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2016-2017 Wesleyan Lady Wolves

"Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves."

- Philippians 2:3

Saturday, January 21
Wesleyan rips AA No. 4 Model 81-46 behind solid effort from West

Mikayla Coombs goes up against Model's Victoria Saxon
Class A No. 3 ranked Wesleyan was paid a visit by Class AA No. 4 ranked Model Saturday afternoon and came away with a resounding 81-46 win in front of a good sized crowd at Wesleyan.  The team traded baskets to start the game before Wesleyan stretched the lead to eight taking a 19-11 advantage at the end of the first quarter.  Wesleyan continued dictating the pace in the second as the visiting Lady Blue Devils began to tire.  The Lady Wolves outscored Model 24-11 in the period which was capped off by a nearly half-court three pointer by Mikayla Coombs at the buzzer.  Wesleyan led 43-22 at the break.  The deeper Lady Wolves kept Model in check the remainder of the game outscoring the Lady Blue Devils 15-10 in the third quarter and 23-14 in the fourth.  Wesleyan did a nice job keeping Model star Victoria Saxon in check most of the night.  Saxon is one of the top ranked juniors nationally.  Sutton West had her finest all around game of the season as she had 18 points, five assists, four rebounds, two steals and a blocked shot.  Coombs also scored 18 points in a double-double performance to go with a game high 15 rebounds.  She also had five assists, three steals and two blocks.  Amaya Register put up 13 points, five rebounds, three assists and a steal while Jameson Kavel had 11 points to go with five boards, three assists and a steal.  Natalie Armstrong barely missed a double-double scoring nine points while grabbing 12 rebounds.  She also had a game high four blocked shots.  AC Carter added seven points, seven boards, two assists, two steals and a block for Wesleyan which improves to 17-3 on the year.  Model falls to 15-5 with the loss.  The Lady Wolves return to region action on Tuesday when they travel to Southwest Atlanta Christian on Tuesday night.  Tipoff is 6:00 PM.

Amaya Register is fouled by Model's Kyla Reynolds while driving upcourt

Friday, January 20
Wesleyan earns region win in first-ever meeting with Mt. Vernon

Bailey Edwards scores two in win over Mt. Vernon

Wesleyan travelled to Mt. Vernon Friday night for a region game and came away a 90-10 winner in front of a packed gym. Mikayla Coombs led the effort with 16 points, five assists and five steals.  Jameson Kavel scored 15 points and Amaya Register put up 13.  AC Carter added 10 points for the Lady Wolves who up their record to 16-3, 5-1 in region. Wesleyan, ranked No. 3 in Class A will next face Class AA No. 4 ranked Model. Tipoff  is tomorrow at 2:30 PM at Wesleyan.

Tuesday, January 17
Lady Wolves blow out Woodward 75-33 behind Coombs' 29

Wesleyan took on Class AAAA Woodward Academy Tuesday night and came away with a 75-33 road win.  Wesleyan outscored Woodward 18-7 in the first quarter and 19-14 in the second taking a 37-21 lead into halftime.  The team put the hammer down in the third quarter outscoring Woodward 25-6 after a mediocre first half.  They cruised to the win after a shortened six-minute fourth.  Recently named McDonald's All American Mikayla Coombs, led all scorers racking up 29 points to go with eight steals, seven rebounds, five assists and three blocks. Jameson Kavel put up 16 points including five three pointers.  She also had four steals, two assists and two rebounds.  Sutton West added 13 points, five boards, four steals and a blocked shot for Wesleyan who improves to 15-3 with the win while Woodward falls to 6-10.  The Lady Wolves will return to region play on Friday as they'll face Mt. Vernon on the road in the first meeting between the schools.  Tipoff is 6:00 PM.

Monday, January 16
Coombs selected as McDonald's All American!


The 2017 McDonald's All American team rosters were released today and Wesleyan's Mikayla Coombs was selected to the East team.  Being named as a McDonald's All American is the highest honor that a high school athlete can acheive nationally.  Coombs is the first Wesleyan student to ever receive such an honor.  Many outstanding players have come through the Wesleyan girls basketball program, including a two-time Miss Georgia Basketball recipient, numerous State Players of the Year, many All State players, but none had ever been named McDonald's All American.  There were 24 players selected as All Americans including three Georgians.  The other two Georgians are students at St. Francis making the entire Georgia representation from schools that are in Class A.  The McDonald's All American game will be played March 29 at 5:00 PM in Chicago and will be telecast on ESPN2.  Congratulations to Mikayla for achieving this incredible honor.  It is well deserved.  Below is a list of all 24 players including their high schools and college choices.


