4x100 relay (Claire Haley ’21, Aliyah Batten ’23, Arianna Webb ’21, Erica Douglas ’23)
Girls School Records broken:
Gianna Bullock ’21 (300 hurdles)
Jacqueline Frist ’21 (pole vault)
Erica Douglas ’23 (100m)
Most points scored (166) at the State Championship Meet in Girls’ Team History
Boys’ Track & Field
Boys Individual State Champions:
Roland McGhee ’22: long jump, 300 hurdles, 200M
Boys Individual Runners-up:
Jonathan Kelly ’21 (high jump)
4x200 relay: (Mark Smith ’23, Toby Wilt ’22, Shamar Porter ’23, Sammy Taylor ’23)
Boys School Records Broken:
Roland McGhee ’22 (Long Jump, 200, 300 hurdles)
4x100 relay (Mark Smith ’23, Shamar Porter ’23, Toby Wilt ’22, Roland McGhee ’22)
4x400 relay (Toby Wilt ’22, Sam Horn ’22, Sammy Taylor ’23, Roland McGhee ’22)
Most Points Scored (90.33) at the State Championship Meet in Boys Team History
Great 8 Meet Record: 4x400 relay (Toby Wilt ’22, Sam Horn ’22, Sammy Taylor ’23, Roland McGhee ’22)
Robert Inman Award for Athletic Participation
Robert Inman, a coach and teacher at Ensworth for 33 years, instituted the ideals of Ensworth participation. Mr. Inman coached four athletic seasons for over 30 consecutive years and positively influenced the lives of thousands of students.
The following seniors participated in at least 11 athletic seasons and received the Robert Inman Award for Participation:
The following junior participated in at least eight athletic seasons and received the Robert Inman Award for Participation:
Dax Braemer: Washington University in St. Louis, Baseball
Gianna Bullock: University of Oregon, Track & Field
Bryce Edmondson: University of Memphis, Football
Patrick France: Washington & Lee University, Swimming
Jonathan Kelly: Fort Valley State University, Basketball
Toleo Malone: Muskingum University, Football
Rob McCall: Southern Methodist University, Swimming
Although few people want to continue living under the restrictions necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, intrepid educators at Ensworth have learned that going back to the way they used to do things is not always the best course of action.
An ever-increasing issue challenging Independent Schools is appropriately managing risk while maintaining the warm and open community that we all value and appreciate. Yet, headline-grabbing crises involving independent schools in recent years have shone a spotlight on the importance of engaging in a robust enterprise risk management (“ERM”) process.
This summer, the activity on the Red Gables Campus has been a bit atypical. Instead of lines of cars, backhoes and forklifts have occupied the hookup lanes. The playground has become a quiet field—a blank canvas awaiting new equipment.