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Former pro basketball player and Brookwood hoops parent Bob Kauffman remembered for his larger than life personna
LAWRENCEVILLE — With a pair of acclimation practices under its belt, the Discover High School football team is just days away from its first full-pads practice of the fall.
LAWRENCEVILLE – With the three teams ahead of them in the International League’s South Division having winning records, the Gwinnett Braves spent 99 consecutive days in last place.
LAWRENCEVILLE — With Manny Banuelos going on the Atlanta disabled list because of elbow inflammation, the Braves need a starting pitcher for tonight’s game in Baltimore.
BALTIMORE — Chris Davis homered twice and drove in five runs — all in the first two innings — as the Baltimore Orioles extended their winning streak to four games with a 7-3 victory over the Atlanta Braves in an interleague match-up Tuesday night.
MEXICO CITY — Mexico coach Miguel Herrera was fired on Tuesday, a day after he allegedly punched a reporter who had criticized his team’s Copa America and Gold Cup performance.
Kyle Busch might have watched the Daytona 500 from a hospital bed, but on Sunday he won NASCAR’s summertime crown jewel at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
A pair of North Gwinnett seniors have made their college decisions.
Central Gwinnett senior Hasan Krigger finished fourth in the Asics Freestyle Junior Nationals wrestling tournament last week.
Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in “Deflategate” was upheld by National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Gwinnett Braves won a game against Charlotte on Friday night despite having their bench reduced to one position player and using a couple others in unusual spots.
UNCASVILLE, Conn. — Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx scored 10 of her team’s final 12 points to finish with a game-high 30 and lead the Western Conference to a 117-112 victory over the Eastern Conference in the 2015 WNBA All-Star Game on Saturday at Mohegan Sun Arena.
ST. LOUIS — Shelby Miller’s luckless string continued Saturday night for the Atlanta Braves, as did Carlos Martinez’s breakout season for the St. Louis Cardinals.
INDIANAPOLIS — With a relentless charge that forced Ryan Blaney into a mistake on the final lap, Kyle Busch grabbed the lead with a half-lap left at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and took the checkered flag in Saturday’s Lilly Diabetes 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race.
Parkveiw senior wide receiver Tyler Fleetwood verbally committed to Miami University (Ohio) late Thursday night.
INDIANAPOLIS — If Toyota and Ford are to break the Chevrolet stranglehold on Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the two manufacturers took a positive step in that direction during NASCAR Sprint Cup Series time trials on Saturday.
Parker Runnels, a 2015 Hebron Christian grad, recently signed with the Emmanuel College baseball program
Complete Skills Academy’s seventh grade travel girls basketball team recently won the YBOA Division I national championship in the seventh-grade division
David Hearn, trying to become the first Canadian to win the RBC Canadian Open in 61 years, shot a 4-under-par 68 on Saturday and took a two-stroke lead over Bubba Watson and Jason Day of Australia after three rounds at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario.
St. Simons Island — Duluth’s Leiko Niwano tied for second-place in the girls divsion of the Davis Love III Junior Open on Thursday at the Sea island Golf Club.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Less than one-half of one percent of all Major League Baseball players are elected to the Hall of Fame, which means that every inductee has already overcome long odds.
Pairing up with an old friend, Caroline Price earned a nice victory in the early stages of her professional tennis career.
CHESTER, Penn. — Panama goalkeeper Luis Mejia made three consecutive saves during a penalty shootout for his team to stun the United States 2-1 and secure third place at the CONCACAF Gold Cup on Saturday in Chester, Pennsylvania.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Williams Perez will make his third rehab start for Gwinnett today against Charlotte, with one more likely before the rookie returns to the Atlanta rotation.
The Gwinnett Braves have had to make nearly 150 player moves this season, but previously they had all come before or after games. That wasn’t the case Friday night.
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- Bob Kauffman remembered for 'larger than life' presence around Brookwood hoops community
- Central Gwinnett's Krigger finishes fourth at national wrestling tournament
- North Gwinnett pair commits to play college football
- Excitement building for Discovery football
- Parkview wideout Tyler Fleetwood commits to Miami University (Ohio)
- Hebron Christian's Runnels signs with Emmanuel College baseball
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- Duluth's Niwano ties for second in AJGA event
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- G-Braves win fifth in a row by beating Durham 9-3
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- Foltynewicz gets call to fill in for Banuelos
- G-Braves sign first baseman Lennerton
- Jenkins allows two hits over eight innings in G-Braves shutout
- Wieters walk-off homer beats the Braves in the 11th
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