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  • Cauley and Bryants Compete in Ohio

    Brookwood Clay Target team members Will Bryant, Sam Bryant and Ava Cauley joined over 3,500 high school and college shooters at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Ohio to compete in the the National Championships hosted by the Scholastic Clay Target Program.  The trio had several standout performances.  
    Will Bryant shot a team best in Sporting Clays, connecting on 173 out of 200 targets to finish in the top 10% of the event. Bryant also shot a 187 out of 200 in American Skeet, finishing in the top third of the field.  These scores qualify him to be a member of next year's National SCTP All Scholastic Team.  
    This was Sam Bryant’s first ever National level competition. He competed in three events, and his performance included a score of 147 out of 200 in American Skeet.  
    Cauley finished 5th female overall in Olympic Trap and was in the top third in Super Sporting, Sporting and American Skeet.  In addition to winning her class in two different sporting events held at nearby Eagles Nest Shooting Grounds, Ava was the female runner up in the Junior US Open Fitasc sporting match. Cauley was also recently named to the National Sporting Clays All-American Team as a Rookie Sub Junior Lady for her performance in that sport over the last year.
    Their Coach, Mike Simpson said, “I couldn’t be any prouder of their performance in the SCTP National Championships.  The tremendous work ethic and dedication they put into their sport will continue to separate them from athletes in the rest of the country.”
    These three look forward to joining their Warrior Clay Target Team in pursuit of a GISA State Championship this Fall!
  • Sean Landeta to Lead Brookwood Cross Country

    Brookwood Athletics is pleased to announce Sean Landeta as the new Head Coach of the Cross Country team. Landeta was the assistant coach last season to Maureen Springfield when the Warriors Boys team captured the Region title and the Lady Warriors finished as Region runner-up.

    “I am really looking forward to leading the cross country team as the head coach this year. I had a blast assisting Coach Springfield and am excited to continue working with our runners in this new role,” said Landeta.

    Landeta has a passion for the sport, competing as a marathon runner and in ironman competitions. His experience and familiarity with the program should pay dividends immediately to build on last year’s success and momentum for the sport on campus. The Warriors return the individual Region Champ from last year in Kent Grayson, as well as another Top-10 finisher in Zack Counts. The Lady Warriors return both of their Top-10 finishers from last year’s Region meet, in rising Juniors Katie Knifer and Peggy Boltja.

    Athletic Director Shane Boggs noted, “I’m excited about the future of Brookwood Cross Country. We have a great core group of runners. Coach Landeta brings a passion for the sport and will continue to develop our talented runners.”
  • Warrior Soccer Finishes with Region, State Honors

    The Brookwood Boys Soccer team had a hot finish to their season, ripping off a 9-game winning streak and claiming the Region title en route to a GISA Quarterfinal appearance. After a slow start to the season against a tough schedule, which included the likes of Thomasville, Colquitt County, Valdosta High, and a win over Cairo the Warriors found their stride.

    Their 9-game winning streak spanning March 20th through May 5th included victories over Worth County, rival Deerfield-Windsor, Berrien High, and two shutout wins over Region rival Valwood to claim the program’s third Region title since 2016. A high scoring 5-2 win over Young Americans Christian at Warrior Stadium in the 1st Round of the GISA Playoffs put Brookwood in the Quarterfinal against traditional power Westminster of Augusta. Brookwood led 1-0 until the closing minutes of regulation and suffered a tough 2-1 defeat in overtime. 

    Eight members of the team earned All-Region recognition, including six seniors the Warriors must replace. Emmett Miles, Robert Gallagher, Nathan Yokley, Tyson Joyner, Benjamin Filston, and goalkeeper Fincher Davis each were voted All-Region to cap their high school careers. Gallagher will go on to play at Pensacola Christian College, while Joyner will continue his soccer career at Andrew College. Will Porter and Cutter Waldrep, both Juniors who will return next year as Senior leaders, were also voted All-Region.

    Emmett Miles, who led a Warriors defense from the backline that had five shutouts on the season, was named the AAA-3 Region Player of the Year.

    At the State level, Miles and Gallagher were both voted GISA All-State by coaches from the association. Gallagher led the Warriors in goals, netting 11, and also dished six assists.

