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Grayson basketball players sign with colleges

* Grayson honored three seniors who will play college basketball with a ceremony on Thursday.

Andrew Osemhen signed with Kennesaw State while girls players Taren White (Gulf Coast Community College) and Anela Durmic (Brenau) also have committed to college programs.

Osemhen averaged 12 points, 9.3 rebounds and 2.6 blocks for the Grayson boys. White was the county's top scorer (21.2) and averaged 3.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists. Durmic averaged 12.2 points, 2.5 assists and 2.1 rebounds.

Central's Bruce, Fields picks colleges

* Central Gwinnett seniors Ryan Bruce and Anthony Fields, who led the Black Knights to the state playoffs this past season, have made commitments to college baseball programs.

Bruce, the son of Tony and Leslie Bruce, is headed to Tennessee Temple. A three-year starter in the middle infield, he hit .358 as a senior and was a second team all-county selection.

Fields, the son of Lisa and David Fields, is headed to Andrew College in Cuthbert. He started three seasons for the Black Knights at third base.

Five college-bound Brookwood swimmers honored

* Brookwood honored five swimmers who have signed with college programs at a ceremony this week.

The college-bound Broncos are Anna Springer (Gardner-Webb), Alma Lopez (St. Peters College, N.J.), Andrew Beumer (Berry College), Thomas Nguyen (Florida Southern) and Conor Sweeney (Georgia).

Under-14 teams to play Sunday at Coolray Field

* Four local under-14 baseball teams will play Greater Gwinnett Baseball League tournament semifinal games at the Gwinnett Braves' Coolray Field on Sunday. Admission to the games is free.

The 2 p.m. game will feature Collins Hill and Lilburn and the 4:30 p.m. game is between Buford and Brookwood.