Saturday, January 14
Bombs away! Wesleyan unloads 13 threes in 70-40 win over Center Point (AL)

Jameson Kavel launches a three pointer during win over Centerpoint

Six different Wesleyan players connected on at least one three pointer and the team netted 13 total threes in a 70-40 rout or Center Point (AL) Saturday night at Archer High School.  The game was part of the Krossover showcase event featuring top local teams against top teams from out of state.  The Lady Wolves got it going early as Jameson Kavel hit two threes and Mikayla Coombs nailed one giving Wesleyan a 9-0 lead.  They kept the pressure up the rest of the way taking a 23-11 lead at the end of the first quarter.  Wesleyan clamped down defensively in the second quarter allowing Center Point only five points while scoring 12 of their own.  The Lady Wolves took a 35-16 lead into halftime.  Wesleyan continued unloading from long range in the third while continuing the solid defense it played in the first half.  Wesleyan outscored Center Point 19-9 in the third and led 54-25 entering the foruth. Kavel and Amaya Register led the bomb squad today, each connecting on four threes.  Kavel was Wesleyan's high scorer with 16 points to go with three steals and two rebounds.  Register was second leading scorer as she had 15 points, four assists and four rebounds.  Mikayla Coombs added 10 points, six steals, five assists and four boards for Wesleyan while AC Carter chipped in eight points, a game high seven rebounds and two blocks.  Wesleyan is now 14-3 on the season with the win and will next travel to College Park to take on Woodward on Tuesday night.  Tipoff is 6:30 PM.

Mikayla Coombs shoots over Center Point's Adoll Gray and Zakaria Adams

Friday, January 13
Lady Wolves notch region win over Galloway

Bailey Edwards shoots over Galloway's Foster Soloman

Eleven different players scored in Wesleyan's 71-11 region win over Galloway Friday night at Wesleyan.  Jameson Kavel led all scorers with 14 points including 12 from three pointers.  She also had three rebounds and three assists.  Amaya Register scored 10 points while pulling down four rebounds and swiping a pair of steals. Katie Stipe added eight points including a pair of treys,  Mikayla Coombs contributed seven points, seven assists, four steals and four rebounds while Sydney Millikan seven points, two boards and two steals.  Wesleyan improves to 13-3, 4-1 in region with the win.  The Lady Wolves have a quick turn around between games as they play again tomorrow afternoon.  They'll take on Centerville, a Class AAAAAA school from Birmingham, Alabama.  The game will be part of a showcase event being held at Archer High School.  Tipoff is 4:00 PM.


Caroline Burke dribbles down court chased by Galloway's Morgan Mattke

Tuesday, January 10
Coach Azar gets career win No. 500 as Wesleyan rolls Paideia 74-28

Coach Azar surrounded by her team after securing win No. 500
The Lady Wolves travelled to Paideia last night to take on the host Pythons in a region contest and came away with a 74-28 win.  This was the first meeting between the two schools since February 24, 2012, an 83-26 Wesleyan win.  The Lady Wolves led 16-0 at the end of the first quarter and 35-5 at halftime.  Freshman AC Carter was Wesleyan's leading scorer and the only player to score in double figures.  She had 18 points and barely missed a double double  as she also grabbed nine rebounds.  Natalie Armstrong had nine points, three rebounds, three steals, three blocked shots and two assists.  Amaya Register had eight points, six steals, and four assists while Mikayla Coombs added seven points, nine rebounds, eight assists and seven steals.  Wesleyan improves to 12-3 overall, 3-1 in region while Paideia drops to 9-6, 3-2.  The win was most significant in that it was the 500th win of Coach Jan Azar's career.  It was also fitting that it came against a school that Wesleyan faced in its very first season of varsity competition in 1997-1998 which is the season Coach Azar started the Wesleyan girls basketball program.  Things have improved somewhat for Wesleyan basketball since the three losses in that season to Paideia by scores of 91-12, 86-22 and 72-32.  The parents of the players were nice enough to present Coach Azar with a bouquet of flowers after the game.  The Lady Wolves will take the court again on Friday when they face Galloway in another region contest at Wesleyan.  Tipoff is 5:30 PM.