    Coach Eddie Foy commented, “The Boys soccer team this year was one of the best squads since I have been here as the head coach. Each player was dedicated from day one to achieve our goals. We won the region this year without conceding a goal. This is our 3rd region championship in 5 years. I am very proud of the hard work and effort we put in each day to make this goal possible. The leadership from our seniors was outstanding, the best I have had the pleasure to work with. They will be sorely missed. I am excited to keep building and go again next year.”
  • Brookwood Girls Soccer Earns Postseason Awards

    Brookwood’s Lady Warrior soccer team finished its season as Region Champions and reached the GISA Quarterfinals. With such a successful season, one in which the Lady Warriors outscored Region opponents 51-6 and played a perfect 8-0 record, the team earned quite a few postseason individual accolades.

    Ten players earned spots on the All-Region team. Half of those ten were five senior starters - Ryan Gaston, Jordan Burns, Lizzie Rollins, Eliza Miller, and Jessie Wortman. Losing such a strong nucleus would concern most programs, but the Lady Warriors still saw five other players earn All-Region who will return next season. Hutton Daniel, Hendley Bryan, Kate Ashton Redrupp, Kate Von Hellens, and Abby Jones also earned All-Region honors and will need to step up in the departed seniors' absence.

    Ryan Gaston was named the Region’s Player of the Year after finishing with a team-leading 20 goals and 8 assists. She scored an incredible 7 goals in one game against Southland Academy.

    Coach Eddie Foy noted, “I am very proud of our soccer family. They had a fantastic season, making history for our program. The first team in school history to win region with an undefeated record, while scoring 51 goals and only conceding 6. I am very proud of the hard work and effort we put in each day to make this goal possible. The leadership from our seniors was outstanding. I am excited to keep building and go again next year.”

    Three senior captains - Gaston, Jordan Burns, and Eliza Miller - each earned the honor of being on the GISA All-State team as well. Burns was named the Brookwood senior class’s most outstanding female athlete. She finished the season with 11 goals and 6 assists. Gaston and Burns both benefited from the passing of Eliza Miller, who was the team leader in assists with 16 while also scoring 8 goals.

    The team finished the year with the most wins of any team in the GISA, while the only loss to a GISA opponent was against Frederica Academy in the Quarterfinal. It was a heartbreaking 2-1 loss in overtime to end the season. The Lady Warriors will be in contention for the Region title again next season.
  • Brookwood Baseball Garners Accolades

    After the most successful season of Brookwood Baseball in the past near decade, one in which the Warriors advanced to within a game of the GISA AAA State Championship, the team was recognized with multiple postseason player awards.

    Five members of the team earned All-Region distinction after finishing 7-2 against Region competition, including sweeps of rivals Southland and Valwood. Four seniors and a Sophomore found their names on the list. Coastal Carolina signee Jacob Lauderdale, Tallahassee Community College signee Harper McLendon, Andrew College signee Parker Mirick, and Covenant College signee Josh McCaskill each earned All-Region in their final year of high school baseball. Sophomore Zack Counts, who led the team in HRs with 7 on the year, was a young addition to the honor.

    McCaskill played a reliable First base all year starting every game. The senior had 2 HRs, a .340 on-base percentage, and was fourth on the team with 15 RBI.

    Lauderdale, one of the Warriors’ starting pitchers and primary Shortstop, earned Co-Region Player of the Year along with Auburn commit Hayden Murphy of Tiftarea Academy.

    Warriors’ Head Coach Daniel Funt commented, “This is an outstanding group of young men.  I'm proud of their accomplishments and how they helped the team be successful. It is awesome to have this recognition in the Region and at the State level.”

    The strength of the team all year was outstanding starting pitching and defense and that showed in All-State voting from coaches across the association. Lauderdale, Mirick, McLendon, and Counts were also named All-State players in GISA AAA. 

    Lauderdale went 6-2 on the mound, sporting a 2.10 ERA and led the team with 77 strikeouts in less than 56 innings. At the plate he batted .348 with 2 HRs and 19 RBI. 

    McLendon starred everywhere as a Pitcher and Utility player, going 6-3 with 2 saves from the mound. He worked a 1.22 ERA and struck out 61 batters in just 51 innings. At the plate, he hit .309, was second on the team hitting 6 HRs, batted in 24 runs, and stole 15 bases.

    Mirick was another starting pitcher and played primarily Third base in the field. On the mound he went 7-3 with a 1.91 ERA, striking out 76 in less than 59 innings pitched.

