SCHEDULE

FALL 2021 SCHEDULE

TFS Mushrooms (League of Legends)

FALL 2021: 16-5 (ranked #5 in the state); State Elite 8

SPRING 2022: 12-2 (ranked #4 in the state); State Elite 8

Tallulah Falls Indians (Rocket League)

FALL 2021: 5-3 (ranked #37 in the state); State Playoffs
SPRING 2022: 6-8

TFS Reames (Madden)

FALL 2021: 8-6 (ranked #15 in the state); State Playoffs

Gareth Mickels (FIFA)

FALL 2021: 3-6

ROSTER: FALL · SPRING

ROCKET LEAGUE
NAME GRADE HOMETOWN
Amy Henriques JR Cornelia, GA
Adam Kennedy JR Canon, GA
Ezekiel Phillips SO Eastanollee, GA
Wyatt York (MGR) JR Mt. Airy, GA

 

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS
NAME GRADE HOMETOWN
Nana Amakawah JR Conyers, GA
Junyi "Rick" He SR Ningbo, China
Yuyue "David" Hu SO Shanghai, China
Jingan "Jerry" Sang SR Shanghai, China
Jingyi "Jason" Sang SR Shanghai, China
Daniel Shin SO Seoul, Korea
William Xu FR Shenzhen, China

 

HISTORY/RECORDS

FINAL 4: 2020-21
ELITE 8: 2019-20 (7th) | 2020-21 | 2021-22 (2X)

ESports History/Records

LINKS

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COACHES

Casey Barron - Head Coach

casey.barron@tallulahfalls.org

Casey Barron is entering his 2nd season as the head coach of Esports at Tallulah Falls School. He is an IT Specialist and has been at Tallulah Falls School since 2015. Tallulah Falls School started the Esports program in the fall of 2019. During the 2019-2020 GHSA Esports season, the program had 30 students competing in League of Legends and Rocket League. Barron was assisted by Josh Brady and Zeke Massee and helped guide the Esports League of Legends team to a 7th place ranking in the state. Both the League of Legends and Rocket League teams had a stellar first year with both making the state playoffs and finishing with an impressive ranking in the state. As Esports continues to grow Coach Barron expects great things from the Tallulah Falls team in the future.

 

 


Josh Brady - Assistant Coach

josh.brady@tallulahfalls.org

Josh Brady enters his second season as an assistant coach for Esports, as he helped guide the team to a seventh-place finish in state in the inaugural 2019-20 season.