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Indians of the Week: September 11-16


TFS has named the Indians of the Week for the week of September 11-16. This week's selections are Katie Anderson and Oier Linera Mallea for high school, and Mary Kate Ball and Jackson Davis for middle school. MORE INDIANS OF THE WEEK

Katie Anderson - Softball

Katie Anderson has been a consistent presence at the top of the lineup as a great leadoff hitter. She leads the team in OPS (on base plus slugging percentage). She's also the Lady Indians' leader in doubles, triples, and runs scored. She is a great leader, and the kids on the team listen to her. I feel very comfortable with having her as the leadoff hitters, and she was a great softball IQ. She is well-deserving as Indian of the Week. -coach Jo Kimbrel

Oier Linera Mallea - Cross Country

Freshman Oier Linera Mallea, new to cross country, attacks every practice and meet with gusto, appreciates the vast opportunities before him, takes initiative in communication and responsibility, and contributes significantly to the life of the team. He is continually improving, recently running the 5k in 23:36. Oier has been a role model of how to deal with an injury; his growth mindset, honest communication, and persistent and resilient rehab set him apart when it comes to a "no excuses" outlook on life. -coach Scott Neal

Mary Kate Ball - Cross Country

Seventh-grader Mary Kate Ball had her best race of the season so far, placing 19th out of 144 harriers with a time of 14:57.7 for the 2 mile course at the 15 school North Georgia Invite held at UNG Gainesville. MK ran strategically brilliant, reserving enough energy along the course to move up six places in the second half of the race with a well-timed surge and strong finishing kick. MK practices with purpose, is poised in pursuit of excellence, and places importance on being a GREAT teammate! -coach Scott Neal

Jackson Davis - Tennis

The Tennis Indian of the Week for the boys' team is Jackson Davis. Jackson was on a roll this week winning both of his matches (8-3, 8-0). He has been very successful this season since moving from a position with first doubles to third singles. While it has been an adjustment, Jackson has handled it well. He works hard on the court and has been at all the practices. We also appreciate the sportsmanship that Jackson displays during his matches. -coach Anthony Cox

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