Recap of Friday’s prep action.
Blue Devils playing their best on defense in the postseason
Recap of Tuesday’s prep action.
Carver vs. Buford in the third round of the Class AAA state football playoffs
Recap of Tuesday’s prep action.
Alexander vs. Lanier in the second round of the Class AAAA state football playoffs
North Gwinnett vs. Milton in the first round of the Class AAAAAA state football playoffs
In a season that Georgia has had to fight tooth and nail for every win, the Bulldogs were finally able to put one in cruise control.
Appalachian State running back and Dacula alum Marcus Cox has made quite an impression in his freshman season, coming into Saturday’s game with 857 yards on the ground with nine TDs.
Buford vs. North Hall high school football
Lanier vs. Lumpkin County high school football
Stephens County vs. Lanier high school football
Facing Johns Creek in the second round of the Class AAAAAA playoffs, North found itself in a 2-0 hole and couldn’t fight its way out of it.
Norcross vs. Etowah in state volleyball
The North Gwinnett bats collected 24 hits while the Bulldog pitchers surrendered just one run as North (25-4) swept Milton in two games (9-0 and 8-1) to open up the Class AAAAAA state playoffs.
A recap of Tuesday’s prep sports action.
Collins Hill improves to 4-0 for the first time since 2009
Meadowcreek no match for No. 1 North Gwinnett
Wolves dominate line of scrimmage for big road victory
Collins Hill vs. Central Gwinnett
With only five returning starters from last year’s 9-3 squad, South Gwinnett head coach John Small knew this season would begin with a young and largely inexperienced group.
Recap of Friday’s prep action
Recap of Tuesday’s prep action
Recap of Friday night’s prep action
A look at Thursday’s Gwinnett prep action
For seven innings, Gwinnett's Tuesday night game with Louisville was a pitcher's duel. But once the starters were gone, the offense for Louisville did what the G-Braves couldn't.
LILBURN -- Parkview girls head coach Judson Hamby spent the final minutes of Tuesday night's Class AAAAAA semifinal match holding his breath, thanks in part to the furious rally put together by South Forsyth.. But as it has all postseason, the Parkview defense made plays when it was challenged, helping
DACULA -- Hebron keeper Noah Blalock was barely tested on Friday night in the Lions' quarterfinal match of the Class A state playoffs at home against Fellowship Christian School.. But in the final seconds of overtime, Blalock was finally challenged by the Fellowship offense, and the Lions keeper came up
Comets can't follow up stunning upset of Lassiter with another postseason victory
HOSCHTON -- The persistent rain from the past weekend put Grayson and Roswell in a holding pattern, so much so that the field at Grayson was still unplayable on Tuesday.. That prompted a scramble to find a suitable venue, with the two teams finally lining up at Mill Creek on
Defending state champions survive three-game series with visiting Etowah
LILBURN -- With its back up against the wall, Parkview showed a resilience that head coach Chan Brown's group has shown so many times.. After dropping its opening Class AAAAAA playoff game 11-6, the Panthers were three outs away from elimination in Game 2, but rallied to put seven runs
After a six-year absence from postseason competition, Duluth boys soccer head coach Greg Tavani was hopeful that his team could make a big statement in this year's Class AAAAAA state playoffs.
SUWANEE -- North Gwinnett head coach Corban Cofer was happy about one thing after his girls faced ninth-ranked Lambert in the first round of the Class AAAAAA state playoffs on Tuesday night.. His team will have practice today, a reality that very nearly slipped away.. North squandered a two
For Collins Hill, the formula was simple -- win its regular-season finale at Mill Creek and the Eagles would earn a spot in the Class AAAAAA state playoffs as the fourth seed out of Region 7-AAAAAA.
SUWANEE -- Mill Creek girls head coach Brent Leitsch doesn't need someone to keep up with how many saves his keeper records during a match.. As a former keeper himself, he habitually keeps track of them in his head.. On Friday night, his keeper Rachel Allred gave him plenty to
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Gwinnett Braves continued their strong start to 2013 with a doubleheader sweep of Charlotte, beating the Knights 6-4 and 2-1 on Saturday night in front of 6,311 fans at Coolray Field.. The first game was a combination of pitching and hitting. Marietta native and starting pitcher David
LAWRENCEVILLE --Thursday's rainout meant that Gwinnett Braves fans had to wait one more day for the season opener, but as it turned out, the wait was worth it.. Tyler Pastornicky went 4-for-4, catcher Matt Pagnozzi delivered a big two-run single and Andrew Russell delivered two scoreless innings
LAWRENCEVILLE -- With rain, wind and a high barely topping 40 degrees on Thursday, the decision to postpone the Gwinnett Braves' season opener one more day may have been a bit painful, but the 24-hour delay was certainly worth the wait.. Under bluebird skies, a gentle breeze out toward
NORCROSS -- Despite posting a convincing 75-27 win over Bremen on Friday night in the second round of the Class AA state tournament, Wesleyan's girls were dealing with some mixed emotions after the game.. The bright spot certainly was the victory, one that sends the Wolves (25-4) one step closer
Meadowcreek boys head coach Billy Davis acknowledged his team has been involved in a lot of tight contests this season, usually ending up on the short end.
North Gwinnett started fast and finished strong in its opening game of the Class AAAAAA state playoffs with a solid 67-30 win over Lambert on Tuesday night.
Behind a physical, smothering defensive attack, Buford held Dawson County to single digits in three of the four quarters to come away with a 56-30 win over the Tigers on Friday night at North Hall High School.
SUWANEE -- The formula for Norcross' boys was simple on Friday night -- win their regular season finale against Collins Hill and capture the regular season title.. As it turned out, it was anything but simple.. Using a pair of key defensive stands in the final 11.6 seconds, Norcross held
Dacula boys head coach Russ Triaga was very open about how poorly his team played on Friday night in a loss to Central Gwinnett.
After securing a pair of Region 7-AAAAAA wins on Friday night over Collins Hill, the North Gwinnett basketball program logged two more region wins on Saturday.
When Buford's boys played at East Hall back on Dec. 11, the Wolves came away with an easy 102-60 win. Points were a lot more difficult to come by for the Wolves in the rematch on Wednesday night, but Buford (6-5, 3-0) found just enough for a 59-57 win.
After completing first semester final exams a couple weeks ago before Christmas break, Central Gwinnett and Mountain View girls had one more final on Saturday night.
SUGAR HILL — After falling to Lambert in the finals of the Lanier Holiday Tournament a year ago, Lanier’s boys had a chance at revenge on Saturday night.
Mountain View girls also reach championship game with victory