2021-22 SCHEDULE


3 Jaden Andrews SO Decatur, GA
1 Tyler Brown FR Lithonia, GA
33 Bryan Cope SO Mt. Airy, GA
22 Tommy Crawford SO Mt. Airy, GA
10 Diego Crotta SO Cornelia, GA
15 Lincoln Hall SO Mt. Airy, GA
32 Colton Hicks SO Clarkesville, GA
44 George Ketch JR Clarkesville, GA
23 Sam Ketch FR Clarkesville, GA
14 Gavin Page JR Clayton, GA
12 Tyler Popham JR Demorest, GA
4 Will Seaman SO Tallulah Falls, GA
MGR Joel Bourlet FR Tallulah Falls, GA
MGR Keelie Parks SO Mt. Airy, GA
MGR Jacob Sotunde FR Roswell, GA



The boys JV basketball team plays its home games in the Student Activity Center on the Middle School campus.


Program "At a Glance" (PDF)


Lowell Hamilton – JV Coach

Lowell Hamilton is a former High School All-American basketball player being ranked as high as the No. 1 high school basketball player in the nation by Street & Smith Sports News magazine, and was recruited by every major NCAA basketball program in the nation.

Hamilton played four years at the University of Illinois and had the privilege of being instrumental in the famed 'Fly'in Illini' run to the NCAA college basketball's Final Four in 1989. After his college career, Hamilton went on to play nine years of professional basketball in Turkey, Greece, and Israel. During his time in Greece, he had coached youth basketball teams in which some of his players became European professionals.

Hamilton graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in political science. He is married to Adrianna and they have raised three children together.

Hamilton guided TFS to an undefeated 2020-21 season, as the JV Indians went 13-0.

Cody Coleman – Assistant Coach

Cody Coleman played basketball at Rabun County High School and later at the University of North Georgia. At UNG he was recognized as a Presidential Scholar-Athlete and received the Department of Athletics All-Academic Award. He graduated from UNG with an undergraduate degree in history and a graduate degree in Public Administration. Coleman teaches history at the Upper School.

In his first season over the boys basketball program at TFS ('19-20), he led the Indians to a state playoff appearance.