Athletics

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to our KMHS Competitive Cheer Squad for taking 1st place in the 2017 Metro Cheerleading Championships this past weekend.

 

The 2017-18 KMHS Fall sports season has gotten off to a great start! The football Mustangs, under the leadership of Head Coach Andy Scott, are currently leading Cobb County in points per game and are off to the best start in school history at 4-1. Mustang softball completed region regular season play undefeated and are the number one seed in the regional tournament that KMHS is now hosting.  The championship softball game for that tournament is tonight at 5pm at KMHS.  During the course of this season, Head Coach Lisa Chapman recorded her 400th victory as a head coach which was an amazing accomplishment. Mustang volleyball also completed area play undefeated and they too will enter their area tournament as the number one seed with an overall record of 38-8! Head Coach Michael Loyd also recently reached a coaching milestone recording his 100th victory. Mustang cross country is off to their best start in years under Head Coach Doug Golden. Both the girls and boys teams are currently ranked in the top ten in the state with individuals Elizabeth Rice and Will Bullock having great seasons! Principal Mark Trachtenbroit says the success can be attributed to the dedication of our coaches and athletes.  Best of luck to all the Mustangs.

 

 

 

KMHS Athletes are Good Neighbors!

 


KMHS Cross County is having an outstanding season! The team is paced by senior runners Elizabeth Rice and Will Bullock.  Liz and Will won their first race of the season at the Pickens Preview at Roper Park in Jasper.  The boys and girls teams both brought home 3rd place trophies that day. As the season has progressed, the Mustang team captains Elizabeth and Will, along with Trey Davis, Morris Kindler, Stevie Limon and Zoe Vaupel have provided leadership to both the varsity and junior varsity runners.  This past week the Mustangs hosted the Mustang Stampede Invitational at Allatoona Creek Park in Acworth.  Elizabeth Rice finished first in the girls varsity race while Will Bullock finished 3rd,  achieving his personal record time for a 5K of 16:07.8. Also, Morris Kindler won the JV boy’s race earning a spot for this week’s varsity race in Cartersville.

Congratulations to Girls Varsity softball coach Lisa Chapman for the team’s 400th victory during her 18-year career.

Chapman, who has led the Lady Mustangs’ program from its inception, earned the milestone win recently against one of her proteges, North Paulding coach Jennifer Maloney — a former Kennesaw Mountain and Alabama standout under her maiden name of Fenton.

Kudos to our players and coaches for this amazing accomplishment!