Callie Weaver drives past Paideia's Alana Hodges

Thursday, January 5
Early first half hole too deep as No. 2 Holy Innocents bests No. 3 Wesleyan 61-54

Amaya Register drives as Holy Innocents' Khayla Pointer defends

Wesleyan travelled to Holy Innocents Thursday night and fell short in a 61-54 region loss in front of a packed house.  The Lady Wolves got down early trailing 25-20 at the end of the first quarter.  Holy Innocents' lead grew as large at 16 points in the second quarter as Wesleyan struggled to find any rythym offensively.  Wesleyan was able to cut the lead to 12 at halftime as Holy Innocents led 46-34 at the break.  Wesleyan battled in the second half gradually cutting the lead to just two points late in the fourth quarter.  Unfortunately the Lady Wolves were unable to seize numerous opportunities on the offensive end and Holy Innocents pulled away in the end.  The entire team's performance was uneven, shooting just 33% from the field as a team. This was certainly not Wesleyan's best performance of the season but they get another crack at these same Bears on January 27 at Wesleyan.  Mikayla Coombs led the Wesleyan effort with 17 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals.  Natalie Armstong had a double double with 13 points and 11 rebounds.  Freshman AC Carter recorded her first career double double scoring 11 points while grabbing a team high 12 boards.  Amaya Register added nine points, four rebounds and two assists.  Wesleyan falls to 11-3 on the season with the loss, 2-1 in region play, while Holy Innocents improves to 14-1, 4-0.  Wesleyan next takes to the court on Tuesday when they play at Paideia in a region contest.  Tipoff is 6:00 PM.

Natalie Armstrong looks to shoot over Holy Innocents' Kennedy Suttle

Tuesday, January 3
Kavel leads Wesleyan past Southwest Atlanta Christian

Bailey Edwards scores two of her nine points over SACA's Christian Wilson
After a 12-day layoff, the Lady Wolves hit the court for the first time in 2017 and came away with a 75-26 region win over Southwest Atlanta Christian Tuesday night at Wesleyan.  Jameson Kavel led all scorers with 12 points, all coming from three-pointers in the first half.  Sutton West had 11 points while Mikayla Coombs and Bailey Edwards put up nine points each.  Coombs also had seven assists.  Natalie Armstrong added eight points while AC Carter scored seven.  Amaya Register added six points and five assists.  The Lady Wolves are now 11-2 on the season, 2-0 in region.  Up next will be the first meeting between Wesleyan and Holy Innocents since last year's heartbreaking 66-64 overtime win by Holy Innocents in the Class AA state championship game.  Holy Innocents is currently ranked No. 2 in Class 1A while Wesleyan is ranked No. 3.  Tipoff is 6:00 Friday at Holy Innocents.

