Dunwoody Lacrosse Takes Bronze at Georgia Games Tournament
Dunwoody wins in exciting fashion in the last seconds of the Bronze game. It was a rematch against an opponent they tied the day before in qualifying rounds. Congratulations team and coaches on this summer tournament victory!
Summer Camp Success
What a great week it’s been for our summer camp! A threatening weather forecast turned into the best weather we could have hoped for and 40 boys turned out to play at our Brook Run Park location. Expert coaching was given by our own varsity coach, MIchael Sopko, and six other college lacrosse players, including 2014 DHS graduate Alex Schlosser who now plays for Adelphi College. The camp was broken down into two sessions with 14 boys in the 3rd through 8th grade session and 26 boys in the high school session.
It was a great way to start the summer and we are very excited about the future of Dunwoody lacrosse!
Young Dunwoody Lacrosse Team Finishes Season With Convincing Win
The 4-year old, varsity, boys lacrosse team at Dunwoody High School finished the season Saturday with a 22-7 win over Lakeside Dekalb HS. Goal scorers included all of the four seniors playing in this, their last game for DHS: Kirvin Davis, Korey Lowrey, Jack Martin, and Daniel Pile.
After a rocky start, the team (which is more than 50% freshmen) has won 4 of its last 8 games.
Under the guidance of coach Michael Sopko (who joined the DHS faculty in Fall 2014), and with promising young talent feeding in from the Jr. Wildcats program at Peachtree Middle School, the program is looking forward to an even stronger showing next year.
Meet The Coach
DHS Varsity coach, Mike Sopko, is having a “Meet the Coach” and informational meeting for all interested rising 9th graders who would like to try out for the boys JV and Varsity teams for the 2015-2016 season. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Dunwoody Tavern Sponsors Flourishing DHS Lacrosse Team
The four year old Dunwoody High School boys lacrosse program took two big wins last week, including its first ever shutout (against Druid Hills). The young program boasts 40 players: Seniors Jack Martin, Kirven Davis, Joseph Keen, Korey Lowrey, Daniel Pile and Roland Williams, 5 juniors, 5 sophomores and 24 freshmen. The team is managed by new coach, Michael Sopko, who joined the Dunwoody High School faculty in the fall of 2014. [Read more...]
Pinestraw Fundraiser Great Success –
Thank you to all who supported the Dunwoody Boys Lacrosse program by purchasing your spring pinestraw form us. We have sold close to 1,800 bales! Our last delivery day will be April 18th after the home game against South Forsyth.
The Stix Booster Club, players, and parents thank you for your generous support!
SUMMER LACROSSE POSITION CAMP
ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO EITHER PLAY OR WOULD LIKE TO PLAY LACROSSE:
DHS’s varsity lacrosse coach, Michael Sopko, will be running a lacrosse positions camp for 3rd through 12th graders this June 1st through 4th.
College lacrosse players will provide coaching specific to attack, midfield, defense and goalie positions.
Grades 3 through 8 will play from 8:00 – 10:30 am, grades 9 through 12 will play from 10:30 am – 1:00 pm.
No experience necessary.
To register, or for more information, click here.
Dunwoody Boys’ 2014 Lacrosse Season In Review
The Dunwoody High School Boys Lacrosse program is building a strong foundation on the values of family, community, and positive attitudes. All members of the program will strive to establish this tradition through hard work, professionalism and loyalty.
The primary goal of the DHS Boys Lacrosse program is to develop student-athletes of character and integrity who posses Wildcat PRIDE: Personal Responsibility in Developing Excellence.
- We will place primary importance on our academic performance, and recognize the importance of lifelong learning.
- We will practice leadership and display courage in the face of public, peer and social pressures.
- We will hold ourselves and our teammates responsible and accountable for our thoughts, feelings and actions; we recognize as student-athletes we represent not only ourselves, but our teammates, family, our school, and our community.