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North's Hagan commits to Presbyterian

North Gwinnett senior shortstop has made a commitment to the Presbyterian College (S.C.) baseball program. He is the son of Donna and Jack Hagan.

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North football to be featured on Comcast show

North Gwinnett’s football fans will be featured on Comcast’s Bleachers on Demand TV show hosted by Q100’s Wendy Adams of The Bert Show. The show will capture video of Bulldog supporters at Saturday’s Corky Kell Classic game against McEachern.

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Bulldog Dash continues Suwanee tradition

The Bulldog Dash has become a popular annual event in local road racing circles.

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Bulldog Dash continues Suwanee tradition

John Rowland got his first taste of the Bulldog Dash road race last year.

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Rivals tabs North's CSS game as one of season's best

Rivals.com has selected the Aug. 27 football game between host North Gwinnett and East St. Louis (Ill.) as one of its top 25 high school football games of 2011.

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Rivals tabs North's CSS game as one of season's best

Rivals.com has selected the Aug. 27 football game between host North Gwinnett and East St. Louis (Ill.) as one of its top 25 high school football games of 2011.

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North unbeaten in 7-on-7 tournament

North was one of three teams to go 5-0 in pool play Thursday at Gary Pirkle Park.

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North hosts national passing tourney

That event, the North Gwinnett National Select 7-on-7 Qualifier, is Thursday and Friday at Sugar Hill's Gary Pirkle Park, which will host 24 top teams battling for a spot in the upcoming national championships.

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North's Aker headed to Darton

North Gwinnett's Michael Aker has accepted an offer to play college baseball at Darton College in Albany.

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North's Aker headed to Darton

North Gwinnett’s Michael Aker has accepted an offer to play college baseball at Darton College in Albany.

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North's Williams signs with Francis Marion

North Gwinnett senior Clayton Williams signed a letter of intent with the Francis Marion University (S.C.) men’s basketball program.

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North forces Game 3

WOODSTOCK — After dropping Game 1 to Etowah, North Gwinnett rallied in the sixth inning of Game 2 to come away with an 8-6 victory and earn a split in the first-round series in the Class AAAAA state baseball playoffs.

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North wins pitched battle to advance

WOODSTOCK — The third game of the first-round series between North Gwinnett and Etowah was a pitching duel between Brandon White and Connor Gilbert. However, Gilbert may have been on the mound too long.

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Freedman to sign with North Greenville

North Gwinnett senior Tori Freedman will sign a letter of intent Tuesday to play fastpitch softball at North Greenville University (S.C.). The ceremony will be at 2:30 p.m. in the high school’s media center.

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North to play in Georgia-Florida Challenge

As one of Georgia’s top football programs the last few years, North Gwinnett will get the chance to represent the state this fall in the new Georgia vs. Florida Gridiron Challenge.

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North's Barnes to swim for Daytona State

North Gwinnett senior Anna Barnes has accepted an offer to swim on scholarship at Daytona State College (Fla.). She is the daughter of Marcia and Jeff Barnes.

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North's Barnes to swim for Daytona State

North Gwinnett senior Anna Barnes has accepted an offer to swim on scholarship at Daytona State College (Fla.). She is the daughter of Marcia and Jeff Barnes.

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PREP ROUNDUP: North holds off Buford rally

BUFORD — North Gwinnett had a nine-run lead in baseball before it had to hold off a Buford rally to win 12-10 on Saturday.

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PREP ROUNDUP: Big 7th helps North put away Bears

LAWRENCEVILLE — An RBI single by Ryan Hagan was part of a four-run seventh inning that led North Gwinnett to a 6-1 win over Mountain View on Saturday.

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Late Edwards goal lifts North girls

Abbi Edwards' goal off a corner kick gave the ninth-ranked Bulldogs a critical 2-1 win over rival Peachtree Ridge.

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North's Overstreet signs with Lake Erie College

North Gwinnett senior Dayton Overstreet signed a letter of intent this week to play football for Lake Erie College (Ohio).

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North's Casino Night moved to Bear's Best

The North Gwinnett High School athletic program will host Casino Night, a fundraiser for the high school’s athletic equipment, on March 26 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at Bear’s Best, inside the Edinburgh subdivision.

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Brown, Heyward lead 7-AAAAA honors

North Gwinnett sophomore Lexie Brown and Peachtree Ridge senior Corey Heyward were selected as the Region 7-AAAAA players of the year in voting by the league’s basketball coaches.

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North Gwinnett to honor college-bound senior runners

North Gwinnett will host a signing party Thursday at 6 p.m. in the high school’s commons area to honor six senior runners who have signed with college cross country and track programs.

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Casino Night to benefit North athletics

The North Gwinnett High School athletic program will host Casino Night, a fundraiser for the high school’s athletic equipment, on March 26 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at Gold’s Gym in Suwanee.

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Wheeler too much for Bulldogs

MARIETTA — By the time North Gwinnett head coach Zach Smith had taken his first timeout — this game was in bad shape. His Bulldogs were already losing big to Wheeler 22-6 just 9:25 into the game.

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North recognizes boys soccer signees

North Gwinnett honored three boys soccer players who have signed with college programs with a ceremony on Tuesday evening.

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North soccer to honor signees

North Gwinnett will honor four senior girls who have signed with college soccer programs with a party Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the high school.

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North escapes Mustangs to make state

HOSCHTON — Meadowcreek was the boys basketball team no higher seed wanted to draw in the Region 7-AAAAA Tournament, not an easy out for any of the region leaders.

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