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TFS coaches name Indians of the Week

 
 

 

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

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRL

Seventh-grader Kyndal Anderson of Mt. Airy was selected as an Indian of the Week by middle school girls basketball coach Sharea Long. “In Saturday’s game against Commerce, Kyndal was on fire,” Long said. “Diving on loose balls, playing in-your-face aggressive defense and attacking the basket on offense were just a few things she did in our first game. Kyndal led by example and encouraged her teammates. She ended the game with four points and five steals.”

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOY

Sixth-grader Clay Kafsky of Clarkesville was named an Indian of the Week by middle school ‘B’ squad coach Logan James. “Clay has pushed through some physical adversity this week,” James said. “He did not complain and came to work every day. He played very well and very hard in our scrimmage and has been a vocal leader on the court.”


VARSITY GIRL

Senior Isabeau Keene of Demorest was named an Indian of the Week by swim coach Annette Cochran. “Isabeau started diving over the summer,” Cochran said. “Her background in gymnastics and dance has played a huge part in her success. Isabeau competed in her first dive meet this past weekend. She completed a six-dive format with a degree of difficulty ranging from 1.5 to 2.4, consisting of dives such as back 1-1/2 somersault, 1/2 twist free and inward 1-1/2 somersault tuck. She scored a total of 225 points, was the runner-up in the meet and qualified for the GHSA state dive meet.”

VARSITY BOY

Junior Winston Davis of the Bahamas was selected as an Indian of the Week by varsity basketball coach Jim Van Hooser. “Winston has been a consistently hard-working teammate who leads by his work ethic,” Van Hooser said. “He always asks for extra work to make himself better and is always seeking ways to improve himself. This past week, Winston had a great scrimmage leading the way with five assists and eight steals while scoring 10 points in a little more than two quarters.”