Trailing 28-0 early in the third quarter, South Gwinnett got the spark it needed. It only lasted an instant.
When the umpire singled safe, Christian Bethancourt went from running around the bases to running toward the outfield.
A popular Gwinnett Lacrosse League program has its older players working with the next generation in the sport
Greater Atlanta Christian’s boys basketball team has leaned on Garrett Covington for lots of leadership this season
A confusing play and foul call in the final second kept Wesleyan's girls basketball team from a win over Holy Innocents' in the 6-AA title game
Greater Atlanta Christian's boys basketball team fell to top-ranked Pace Academy in the Region 6-AA Tournament finals Friday night
Wrinkles in Wolves' offense spark scoring surge
Wrinkles in Wolves’ offense spark scoring surge in state title win over St. Pius
Archer quarterback Gabe Tiller led the Tigers to their first state championship game with a 52-7 win over Etowah
Grayson fell short in the Class AAAAAA second round Friday night against Tucker
Wesleyan made a fierce comeback Friday night at Heard County, but fell just short in the Class AA first round
Spartans hang on in clash of 6-AA unbeatens
The win propels the Spartans into a showdown next week against defending state champion Lovett.
Before Friday’s game against BEST Academy, Wesleyan head coach Franklin Pridgen said he was excited for his defense.
Greater Atlanta Christian posted a region victory on the road Friday night
Georgia commitment Justin Young had four sacks and the Grayson defense stood tall in a win over Parkview
Central Gwinnett emerged from a wild finish with a huge region win over South Gwinnett
Black Knights’ junior gets 200 yards receiving, scores two TDs in victory.
New Parkview assistant football coach Tyler Aurandt’s hire at Lilburn brought back special memories for his parents
Parkview grad Eric Godfree is entering his first season as the replacement for his former high school coach and former boss, Cecil Flowe
A rising Norcross senior and University of Georgia women’s golf commitment, Tardy first had to find a course to give the attempt another shot.
Georgia Gwinnett College baseball player Jo Jo Cruz, a Grayson grad, was selected to head up the Grizzlies’ first Student Athlete Advisory Committee
Mill Creek places two in top 8 in boys pole vault
A look at news and notes from field day at the Georgia boys state track meet
Gwinnett allows four runs with two outs in ninth, losing 7-3 to Buffalo
Gwinnett Braves fall in first of four against Lehigh Valley
Bob Basher is the head boys lacrosse coach at Peachtree Ridge. Basher came to Peachtree Ridge as the school was getting started and was a member of the school’s state-championship winning football staff and from there began developing its lacrosse program.Basher played college lacrosse at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island and moved to Atlanta not long after college on a whim. He talks about that as well as coaching his son and cold New England weather with staff writer Ben Beitzel in this installment of “Getting to Know…”
First playoff trip for the Blue Devils since 2007
Buford graduate using softball to do good beyond the field
Dacula senior class trades in own accolades for team success
Twins eskew other sports to blaze trail in growing sport
Centerfielder hits first grand slam in Gwinnett Braves win over Charlotte
Play won’t begin until 11 a.m. on Saturday
Two-time BellSouth runner-up three back of the lead
Mark Wiebe and D.A. Weibring pulled out of the Champions Tour event at TPC Sugarloaf.
Cold and damp day at Sugarloaf
Kenny Perry is healthy and playing well again at Sugarloaf
First nine key for Champions Tour first-timer
Greater Gwinnett Championship tees off Friday at TPC Sugarloaf
Junior picks SEC school early and hopes to focus on senior season
Parkview graduate Chris Leone is an assistant girls soccer coach at Brookwood. The former college soccer player at Piedmont College, teaches part time at the Lilburn school and has been a coach there longer than he taught.In this installment of “Getting to Know…” staff writer Ben Beitzel talks with Leone about ending up at Brookwood as a coach, his deep love of soccer and what he thought about the move “Noah.”
Soccer is the bond of the Coxheads, not their definition
Gwinnett pounds out season-high 21 hits to end home stand with a win
Son Steven plays golf for Peachtree Ridge while father, John, coaches golf at North Gwinnett
Former Masters winner will follow Augusta with appearance at TPC Sugarloaf
Germany native looking for repeat at Greater Gwinnett Championship
Plenty of highlights in first Greater Gwinnett Championship
Durham closes door with big eighth inning in G-Braves home opener
G-Braves open their home season with solid crowd
Austin Rhodes is the corporate partnerships manager for the Gwinnett Braves. A graduate of Marist High School and native of Dunwoody, Rhodes joined the G-Braves in November 2013 after working as the senior account executive in sports marketing at the University of Mississippi.Recently married, Rhodes talks with staff writer Ben Beitzel about what he learned working in college football, his plans for the top of his wedding cake and the two Ole Miss alumni chat too much about their former school in this installment of “Getting to Know…”
Panthers shooters head to Columbus this weekend