Athletics News

Game Recaps:

List of 20 news stories.

  • Brookwood falls short to John Milledge Academy, 56-19

  • Brookwood falls to Stratford Academy, 42-20

  • Warriors dealt first loss by Maclay

  • No scrimmage no problem for Warriors

  • Brookwood’s Ava Cauley is an All-American

  • Warriors improving during early summer schedule

  • Mason Howell '26 captured the 14-15 age division at the Future Masters, held at Dothan Country Club, with a score of 11 under par.

    Howell wins Future Masters, to play in U.S. Junior Am

  • Will Bryant was named to the All-Scholastic Team in the SSSF’s Scholastic Clay Target and Scholastic Shooting Program.

    Bryant and Cauley named All School Scholastic clay target team members

  • Hannah Kate Byce and Millie Booker '33

    YMCA All-Star Teams Headed to State Tournaments

  • Brookwood quarterback Rodge Waldrop is coming off a big year running the Warriors' offense.

    Waldrop progressing under center for Warriors

  • VanDuyne brings years of successful head-coaching experience to the Warriors.

    Brookwood Picks “Hoosier” to Lead Warriors

  • Lewis signs with Shorter University

    Lewis Signs with Shorter Men’s Basketball

  • Williams Wins State Powerlifting Meet, Lady Warriors Place 7th as Team

    The Lady Warriors traveled to the GACA Girls State Powerlifting Meet and came away with some impressive performances.
    Congratulations to Carriyona Williams! She won her weight class with a total of 510 pounds lifted. She finished first in the bench press (135 lbs) and squat (255 lbs) events in her weight class.

    Coach Webb commented, "Carriyona dominated the back squat & bench press for her weight class. She won the back squat by 55 lbs. & bench press by 15 lbs. There wasn't anybody close to her in those two lifts. She was just a few pounds away from being the overall state champion in pound for pound strength in all 10 weight classes. I think she can win that next year.
    Libby Jacobson finished 3rd overall in her weight class, Kendall Boggs won the bench press event in her weight class, and multiple other PRs were set.

    Rylee Knight (2025)
    • 3rd place in her weight class for bench press (130 lbs.)
    • New PR in Bench Press (130 lbs.)
    Morgan Boggs (2025)
    • 5th place in her weight class for power clean (125 lbs.)
    Kayla Lewis (2024)
    • 9th place in her weight class for power clean (140 lbs.)
    • New PR in Bench Press (125 lbs.) & Power Clean (140 lbs.)
    Emmy Sanders (2025)
    • 10th place in her weight class for power clean (120 lbs.)
    • New PR in Bench Press (100 lbs.) & Power Clean (120 lbs.)
    Brookwood finished in 7th place as a team, despite only having 7 lifters on the team. Other teams brought as many as 25 lifters. This was Brookwood's 1st ever girls powerlifting meet.
  • Warrior Golf Back-to-Back State Champions!

    Congratulations to Brookwood Golf! The Warriors defended their 2021 State Championship with another impressive day on the course, taking back-to-back GISA State Championships in AAA. The team score of 301 comfortably beat out runner-up Frederica Academy's score 311.
    Mason Howell, JD Culbreth, and Shep Davis each finished in the Top 5 from a field of 70 golfers to claim All-State honors.
    Kat Cook earned AAA Female Low Medalist. Kat and Jay Sanders' both finished in the Top 10 individually.
  • Brookwood tennis teams post deep runs at state tourney

  • Warriors Show Speed at State, Moore Wins 100 & 200

    Brookwood Track & Field Competes at the GISA State Championship:
    Destin Moore Takes Home AAA State Titles in the 100m and 200m Races

    After three days of competition in Locust Grove, the Brookwood Warriors Track & Field teams came home with more hardware for the trophy case. The biggest highlight being Destin Moore’s AAA State Championship winning times in the 100m and 200m races.

    Moore ran 11.05 seconds in the 100, narrowly edging out Elijah Goddard of Bethlehem Christian, to claim his second consecutive win in the 100m dash for AAA. Later on Saturday, Moore finished with a blazing time of 22.32 seconds in the 200m to edge Cameron Hayes of Dominion Christian in a photo-finish. Moore will return next year as a Senior to defend his now multiple state titles.

    Kent Grayson scored well in multiple events for the Warriors. The freshman contributed 13 points to the Boys’ team total with 5th place finishes in both the 800m and 1600m events, to go with a 4th place finish in the 3200m. Grayson set a personal record time of 4:53 in the 1600m and will be a key piece for the Warriors in distance events for years to come.

    In the 4x400 relay event, the Brookwood team of Moore, Rex Schofill, Clark Carter, and Tyler Cleveland finished 3rd overall in AAA with a time of 3:36. That mark was good for a Brookwood school record. All four of the runners on that particularly young relay group return next season.

