Athletics News

Indians of the Week, March 7-12


Tallulah Falls School has named four student-athletes as Indians of the Week for March 7-12. 


Eighth grader Hannah Harkness of Clarkesville was selected as an Indian of the Week by middle school tennis Coach Lisa Wilcox. Wilcox said, “Sometimes Indian of the Week isn’t about the best player and the most wins.  This week I choose a player that has worked her way up from the No. 13 position to the No. seven position on the team.  Hannah has won two of her three matches and consistently improves in her tennis skills daily.  She is very competitive and has a positive attitude as she strives each day to earn a higher spot on the team.”

Hannah Harkness


Middle school golf Coach Cyndy Campbell selected eighth grader Reeves Cody of Cornelia as her Indian of the Week.  “Reeves shot a 50 in nine holes last week against Summit Charter at The Orchard Golf & Country Club,” said Campbell.  “Reeves has been a strong leader on our team. He sets a GREAT example for all of us and I am blessed to coach him.”

Reeves Cody


Junior Draper Smith of Eastanollee was named an Indian of the Week by varsity baseball coach Patrick Mayfield. Coach Mayfield said, “Draper had a really good week of baseball. He stepped up played several roles on our team that helped our team be more competitive.  He pitched 5 really good innings against Towns County which gave us a chance to win. He also caught back-to-back double headers on Saturday and had several hits.”

Draper Smith


The final Indian of the Week is Clare Barry, a senior from Tiger and a member of the varsity girls soccer team. Coach Jane Shoemaker said, “Clare has been very focused in practice, leading weaker players, showing toughness on defense, and yesterday she played her best match to date.”

Clare Barry