Emma Carlson scored a goal and had an assist in No. 1 ranked Parkview’s 2-0 win over No. 6 Collins Hill on Tuesday.
Archer assistant wrestling coach Kyle McKee accepted the head wrestling job at North Gwinnett.
After building North Gwinnett’s wrestling team into a Gwinnett County power, head coach Phil Daniel announced his resignation on Thursday.
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Central Gwinnett linebacker Adonis Thomas will play in the Under Armour All-American football game.
Shiloh’s Grant Swinton has become one of the nation’s elite runners.
Archer had five state championship as it rolled to back-to-back Class AAAAAA state championships.
Collins Hill’s Sean Russell and Ryan Millhof finished their high school career with state titles
The Tigers advanced nine wrestlers to the Class AAAAAA state semifinals at Chattahoochee High School.
Archer’s wrestling team has put together a pretty good resume this season to stake its claim as the best team ever from Georgia.
According to recruiting web site 247Sports.com, Alvin Kamara has decided to enroll at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas.
The Wolves rolled to a 56-29 over Dawson County win to defend their region title.
A year after tearing his ACL, Parkview’s Kamaal Shakur is fully recovered and has become one of the state’s dominant wrestlers.
Buford got 17 points from Bree Horrocks and Camille Anderson added 15 as Buford rolled to a 53-21 victory over No. 7 seed East Hall in the title game.
The Wolves used a 47-40 win over Dawson County on Monday to reach the Region 7-AAA championship game for the second straight season.
Buford held off White County in the fourth quarter to win 63-55 in a boys basketball matchup
The GHSA selected Buford as one of the locations for the traditional state wrestling tournament.
Buford’s boys and girls basketball teams won first-round games in the Region 7-AAA tournament on Saturday.
Gwinnett County will have the state’s No. 1 recruit again with the 2015 class, but it will be on the other side of the line.
M.J. Couzan has become one of the state’s dominant wrestlers. He hasn’t lost a match to a Georgia opponent in two years, winning the Class AAAAAA state championship last season.
The tradtional state wrestling tournament was moved to Feb. 21-22.
The winter weather conditions heading to Georgia this week forced the GHSA to move the tournament to Friday and Saturday.
Brianna Gantt, Nick Lulkowski, Grant Simonds and David Anderson were selected to the training camp in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Wesleyan’s Patrick Ryan won the 285-pound area championship on Saturday, beating the top three seeded wrestlers in his weight class.
Sooners land big offensive tackle who had been a longtime Tennessee commitment
Blue Devils send 26 players to the college level in football, including seven who are bound for Division I-BCS programs
Noil was previously committed to Maryland as a defensive back
Versatile offensive threat stays within the city, but changes college decision
Norcross defensive end pays respects to military, his grandparents
Norcross receiver Myles Autry made his college decision official on Wednesday in the school's theatre.
Norcross defensive end Lorenzo Carter, the state's No. 1 college recruit, signed with Georgia on Wednesday.
Tandem quarterbacks Taylor Mitchell and Montgomery VanGorder headed to different programs, as are Buford brothers Thomas and Terrance Wilson
Buford quarterback Montgomery VanGorder will play his college football at Notre Dame, where his father Brian VanGorder was hired recently as defensive coordinator
Buford linebacker Korie Rogers committed to Clemson football in May and didn't waver despite continued interest from other colleges
Wolves celebrate second-largest National Signing Day class in high school's long, storied history
Caleb Scott’s father was a legend at Vanderbilt in the early 80s. The North Gwinnett receiver will get a chance to make a name for himself with the SEC school.
Duluth’s J.P. Portillo has been focused on returning to the state meet. He’s no longer looking to just reach the final heat, he wants to win it all.
Collins Hill linebacker Jonathan Thomas committed to Syracuse.
Brookwood running back Josh Brown and Archer defensive back John Gillis committed to Navy over the weekend.
This Sunday Dewayne Cherrington will be on the biggest stage in sports with the Seattle Seahawks at Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey.
Wrestlers will try to qualify for next week’s state sectional on just two days practice.
Buford football player Blake Ferguson was given the Chris Rubio national long snapper of the year award on Friday in Las Vegas.
Brookwood’s Lauren Brennan committed to the University of Georgia’s cross country/track and field program.
Grayson’s Quanterus Smith was placed on injured reserve with the team this season, meaning he’s had to watch as his teammates make a run to Super Bowl XLVIII.
The third annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes coaches soccer clinic will be on Feb. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Georgia Gwinnett College.
Less than two weeks before National Signing Day, Norcross’ Kevin Mouhon had a change of heart with his college decision.
Parkview claimed the Battle of Five Forks trophy last Wednesday with a narrow 39-36 win over rival Brookwood.
Loganville head coach Eric Godfree, a 1994 Parkview grad, was accepted the Parkview football head coaching job.
On a team with just three seniors and a lineup filled with underclassmen, North Gwinnett’s Hunter Franklin has been a leader for the program on and off the mat.