JV/Varsity – Lady Wolverines Softball Program:
* Varsity/JV teams to be named later

Alyse Murphy
Ava Murphy
Bailea Blanton
Brooklyn McNeese (8th Grade)
Chippy Staton
Chloe Conley
Destiny Anderson
Emma Cook
Faith Duckett
Grace Menard (8th Grade)
Hannah Forbes (8th Grade)
Jess Cook
Juliette Thomas
Laura Bishop
Lindsay Bohannon
Madison Carruthers (8th Grade)
Maggie Zeigler
McKay Crouch
Megan Chastain
Megan Mann (8th Grade)
Molly Wiggins (8th Grade)
Nikki Rogers
Rachael Roddy
Sofia Tunon
Sydney Salamone
Taylor Savors

 

JR League- Lady Wolverines Softball Program:
* JR’s Teams to be named later

Abbey Stickle
AJ Reyes
Ariana Frolova
Avery Rein
Brooke Hodges
Dakota Beasley
Grace Needham
Hailey Hairston
Hannah Stickle
Kacie Wiggins
Kayden Helton
Kylie Folan
Mack Levine
Savannah Read
Sierra Parker
Taylor Hunter
Trinity Miller
Victoria Tunon

SUMMER PRACTICE:

Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 9am-12pm
1st day of practice is JUNE 6th

JUNE
6th & 8th: Practice

14th: Summer Slugfest @ Greenbrier High School
Game 1 – 12:00 | Game 2 – 2:00
We will bring all players. Details to follow.

20th& 22nd: Practice
27th& 9th: Practice

JULY
11th& 13th: Practice
17th& 20th: Practice
24th& 27th: Practice

Woodstock HS Names New Head Softball Coach

A new head softball coach is headed to Woodstock High School!

Alex Gray, recently approved by the Cherokee County School Board as a new physical education teacher at Woodstock HS, will take over as head softball coach for the 2017-18 school year. Coach Gray brings 11 years of experience to the 7A Lady Wolverine program, including several State playoff appearances.

Alex Gray

“We are excited to welcome Coach Gray aboard,” Woodstock High School Assistant Principal/Athletic Director Tonya Sebring said. “His coaching experiences and competitive nature make him a great asset to our athletic program. I look forward to him challenging our athletes and working with our team toward the goal of hanging additional championship banners for the Wolverine Nation.”

Coach Gray graduated from Valdosta State University, where he played on the school’s baseball team. Upon completion of his baseball career, he entered into coaching, serving as an assistant with the Valdosta State University Women’s Fast-Pitch program in 2002. He left to pursue a career in the corporate sector, but quickly realized coaching was his true passion.

While working to acquire his teaching certification, Coach Gray served as a community coach in the Valdosta area. He landed his first head-coaching job at Richmond Hill High School in 2008, where his team finished with a record of 15-13 and qualified for State playoffs. From there, he transitioned to the well-respected program at Lowndes High School.

With an overall coaching record of 67-34, he took his team to the Elite 8, won back-to-back region Championships (2010, 2011), was a two-time Region Coach of the Year and signed nine players to college scholarships. In 2012, his peers selected him as the Head Coach of the South All-star Team in Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Summer Softball Showcase.

In 2012, Coach Gray accepted the position of Assistant Softball Coach for the University of Connecticut for two years, followed by a year on staff at Ball State University. Although he considered the opportunity to coach at the Division 1 level an honor and a great experience, Coach Gray decided to return home to Georgia to settle down and start a family. Last year, he served as the Head Softball Coach at Oglethorpe County High School, where he led the Lady Patriots to the Sweet 16 for the first time in the school’s history.

CONGRATULATIONS to the following ladies for their All Region 4-AAAAAAA Team Honors!
1st Team: Lexi Solorzano, Breanna Roper, Alisha House, Laura Bishop and Honorable Mention: Sofia Tunon!!!

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