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TFS coaches name Indians of the Week for Oct. 15-20

 
 

Tallulah Falls School coaches have selected their Indian athletes of the week for October 15-20.

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRL

Seventh-grader Molly Mitchell of Cornelia was named an Indian of the Week by middle school basketball coach Sharea Long. “Molly displays a positive attitude, encourages her teammates and leads by example,” said Long. “She works hard and is very respectful to staff and her fellow teammates.” 

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOY

Eighth-grader Mason Dawe of Demorest was selected as an Indian of the Week by middle school boys basketball coach Tom Tilley. “In our first week of practice Mason demonstrated an impeccable work ethic and vocal leadership skills,” said Tilley. “Learning a new system, Mason was easily the best one-on-one defender and was quick to master fundamentals.”


VARSITY GIRLS

Varsity volleyball coach Matt Heyl named three of his sophomores as Indians of the Week: Abby Carlan of Baldwin, Katy Corbett of Lakemont and Rebekah Jennings of Clarkesville. “These three had to give up most of their sophomore trip to Charleston to come back and help their team prepare for the state volleyball tournament,” said Heyl. “They worked through any frustrations they may have had in an amazingly mature way. They sacrificed for their team and demonstrated superb attitudes throughout the process. Because of this, the attitude of the team stayed positive and energetic which helped lead us to our first state tournament victory. I thank these girls for their great leadership.”  


 



VARSITY BOY

Senior Caleb Griffis of Martin was selected as an Indian of the Week by varsity cross country coach Scott Neal. “Caleb has been the clear, GREAT leader of the boys' varsity cross country team,” said Neal. “He embodies significant leadership attributes that unite his team. He trains with a purpose, competes fiercely and strategically and connects his teammates to each other and to our goals. Caleb has contributed to the life of cross country since sixth grade and has lettered all four high school years.”