ALEXANDER ATHLETIC MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Alexander High School Athletic Program is to create an environment that empowers student athletes to develop into leaders for high school and beyond.
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Earn the right to wear the letters... A - L - X!
2010 AAAA Dual State Runner-up
2010 AAAA Traditional State Champions
2011 AAAA Dual State Runner-up
2011 AAAA Traditional State 5th
2012 AAAA Dual State Elite 8
2012 AAAA Traditional State Runner-up
2013 AAAA Dual State Runner-up
2013 AAAA Traditional State 3rd
2014 AAAA Dual State 3rd
2014 AAAA Traditional State 3rd
ALX invaded Fargo, North Dakota for the USA Greco & Freestyle Nationals. The team was represented by 113 Brentyn Russell, 138 Roman Boylen, and 152 Willy Dieckmann. All three wrestlers wrestled hard and came away with much needed experience for future success. The highlight of the trip was Roman Boylen coming away with an All-American status in Greco finishing 4th in the Nation. The entire ALX Family is very proud of his accomplishment!!!
ALX has had an outstanding tradition of participation with Team GA and the Greco-Freestyle National Teams; this year has been no different. Seven ALX Wrestlers are competing with the National Teams: B. Russell, R. Boylen, W. Dieckmann, M. Beske, J. Beske, S. Gray, and B. Boswell. All seven will be participating with the Junior National Dual Team that is competing in Oklahoma; B. Russell, R. Boylen, W. Dieckmann, and B. Boswell will continue to wrestle in July by competing with Team GA at the USA Fargo Nationals. These ALX Wrestlers will be representing Alexander H.S. and Georgia wrestling proudly throughout the country
USA Southeast Regional Championships
145 R. Boylan 1st Greco (OW)
220 S. Gray 1st Greco & 2nd Freestyle
20th - meeting in Coach Cochran's room at 8:10am
21st - Pre-season Workouts begin 4-5 pm
2nd - Booster Club Meeting
4A State Championships 3rd
5AAAA Traditional Region Champions
4A Dual State Championship 3rd
5AAAA Region Dual Championshions
The difference in winning matches and losing matches is mat time. Getting on the mat to learn new techniques and to be exposed to new situations is pivotal to seeing success.
Champions do what has to be done, not what is easy to do!!!