    The youngest of the group was Counts, a Sophomore who caught every game for the team behind the plate and batted mostly leadoff. A key to the Warriors defense, Counts threw out 36% of baserunners. He led the team with a .379 batting average, cranked 11 doubles, 7 HRs, and had 18 RBI.
  • Brookwood Clay Target at Georgia Junior Olympics

    Brookwood Clay Target team members Will Bryant, Ava Cauley, and Callan Walker had success this weekend at the Georgia Junior Olympics.

    Cauley retained her title as Georgia Ladies Champion for the second year in a row and finished 3rd overall in males and females with a score of 109 out of 125 in Olympic Trap.

    Walker finished 4th overall in the state with a score of 99 out of 125 in Olympic Trap. Will Bryant finished 2nd in Olympic Skeet with a score of 97 out of 125.  These disciplines were shot in the same international format as the Olympic Games and serve to qualify these athletes for the National Championship in Michigan this summer in which spots on the National USA shooting team will be on the line.
  • Rachel Cooper '17 playing in NCAA Division III Tournament

    Congratulations to Rachel Cooper '17 and her University of Mary Washington team! The Lady Eagles won in the NCAA Division III Sweet 16 recently to advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals next week in Chattanooga.

    Rachel secured one of the wins in a matchup over Carnegie Mellon while playing in Doubles.

    Read more here from the UMW website.

    Keep up the good work, Rachel!
  • Times-Enterprise: Brookwood blanks Dominion Christian to Take Series

    Brookwood Baseball is headed to the GISA AAA Final Four!

    In the Quarterfinals, the Warriors dropped Game 1 but battled back to win Game 2 Friday night and Game 3 Saturday afternoon to take the Best-of-3 series over Dominion Christian.

    Harper McLendon pitched a complete game shutout in the clinching Game 3, allowing just 1 hit and no walks across his 7 innings of work on the mound.

    To read a full article from this weekend's Times-Enterprise and insights from Coach Funt, click here!

    WTXL ABC 27: Highlights from Game 1 & Game 2

    WALB: Highlights from Game 1 & Game 2

    The Warriors will travel to Region rival Tiftarea Academy on Thursday for the AAA Final Four. Game 1 is set for 4:00 p.m. with Game 2 to follow afterward. The decisive Game 3, if necessary, will be played Saturday night at 6:00 p.m.
  • Times-Enterprise: Brookwood Scholarship Signing an Outdoor Affair

    Thursday night Brookwood Athletics hosted Honors Night, recognizing our teams' tremendous amount of success from this school year!

    So far, Varsity Warrior Athletic teams have won nine Region Titles and one State Championship. Additionally, three Warriors have earned State Championships as individuals!

    Three more Warrior seniors were recognized and signed their intent to play their sport collegiately next year.

    Tyson Joyner will attend Andrew College and Robert Gallagher will attend Pensacola Christian College to both play on the soccer teams at those respective schools. Marcus West has decided to attend Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama and will be on the football team.

    This makes ten senior student athletes from the 2021 graduating class who will go on to compete collegiately.

    To see photos from the Athletics Honors Night, click here!

    To read the Times-Enterprise coverage on our three seniors signing, click here!
  • Times-Enterprise: Brookwood Soccer Rolls into Quarterfinals

    Brookwood's Soccer teams both took 1st Round wins at Warrior Stadium this week and have earned appearances in the State Quarterfinals.

    The Boys travel today to play at #2 Westminster of Augusta. Kickoff is set for 5:00 p.m. The Lady Warriors will host #5 Frederica Academy on Monday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in Warrior Stadium!

    For previews of both games and insights from Coach Eddie Foy, read more here in today's Times-Enterprise!
  • Times-Enterprise: Warriors Force Decisive Game 3

    In Friday's Quarterfinal baseball action at home on Strickland Field, the Warriors dropped Game 1 to visiting Dominion Christian before rallying to take Game 2.

    The Warriors jumped out early to a 3-1 lead in the Bottom of Game 1's first inning. After that, the Warrior bats couldn't get any more runs across and fell 5-3.

    Playing as the "away" team in Game 2, Brookwood scored 4 runs in the Top of the 3rd and didn't look back. Harper McLendon allowed just 1 hit in 3 and 2/3 innings of relief to shut the door.

    To read more coverage from the Times-Enterprise in this morning's paper, click here!

    Game 3 of the series is today at 1:00 p.m. at Strickland Field with the winner advancing to the Final Four!
  • Boys Soccer Handles YACS, Advances to Quarterfinal

    After playing just one game in the past three weeks, it took awhile for the Brookwood Warriors to get going in Wednesday's home game. The 1st Round matchup in the GISA State Playoffs got off to a tough start when Young Americans Christian took an early 1-0 lead.

