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After defeating Paideia at home last week Inman played at Paideia in a rematch, Monday. The boys finished strong winning 10 of 14 matches, highlighted by a comeback tiebreaker win by Scott Whitley. Also victorious were Noah Turbes, Teddy Suazo, Elliot Willner, Gideon Bennett, Lucas Damiani, Leo Hollingworth, and Colin Stanley. The girls again swept through their matches with Paideia 8-0 led by Michelle Durst, with Elizabeth White, Emily Brown, Emma Menzies, Zoey Phillips, Anna Fedorova and Annie Laster also winning matches. Great job tennis team!
Congratulations to the Inman Golf Team for a victory over Sutton Middle School at Candler Park Golf Course on Tuesday, April 19.
The final score was 168-175. Inman was led by Benton Shevlin (tie for 1st place overall) with a score of 41. Other counting Inman scores were Sebastian Skinner (42, tied for 3rd place overall), Mac Walker (42, tied for 3rd place overall), and Daniel Poss (43, tied for 5th place overall).
Other Inman scores were Amelia Sharp (44), Christian Renfroe (46), Drew Bradshaw (47), Ethan Johnson (48), Sam Rose (48), Che Aycox (51), Oliver Kosar (52), Stanley Bennett (53), Micah Hunt (54) and George Lefkovizc (55).
On Wednesday, the Inman tennis team battled a strong Woodward Academy team. The girls team did well coming away with a 6-5 victory. Emily Brown, Annie Laster, Emma Menzies, and Brooke Smith won singles while the doubles duos of Mackenzie York/Anna Federova, and Annie Laster/Emily Brown won in doubles. The boys played hard but lost 2-10. Scott Whitley and Teddy Suazo won their singles matches.
The Inman tennis team played Carrollton Middle School yesterday. The boys won 9-6 and Coach Taylor cited Scott Whitley and Lucas Damiani as top singles winners. The boys won most doubles matches. The girls team won 7-4 with Emily Brown and Annie Laster top singles winners. Coach Taylor also cited Dorian Laurens and Brooke Smith as a key doubles duo.
Inman 6th grade students celebrate proposed changes to 6th grade social studies curriculum. What a great example of student advocacy! They made posters, told parents and spoke to Donna Lowry of 11 Alive news to fight against a proposal that would eliminate the study of slavery and the Holocaust in the proposed new 6th grade Social Studies Standards and it appears their voices were heard!
The Inman track teams finished a great season on Saturday!
The girls brought home a trophy for placing 2nd in the city! Nkoiya Dawson earned 1st place in the long jump and the high jump. Nikita Laye earned 2nd place in the high jump. Lindsay Schroeder earned 1st place in the mile and 2nd place in the 800m. Emily Sands earned 2nd place in the mile, and Ameah Richardson earned 2nd place in the 400m.
The boys had some victories as well. Our boys 4×4 team-Zaire Thornton, Jehdiah Hosley, Jackson Sexton and Justin Wilborn- earned 2nd place medals, and Justin Wilborn earned 1st place in the 400m and the long jump.
Congratulations to all track team members on a great season!
On Saturday, March 26, the Inman Drones Team for the first time participated in the Drones for Good competition at Grady High School. We are very proud of our drones team because they were able to overcome numerous challenges building and flying the drone. They showed the true spirit of the competition by working together as a team through the issues and never giving up. They came 7th in flying by completing four different challenges. Additionally, they were invited to present their drone-related innovation to the American Heart Association.
Congratulations Drones Team Members:
Inman’s debate team has been on a winning streak this year and proudly took 1st place at the Middle School State Championship held March 19th at Georgia State University! Thanks so much to Maria Misura and Josh Thorpe for all their hard work with the technical side of the debate! Thanks to Norm Richie for all his help with the logistical side of the debate. Mr. Richie also received “Most Valued Parent” award. Dorien Laurens got “Student of the Year” award- well deserved for her enthusiasm, passion and amazing job during the whole season. There were 59 schools represented (including high school) and 225 middle school teams. Here are the specifics:
4th Daniel Wakefield
6th Drake Hunt
8th Griffin Richie
19 Jordan Freeman
21 Robbie Gibbs
23 Assata Nkosi
3rd- Daniel Wakefield and Robbie Gibbs
5th Drake Hunt and Assata Nkosi
6th Sechan Tak and Griffin Richie
8th Jordan Freeman and Arianna Bird
JV – individual
10th Abby Edlein
16th Elise Livius
17th Kate York
26th Rachel Bowdler
33 Hannah Sowell
34 Maddie Thorope
43 Mark McClain
9th Hannah Sowell and Rachel Bowdler
23 Abby Edlein and Kate York
28th Oliver Gray and Bryant Hodges