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Brookwood, Buford get top spots in poll

Defending state champions Brookwood and Buford were ranked first in their classification in the first Associated Press prep football rankings released Tuesday.

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Grayson-North meet in playoff rematch

High school football fans don't have to wait until the second round of the state playoffs to see two of the county's top programs on the same field.

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Grayson-North meet in playoff rematch

High school football fans don’t have to wait until the second round of the state playoffs to see two of the county’s top programs on the same field.

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Corky Kell tickets on sale

Tickets to the Aug. 20 Corky Kell Classic at the Georgia Dome are now on sale at the participating Gwinnett County high schools -- Brookwood, Grayson, North Gwinnett and Peachtree Ridge.

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Locals power Ravens to IWFL title

Gwinnett County residents Dana Marsal and Tammy Nelson each had a hand in a pair of touchdowns to help the Atlanta Ravens to the Independent Women's Football League championship Saturday.

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Zimmerman named preseason All-ACC

Brookwood grad Dawson Zimmerman, a senior punter at Clemson, was voted to the preseason All-ACC football team by the league's media.

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Zimmerman named preseason All-ACC

Brookwood grad Dawson Zimmerman, a senior punter at Clemson, was voted to the preseason All-ACC football team by the league’s media.

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Herbstreit: Richt under most pressure

Kirk Herbstreit, Tony Barnhart and John Saunders were three of six nationally recognized college football analysts to speak in a roundtable luncheon hosted by the Atlanta Sports Council on Wednesday in Atlanta that focused most of its 60 minutes on national issues surrounding the sport.

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Herbstreit: Richt under most pressure

ATLANTA — Perhaps the silence backed up the statement.

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Grayson joins North at national 7-on-7 tourney

North Gwinnett is making a return trip the to the National Select 7-on-7 championship. That's no shocker. The surprise comes from the local team that will join them in Hoover, Ala., for the three-day tournament that begins on July 21.

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Grayson joins North at national 7-on-7 tourney

North Gwinnett is making a return trip the to the National Select 7-on-7 championship.

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Buford's Curry transfers from Auburn to Delaware

Buford grad Jessel Curry, who played sparingly as a true freshman last season at Auburn, has enrolled at Delaware, where he will be eligible to play immediately.

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Buford's Curry transfers from Auburn to Delaware

Buford grad Jessel Curry, who played sparingly as a true freshman last season at Auburn, has enrolled at Delaware, where he will be eligible to play immediately.

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Trio of Gwinnett teams to play in Great American Football Classic

Greater Atlanta Christian is returning to the Georgia Dome for high school football, while Central and South Gwinnett are making their first appearance in the Dome.

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Valdosta State football camp coming to Collins Hill

The Valdosta State football traveling mini-camp will make an appearance July 23 at Collins Hill High School.

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Touchdown Club announces speaker lineup

The Touchdown Club of Atlanta announced its lineup of guest speakers for its fall banquets this week, including Georgia Tech head football coach Paul Johnson at the Oct. 31 luncheon.

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Locals playing in Georgia-Florida showcase

A large crop of local middle-school football players will represent Georgia in Saturday's 2011 Future Stars Game, which pits the top sixth- to eighth-graders from the state against Florida's top middle-schoolers.

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Strength in fourth key for Bulldogs

Will change come to Georgia's football program? The kind of change that's full of resurrection, and a throwback to the past -- a blast back to the future. If it comes, Mark Richt knows when and where he will see it.

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Bucs DB brings camp to Gwinnett

Larry Asante has found Gwinnett County to be an ideal base for his inaugural Faith and Football Camp, a three-day event that offers young players guidance from NFL players in both football and Christianity.

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Former Parkview player picks South Carolina

Stephenson defensive back Kyle Fleetwood committed to the University of South Carolina's football program over the weekend.

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Registration ends this weekend for North Metro flag football

North Metro First Baptist Church’s inaugural summer flag football season will accept registration through Saturday, although online registration ends today. Boys and girls ages 5-17 can still sign up in person Saturday at the evaluation scrimmage/draft.

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Free football camp for local players

National Football Academies (NFA) will host a free football camp June 9-11 at Hillgrove High School in Cobb County for the first 40 youngsters who sign up. The camp, for ages 6-11, is from 2 to 4 p.m.

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Broncos' Rinehart signs with Central Alabama

Brookwood senior baseball player Zac Rinehart has signed a letter of intent with Central Alabama. He is the son of Jerry and Kelly Rinehart.

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Gwinnett Heat wins another Adapted Sports title

Adapted sports competitions aren’t for the faint of heart. The sports are tiring and the play can get rough.

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Heisman winner back for Hall induction

Gwinnett County’s record-book performances and athletic superlatives have taken a beating over the last 15 years, buckling as massive population growth fueled an abundance of high-level athletes.

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'Bama-Auburn rivalry spills into draft

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- That nasty Alabama-Auburn rivalry is spilling over into the NFL draft. The in-state rivals, who have divvied up the last two national titles and Heisman Trophies, figure to have a heavy presence in the top 10 Thursday night -- and, possibly, in the top two.

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Gwinnett Heat games set for Saturday

The Gwinnett Heat adapted sports football team, made up of Gwinnett County Public Schools students, plays its final two regular-season games Saturday at the Monarch School in Duluth. The team takes a 2-2 record into its Saturday matchups, a 12:30 p.m. game vs. the DeKalb Silver Streaks and a 4:30 p.m. game vs. the Atlanta Wolfpack.

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