    Once Simms Ladson's goal with 15 minutes left in the 1st Half cracked the door open, the Warriors were off and running. Just three minutes later Cutter Waldrep put Brookwood ahead for good, tapping in the go-ahead goal off of a brilliant cross-field pass from Griffin King.

    King then handled and scored a nicely delivered through-ball in the box from Julian Redrupp for the first of his two goals, notching the second just a few minutes later from a well played assist by Will Porter.

    The offensive onslaught of 4 Brookwood goals all happened in just over 10 minutes of game time late in the 1st Half. Cutter Waldrep tacked on another goal early in the 2nd, using his left foot from about 25 yards out. The visiting Eagles from Young Americans Christian added a late goal for the final 5-2 score.

    Brookwood has now won its last 9 decisions dating back to March 20th and stand at 11-5-2 overall on the season.

    The 1st Round win advances the Warriors to the State Quarterfinal. Brookwood will have to travel to Augusta to play Westminster School, winners over Westfield 10-0 in their first round game.

    To see coverage from ABC's WTXL Channel 27, click here!
  • Survive & Advance! Lady Warrior Soccer Edges Terrell Academy in PKs

    Brookwood Girls Soccer had just enough left in the tank to finish out a marathon night of playoff action at Warrior Stadium. The GISA 1st Round matchup with Region foe Terrell Academy couldn't be decided in regulation. And then two extra overtime periods weren't enough to break the 2-2 tie, either.

    It took 9 penalty kicks from both sides before the Lady Warriors survived and were able to advance to the State Quarterfinals.

    Having defeated Terrell Academy in the regular season by scores of 7-1 and 6-0, this was not expected to be the thriller that played out. Terrell Academy scored first in the game's first few minutes on a transition goal to take the early lead. Eliza Miller nailed a high-arching kick from about 35 yards out to knot the score at 1-1 with just over 7 minutes to go until Half.

    Brookwood's offense, which controlled possession the majority of the game and severely out-shot the Lady Eagles, came out aggressive to start the second half. Hendley Bryan's corner kick found the back of the net less than 10 minutes in. It appeared Brookwood had gained momentum and would seize control, but numerous Lady Warrior shot attempts just couldn't get past the Terrell goalkeeper to break open the game. The visiting Lady Eagles tied the game with 15 minutes to go.

    A controversial call may have ended the game earlier and not led to as much extra-time excitement. With about 10 minutes remaining in regulation, Jordan Burns put a shot on goal for Brookwood. For all in attendance, the ball appeared to break the plane of the goal line before being swept back across by the Terrell Academy keeper. After a lengthy delay and discussion between officials there was no goal awarded.

    Two extra 10-minute halves of overtime were not enough to see any goals scored and break the tie. The two teams went to PKs after 100 minutes of soccer.

    Things looked bleak for the Lady Warriors after Terrell's first three PK attempts were successful. Brookwood, having made one of their first two attempts, needed Jordan Burns to net hers. The senior calmly pushed her attempt to the right side of the goal and found the back of the net. Terrell's fourth attempt sailed over the top crossbar and gave the Lady Warriors life. However, an unsuccessful fourth attempt by Brookwood gave Terrell a chance to end the game.

    Trailing 3-2 and in the 5th stanza of PKs, Bosie Miles' diving stop on a low shot attempt saved what would have been a season-ending goal. Brookwood still needed to make another attempt to stay alive and Eliza Miller delivered.

    After five attempts by each side, the game was essentially in an "extra innings" shootout of PKs. Both teams missed their 6th attempt and scored their 7th, with Caroline Miller making hers to keep Brookwood alive. In the 8th attempt, Terrell's shot went wide left but Brookwood's went right at the opposing keeper.

    The 9th, and what would be the final stanza of PKs, had two eerily similar attempts both aiming high for the center of crossbar. Bosie Miles made a leaping deflection for Brookwood and Hutton Daniel's shot attempt just snuck past the fingertips of Terrell's keeper and fell in underneath the crossbar. Brookwood's players and students rushed the field from the sideline.

    The 2-2 (5-4 PKs) win advances Brookwood to the Quarterfinals. The Lady Warriors will host Frederica Academy Monday at Warrior Stadium with kickoff at 3:30 p.m.
  • Baseball Sweeps 1st Round, Moves on to Quarterfinals!

