DHS eSports Team
DHS eSports team has another great news to share!
League of Legends team beat hard-fought opponent, Lambert High School JV, 2-0!
Valorant team also defeated Lake Belton High School from Texas 13-2!
And Minecraft players are fighting hard to stay alive. With this pace, they will be in great shape in the upcoming playoffs in couple of weeks!
Dunwoody’s Wildcat5e robotics team were finalists at the Georgia Regional Invitational Tournament and Showcase (GRITS), the first state-wide tournament held at Gainesville this past weekend.
Please congratulate our team members and check out the cool trophy they won at the tournament at our build site located by Brewster’s in Dunwoody Village.
Dunwoody Boys Lacrosse Looking for Coaches
Dunwoody Boys Lacrosse is looking to add coaches to our growing program:
- Head Coach – Youth (Grades 3-5)
- Head Coach – Middle School (Grades 6-8)
- Assistant Varsity/JV
Anyone who played high school or college, has knowledge of the sport or has previously coached would be a candidate. If you are interested or know someone who would be a good candidate, please contact Coach Mike Nash.
Nava-Breffle Tournament Wildcat Open
The Dunwoody Wrestlers are back at it! Come support our 6-time Dekalb County Champion Wrestlers on Saturday, November 12th starting at 9am in the DHS gym.
Our Wildcat fencers represented DHS well in the Georgia High School Fencing League last weekend.
In the womens event, three of our fencers made the top 32: Jackie Rosenfeld, Sparrow Oki-Pomeroy and Emma Rosenfeld. In the mens event, two of our fencers made the top 64: Michael Nahmias and Gavin Anderson.
The Wildcats will host the upcoming GHSFL tournament on November 19th at Dunwoody High School. Be sure to come out to support our fencing team. We’d love to see you there. En Garde!
Swim and Dive Team
The Swim and Dive Wildcats put up a good fight at the swim meet on Thursday, but the GAC Spartans came away with the win.
Special shout-out to our awesome Wet Wildcats of the meet: Ryan Halligan, Daniel, Mahabadi, Ella Johnson, and Zoe Wesolowski
Come support the Swim and Dive team at our next meet next Thursday, November 10th at 5:30PM!!
Congratulations to Marching Wildcats
Congratulations to the Dunwoody High School Marching Wildcats for performing in the Flowery Branch Classic Marching Band Competition on October 22. The Color Guard team placed 2nd out of 5 schools in the 1A division. Next up: The Marching Wildcats will compete in the Southeastern Invitational in Newnan on November 5th
Congratulations to the Dunwoody Volleyball team who made it to the Sweet 16 in the state tournament and to Caroline Vanke who was named to the Georgia Volleyball Coaches Association All-State Team. Prior to the sweet 16, the Varsity Volleyball team came in 2nd place in their region.
Caroline Vanke was selected as the MaxPreps/AVCA Player of the Week!
Congratulations to our Region Honorees. We are so proud of you!
- Julie Gartner – 2022 Coach of the Year
- Morgan Speice, Caroline Vanke – 1st Team All-Region
- Jazlyn Daughtry, Caroline Mattison, Claire Warren – 2nd Team All Region
Cross Country Region Results
The fearless Wildcat runners left it all on the course at the Region 4 6A Championships. Congratulations to Claire Shelton for finishing 3rd overall and earning an individual qualification to compete at the State Meet! The Varsity Girls and Boys finished 5th and 6th.
The JV Boys had an outstanding 1st place victory and the JV Girls placed 4th. Congratulations to Parks Rohletter and Abby Reams for placing 1st and 4th overall!
Congrats to the following runners for top 20 finishes in a competitive Region:
- Claire Shelton – 3rd Varsity Girls
- Mark Westrick – 16th Varsity Boys
- Alex Loffredio – 17th Varsity Boys
- Abby Reams – 4th JV Girls
- Parks Rohletter – 1st JV Boys
- Yates Parker – 7th JV Boys
- Jackson Bacon – 8th JV Boys
- Brodie Munn – 10th JV Boys
- Ben Snead – 13th JV Boys
- Lucas Boden – 16th JV Boys
Jr. Varsity Football Undefeated
The JV Wildcats capped a perfect 6-0 season with a 41-14 beat down of Chamblee. Big plays on both sides of the ball propelled the Wildcats to the lopsided win.
On offense, QB Matt Pearch tossed three TD passes, with Joe Fortenberry catching one and Danny Boden collecting 2. Porter Allison and Caleb Hamilton also caught long passes from Pearch.
The defense played fast and aggressive all night, forcing several turnovers. Henry Mullins and Karter Felix each had an interception for the Wildcats. The victory was sealed when Jayden Saintil jumped a screen pass and returned the interception 45 yards for a TD. The defense added another TD late in the game when Rhett Hesprich hustled down to recover a high snap on a punt in the Chamblee end zone.
Congrats to all of the players on their undefeated season. And thanks to the JV Cheerleading squad, fans and families for the team spirit and support.