Titans receive all-conference recognitions for fall sports
Published 12:00 am Thursday, December 1, 2022
King, McEachran were players of the year; Walwik is coach of the year in girls golf
By Jay Spivey
For the Clemmons Courier
The fall sports season just concluded, so that means it’s time for the announcement of the all-conference teams in the Central Piedmont 4-A.
West Forsyth is well represented in all of the fall sports with two players of the year — Mary-Paige King in girls golf and Sam McEachran in girls tennis. Also, Coach Bill Walwik of the girls golf team was named coach of the year.
With King and Walwik, the girls golf team shined this season. In addition to King and Walwik, the Titans had three players make all-conference team — Paige Sidney, Sadie Mecham, and Katherine Perdue.
Other than McEachran in girls tennis, Vivian Do also made all-conference for the Titans.
The West Forsyth football team placed seven players on the all-conference team after making a trip to the first round of the NCHSAA 4-A playoffs. It was also the final season for Coach Adrian Snow, who resigned after the season after coaching the Titans for the past 15 years.
The Titans were led on offense by dynamic running back Caman Chaplin, offensive linemen Ethan Krebs and Desmond Jackson, and kicker Alejandro Morillon, who was named kicker of the year.
On defense, the Titans had three players make it — defensive lineman J.D. LeGrant, linebacker Caleb David and defensive back Marcus Wilson.
The boys soccer team, coached by Jeffrey Williams, finished 10-10-4 and 9-5 in the conference, finishing third behind Reynolds and East Forsyth. West Forsyth lost in the first round of the NCHSAA Class 4-A playoffs to Asheville Roberson.
The Titans had four players make all-conference in boys soccer: Nolan Terlecki, Josh Brown, Haegen Paschold and Abiel Lopez.
The volleyball team finished 18-10 overall and 9-5 in the conference under Coach Lauren Gillon. The Titans had three players make all conference — Kayla Kozak, Kennedy Weber and Emily Richards.
In boys cross country, the Titans had four players make all-conference — Brandt Doty, Wesley Haggstrom, Connor Haldeman and Wyatt Stephens.
The girls cross country team fared even better. The Titans have five runners who made the team — Lulu Serang, Abby Reutinger, Sophie Cowart, and sisters Tenley and Lillian Douglass.