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- PREP ROUNDUP: Iceis Walker becomes first Mountain View player to 1,000 points
- Ofodile a big presence as Duluth boys basketball runs past Collins Hill
- Norcross holds onto top 7-AAAAAA boys basketball spot with win over Mill Creek
- Johnson, Norcross defeat Mill Creek in girls basketball
- Boyd embracing leadership role with rejiggered Spartans
- Fans Choice Boys Hoops Player of the Week: Archer's Aleem Ford
- Fans Choice Girls Hoops Player of the Week: GAC's Caeden Price
- RECRUITING NOTES: GAC up to 10 football commits
- Jones looking to further strengthen his legacy in Duluth's wrestling program
- Getting To Know ... Aimee Walthall
Parkview girls win battle of the big cats against Archer | PHOTOS 3 hours, 12 minutes ago
Year of adjustment helps Wayne earn her stripes for Archer girls basketball 2 days, 4 hours ago
Peachtree Ridge guard Aaron Augustin finally comfortable with his role 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Parkview's Fleming thrives in transition to swimmer 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Harris has become Parkview's vocal and emotional leader 3 weeks, 1 day ago
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- Johnson, Norcross defeat Mill Creek in girls basketball 2 hours, 20 minutes
- Norcross holds onto top 7-AAAAAA boys basketball spot with win over Mill Creek 2 hours, 24 minutes
- Ofodile a big presence as Duluth boys basketball runs past Collins Hill 2 hours, 56 minutes
- PREP ROUNDUP: Iceis Walker becomes first Mountain View player to 1,000 points 3 hours, 6 minutes
- Parkview girls win battle of the big cats against Archer | PHOTOS 3 hours, 12 minutes
- Boyd embracing leadership role with rejiggered Spartans 1 day, 2 hours
- Getting To Know ... Aimee Walthall 1 day, 2 hours
- Fans Choice Girls Hoops Player of the Week: GAC's Caeden Price 1 day, 2 hours
- Gwinnett Basketball Power Rankings, 1-29-15 1 day, 2 hours
- Mill Creek senior Rimmer to run for Piedmont 1 day, 2 hours
- Fans Choice Boys Hoops Player of the Week: Archer's Aleem Ford 1 day, 2 hours
- Gwinnett High School Basketball Standings, 1-29-15 1 day, 2 hours
- Retired football coaches bond at monthly breakfasts in Lawrenceville | PHOTOS 1 day, 8 hours
- HAMMOCK: Mill Creek grad Landis restarts college basketball career at 23 2 days, 4 hours
- Year of adjustment helps Wayne earn her stripes for Archer girls basketball 2 days, 4 hours
- WILL'S WORLD: Friday's matchups will reveal plenty
Three critical games will determine a lot in the Region ...
- WILL'S WORLD: Don't forget about Parkview
Though they're in an underdog role, the Panthers shouldn't be ...
- WILL'S WORLD: Boyd and the Milton saga
Former Berkmar coach often finds himself in the media spotlight
- WILL'S WORLD: Football tab time
A look back and a look ahead at the Gwinnett ...
- THE BLITZ: Questions and some answers for the season
The Blitz, staff writer Brandon Brigman's weekly high school football ...
- WILL'S WORLD: GAC, Mill Creek lose QBs already
The quarterback crop at two local schools has thinned already ...
- WILL'S WORLD: Shanteau, Olympic gold medalist, sounds good to me
New title would be a pretty nice honor for Parkview ...
- WILL'S WORLD: Rediscovering golf on the Gulf Coast
- WILL'S WORLD: GGC, Collins Hill Golf Club a perfect match
College could take advantage of another facility right down the ...
- WILL'S WORLD: Medal hunt begins for local Olympians
Gwinnett sends four athletes with high hopes to London
A large group of retired football coaches, most with ties to Gwinnett and DeKalb, enjoy the fellowship of monthly breakfasts in Lawrenceville
Tatiana Wayne is much more comfortable and contributing more in his second season at Archer
NG3 Organization provides character building for five county schools through community service and fellowship
Very rarely in life is one afforded the opportunity to feel like they’re the right person in the right situation at the exact right time, but Matt Williams knows that situation well
Parkview senior Morgan Fleming made the tough decision to give up soccer to focus on her promising swimming career
Parkview girls basketball star Vicki Harris isn’t shy. She’s rather outgoing actually.
Alex Frazier’s bio is filled with first-team that and all-tournament this. The list is long and impressive. It includes two-time Super Six selection and Region 8-AAAAAA player of the year.
Kareem Brewton and Josh Okogie have known each other since middle school.
The backyard battles are about as evenly matched as they can be. Meredith Schulte and her dad play a pretty similar game. They’re tall and have a smooth outside shot, but aren’t afraid to drive to the basket.
Now in his third year as a varsity starter, Peachtree Ridge junior point guard Aaron Augustin is much more comfortable with his surroundings.
Kentucky-bound Haley McInerny, a SwimAtlanta product, has high hopes for the final meets of her high school career at Peachtree Ridge
The Daily Post’s selections for the best in high school football from the 2014 season
Archer’s Dylan Singleton is the 2014 Daily Post Defensive Player of the Year
GAC’s Micah Abernathy is the 2014 Gwinnett Daily Post Offensive Player of the Year