Athletics Program

Mount de Sales Academy has a long history of fielding competitive teams and winning state championships. Our athletic program is student-centered, and we encourage our athletes to participate in a variety of sports. Our coaching staff develops committed athletes and inspires young men and women to become outstanding citizens with knowledge, character, and discipline. While we strive to win each athletic contest, the positive impact on the lives of our students is far more important than the final score of a game.

Mount de Sales competes in the Georgia High School Association, Class A. Our competitive spirit is balanced by our commitment to fair play. That is just one of the reasons why “It’s great to be a Cavalier!”

Through a partnership with Piedmont Orthopaedics, we provide our teams with a full-time, certified athletic trainer. Amanda Windon is present for games and select practices. She is available to evaluate, treat, and assist student-athletes with rehabilitation at our training room at Cavalier Fields and by appointment at the main campus. Mount de Sales’ athletes may also be evaluated for injuries at Piedmont Orthopaedics (4660 Riverside Drive) from 9 a.m. until 12 noon during the week. Injured students who are treated by Piedmont physicians will be able to complete their rehabilitation with Amanda on campus at no cost.  Please be aware that Amanda is unable to perform rehabilitation on patients under the care of physicians outside of the Piedmont network.

We are the mighty Cavaliers, and our mascot is Monty.

We compete in the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), Division 1A

  • 16 sports offered
  • 50 teams at C-team, Junior Varsity, and Varsity level
  • 90% kids who participate in sports whether as an athlete or manager
  • 50 state championships won

Mount de Sales recognizes the accomplishments of our student-athletes who have transitioned into collegiate level sports. Below are Cavaliers from recent years who are playing on college teams.

Class of 2016

  • Tres Hattaway, Mercer University (Football)
  • Brendon Coats, Limestone College (Track)
  • Harrison Beers, Georgia College & State University (Baseball)
  • Olivia Bentley, St. Mary’s College (Cheerleading)
  • Rachel Breitenbach, Georgia College & State University (Cheerleading)

Class of 2015

  • Hudson Brett, Mercer University (Football)
  • Keith Farris, West Georgia College (Football)
  • Carson Leatherwood, Valdosta State (Football)
  • Sofia Lekas, Georgia College & State University (Soccer)
  • Alina Rodriguez, Andrew College (Soccer)
  • Darius Wonnum, LaGrange University (Basketball)

Class of 2014

  • Kike Afolabi-Brown, Emory University (Swimming)
  • Niko Anderson, Georgia Tech (Football)
  • Voris Bryant, Morehouse College(Football)
  • Rayne Ellis, New York University (Volleyball)
  • Madison Kosater, Brenau University (Swimming)
  • Corley Peth, Berry College (Swimming)

Class of 2013

  • Jose Bautista, Darton College(Cross Country)
  • Ben Buster, Sewanne University (Football)
  • Nikki Johnston, Queens University of Charlotte (Swimming)
  • Zachary Lasater, Georgia Tech (Track)
  • Ryan McCallie, Berry College (Football)
  • Maggie Midkiff, Berry College (Soccer)
  • Michael Purcell, Shorter University (Soccer)
  • Jessika Weiss, Wingate University (Swimming)

Class of 2012

  • John Garrett Abernathy, Mercer University (Football)
  • Josh Abrams, Savannah State University (Football)
  • Kenneth Cazort, Georgia College & State University (Tennis)
  • Donald Fleming, Siena Heights University (Football)
  • Seth Hattaway, Mercer University (Football)
  • Abbie McKowen, North Park University (Volleyball)
  • Sara McMahon, Wesleyan College (Softball)
  • Ashley Moulton, Berry College (Soccer)
  • Stephen Murphey, Georgia Tech (Football)
  • Stewart Rich, Georgia College & State University (Baseball)
  • Myles Swain, Naval Academy (Football)
  • Dontarius Thomas, Point University (Football)

Did we forget anyone? Please send the name and college/university to Krista Dillard (link to email – krista.dillard@mountdesales.net)

De Sales is the high school that is greatest of all. Come now and sing her praises.
Loyal and true, we ever answer your call. Stand up for Mount de Sales.
We’re gonna fight, fight, fight. We’re gonna fight, fight, fight, We’re gonna fight for the Blue and Gold!
For we are Cavaliers, the mighty Cavaliers, proud of the new and old!
De Sales is the high school that is greatest of all. Come now and sing her praises.
Loyal and true, we ever answer your call. Forever Mount de Sales! Hey!