Men’s Spring Softball- DUMC Teams Now Forming

Dust off your glove and join a Dunwoody UMC men’s softball team. Socialize with teams from other local churches while enjoying fun, friendly competition. All games will be played at Mount Vernon Church, 850 Mt. Vernon Highway NW, beginning in April. Games are typically held on Thursday nights at 7, 8 and 9pm. 8-week season. Games are slow pitch and 55 minutes.… Read More »

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Contact:

Michelle Spitz
(770) 394-0675
michelle.spitz@dunwoodyumc.org

Tackle The Big Game At Park Tavern

All sports enthusiasts are invited to catch all the football action, epic half-time show and amazing commercials at Park Tavern’s Big Game Watch Party on February 7, 2021. Beginning at 6:30 p.m., sports lovers can watch Tampa Bay go head-to-head against Kansas City on multiple high-definition TVs throughout the expansive and dog-friendly covered patio, allowing for plenty of social distancing and seating.… Read More »

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Head to Dantanna’s for the Ultimate Big Game Viewing Party

A favorite destination to watch sports and tackle delicious food and cocktails, football fans are invited to head to Dantanna’s on Sunday, February 7, 2021 to watch the Big Game during their annual viewing party. An all-you-can-eat menu created by Executive Chef Brad Parker, is the name of the game. For just $60, guests can indulge in his curated offerings including team-themed entrees like Kansas City Pork Ribs, house rubbed, hickory smoked beef brisket Burnt Ends, Cheesy Corn Bake, and Hickory Baked Beans.… Read More »

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DHS Swim and Dive

The Wet Wildcats Swim and Dive Team were thrilled to have competed in a tough 7a division this season. The team was only allowed to have half of its normal roster to comply with safety protocols.

After many cancelled meets and practices, the Wet Wildcats performed awesome dives and had many great swims. Managers Kate Courtney and Elizabeth Andersen did a fabulous job livestreaming the meets on Facebook since no spectators were allowed to attend. … Read More »

DHS Football Players Davis LeDoyen and Cooper West Receive Top Honors!

Kicker, Cooper West of the Dunwoody Wildcat football team received his official kicker ranking last week: 4.5 out of 5 & th in the Nation!   Followed by an interview with GA HS Sports.  West was also named First Team All Region (7A)… and as a Sophomore!!   Davis LeDoyen, quarterback of the DHS football team was named 1st team All Region QB.… Read More »

Sandy Springs Youth Sports – Register for Baseball & Softball by January 23!

Sandy Springs Youth Sports (SSYS) Baseball & Softball spring registration deadline is January 23!  SSYS at Morgan Falls Athletic Park is a non-profit 501(c)(3) volunteer organization serving over 850 children in the Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and Roswell communities. The park offers baseball, softball, flag & flex football, tackle football and cheerleading.  Please click here for full COVID-19 guidelines and refund policy. … Read More »

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Dunwoody Senior Baseball Elects New Board & President

Dunwoody, Georgia – Dunwoody Senior Baseball, Inc. (DSB) has installed its board of directors for 2021 and a new president for the first time in six years.

The all-volunteer board is made up of Tom Bass, Vince Carozza, David Frankel, Carlton Hamer (new to the board), Becky Jones, Jay Kapp, Shawn Keefe (new to the board), Laurie Smith, Steve Strauss, Jerry Weiner and Jimmy Wood.… Read More »

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Dunwoody United Basketball Spring Travel Team Tryouts

Note from Audra: The Dunwoody United Director has been running the Dunwoody United program for 8 years.  They put every penny collected back into the program.  They have about 80 kids from the area on teams each season.   Players are from varied backgrounds and upbringings. A number of the players come from homes with limited resources.Read More »

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Contact:

Jeff Marcus
(770) 630-0700
dunwoodyunitedbasketball@gmail.com

Dunwoody fencers donate Goldfish

Each November to December, the fencers and families of Dunwoody Fencing Club collect packages of Goldfish crackers for the children of the Sandy Springs Mission. The Sandy Springs Mission serves at-risk students while seeking to transform lives and create a lasting legacy for their families… Read More »

Contact:

Kathy Vail

Dunwoody Fencing Club named NYSS Champion

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has named Dunwoody Fencing Club an NYSS Champion for our work supporting youth sports and the National Youth Sports Strategy! The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) developed the National Youth Sports Strategy (NYSS) to unite our country’s youth sports culture around a shared vision: that one day, all youth will have the opportunity, motivation, and access to play sports — regardless of their race, ethnicity, sex, ability, or ZIP code.… Read More »

Listen to Dunwoody vs Duluth on MIXLR Radio Friday night!

Dunwoody’s next game: 

  • Fri 11/20 at 7:30 – Varsity vs. Duluth at Duluth High School

Can’t make it to the game?  Do not despair!  Our talented Wildcat Radio crew is back!   Kirk Anders, Bill Caiaccio and Mark Julian no longer have students at DHS but their love for the Wildcats remains strong!    They have invited rookie broadcaster Mark West as a “trainee” and are excited to bring the varsity games to our offsite fans this year!… Read More »

Dunwoody fencer signs NCAA letter of intent

Dunwoody Fencing Club fencer Drew Walker has signed his letter of intent with Cleveland State University. Drew will fence on the Cleveland State University NCAA Division I team under the direction of Coach Andy Tulleners. In his career with DFC, Drew has compiled an impressive record in the Georgia High School Fencing League as well as Regional and National competitions.… Read More »

DHS XC Girls Race to State!

Congratulations to the Dunwoody Wildcat Cross Country Teams for outstanding races at the Region 7-AAAAAAA Championships. Yes – count them 7 A’s – A new region and a new classification. To say the Wildcats were underdogs (or would that be undercats?) would be a total understatement. But the team was ready and willing to accept the challenge of the competition.… Read More »