Capri Frazier draws an And-One on SACA's Lovie Ballard

Thursday, December 22
Wesleyan comeback falls short as Norcross prevails 58-53

Natalie Armstrong scores two of her 14 points over Norcross' Vanessa Blagmon

Neighbors across the street from each other had to travel hundreds of miles to play one another as Wesleyan, ranked No. 1 in Class 1A faced Norcross, ranked No. 1 in Class 7A.  Alas the bigger, stronger Lady Blue Devils prevailed 58-53 in a hard fought game.  Wesleyan dug itself a deep hole.  After scoring the first two points of the game, Norcross then rattled off the next eight opening an 8-2 lead.  Norcross then continued its 20-4 run taking a 20-6 lead with seven minutes to go in the first half.  Most of Norcross' points came from defensive rebounds from Wesleyan misses and then layups from fast breaks.  Wesleyan changed its defensive strategy and it paid off.  The Lady Wolves went on a 9-0 run to cut the lead to 20-15 prompting a Norcross timeout. Norcross then closed the first half with a10-4 run to increase its lead to 29-19 at halftime.  Wesleyan scored the first four points of the second half to cut the lead to six.  The teams traded baskets for the next few minutes as Norcross led 47-41 at the 7:00 mark.  The Lady Wolves wouldn't go quietly though and put together a 7-2 run to close Norcross' lead to just 50-48 with 4:45 to go.  Norcross bumped the lead up to five at 54-49 with 3:15 left to play.  Wesleyan then cut the lead to 56-53 with 1:31 to go.  The teams traded defensive stops and Wesleyan had the ball with 20 seconds to go, still down by three.  After working the ball around the perimeter, Norcross "stole" the ball and were fouled on the subsequent possession.  They made their free throws and the final 58-53 score was the result.  Wesleyan simply ran out of gas and time but made a valiant comeback after being down by 14 in the first half.  Games like this will do nothing but help the team down the road.  Natalie Armstrong had her best showing of the tournament as she had a double double with 14 points and 11 rebounds.  Jameson Kavel also had another solid outing scoring 14 points while earning the tournament's Hustle Award.  Mikayla Coombs scored eight points and had four assists as she was named to the All Tournament team.  Amaya Register and Sutton West each scored six points.  Register also had four assists while West had three assists and two steals.  Wesleyan is now 10-2 on the year and will not take the court again until January 3 when they'll face Southwest Atlanta Christian in a region contest at Wesleyan.

AC Carter gets past Norcross' Myra Strickland

Wednesday, December 21
Coombs scores 1000th career point, Kavel hits seven threes as Wesleyan rolls past Ferguson (FL)

Jameson Kavel connects on her sixth three pointer
The Lady Wolves defeated Ferguson out of Miami, 65-47 this afternoon to advance to the 5th Place game of the CresCom Bank Holiday Classic in Myrtle Beach.  After a close few opening minutes, Wesleyan opened up a 14 point lead at halftime at 37-23.  The lead grew as large as 20 in the second half before Ferguson, the Florida state runner up last year in Class 8A, went on a run to close it to just seven points.  That would be as close as they would get however and Wesleyan pulled away in the latter part of the second half.  Highlights of the evening were Jameson Kavel's school record-tying seven three pointers and Mikayla Coombs scoring her 1000th career point.  Coombs ended the game with 25 points, 13 rebounds, three assists and three steals.  Kavel finished with 21 points and three boards.  Wesleyan improves to 10-1 on the season and will face Norcross, ranked No. 1 in Class 7A, in the Fifth Place game tomorrow.  Tipoff is 10:45 AM.

Mikayla surrounded by teammates after scoring her 1000th career point

Tuesday, December 20
Winder-Barrow uses late surge to down Wesleyan 65-60 in quarterfinal battle

Mikayla Coombs splits two Winder-Barrow defenders
Winder-Barrow went on a 7-0 run to break a 49-49 tie late in the second half and held on to beat Wesleyan 65-60 in their quarterfinal matchup of the CresCom Bank Holiday Classic in Myrtle Beach.  The teams were tied at 26-26 at halftime and the game had many lead changes.  Wesleyan held a 39-31 lead with 12:39 left in the second half but Winder-Barrow, ranked No. 3 in Class AAAAAA in Georgia, went on a 9-0 run taking a 40-39 lead.  The lead then went back and forth until that 7-0 run ended at the 4:32 mark.  Wesleyan closed the gap to 63-60 after an Amaya Register layup with 18 seconds to play.  Winder-Barrow threw the subsequent inbounds pass out of bounds and Wesleyan got the ball back.  Two three-point attempts were off the mark but the Lady Wolves got the ball back with seven seconds remaining.  Unfortunately another three-point attempt was unsuccessful and Winder-Barrow went on to win this hard fought battle.  Winder-Barrow's Olivia Nelson-Ododa, the No. 1 junior in the country as ranked by ESPN Hoopgurlz, did not disappoint as she led all scorers with 27 points.  Mikayla Coombs was awesome again as she had a double double with 24 points and 12 rebounds.  Register scored nine points and had three assists while Jameson Kavel also put up nine points.  Sutton West and AC Carter chipped in eight and six points respectively.  Wesleyan suffered their first loss of this season with this defeat but has to bounce back quickly as they play again tomorrow against Ferguson High from Miami.  Tipoff is 5:00 PM.

