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Will Hammock

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Archer looks to rebound against Peachtree Ridge

Peachtree Ridge makes its season debut, while Archer aims to improve on last week’s result

HAMMOCK: First week offered big boost for some Gwinnett football teams

North Gwinnett, Mountain View, Norcross, Lanier and Wesleyan among the football teams who feel good after their season openers

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Mountain View's Whitners push each other to athletic, academic success | VIDEO

Mountain View siblings Kielan and Kayla Whitner are standouts in athletics and in the classroom

Daily Post to live stream Mountain View-Parkview football game on Friday

The Daily Post will feature a broadcast of the Mountain View vs. Parkview high school football game this Friday in the first of four planned live streamed games this season

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Dacula reverses fortune with opening victory over Collins Hill | PHOTOS

Collins Hill vs. Dacula in high school football

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SUPER SIX FOOTBALL: Central Gwinnett senior Adonis Thomas a freakish athlete | VIDEO

Florida commitment Adonis Thomas’ impressive athletic ability makes him a force for Central Gwinnett

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Collins Hill, Dacula expect another close football game

Dacula hosts Collins Hill in Friday night’s season opener for both football teams

HAMMOCK: Runners deserve a suitable cross country course in Gwinnett

The lack of an available cross country course in Gwinnett has moved the county and region meets to Conyers this year

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2014 Collins Hill Football Preview

An in-depth look at the 2014 Collins Hill football team

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2014 Archer Football Preview

An in-depth look at the 2014 Archer football team

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'The Blitz' gives high school football fans a Saturday print edition

The Gwinnett Daily Post’s new publication, ‘The Blitz’, will give high school football fans their Saturday print edition full of local football

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2014 Mill Creek Football Preview

An in-depth look at the 2014 Mill Creek football team

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2014 Central Gwinnett Football Preview

An in-depth look at the 2014 Central Gwinnett football team

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2014 Lanier Football Preview

An in-depth look at the 2014 Lanier football team

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Gwinnett football aims for fifth straight title in largest classification

Gwinnett County football teams aim to maintain their stranglehold on the state championship trophy in Georgia’s largest classification

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2014 Brookwood Football Preview

An in-depth look at the 2014 Brookwood football team

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Longtime Gwinnett football coach Bill Lloyd passes away

Bill Lloyd, a native of Tennessee, coached at Brookwood, Collins Hill and Shiloh

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SUPER SIX FOOTBALL: Mill Creek senior, Auburn-bound Kaleb Kim aims for big year | VIDEO

Mill Creek senior and Auburn commitment Kaleb Kim has been one of Gwinnett County’s top offensive linemen since his sophomore season

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HAMMOCK: Gwinnett football's breakout players for 2014

Sports editor Will Hammock selects his rising stars from every Gwinnett football program

Tennessee-bound Bria Bush delivers for Buford softball team

Buford pitcher and Tennessee softball recruit Bria Bush has helped the Wolves to three straight state championships

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U.S. Amateur Championship puts pro golf on hold for Georgia Tech's Reeves

Former Peachtree Ridge and Georgia Tech golfer Seth Reeves has put his pro golf career on hold for a shot in the upcoming U.S. Amateur Championship

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HAMMOCK: Patient Chad Hall lands deal from Jacksonville Jaguars

Chad Hall of Wesleyan signed a free-agent contract with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday

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Providence Christian grad Stewart has big summer with USA Baseball

Christin Stewart had a big summer representing the U.S. in international baseball

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Parkview grad Palmer enjoying time with Pittsburgh Steelers

After a hectic lead up to the 2013 season, tight end Michael Palmer couldn’t be happier with the Pittsburgh Steelers

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Mill Creek defense improving under new coordinator Bill Stewart

Former Parkview defensive coordinator Bill Stewart now heads up the Mill Creek defense

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SwimAtlanta coach, founder Chris Davis picked for Georgia Aquatics Hall of Fame

Searching for a way to describe Chris Davis’ personality, Eric Shanteau pauses for a moment.

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Central Gwinnett football star Adonis Thomas chooses Florida Gators

Four-star recruit chooses Florida over Alabama.

