Monday, January 11, 2010
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Gladiators take two of three from Stingrays
* The Gwinnett Gladiators defeated ECHL-leading South Carolina 6-2 on Sunday in North Charleston, S.C., taking two of three from the Stingrays over the weekend.
Gwinnett lost 4-3 Friday at home, but bounced back the next day with a 6-5 overtime win. In Sunday's finale, Matt Siddall and Aaron Brocklehurst scored two goals each while Adam Berti and Tim Miller added a goal each. Goalie Danny Taylor made 37 saves for the Gladiators, who went 3-for-5 on the power play Sunday.
North's Anderson commits to TCC
* North Gwinnett's Alexis Anderson has made a commitment to play fastpitch softball at Tallahassee Community College. She is the daughter of Jennifer Anderson and the late Sean Anderson.
Anderson was a three-year starter for North, earning all-county and all-region honors her final two seasons.
Broncos to raise funds for cancer research tonight
* The Brookwood girls basketball team will play tonight's home basketball game against Shiloh in honor of breast cancer survivors and those who have died from the illness.
The event, part of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's Pink Zone initiative, will include opportunities to donate to Relay For Life throughout the night. The varsity girls game begins at 6 p.m. with the boys game to follow.
Bulldogs move hall of fame ceremony to Feb. 5
* The North Gwinnett Athletics Hall of Fame induction slated for last weekend has been moved to Feb. 5. The event was postponed because of a weather-related cancellation.
The ceremony will be held between the Feb. 5 varsity games vs. North Forsyth. The girls game begins at 7 p.m.