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- Myles Autry following his brother out of Tech
- Getting To Know ... James Tigue
- Lanier's Tillman picks Piedmont
- Parkview assistant Aurandt returns to parents' alma mater
- Trio continues Gwinnett tradition in national All-Star baseball game
- Brookwood LB Middleton commits to GSU
- Buford's Bennett picks West Virginia
- New Norcross softball coach Green returning to her Gwinnett roots
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- Maya Moore earns another WNBA weekly honor 9 hours, 2 minutes
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The Daily Post’s choices for the best from the 2014 boys high school track and field season
Jeremy McDuffie’s huge state meet sparked Shiloh to a dominating victory at the state high school track and field meet
His first three trips to the state track and field championship meet had not gone well for Bailey Vitatoe.
The Daily Post’s selections for the best in high school girls track and field from the 2014 season
Archer senior Akua Obeng-Akrofi is the Daily Post’s runner of the year for girls track and field
Collins Hill’s Bola Hambolu won the state championship in the long jump and was second in the triple jump this season