Christine Troyke

Sports Reporter / Copy Editor

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Trio of golf’s greatest entertain at Sugarloaf

Golfing legends Ben Crenshaw, Larry Mize and Larry Nelson swapped stories for more than an hour — to the amusement and entertainment of those guests honored to have attended Wednesday.

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Gladiators offer up poor showing in penultimate game

Another lackluster start and the Gwinnett Gladiators were in a hole too big to climb out of against the free-falling Elmira Jackals.

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Lombardo remains important part of GGC baseball team after health concerns prohibit playing

On opening night, Angelo Lombardo was in the press box, cueing up walk-out music for his teammates. Dressed in the Georgia Gwinnett College green and white uniform, Lombardo never really sat down.

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Resurgent Gladiators focused on positives in final week of season

It’s a shame the Gwinnett Gladiators don’t play in the Western Conference, because they’re finally a team that could make some noise in the postseason.

Gladiators' Spivak leaves early to play for Israel

Stalwart defenseman headed overseas to play in World Championships

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Gladiators power past potent Greenville for 7-3 victory

The Gwinnett Gladiators scored four unanswered goals and steamrolled a formidable Greenville team in a 7-3 victory on Friday night.

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Gamarra twins play big roles for powerhouse Brookwood soccer teams

Senior central midfielders and twins Brahan and Fiorella Gamarra hope to finish their high school careers with state championships

Maloney hired as Brookwood head softball coach

Mill Creek assistant Jennifer Maloney replaces Bill Batchelor, who moved to the same position at Grayson after 13 seasons leading the Broncos.

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Gladiators stun Greenville with miraculous comeback

The feisty Gwinnett Gladiators managed to extricate themselves from what could have been a devastating start and beat Greenville 6-4 on Saturday.

Wesleyan wins 1-0 in shortened clash with Spartans

A numbing wind blew with unrelenting ferocity from left to right field for Part 1 in the Wesleyan-Greater Atlanta Christian season battle Tuesday.

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