• Evan Dyer, Football
    October 15, 2017
    “Evan was a leader on defense this past Friday and has been a solid performer all year. He has become an aggressive tackler on our defense. He has also served well on offense and on special teams. Evan is a junior leader who will have a major role next year for the Tigers.” – Coach Chupp
  • Carson Elwell, Cheerleading
    October 15, 2017
    “Carson is dedicated to the cheerleading team and always has a great attitude at practice and during games. Each team member was allowed two unexcused absences during the season, but Carson never took them! She is always willing to try new jumps, stunts, etc., and always has a smile on her face.” – Coach Hewlett
  • Madison Stampfl, Cheerleading
    October 15, 2017
    “Madison Stampfl is dedicated to the cheerleading team and always has a great attitude at practice and during games. Each team member was allowed two unexcused absences during the season, but Madison never took them! She is always willing to try new jumps, stunts, etc., and always has a smile on her face.” – Coach Hewlett
  • Patty Cordero, Cross Country
    October 08, 2017
    “The XC Athlete of the Week is Patricia Cordero. Patty’s leadership of the girls has been invaluable over the last few years. Her dedication to workouts, her determination to overcome injuries, and her genuine passion for the sport make her an excellent example for the younger girls.” – Coach King
  • Thomas Smith, Football
    October 08, 2017
    “Thomas is a senior leader for us this year. He was our top Super Tiger this summer and one of our top attendance winners as well. Thomas has been a top performer for us all season. He is a two-way starter for us and important to our special teams as well.” – Coach Chupp
  • Brelin Wakefield, Cheerleading
    October 08, 2017
    “Brelin has been learning and working on a “full” dismount from our stunts. We had a last-minute change for the pep rally and Brelin stepped -up and did it perfectly! She showed lots of determination and mental toughness.” – Coach Hewlett
  • Lillian Arnold, Cheerleading
    October 01, 2017
    “Lillian is a great base for our stunts! Over the past few weeks, we've been practicing a few advanced stunts for our routine and Lillian has been solid. While learning new stunts, there are always a few hard hits and imperfect dismounts but Lillian always stays strong and never complains! She also brings a high-level of tumbling and overall cheerleading technique to the team.” – Coach Hewlett
  • Will Hankins, Cross Country
    October 01, 2017
    “The XC Athlete of the Week is Will Hankins. At Darlington, Will set a new PR, improving his previous best by more than 3 minutes. His desire to grow in his new sport excites me as his coach, and I look forward to watching him set and achieve new goals as the season reaches its climax.” – Coach King
  • Hayden Milling, Football
    October 01, 2017
    “Our Athlete of the Week is Hayden Milling who led the way in our victory over Pinecrest. Hayden had 179 all-purpose yards, 1 TD reception, and 1 interception. As a team captain, Hayden has led well. His enthusiasm and positive attitude even makes practice enjoyable.” – Coach Chupp
  • Vivian Anker, Softball
    September 24, 2017
    “Vivian’s bat has come alive at the end of the varsity softball season. Last week, Vivian started a 2 out rally hitting a key single in her first at bat against Walker. Vivian continued to hit the ball at every at bat helping the Lady Tigers win both games against Walker on Senior night. The coaches look forward to watching Vivian excel at the plate during post season play.” – Coach Tucker
  • Hayden Danyo, Cheerleading
    September 24, 2017
    “Hayden serves as our team chaplain and she makes each devotional unique! The message always applies to our team and difficulties the girls face at school and at practice. She brings a strong, sweet spirit to the team.” – Coach Hewlett
  • Tyler Gerding, Football
    September 24, 2017
    “Tyler is the Athlete of the Week for Football. Tyler is one of the most dependable players on our team. He has started every game this season at left tackle and he also plays on defense and special teams. Tyler has a great attitude and great work ethic. He is a great teammate as well.” – Coach Chupp
  • Heaven Robinson, Volleyball
    September 24, 2017
    “Heaven is extremely talented and athletic, serving our team this year as a middle and occasionally as a right side. More importantly, she has this ability to make connections with every player on the team and is good at picking up others' attitudes with humor and optimism. We will miss her so much next year!” – Coach Morris
  • Emma Smith, Cross Country
    September 24, 2017
    “Emma Smith is the Cross Country Athlete of the Week. Emma has worked diligently to improve her 5k time, and her efforts were rewarded at Darlington where she set a new personal record and finished in the top 40 of 257 athletes.” – Coach King
  • Mary Corser, Softball
    September 17, 2017
    “Senior Mary Corser has had a break out year at the plate for the tigers this year. This past week she had key hits in all three games against some of the top teams in the region. Mary continues to be a utility player on defense but has spent most of her time at first base this season.” – Coach Tucker
  • Ella Reid, Volleyball
    September 17, 2017