    Warrior Baseball dominated visiting St. Andrew's yesterday in the 1st Round of the GISA AAA State Playoffs.

    Brookwood ran away in Game 1 after a slow start for an 11-1 win and took control from the first inning in Game 2 for a 16-0 blowout.

    Harper McLendon sent two homeruns out in the first game and another in Game 2!

    To read more coverage from the Thomasville Times-Enterprise, click here.

    To see highlights from ABC's WTXL Channel 27, click here!

    The pair of wins advances the Warriors to the Quarterfinal round, which we will host at Strickland Field on Friday and Saturday! Coming to town will be Dominion Christian School, winners over Bulloch Academy by scores of 9-2 and 15-1 yesterday.
  • State Champions! Brookwood's Moore and Lauderdale win at GISA AAA State Track Meet

    Brookwood Warrior athletes competed in the GISA State Track & Field Meet and came home with some much deserved hardware.

    Senior Jacob Lauderdale won the Boys Triple Jump in Class AAA with a mark of 40 feet, 8.5 inches. Sophomore Destin Moore ran away with the Boys 100m dash, running 10.96 time. Moore also came in second in the 200m race. The two sprints scored 18 points, allowing Moore to place 4th individually among all Male scorers in the AAA meet.

    On the Girls side, Peggy Boltja was outstanding all weekend. She finished 2nd in the 100m, 3rd in the 200m, and 5th in the 400m races. Boltja also contributed to the 4x100 team and finished 9th among all female scorers in the AAA meet.

    The team has some exciting youth coming up the ranks. Kent Grayson placed 3rd in the Boys 3200m, Abby Stalvey finished 6th in the Girls 3200m, and Carriyona Williams placed 6th in the Girls 100m Hurdles. Grayson, Stalvey, and Williams more than held their own competing at the Varsity State Meet in just 8th grade.

    As a team, Brookwood's Boys finished 6th out of the 17 schools in competition and the Lady Warriors finished 7th out of 15 schools.
  • Brookwood Soccer Teams Claim Region Titles

    Brookwood Girls and Boys Soccer celebrated two Region championships on Tuesday night, with the Lady Warriors and the Warriors both defeating Valwood by identical 3-0 scores.

    In the Girls game, Brookwood took a 1-0 lead just before half on a goal from Hutton Daniel. Kate von Hellens and Carriyona Williams both found the back of the net in the game's final ten minutes to widen the margin.
    The Lady Warriors finished off a remarkable 8-0 undefeated run in Region play, outscoring the rivals by a combined score of 51-6 in dominating fashion.

    The night's second game played out eerily similar to the first, with Brookwood taking a 1-0 lead just before half. Griffin King's effort to work the ball inside and get a tough shot attempt on goal was blocked but Julian Redrupp was there for the rebound to crack open the scoring. In the second half, Redrupp assisted a Simms Ladson goal and also scored another.

    For the Warriors, it is the program's third Region title since 2016 having also won in 2016 and 2019 before last year's season was cut short due to the pandemic.
    Playoff brackets will be announced from the GISA later this week. Stay up to date by following the Brookwood Athletics Twitter & Instagram pages for the most recent announcements.
  • State Champions! Warrior Golf Wins GISA in Brunswick with Historic Performance

    Brookwood Golf won the GISA State Tournament in Brunswick on Monday! The win is the first State Championship for the program since 1984. This is the tenth State title in Warrior Golf history, adding to nine others won throughout the 1970s and early 1980s.
    Team depth was the group's strength this year. All five Warriors shot rounds of 76 or better, highlighted by Jack Boltja's 7-under day of 65. Boltja shot an incredible 28 on the back nine that included an Eagle and six birdies.
    The GISA keeps archives on its website for Golf dating back to 2006. The team's score for the day of 290 is the best score in a State Tournament on record regardless of classification. Boltja's 65 is the best individual score in a State Tournament on record regardless of classification.
    The win snapped Frederica Academy's streak of 13 state championships in a row.
    To read more in the Thomasville Times-Enterprise, click here!

    Help us celebrate our State Champs at the home GISA State Playoff baseball games this Monday, May 3rd. Times and details to be sent out as soon as possible.
  • Tennis: Harrison & Merschman GISA State Runner-ups in Doubles Play!

    Brookwood Warrior Tennis had a great showing at the GISA Individual State Tournament. The GISA hosts a two-day tournament with brackets for Singles Play and Doubles play, with individual players (or doubles teams) seeded based on how they fared in Region Tournaments.

