and with her GREAT attitude.” 


Junior Jenni Gallagher of Clarkesville was named and Indian of the Week by varsity track and field coach Scott Neal. “Jennie pole vaulted nine feet, zero inches to place fourth at the GAC Invite,” said Neal. “This moves her to No. 2 on the TFS Legacy List. She is practicing with focus and determination to be one of the better vaulters in the region, where she is tied for second, and in state Class-A Private, where she is tied for fifth. Jenni also runs the 400-meter team relay.”


Junior Marvin Thiennukul of Thailand was selected as an Indian of the Week by varsity tennis coach Randy Morris. “Marvin rolled into Social Circle on a mission to set GREAT personal performance standards,” said Morris. His mission was accomplished with a well-fought match over his number two singles opponent. Marvin came from behind to win the match 8-6, leading the way to a 4-1 victory for the boys’ team.