4-1 (1-0)
#2 State Ranking (Score Atl & Scorbord)




1 Kelton Reynolds JR Cleveland, GA
2 Heath Booker FR Clarkesville, GA
3 Jacob Mitchell JR Toccoa, GA
4 Jake Wehrstein SR Demorest, GA
5 Bushy Lynes SO Nassau, Bahamas
6 Josiah Turney SR Murraysville, GA
7 Jackson Cording JR Demorest, GA
8 Jared Mullis JR Cleveland, GA
9 Austin Ball SR Tiger, GA
10 Alvaro Garcia Breton JR Madrid, Spain
11 Clay Kafsky JR Clarkesville, GA
12 Eli Damron SR Clarkesville, GA
13 Landon Hall JR Mt. Airy, GA
15 Tyson Hall FR Mt. Airy, GA
17 Kale Borchers FR Cornelia, GA
18 Brit Shaw SR Baldwin, GA
20 Laith Reynolds SO Cleveland, GA
- Koen Eller JR Cornelia, GA
MGR Cole Borchers JR Cornelia, GA


STATE PLAYOFFS - 2023  2022  2021
SWEET 16 - 2023


Program History/Records


Austin Ball ('24) - Belmont Abbey College
Max Farris ('21) - Merchant Marine Academy
Jake Hall ('23) - Randolph-Macon College
Sean Lynes, Jr. ('22) - Converse College
Harry Ward ('17) - Anderson University
Cainan Yaskiewicz (‘21) - Middle Georgia United FC (United Premier Soccer League)


The boys & girls soccer programs play home matches at the Amick Athletic Field, located on the Upper School campus.



Jeremy Stille - Head Coach

Jeremy Stille enters his fifth season at the helm of the Indians Soccer team in 2024, and the sixth year at Tallulah Falls School. Currently, he works in the social studies department at the Upper School where he teaches Modern History, Global Studies, and Capstone. Stille played four years at Piedmont College after playing at his high school, Northview, and club soccer with Atlanta Fire. 

Stille was the boys’ soccer head coach at White County High School from 2016-2019, with a total record of 28-33-9; making the 4A state playoffs twice, once going to the round of sixteen and earning Region 8-AAAA Coach of the Year in 2016.

Stille coached the Indians for the COVID-shortened 2020 season, then launched the team to new heights in 2021 in their first-ever season as a part of GHSA. The program made the playoffs for the first time, and built on that with a 10-win season in 2022, again making the postseason. In 2023, the Indians went 16-0 to the Sweet 16 before finally losing their first game, playing in the second round for the first time. They claimed their first-ever Region Championship, and had a final goal tally of 113-6, and were ranked #1 in the state. Entering 2024, Stille's overall W-L record in coaching is 35-12-1 at TFS and 63-45-10 in his career.

2020 1-1 *COVID-Interrupted  Season*
2021 8-5 State Rnd 1
2022 10-5-1 State Rnd 1
2023 16-1 State Sweet 16, Region Champions, #1 State Ranking
TOT 35-12-1 3 State Playoffs, 1 Region Title, 1 State-Ranked Team