Hawkshead accepts scholarship from Shorter
* Kacey Hawkshead, a senior on Collins Hill's state championship softball team, has accepted a scholarship to Shorter College. She is the daughter of Richard and Cindi Hawkshead.
Hawkshead was 15-2 with a 0.78 ERA for the Eagles this season and had 92 strikeouts in 1042/3 innings pitched. She was a Daily Post first-team all-county selection and was also named to the all-state team.
Former South, UGA star Greene joins FCA Gwinnett board
* South Gwinnett grad David Greene, a record-breaking quarterback at Georgia, has joined the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Gwinnett's board of directors, FCA Gwinnett director Bill Dando announced Friday.
Greene, who led Georgia to the 2002 SEC title, held the NCAA record for most wins by a starting quarterback until it was broken this season by Texas' Colt McCoy.
"David is admired by so many and has such a great story," Dando said. "Gwinnett's coaches and athletes recognize him for his amazing football achievements, and now they can benefit from his spiritual influence and leadership."
Greene has settled back in Gwinnett since retiring from the NFL. He plans to work with local athletes in all sports, not just football, with FCA.
"The FCA values mirror my passion and that's why I'm excited to have a chance to make a difference in the county where I grew up," Greene said.
Area 7-AAAAA wrestling moved to Monday
* The Area 7-AAAAA wrestling championships planned for today have been postponed to Monday at Duluth High School. Gwinnett teams were approved to wrestle today, but the region's teams from outside the county weren't allowed to participate because of the inclement weather, forcing the switch to Monday.
Wrestling begins Monday at noon.
North Hall of Fame ceremony moved
* The North Gwinnett High School Athletics Hall of Fame ceremony, scheduled for this weekend, has been postponed because of weather-related basketball cancellations. The induction ceremony now will be Jan. 19 between the varsity games against Chattahoochee.