Amaya Register is fouled on a layup

Monday, December 19
Lady Wolves shake off exam fog to take CresCom Bank opener over Franklin County (KY)

Mikayla Coombs glides to two of her game high 22 points
The Wesleyan girls basketball team just finished a gruelling week taking first semester final exams and the layoff was evident.  It had been nine days since the Lady Wolves last took the court so the team was a little rusty.  Still, Wesleyan coasted to a comfortable 58-35 win over Franklin County from Frankfort, Kentucky in their first round game of the CresCom Bank Holiday Classic in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Wesleyan jumped out to an early 7-0 lead and enjoyed a comfortablde lead for most of the first half.  The Lady Wolves led 25-17 with 2:51 to go in the first half before closing on an 8-3 run to take a 33-20 lead into halftime. In the second half, Wesleyan would continually build leads as large as 16 and 18 points but Franklin County often answered with a timely three pointer.  The Wesleyan lead never got back to single digits and the team enjoyed a comfortable tournament opening win.  Mikayla Coombs led the Lady Wolves in scoring with 22 points including going 3-for-5 from three point range.  She also led the team in rebounds with eight to go with three assists, two steals, and two blocks.  Amaya Register was the only other Wesleyan player to score in double figures as she had 11 points to go with a team high six assists and five rebounds.   Jameson Kavel added nine points four rebounds and two assists for Wesleyan while Sutton West put up nine points, six boards, three assists, three steals and two blocks.  Wesleyan improves to 9-0 on the season with the win and will face Winder-Barrow in the quarterfinals.  Winder-Barrow is ranked No. 3 in Class AAAAAA and features the No. 1 ranked junior in the country in 6-5 Olivia Nelson-Ododa.  Tipoff is 2:15 PM tomorrow.

Sutton West goes baseline against Franklin County's Josie Thacker

Saturday, December 10
Wesleyan improves to 8-0 in 56-18 romp over St. Pius

Mikayla Coombs finishes fast break during win over St. Pius
After a slow start, Wesleyan rolled to a 56-18 win over Class AAAA St. Pius Saturday night at St. Pius.  Playing in the gym that Coach Azar spent her four years of high school back in the 1980's, the Lady Wolves put on a defensive display shutting down the St. Pius offense for the most part.  The Golden Lions scored the first two points of the game after a scoreless first two minutes.  Wesleyan then outscored St. Pius 13-2 the rest of the first quarter taking a 13-4 lead into the second.  In the second quarter, the Lady Wolves shook off the early cobwebs of the first qurater and completetly overwhelmed the host Lions.  Wesleyan outscored St. Pius 24-2 in the period taking a 37-6 lead into halftime.  Each team played plenty of players in the second half.  Mikayla Coombs led the Wesleyan scoring effort with 16 points to go with seven steals, six rebounds, five assists and two blocked shots.  She also wreaked defensive havoc with a whopping 17 deflections.  Sutton West was the only other Wesleyan player to score in double figures with 12 points.  She also had three rebounds, two blocks, two assists and a steal.  Jameson Kavel added eight points, a team high nine boards, three steals and two assists while Amaya Register chipped in seven points, four steals, three assists, two rebounds and two blocks.  Natalie Armstrong added six points, seven boards, three steals and two blocks for Wesleyan whichimproves to 8-0 on the season with the win.  The team will have a week off from games (not practice of course),as they will be consumed with final exams.  They will then travel to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina next Saturday to participate in the Cresom Bank Holiday Classic to face some highly rated teams from all over the country.  Wesleyan won't take the court again until Monday, December 19 when they face Franklin County from Frankfort, Kentucky in the first round.  Tipoff is 5:15 PM.

Sutton West looks to work the ball around the St. Pius defense

Friday, December 9
Wesleyan destroys AAA No. 5 ranked Morgan County 81-46

Jameson Kavel looks to pass around Morgan County's Autumn Woodard
Wesleyan rolled to its seventh straight win with a convincing 81-46 win over Class AAA No. 5 ranked, and defending AAA state champion Morgan County Friday night at Wesleyan.  The Lady Wolves started fast racing to 24-6 lead at the end of the first quarter mostly behind a suffocating defense for which Morgan had no answer.  The lead grew to 41-16 at the half and 60-34 end the end of the third.  Twelve Wesleyan players hit the scoring column in this one led by a double-double performance by Mikayla Coombs.  Coombs scored a season high 27 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to go with three assists, three steals and a blocked shot.  Natalie Armstrong also turned in a double double with 12 points and 10 rebounds.  Sutton West added nine points, three blocks and two rebounds while Bailey Edwards put up six points and six rebounds.  Jameson Kavel chipped in five points, six rebounds and four assists.  With the win Wesleyan improves to 7-0 on the season.  The Lady Wolves hit the road tomorrow night as they travel inside I-285 to face Coach Azar's alma mater, St. Pius.  Tipoff is 6:00 PM.

