Congratulations to the Buford Lady Wolves girls basketball team as they were selected as the Gwinnett Tip Off Club Team of the Month.
This is a great honor due to the award being voted on by all the coaches in the Gwinnett Tip Off Club which includes some very impressive teams in the Gwinnett area. Anytime you get an award voted on by your peers, it is a special honor and this is a special group of young ladies.
Great job ladies and now lets finish the season strong.
The Lady Wolves claimed another two wins over Norcross and Mill Creek over the past weekend.
On Friday the Lady Wolves clashed with one of Georgia's girls basketball powerhouses Norcross in the Naismith Atlanta Hawks Classic. The Lady Wolves came out on top by a score of 48 to 42.
See article from Gwinnett Daily Post below
Next up on Saturday was the annual Gwinnett Daily Post Challenge. The Lady Wolves would take on the Lady Hawks from Mill Creek.
The Lady Wolves flexed their muscles on the visitors from Gwinnett and beat the Lady Hawks 67 to 30. It was a great total game for all the Lady Wolves as all players contributed to the win at this event at Lanier High School.
Congrats to the Lady Wolves and this makes their record 11-0 for the first part of the season.
Next up is Girls Day Out vs Gainesville at the beautiful Buford City Arena this coming Saturday Dec 21st.
Congratulations to Tate Walters and her family as Tate has committed to continue her basketball career and education at Furman University.
Tate participated this past Wednesday night at the Buford signing ceremony and is now a future Lady Paladin of Furman.
See article below from the Gwinnett Daily Post
See what Coach Durden had to say about Tate and her career here at Buford!
"I have had the blessing of coaching many great players over my career, but I don’t think I have ever coached a player that has gotten as much out of their potential and ability as Tate Walters. Tate is a great player, but she also has the unique ability to make other players around her better, which separates the difference between being a good player vs being a great player. She also has the unique ability to play any role that is needed for her team to have success. She is such an unselfish player that puts her team ahead of any individual goals or awards even though she is one of the most decorated players I have ever coached. I think Tate would be special on any team you put her on, but I am thankful she plays for the Kelly and Gold of Buford High School. She is one of few players that has lead her teams over the past three years to three state championships at Buford. With many choices to continue her basketball career and education, Furman University is the institute that Tate has chosen to take all her basketball talents to play for, but more importantly, all the character and uniqueness that makes her such a special young lady." Gene Durden
We are so proud of Tate and all the commitment and dedication she has shown for the Lady Wolves program and we wish her nothing but success in the next part of her journey through life!
GOOOOO WOLVES and GOOOOO TATE!!!