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TFS coaches name Indians of theĀ  Month


Tallulah Falls School coaches have selected their Indian Athletes of the Month for August. 


Eighth-grader Julianne Shirley of Clarkesville was named an Indian of the Month by middle school volleyball coach Whittney LaHayne. “Julianne’s hard work and dedication at practice has been huge in the overall play of the team,” LaHayne said. “She has made tremendous improvement over the course of the season. She helped her teammates regarding where they needed to be on the court. Since the beginning of region play, she has been a key part of the A-team’s success. She works hard, is tenacious and dedicated to improvement.”


Eighth-grader Reilly Chatman of Toccoa was selected as an Indian of the Month by middle school boys soccer coach Travis Mullis. “Stepping up as goalkeeper this year, Reilly has gained his teammates’ full support as he has endured battering blows during training, made leaping saves during matches and kept a calm, determined demeanor in the face of all challenges,” Mullis said. “‘Toughness’ is this year’s theme, and Reilly is a perfect fit. He is quick to receive instruction from his goalkeeper coach and helpful to his teammates.”


Junior Katy Corbett of Lakemont was named an Indian of the Month by varsity volleyball coach Matt Heyl. “Katy was on fire in two of our toughest matches of the season,” Heyl said. “We were able to compete with two powerhouse programs, Brookwood and Winder-Barrow, because of Katy raising her game to the next level. She led the team in almost every category. Katy had the best serve rating and also led the team in kills. Not only is Katy leading in the stats category but she is also a steady, positive and encouraging leader on and off the court.”


Senior Samuel Dunlap of Lakemont was selected as an Indian of the Month by varsity soccer coach Brett Adams. “From well before the season started, Samuel began organizing and communicating the message of soccer at TFS,” Adams said. “His leadership on the practice pitch flows out of his positive outlook, vocal encouragement of teammates and high work rate.  Sam genuinely seeks to include teammates and he models service and kindness. He sets a wonderful standard for our program.” 







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