    Schofill, a freshman, finished 8th in the 400m individually. As a team, the Warriors finished 8th out of the 17 schools that qualified for the State Meet with 41 points scored.

    On the Girls side, Carriyona Williams had the highest individual finish for the Lady Warriors with 2nd place in the 100m Hurdles. Just a freshman, Williams ran a time of 16.86 seconds. She also took 6th place in the 100m dash with a time of 13.69 seconds.

    The 4x100 relay team of Ella Grace Squires, Abby Stalvey, Trinity Geerdts, and Williams finished 4th overall with a time of 52.84 seconds. Geerdts and Squires both also scored points in the High Jump, with 5th and 8th place finishes respectively. Squires added nine more points to the Lady Warriors total with a 6th place finish in Long Jump and 3rd place finish in Triple Jump. Freshman Kayla Lewis finished 6th overall in AAA in the Discus Throw.

    In total, the Lady Warriors scored 36 points which was good to tie John Milledge Academy for 6th place out of the 16 schools qualified.
  • Warrior Golf Region Champs!

    Warrior Golf repeats as AAA-3 Region Champions! It's the 15th time winning the Region in school history.
    The Warriors dominated at Glen Arven with a team score of 275. JD Culbreth fired a 62 to finish 10-under par & as Region Low-Medalist.
    Talented team depth for Brookwood was the key. Brookwood finished with 5 of the top 6 scorers in the field of 20 players:
    JD Culbreth, 62 (-10)
    Mason Howell, 68 (-4)
    Kat Cook, 72 (E)
    Jay Sanders, 73 (+1)
    Shep Davis, 76 (+4)
  • Warrior Track & Field teams both finish runner-up at Region Meet.

    Brookwood Track & Field competed at the GISA AAA-3 Region Track Meet on Wednesday in Albany at Hugh Mills Stadium where they won 13 Region titles between the Boys & Girls.

    Kent Grayson and Destin Moore were standouts on the Boys side, each claiming multiple Region titles individually. Grayson won the 3200m and 800m races while also contributing to the winning 4x400m relay team. Moore took the 100m and 200m Region titles and contributed to the winning 4x400m relay team with Grayson, Rex Schofill, and Tyler Cleveland. Schofill took first place in the 400m race, which had a Brookwood-Brookwood finish with Clark Carter taking 2nd place.

    On the Girls team, Carriyona Williams and Trinity Geerdts both won multiple Region titles individually. Williams took first place in the 100m dash and the 100m hurdles, as well as contributing to the winning 4x100 relay team. Geerdts claimed Region championships in the 300m hurdles and high jump. She was also a leg of the winning 4x100 relay team, running with Williams, Ella Grace Squires, and Abby Stalvey. Other Lady Warrior Region champions in Field events included Ella Grace Squires in the Triple-Jump and Kayla Lewis in the Discus.

    Finishing in the top 4 of an event qualifies that athlete for the GISA AAA State Meet next week. Other State qualifiers and their events are:
    Cleveland (2nd in 200m, 3rd in 100m)
    Grayson (2nd in 1600m)
    W. Kadel (3rd in 3200m)
    M. Lauderdale (4th in 800m, 4th in 1600m)

    K. Boggs (3rd in 300m H, 4th in 100m H)
    A. Jacobson (3rd in Triple Jump, 3rd in 800m)
    L. Jacobson (4th in 200m, 3rd in 400m)
    Squires (2nd in High Jump, 2nd Long Jump)
    Williams (3rd in Long Jump)
    Stalvey (2nd in 100m, 2nd in 200m)

    The GISA AAA State Track Meet is next week.
  • Golf Team Breaks School Record!

    Thursday, the Golf team broke last year's record from the State Championship (290) shooting a team score of 281 in a home match against Valwood at Glen Arven. Kat Cook, Jay Sanders, and JD Culbreth each shot rounds of 69 (-3) on the day. Shep Davis shot a 74 (+2) and Mason Howell shot a 77 (+5). In high school golf, the team takes the top four scores on the day to combine for a 281 total. 
  • Thompson to Lead Brookwood Cheer

    Katie Thompson will be the new Brookwood Cheer Sponsor.
    She attended Thomas County Central High School, where she cheered both competitively and on the sideline squad all four years. She was also a member of the Tennis team at TCCHS.
    Katie graduated from Valdosta State with a degree in Early Childhood Education and is married to Brookwood alumnus Tyler Thompson '14.
    Thompson currently teaches 4th grade Language Arts at Brookwood in the Lower School and says she could not be more excited to invest these girls lives as the head cheer coach.
    Congratulations to Katie and thank you to Brooke Crocker for all you put into Brookwood Cheer!
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Located in Thomasville, GA, Brookwood School is a private school for grades JK-12. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.