    “Ella is consistent and has an incredibly great serve. Not only is Ella a dedicated athlete, she is also a team player, willing to put the team's needs before her own. She is a server who is consistently near the top of our stat charts. I look forward to seeing all she'll do in the next few years in our program!” – Coach Morris
  • Joshua Stallworth, Football
    September 17, 2017
    “The Athlete of the Week for Football is Joshua Stallworth. Joshua has been an impact player for our football team the past two seasons. He is an outstanding defensive back and a solid performer on offense. He suffered a knee injury in the Mount Paran game and will be missed in the weeks ahead.” – Coach Chupp
  • Cullen Teas, Cross Country
    September 17, 2017
    “The Cross Country Athlete of the Week is Cullen Teas. Cullen continues to set the standard for the men’s team as his tireless efforts demonstrate his respect for the sport and his desire to compete at his best. It doesn’t hurt that he remains the fastest runner.” – Coach King
  • Sydney DeFelice, Volleyball
    September 10, 2017
    “Sydney has stepped up in a big way to help set for Varsity on several occasions. She is an enthusiastic player with determination on the court; she hustles after every ball. We look forward to seeing great things from her over the next few seasons!” – Coach Morris
  • Robby DeFelice, Football
    September 10, 2017
    “In only his second year of playing football, Robby has become a two way-starter and a valuable special teams player. Robby has great speed and a great attitude.” – Coach Chupp
  • Hannah Miracle, Softball
    September 10, 2017
    “Senior Hannah Miracle has stepped up as the leader on the Varsity Softball team. Not only has she been a pillar in center field and moved herself up in the batting line up, she has emerged as the leader of our team. Hannah’s leadership has contributed to the Varsity team having one of the best seasons in softball history at King’s Ridge. The coaches are so proud of Hannah and look forward to watching her soar during the last part of the season.” – Coach Tucker
  • Rachel Smith, Cross Country
    September 10, 2017
    “Rachel Smith is the XC Athlete of the Week. Rachel’s hard work was rewarded Saturday when she finished 3rd at the Fulton XC Championships in the Open Race.” – Coach King
  • Abby Williams, Cheerleading
    September 10, 2017
    “Abby is always in a great mood at practice and brings lots of spirit to the team. She is also willing to try new stunts and help the team in any way needed. Abby did an excellent job leading the pep rally!” – Coach Hewlett
  • Sean Barden, Football
    September 03, 2017
    “Sean Barden is our Athlete of the Week. Sean has made a valuable contribution to our team this season. He worked very hard this summer to get ready for a tough football season. He is stronger and in better shape than he has ever been. He anchors down the defensive front for us this year, playing nearly every snap on defense. Sean has really matured as a team leader as well. He received the Defensive Player of the Week Award for our game against Whitefield Academy.” – Coach Chupp
  • Cambri Driskell, Cheerleading
    September 03, 2017
    “Cambri is a captain on the team and brings great leadership to our group. She always has a positive attitude and keeps her teammates focused during practices and games. Cambri brings an energetic spirit to the team and is always ready to do training exercises!” – Coach Hewlett
  • Carly Fahey, Softball
    September 03, 2017
    “Freshman Carly Fahey has made an immediate impact on the Varsity softball team earning the starting short stop position. Not only has her strong defense helped lead the softball team to more wins than any other season her bat has come alive at the plate. Carly hit her first “Over the Fence” home run in the game against NCC last week and her bat has continued to be hot ever since. Carly’s leadership on and off the field has been remarkable.” – Coach Tucker
  • Kelly Smoltz, Volleyball
    September 03, 2017
    “Not only is Kelly an excellent all-around player, she is a great leader on the court. She typically leads the team in serving in each match and attacks the ball aggressively. Most importantly, she has such a servant’s heart and is willing to do whatever it takes to make our team successful. We are blessed to have such a committed player on our team!” – Coach Morris
  • Ben Hall, Cross Country
    August 27, 2017
    “Ben Hall is the XC Athlete of the Week. As a junior, Ben has grown into a leadership role with the XC squad. He leads by example as he’s diligent in workouts and always excited to compete on the weekends.” – Coach King
  • Parker Lefton, Football
    August 27, 2017
    “Parker is a team captain and starter for the Tigers. He anchors the offensive line at center and does an amazing job. He also plays a good bit of defense and handles long snapping. Parker is an excellent student and has aspirations of playing football in college. Currently, he has an offer from Mercer University and interest from UGA and some Ivy League schools.” – Coach Chupp
  • Jessica Mooney, Softball
    August 27, 2017
    “Freshman Jessica Mooney has stepped up big for the Tigers this season switching from starting pitcher in middle school to starting catcher for the varsity team. Jessica has put in extra work all season and has made a huge difference behind the plate. Not only has Jessica been a difference maker behind the plate, her bat has also come alive with a few key hits leading the tigers to a 3 game winning streak.” – Coach Tucker
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