Duluth's White commits to Georgia Tech
* Duluth senior Hailey White has made a commitment to swim for Georgia Tech. She is the daughter of Deanne and Bradley White.
White, a four-time All-American, holds school records in the 100 and 200 freestyle and has the Wildcats' second-fastest time in the 50 free, 500 free and 100 backstroke. She had a 41-3 career record in dual meets and finished in the top three at the county meet in seven of her eight career races. She also finished in the top eight at state in all eight of her career races, finishing third in the 500 free twice and third in the 200 free once.
White, a team captain as a senior, maintains a 3.65 GPA. She also competes for SwimAtlanta and the Thunderbolts summer league team.
Mill Creek's Jackson to sign with Benedict
* Mill Creek senior Ashley Jackson will sign a letter of intent today to play volleyball for Benedict College (S.C.). She is the daughter of Pat and Rachel Jackson.
Jackson was an all-county and all-region selection as a senior setter. She had 785 assists (10.1 per game) and also averaged 1.83 digs per game. Her signing ceremony will at 2:30 p.m. in the Hawks' media center.
Taste of Archer fundraiser to be held May 1
* Archer High School's basketball and football programs will host the inaugural Taste of Archer at the high school on May 1.
The event is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features food from 20 Archer area restaurants, as well as music and vendor tables. The Archer soccer program also will host a silent auction with sports and music memorabilia.
Admission is $10 and all proceeds benefit the Tigers' basketball and football programs.
Reds add Morgan as special adviser
* CINCINNATI -- Hall of Fame second baseman Joe Morgan has rejoined the Cincinnati Reds as a special adviser for baseball operations.
Morgan is the latest former Reds star to work with the ballclub. Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench has been a special consultant, and Eric Davis and Mario Soto work with current players as special assistants.
Ken Griffey Sr. also has been a special assistant in the player development department.
Morgan was a key component on the Big Red Machine teams that won World Series in 1975-76. After retirement, he became an analyst for ESPN baseball telecasts.
Ex-NFL star arrested for alleged DUI
* LOS ANGELES -- Former NFL running back Corey Dillon was arrested Wednesday for investigation of driving under the influence in Southern California, deputies said.
Dillon, 35, driving a red, 2010 Chevrolet Camaro with paper license plates, was stopped shortly before 4 a.m. on Mulholland Drive near Malibu after two deputies noticed a car driving slowly behind them, sheriff's Lt. Richard Erickson said.
The deputies stopped Dillon to verify the paper plates, authorities said.
''Dillon displayed multiple symptoms of being under the influence, and he admitted to having been drinking earlier in the evening,'' Erickson said.
Dillon was later released on a citation to appear in court in Malibu on June 21, Erickson said. A passenger in the car was not cited.
Dillon played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1997 to 2003 and the New England Patriots from 2004 to 2006, earning a Super Bowl ring in his first season with the Patriots.
Settlement appears likely in lawsuit vs. Bush
* SAN DIEGO -- It appears Reggie Bush has reached an out-of-court settlement with a fledgling sports marketer who is trying to recoup nearly $300,000 in cash and gifts the star running back and his family allegedly accepted while he was playing at the University of Southern California.
A settlement could stymie the NCAA and Pacific-10 Conference in their investigations of whether Bush and his parents took improper benefits. Bush has not met with NCAA and Pac-10 investigators, and has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.