By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Buford High's Tony Wolfe steps down as softball coach, will remain as athletics director
Tony Wolfe
Buford softball coach Tony Wolfe talks with a player and umpire during a game in Buford. Photo by David McGregor

On Wednesday, The Buford School System announced through a press release that longtime head softball coach Tony Wolfe was resigning from his post, but would remain on as Buford’s athletics director. 

In charge of the program from 2007-2020, Wolfe guided the Lady Wolves to 10 straight state championships (2007-2016) and 11 region titles (2008-2020). As softball coach, Wolfe posted 429 victories and a 95-7 mark in region contests. 

His successor is 14-year assistant coach Trent Adams, who Wolfe said will provide a “seemless transition to continued excellence.”

Wolfe, a Gainesville High graduate, was also the Wolves’ baseball coach from 1996-2007 where they won state championships in 2011 and 2015, along with finishing runner-up in 2016. His final mark was 441-192 in baseball with eight region championships. 

Regional events