Natalie Armstrong defended by Morgan County's Taylor Wilson

Tuesday, December 6
Lady Wolves win region opener over WD Mohammed

Maya Timberlake shoots over WD Mohammed defender
Wesleyan won its region opener 75-8 over WD Mohammed Tuesday night at Yancey Gymnasium on the Wesleyan campus.  Jameson Kavel and Katie Stipe led Wesleyan's scoring effort with 11 points apiece.  Sydney Milliken and Bailey Edwards each added nine points for the Lady Wolves who upped their record to 6-0 on the season, 1-0 in region.  Wesleyan will next face Morgan County, the No. 1 ranked team in Class AAA, on Friday at home.  Tipoff is 5:30 PM.

Capri Frazier is back after season ending injury last year

Saturday, December 3
Wesleyan posts three players on Atlanta Tipoff Club presason All Metro team

Wesleyan seniors Mikayla Coombs and Natalie Armstrong, who have committed to Connecticut and Samford respectively, and junior Amaya Register, have been named to the Atlanta Tipoff Club preseason All Metro Team.  Below is the entire presason Metro Team.


Saturday, December 3
Pace no match for Wesleyan in home opener

Amaya Register flies over Pace's Ellie Luetters
Wesleyan played its first home game of the young season Saturday night posting a 62-28 win over former region rival Pace Academy.  The schools, both members of Region 6-AA for the past two years, are now in separate classifications with Pace choosing to play up in Class 3A while Wesleyan was reclassified to Class 1A.  The result was a familiar one as the Lady Wolves dictated the tempo.  Wesleyan led 18-0 at the end of the first quarter.  The lead grew to 35-8 at the half and 56-23 at the end of three.  The fourth quarter was shortened to six minutes.  All players saw playing time in this one.  Jameson Kavel was Wesleyan's leading scorer with 13 points on 3-for-8 shooting from behind the arc.  She also had three assists, two rebounds, a steal and a blocked shot.  Mikayla Coombs put up 12 points, six rebounds, five steals and two blocks while Amaya Register had nine points, five steals, four assists, two boards and a blocked shot for Wesleyan which improves to 5-0 on the season with the win.  Pace falls to 4-2.  Wesleyan will play its first region opponent of the season when WD Mohammed visits Yancey Gymnasium on Tuesday.  Tipoff is 5:30 PM.

Natalie Armstrong outstretches Pace's Julia Ross

Saturday, December 3
Lady Wolves upend Mill Creek 73-55 powered by freshman Carter's 18 points

Freshman A.C. Carter led Wesleyan with 18 points as the Lady Wolves powered past Class 7A Mill Creek Thursday night at Mill Creek.  Mikayla Coombs and Natalie Armstrong each had double doubles.  Coombs had 17 points and 11 rebounds while Armstrong put up 16 points and 12 boards.  Amaya Register added eight points and a team high seven assists for Wesleyan who upped its record to 4-0.  The Lady  Wolves next face Pace Academy tonight in their home openier.  Tipoff is 5:30 PM.

Sunday, November 20
Coombs' 25 points lead Wesleyan past Tattnall County in Effingham Thantksgiving Classic

