Bradley Roby did a lot of talking at the NFL combine and his on-field results made their own statement. Now it’s a wait-and-see game for the cornerback out of Ohio State.
The Norcross grad is doing all the things he couldn’t during his 12-year NFL career. He’s traveling, going hunting and driving his daughter to school.
After winning Game 1 with a clutch offensive play, Hebron turned a double play to end Providence’s chance at a rally in Game 2. The Lions sweep a taut opening series in the Class A playoffs.
Senior Jenny Allen’s goal 2:15 into the second half broke a scoreless tie and helped the No. 3 ranked Broncos to a 2-1 victory over Chattahoochee in the first round of the Class AAAAAA girls soccer playoffs.
Cassidy Littlefield leads the NAIA in at-bats per game and is among the top five in seven other categories, including hits per game (1.872), total hits (88), stolen bases (43) and triples (eight).
Few boys soccer programs in Georgia have been as successful for as long as Greater Atlanta Christian, which just finished the first unbeaten regular season in program history
North Gwinnett sophomore Christina Yang defended her Region 7-AAAAAA title Monday and did it with a significant addition to the field. Last year Yang didn’t have to beat Bailey Tardy.
Dacula’s girls picked a good time to have their best tournament. The Falcons were 13 strokes better than they were a year ago and walked away with the Region 8-AAAAAA golf title Tuesday at Summit Chase Country Club.
Mill Creek’s boys so dominated the field that they had a golfer in the top 10 whose score didn’t even count toward the team total.
Gwinnett resident since 1996 delivered a strong second round at the TPC at Sugarloaf
Miguel Angel Jimenez, leading at 9-under for the tournament, has a chance to become just the third wire-to-wire winner in his Champions Tour debut.
But the signing of goalie Mark Guggenberger and several trades near the deadline gave the Gladiators a boost at the end of the season. And a reason to be optimistic about next year despite missing the postseason for just the third time in team history.
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.
Another lackluster start and the Gwinnett Gladiators were in a hole too big to climb out of against the free-falling Elmira Jackals.
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.
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.
Stalwart defenseman headed overseas to play in World Championships
The Gwinnett Gladiators scored four unanswered goals and steamrolled a formidable Greenville team in a 7-3 victory on Friday night.
Senior central midfielders and twins Brahan and Fiorella Gamarra hope to finish their high school careers with state championships
Mill Creek assistant Jennifer Maloney replaces Bill Batchelor, who moved to the same position at Grayson after 13 seasons leading the Broncos.
The feisty Gwinnett Gladiators managed to extricate themselves from what could have been a devastating start and beat Greenville 6-4 on Saturday.
A numbing wind blew with unrelenting ferocity from left to right field for Part 1 in the Wesleyan-Greater Atlanta Christian season battle Tuesday.
Gwinnett, long a dominant force in state high school athletics, swept the club hockey championships this week. Mill Creek defeated Columbus 5-4 in an overtime rollercoaster ride in Division A and Peachtree Ridge repeated as the Division AA champ with a 4-2 win over Brookwood.
Linemates Marshall Everson, Brenden Walker and Casey Pierro-Zabotel combined for three of Gwinnett’s goals.
Rookie forward Marshall Everson is among the top scorers for the Gwinnett Gladiators this season and was red-hot in February with 10 points in 11 games.
On the eve of today’s ECHL trade deadline, the Gwinnett Gladiators dealt forward Evan Bloodoff and defenseman Rob Kwiet to Florid. In exchange, the Gladiators got forward Mike Merrifield, defenseman Eriks Sevcenko and future considerations from the Everblades.
Abby Gardner won the Class A-AAAAA diving title as a freshman this year. Which means she could match the record another Wesleyan diver, Lauren Hall, set in 2012. Hall won four straight state championships for the Wolves.
The top-ranked Spartans fought back to tie the game with 5:31 left in regulation and Ryan Marcano won it with 20 seconds remaining in overtime.
Wesleyan’s girls had only know the joy of victory. For the first time in seven years, the Wolves felt the sting of defeat.
Matt Mahony is the voice of Georgia Gwinnett College’s athletics, serving as the Grizzlies video and broadcast coordinator.
Five former players are on staff at Wesleyan. Nichole Dixon, Mary Stephenson and Carolyn Whitney are varsity assistants. Sara Goodkind and Sarah Prehmus help with the fifth- and sixth-grade teams.
Florida scored twice in the third, including the game-winner just 29 seconds after Joey Haddad’s tying goal, to beat the Gladiators 5-3 in front of 3,936 at the Arena at Gwinnett.
The Gwinnett Gladiators thrilled the 8,093 on hand Saturday to another comeback victory over division rival Florida, once again recovering from an early deficit.
Playing with their 12th goaltender of the season, one who arrived at the rink two hours before puck drop, the Gwinnett Gladiators made a miraculous third-period recovery to beat rival Florida 4-2 on Friday.
Gwinnett Gladiators forward Bobby Hughes was part of a five-player trade with Fort Wayne in December and has 15 points in 21 games here.
Geekspace Gwinnett has a physical home in Lawrenceville, loaded with all kinds of equipment and expert knowledge that wouldn’t be accessible to the average person.
Maxime Legault set up the Gladiators first two goals and the team remained perfect this season when leading after two periods.
Wesleyan swarmed the Calhoun Yellow Jackets with its patented full-court press and rolled into the quarterfinals of the Class AA state playoffs Monday.
South Carolina broke open a close game in the third period to win 5-2 and hand the Gwinnett Gladiators their sixth straight loss Sunday.
Despite the late January chill, the stands were full for Georgia Gwinnett College’s baseball season opener. However they warded off the weather — there was still snow on the hill behind the stands in right field — the fact that they were there en mass warmed athletic director Darin Wilson’s heart.
Reading steamed past the Gwinnett Gladiators in the second period and walked away with a 4-2 win Friday.Reading steamed past the Gwinnett Gladiators in the second period and walked away with a 4-2 win Friday.
The unbeaten Spartans (27-0) ignited in the second half and beat Westminster 60-34 on Monday.
Greater Atlanta Christian held Lovett to two points in the fourth quarter and won a tight basketball game 47-38 in the semifinals of the Region 6-AA tournament Monday.
The Wolves rode a dominant third quarter to a 67-52 win over Westminster in the Region 6-AA tournament semifinals Monday at Wesleyan’s Yancy Gymnasium.
The indefatigable Bri Williams has been Hembree’s starting point guard for four years and helped Norcross to two championships so far.
The Gwinnett Gladiators kept the biggest crowd of the season entertained from start to finish, edging in front of Orlando three times on Saturday.
Last year, the Gwinnett Gladiators collected 135, 30-gallon bags of stuffed toys at their annual Teddy Bear Toss Night. And one that was too big for a bag.
Chase Hodges isn’t hedging his bets. He’ll tell you, the goal of the Georgia Gwinnett College tennis teams is to win the national championship. This season.
The Gwinnett Gladiators haven’t had a lot of success this season against one division rival in particular. But on the back of two short-handed goals, the Gladiators beat Orlando in regulation for the first time Thursday night.
It might not have been pretty, but it was gritty and it was a win. Georgia Gwinnett College rallied to beat Shawnee State 11-6 on Friday, overcoming some opening-day jitters and showing it’s offense has teeth.