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TFS coaches name Indians of the Week for April 9-14

 
 

Tallulah Falls School coaches have selected their Indian athletes of the week for April 9-14.

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOY

Sixth-grader Ethan Simmons of Demorest was named an Indian of the Week by track and field coach Scott Neal. “Ethan won the 100-meters and leaped to a personal record by more than a foot in the long jump, placing second,” said Neal. “He also placed fifth in the 200-meters and led-off the winning 400-meter relay team in a season-best time. Ethan pursues excellence, listens attentively and quickly puts into practice new skills and strategies.” 

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRL 

Eighth-grader Allie Dalton of Baldwin was selected as an Indian of the Week by track and field coach Scott Neal. “Allie set personal records and placed second in both the long jump and triple jump at the second Tri-State meet,” said Neal. “She also placed fifth in the 100-meter hurdles and ran in both relays. Allie consistently practices with a purpose to improve her skills and strategies while being a GREAT, positive teammate.” 


VARSITY GIRL

Junior Madison Ball of Tiger was named an Indian of the Week by track and field coach Scott Neal. “Madison set a personal record of 1:07.37 in the 400-meters to place fourth at the seven-team Rust Buster Invite at Parkview High School,” said Neal. “She also ran a fast leg on the 4x4 relay team that placed second and helped the TFS squad place second overall at the meet. Madison is presently ranked 13th in Area 2 and is a leader of GREAT in the program. She is also a voice of empathy, a role model of toughness and work ethic and a visionary of all things team.”

VARSITY BOY

Sophomore Thomas Harris of Clarkesville was selected as an Indian of the Week by varsity baseball coach Mark Wilcox. “Thomas pitched the best game I’ve seen in my two years here at TFS,” said Wilcox. “He threw a complete game against a very good Commerce team. Thomas pitched seven strong innings while throwing only 78 pitches, 57 of which were strikes. He struck out five while walking only one and allowing only seven hits.”