A school-by-school look at Gwinnett’s cross country teams.
Mill Creek’s Tyler Woodrome is the top returning finisher from the cross country state meet.
The 15th annual Bulldog Dash, which is hosted by North Gwinnett High School, will be a Peachtree Road Race qualifier.
Tight end Emmanuel Aka and linebacker Jaquan Frazier committed to the Eagles, joining offensive lineman Ryan Northrup.
South Gwinnett offensive lineman Dennis Edwards committed to Western Kentucky.
Anthony Flatt received a prestigious award from USA Wrestling and a week later his son Adam placed second at a national tournament.
Rally 4 Wrestling is a four-day event at the The Cooler in Alpharetta that brings together some of the sports biggest stars to promote the Keep Olympic Wrestling movement.
The Dennis McCormick road race, now in its 17th year, is the only fundraiser for the Eagles cross country and track teams, making it vital for the program each school year.
The Atlanta Falcons’ offensive line will be protecting the NFL’s second-highest paid player.
Robinson goes from player to coach at Georgia
Robinson’s playing days are over, but now he’s taking on the next endeavor of his life as a college football coach.
Punter more comfortable, confident in second NFL season
University of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt will be one of the guest speakers at UGA Day in Gwinnett County on Monday.
Parkview coach Chan Brown left July 25 for Barranquilla, Columbia to coach in the COPE Pan Am Games.
Providence will begin the third year of its football program this fall.
Max Hennebaul will compete in the Quarter Midgets of America Eastern Grands this week.
Brookwood grad returns closer to roots for new coaching job
Offensive lineman Ryan Northrup committed to Georgia Southern on Thursday while on a visit to the Statesboro school.
In this latest installment of “Getting To Know …,” Kaf Herring talks to staff writer Brandon Brigman about his gym, being a Gamecock in Bulldog country and his unique name.
Former Grayson defensive coordinator Robert Andrews has been hired to handle the defense at North. He replaces Mo Dixon, who took the defensive coordinator job at national power Byrnes in South Carolina.
Nicholas Kim, a rising junior on the defending state champion's football team, died after a long battle with a rare form of cancer.
A group of former Gwinnett County basketball standouts are playing together on a summer league team.
Team BELIEF is an organization that's a faith-based company that allows current and former college basketball players the ability hone their skills.
Gwinnett County grads David Greene and Jon and Matt Stinchcomb will host Countdown To Kickoff, a charity event for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Transplant Foundation.
Collins Hill grad Wes Turner is entering his second year as an assistant football coach at Alcorn State University.
Not one team returns a 1,000-yard rusher this fall, opening the door for some new star running backs.
Brookwood's Joey McLane and Grayson's Hunter Schuessler are trying to live up to the high standards set by their older brothers.
Berkmar's JaQuan Morris threw for nearly 2,000 yards in his first year as quarterback.
Mill Creek's DeVozea Gaines is taking on the offensive leadership role this year.
Norcross tight end Chris Herndon committed to Miami over Mississippi State and UNC-Charlotte.
Former Auburn swimmer Karl Krug has trained in Gwinnett the last six months to prepare for the USA Swimming World Championship trials.
Atlanta Falcons rookie cornerbacks Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford are being tested by two of the NFL's top receivers.
Collins Hill offensive lineman Christian Harris committed to Duke's fotball program.
Running back Steven Jackson has been picking up the Atlanta Falcons' offense during OTA's and minicamp.
There are 16 Gwinnett County football teams breaking in new quarterbacks this fall.
Mill Creek's Malayshia George won the Class AAAAAA state title in the high jump and 400-meter run.
Norcross' Casidy Callahan won the Class AAAAAA state title in the discus throw.
Mill Creek's Michael Cheeks won the 200-meter run to help the Hawks claim the Class AAAAAA state title.
Lanier's Devon Valentine won the Class AAAA state title in the triple jump to become the school's first state champ.
Archer was the top Gwinnett team at the Select 7on7 tournament.
Defending state champion Norcross is ranked No. 3 in the nation in MaxPreps' preseason poll.
There will be 18 teams at the North Gwinnett 7on7 regional qualifier this week at Gary Pirkle Park.
Norcross will play Florida's Booker T. Washington and South Gwinnett will face Lincoln in a doubleheader on ESPN in August.
With 16 starters back, Norcross is the heavy favorite to repeat as Class AAAAAA state champions.
Former Atlanta Falcon Kevin Shaffer is the new head football coach at Hebron Christian Academy.
Buford linebacker Korie Rogers committed to Clemson over Georgia, Florida and Auburn.
Brookwood's Colin Cotter was a rare three-sport athlete at a Class AAAAAA school.
Paul Callis, who led Shiloh's swim team to 18 consecutive state meet appearances, is stepping down as head coach.
The College Football Hall of Fame will open in downtown Atlanta in August 2014.
Collins Hill grad Amanda Winslow has become of the nation's top college runners at Florida State.
Greater Atlanta Christian will host the Atlanta Grand Prix, which will feature six Olympians.