HAMMOCK: U.S. Amateur Championship the latest big golf tourney for the Atlanta Athletic Club

The Atlanta Athletic Club, which has hosted its share of big golf tournaments, gets another one with the upcoming U.S. Amateur Championship

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Lanier announces baseball coach Longe as new athletic director

Head baseball coach Chad Longe has been hired as the new athletic and activities director at Lanier

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Bond Crosby Memorial Fund set up to help Meadowcreek programs

The friends and family of late Meadowcreek coach Bond Crosby have set up a fund where people can donate to help the Mustangs’ athletic programs

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Memorial services planned for late Meadowcreek baseball coach Crosby

Late Meadowcreek coach Bond Crosby’s family will honor him with two memorial services, one in Atlanta and one in his native Valdosta

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Young Meadowcreek baseball coach passes away after heart attack

Valdosta native Bond Crosby made a huge impact in his three years teaching and coaching three sports at Meadowcreek High School

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HAMMOCK: The Wall is legendary for Shanteau, others at SwimAtlanta

A large chunk of SwimAtlanta history is stenciled on the walls of the top club’s main facility in Lawrenceville

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Norcross grad Hernandez to play for New York Rhinos of National Pro Grid League

Norcross grad Irving Hernandez was one of the top selections by the New York Rhinos in the inaugural National Pro Grid League Draft

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Georgia Gwinnett College professor also a National Professional Grid League athlete

Georgia Gwinnett College professor Steve Platek was drafted into the inaugural National Pro Grid League, a new human racing league that has a TV deal with NBC Sports

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HAMMOCK: UGA Countdown to Kickoff caps big week for Bulldog football fans

The middle week of July is a big one for University of Georgia football fans, with UGA Day in Gwinnett, SEC Media Days and UGA Countdown to Kickoff

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Peachtree Corners resident works with live eagle mascot at Auburn

Cody Sommers moved to Auburn in early June when he was hired as a volunteer at the university’s renowned Southeastern Raptor Center. He interacts regularly with Auburn’s legendary golden eagle Nova (known as War Eagle VII) and bald eagle Spirit, who fly free over Jordan-Hare Stadium in one of college football’s most stunning pre-game traditions.

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Gwinnett Touchdown Club Fellowship Golf Tournament offers fun, benefits worthy cause

The fifth annual Gwinnett Touchdown Club Fellowship Golf Tournament was played this week at Summit Chase Country Club

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Grayson football rebounding from uncharacteristic season

Grayson saw its run of playoff appearances and double-figure win totals end last season, but the Rams are ready to get back on track this season

Greater Atlanta Christian quarterbacks continue competition at passing tourney

Greater Atlanta Christian will host a passing league tournament Thursday that features fellow Gwinnett schools Archer and Mountain View

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HAMMOCK: Time for another Gwinnett winner at GSGA State Amateur

Rick Cloninger’s win in 1999 remains the only Gwinnett victory in the state amateur, which is being held for the 93rd time this week

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Archer football fueled by breakthrough 2013 season

Archer had a historic 2013 football season, but it ended with a heartbreaking playoff defeat

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Greater Atlanta Christian ready for more challenging football schedule

After rolling through most of their 2013 schedule, the Greater Atlanta Christian Spartans have set up a more difficult 2014 slate

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Berkmar football seeking offensive improvement

A stout defense couldn’t overcome a struggling Berkmar offense during the 2013 season

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Shiloh football pushing for more success, playoff berth

Shiloh hopes to continue its improvements under Troy Hobbs, entering his third season as the Generals’ head coach

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HAMMOCK: Duluth's Nick Green ready for life after pro baseball

After 15 years of professional baseball, Duluth grad Nick Green is focusing on the next phase of his life

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Former South Gwinnett star Williams traded by hometown Hawks

Lou Williams planned a long stay with the hometown Hawks, but the business side of basketball dictated otherwise

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Year of growth should boost Wesleyan football team's offense

Wesleyan’s offense was extremely young last season, leaving high hopes for improvement in 2014

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Dacula football wants a repeat of 2013 success

Dacula was the surprise of 2013 with a state quarterfinal run on the heels of a 1-9 season

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Mill Creek lineman Fannin commits to Middle Tennessee football

A second member of Mill Creek’s offensive line made a top college commitment