    The Doubles team of Alden Harrison & Bradley Merschman won three matches over teams from Westfield School, William & Reed Academy, and Westminster of Augusta. The Warrior duo’s 3 wins advanced them to the AAA State Championship match before falling to a strong pair from William & Reed Academy.

    Dallas Forsyth and Taylor Huffman each won two matches on Tuesday in the Singles play Bracket before falling in Wednesday's State Semifinal rounds opposite each other.

    The Warriors and Lady Warriors will travel back to Macon next week for the Team State Tournament, an 8 team bracket with head-to-head match play similar to the regular season where teams face off trying to win three of the five lines between Singles and Doubles play.
  • Lady Warriors Track & Field wins Region Championship!

    The Brookwood Track & Field teams competed at the AAA-3 Region Meet on Wednesday, with the Lady Warriors taking the team championship in a tight contest over runner-up Southland Academy. Brookwood's team score of 193.5 edged out Southland's 184.5 for the title. Tiftarea and Valwood finished 3rd and 4th.

    Peggy Boltja was the standout of the day for Brookwood. The Sophomore won the 100m, 200m, and 400m races individually. She also contributed to the winning 4x100 team and the second place 4x400 team.

    On the Boys side, highlights for Brookwood included Destin Moore taking 1st place in both the 100m and 200m races while Kent Grayson won the 3200m race going away. Grayson also placed second in the 1600m and third in the 800m, competing in Varsity as only an 8th grader.

    In Field events, Ella Grace Squires and Trinity Geerdts finished 1-2 in the Girls High Jump. Jacob Lauderdale and Ainsley Jacobson both won their respective Triple Jump competitions for Boys and Girls.

    Well done, Warriors!

    Top 4 finishes listed below
    * qualify for GISA State Meet

    Girls 100m
    1st Place - Peggy Boltja
    3rd Place - Abigail Middleton

    Boys 100m
    1st Place - Destin Moore

    Girls 200m
    1st - Peggy Boltja
    3rd - Ella Grace Squires

    Boys 200m
    1st - Destin Moore

    Girls 400m
    1st - Peggy Boltja

    Boys 400m
    4th - Jack Saussy

    Girls 800m
    3rd - Ainsley Jacobson

    Boys 800m
    3rd - Kent Grayson
    4th - Matthew Lauderdale

    Girls 1600m
    2nd - Abby Stalvey
    3rd - Sophia Lee

    Boys 1600m
    2nd - Kent Grayson

    Girls 3200m
    2nd - Abby Stalvey
    3rd - Katie Knifer

    Boys 3200m
    1st - Kent Grayson

    Girls 100m Hurdles
    2nd - Carriyona Williams

    Boys 110m Hurdles
    3rd - Ean Parr

    Girls 300m Hurdles
    2nd - Trinity Geerdts
    3rd - Carriyona Williams

    Boys 300m Hurdles
    4th - Ean Parr

    Girls 4x100m Relay
    1st - Brookwood A (Middleton, Boltja, Williams, Squires
    3rd - Brookwood B (Jacobson, Hester, Stalvy, Geerdts)

    Boys 4x100 Relay
    3rd - Brookwood A (Thomas, Ledford, Lauderdale, Moore)

    Girls 4x400m Relay
    2nd - Brookwood A (Jacobson, Stalvey, Rhodes, Boltja)
    3rd - Brookwood B (Hester, Geerdts, Eiford, Lee)

    Girls High Jump
    1st - Ella Grace Squires
    2nd - Trinity Geerdts

    Girls Long Jump
    t-3rd - Ainsley Jacobson

    Boys Long Jump
    4th - Jacob Lauderdale

    Girls Triple Jump
    1st - Ainsley Jacobson
    3rd - Carriyona Williams

    Boys Triple Jump
    1st - Jacob Lauderdale

    Girls Discus Throw
    4th - Kayla Lewis
  • Warrior Tennis Wins Girls, Boys Region Titles!

    Brookwood Girls & Boys Tennis each finished undefeated regular seasons in Region play, earning Region Championships for team play.
    The Doubles pair of Alden Harrison & Bradley Merschman won the Region Tournament in a Brookwood vs. Brookwood Championship game, defeating Wil Kadel and Clark Carter.
    In Singles play, Nic Kadel and Abby Lee both advanced to the Region Tournament championship matches before falling.

    The individual state tournament is next week in Macon.
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