June 15, 2011
Photo by Brandon Brigman
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Kelly Rexroad-Williams and her husband, Caleb Williams, who run Peak Performance Weightlifting in Buford, are fortunate enough to have both. In their world, it's a requirement.
In a healthy marriage, supporting one another is necessary. Spotting your spouse in weightlifting is optional.
Gwinnett County golf fans got spoiled for a few years there. With an annual PGA Tour stop held at the TPC at Sugarloaf in Duluth from 1997 to 2008, it was a given that once a year we'd get to see some of the world's top professional golfers.
But the simple decision isn't always the right one. He passed on signing the contract.
Local baseball fans tuning in Tuesday night had more local interest than usual because of the Class AAA Gwinnett Braves' pipeline to the majors.
But with Mark Karen, it literally will take more than one. It will take three.
It’s probably an overused saying with departing employees that “it will take more than one person to replace you.”
The Gwinnett County area doesn't lack for avid Georgia Southern football fans, something I'm reminded of when Daily Post subscribers send me messages for more coverage of their team.
The Gwinnett County area doesn’t lack for avid Georgia Southern football fans, something I’m reminded of when Daily Post subscribers send me messages for more coverage of their team.
The scene replays every Thursday night, much like it has since the Gwinnett County Swim League was founded in 1973. Thousands of local youngsters crowd around neighborhood pools, competing in races and bonding with their friends.
The scene replays every Thursday night, much like it has since the Gwinnett County Swim League was founded in 1973.
Believe it or not, he has a name. It’s Leonard Howard, not that he frequently goes by Leonard or Coach Howard around the Brookwood High School campus.
Heath Hinton, up early for Georgia Tech's finals anyway, knew his first mission was finding a newspaper. That was in December 1996, before everyone walked around with Internet in their hands.
As a young reporter back in 1997, one of my early assignments was to report on a high school baseball game involving Duluth. It was my ninth day on the job, so I got a briefing on the Wildcats before I left.
Step inside The Lodge at Brookwood and the wall is covered with photos of the football program's college players since the school opened in 1981.
Step inside The Lodge at Brookwood and the wall is covered with photos of the football program’s college players since the school opened in 1981.
To a lesser degree than her family and friends I’m sure, my heart hurt for Rachel Sackett last week. It still does.
Like his older brother Tommy, Philip Jones had thoughts over the years that he may try something other than coaching high school football.
Those close to George Handley will tell you there is only one thing he loved more than his family — baseball.
The inaugural all-county diving team appears in this edition of the Daily Post, which I know Bettie Hudson appreciates greatly.
As the state high school basketball tournament has bounced around from venue to venue over the past 15 years, the portion that has been one of the most stable is here in Gwinnett.
Each path had its lure.
Tommy and Julie Phillips will cheer on a winner in the first round of the state basketball tournament. Unfortunately, they also will root for a loser.
Shock was the reaction through the Gwinnett basketball community as news of Tuesday night’s Archer boys upset of top-seeded South Gwinnett traveled through area cell phones.
Back in 2009, North Gwinnett’s annual holiday basketball tournament lost its title sponsor and a large chunk of its funding until Jared Cook stepped in.
A California native who has spent most of his high school coaching career in Florida, Tim Cokely has done a pretty good job of avoiding cold weather. He couldn’t escape it this week, though.
ATLANTA — In a county blessed with such great Class AAAAA football, what happens up at Buford High School isn’t fully appreciated by the masses.