Amaya Register hit five threes in win over Tattnall County

Wesleyan took on Tattnall County its second contest in the Effingham Thanksgiving Classic Saturday afternoon at Effingham County High School located outside of Savannah.  The result was similar to its first game as the Lady Wolves overwhelmed Tattnall County 90-38 to go 2-0 in the tournament. Tattnall County, a Class AAA school from Reidsville, did not get going until late in the first quarter but the damage was already done.  Wesleyan held leads of 29-7 at the end of the first quarter and 52-17 at the half. Mikaya Coombs lead all scorers with 25 points and was 3-for-f5 from the three point line.  She also had eight rebounds, six steals and four assists.  Coombs was one of four Wesleyan players to score in double figures.  Amaya Register lit it up from long range shooting 84% from the three on 5-for-6 shooting.  Register put up 19 points, six asssits, two rebounds and two steals. Sutton West added 13 points, seven boards, five assists and four steals for the Lady Wolves while AC Carter had 11 points and two boards.  As a team Wesleyan shot 44% from behind the arc on 13-for-30 shooting.  Wesleyan improves to 3-0 on the season with the win.  The team will have the week off to celebrate Thanksgiving and will not hit the court again until Friday, December 2 when they face Class AAAAAAA Mill Creek on the road.

Mikayla Coombs drives past Tattnall County defender

Sunday, November 20
Lady Wolves head East but West leads them past Effingham County

Katie Stipe drives guarded by Effingham's Emma Hartzog

The Lady Wolves took a quick trip to Savannah this weekend to participate in the Effingham Thanksgiving Classic.  In Friday's game, Wesleyan took on the host Effingham County Rebels, a Class AAAAAA school located just outside of Savannah.  Wesleyan got off to a quick start posting an 18-0 lead before Effingham got on the scoreboard.  The Lady Wolves led 22-4 at the end of the first quarter.  Effingham struggled with Wesleyan's defensive pressure which caused numerous turnovers.  The lead grew to 54-9 at halftime.  Wesleyan played half court defense the entire second half which allowed for a little more Rebel offense but the Wesleyan bench proved too deep as the Lady Wolves posted a 93-28 win.  All told 14 Wesleyan players hit the scoring column in this one led by Sutton West's game high 12 points.  She barely missed a double double as she recorded nine rebounds.  West had a solid all around game adding four assists, three steals and three blocks to her stats. Mikayla Coombs was the only other Wesleyan player to score in double figures as she put up 11 points.  She also narrowly missed a double double grabbing nine boards.  Coombs added five assists and five steals.  Amaya Register scored nine points and had three rebounds, two steals and two assists while Izzy Larson had nine points, four steals, three rebounds and one assist. AC Carter added eight points, a game high 12 rebounds, and two assists for Wesleyan while Natalie Armstrong had eight points, eight boards and two steals.  Jameson Kavel chipped in eight points, two steals and two rebounds while Callie Weaver scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds. Bailey Edwards, Sarah Adams and Caroline Burke each put up four points while Sydney Milliken and Lauren Hill scored three points apiece.  Maya Timberlake rounded off the Wesleyan scoring effort with two points and also pulled down four boards. Wesleyan improved to 2-0 with the win.

Freshman AC Carter gets tangled with Effingham's Ta'Shauna Johnson

Saturday, November 12
Lady Wolves open season with 66-53 win over Hillgrove

Mikayla Coombs goes baseline past Hillgrove defender
Wesleyan kicked off the 2016-2017 season with a 66-53 win over Class 7A Hillgrove in a game played at Norcross High School on Saturday afternoon.  The Lady Wolves' rust was evident as they struggled a bit in the first half to find any sort of rhythm.  Wesleyan held an 11-9 lead at the end of the first quarter.  The Lady Wolves created some breathing room for themselves in the second quarter building a 28-17 lead at halftime.  The full court press had a positive effect in the third quarter causing Hillgrove to committ numerous turnovers.  Wesleyan outscored Hillgrove 25-14 in the period pushing the lead to 53-31 entering the fourth quarter.  The game was somewhat sloppy but season openers usually are.  Mikayla Coombs led the Wesleyan scoring effort with 19 points to go with five rebounds, four assists and three steals.  Amaya Register was the only other Wesleyan player to score in double figures as she put up 11 points.  She also had four assists and three steals in limited playing time as she was plagued by foul trouble for much of the game.  Jameson Kavel added eight points, a team high five assists, six rebounds and four steals for Wesleyan while freshman AC Carter scored eight points to go with six boards.  Natalie Armstrong grabbed a team high 10 rebounds to go with six points.  The Lady Wolves at 1-0 on the young season and will not play again until Friday when the team travels to Savannah to take on Effingham County on Friday and Tatnall County on Saturday.

Sutton West lays on up over Hillgrove

Thursday, December 8
2016-2017 Wesleyan Girls Basketball Program


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