Bulldogs capitalize on a plethora of miscues by the defending state champions
A total of 10 Georgians get homecoming trip to their home state this Saturday
Following in the footsteps of his father, Jeff, Buford graduate Thor Merrow continues to live his dream, which included a long-overdue homecoming at the Atlanta Falcons' annual Friday Night Lights last week at Norcross High School.
SNELLVILLE — Northwest Whitfield began its Deep South Classic Tournament title defense with a dominant 79-40 victory over Providence on Tuesday night.
MARIETTA — In the second day of the Kell Holiday Tournament, Avonte’ Hall led all scorers with 26 points as Duluth defeated Cass 77-73 on Monday. Michael Randle added 17 points and Zane Cobb had 13 for the Wildcats (2-10, 0-2).
Last year's 1-9 season was not only uncharacteristic of the Greater Atlanta Christian School football program, but also uncharacteristic of a Spartan team led by one of the three Harber brothers. David Harber aims to turn things around immediately. The senior running back/defensive back will look to pick up where his older brothers Trey and Stephen left off and lead GAC back to the state playoffs and competing for a region championship this season.
Last year’s 1-9 season was not only uncharacteristic of the Greater Atlanta Christian School football program, but also uncharacteristic of a Spartan team led by one of the three Harber brothers.
Dirty Spokes Productions, a company that puts together mountain bike, trail running and duathlon races throughout the Southeast, will be hosting six trail running races starting this September as part of the 2010-11 XTERRA Georgia Trail Run Series.
Grayson's football team will have its third quarterback in as many seasons, making it one of the unknowns going into Saturday's season opener at the Corky Kell Classic.
Behind two touchdown passes each from senior C.J. Uzomah and junior Scott Hosch, North Gwinnett prevailed 28-15 in Saturday's scrimmage against Grayson.