From the outset of the season, the Duluth boys’ soccer team set out to shock the world.
The Rams won their first outright state soccer championship Saturday, defeating Lambert 5-0 at Anderson Field on the campus of Mercer University.
Grayson’s girls soccer team won an all-Gwinnett semifinal over Peachtree Ridge to reach the Class AAAAAA finals
Throughout Saturday’s Class AAAAAA quarterfinal matchup with Habersham Central, Duluth controlled the ball. However, the Wildcats couldn’t put one in the back of the net, instead settling for a win in penalty kicks, 4-2, to advance to the semifinals Tuesday where they will host Alpharetta.
Grayson girls soccer ended Harrison’s 39-game winning streak Friday night and avenged a loss to the Hoyas in last year’s state championship game
LOGANVILLE — Amanda Baker had four goals as Grayson advanced to the Class AAAAAA quarterfinals, defeating Lee County, 11-1, Tuesday at Grayson Community Stadium.
LOGANVILLE — Jennifer Westendorf scored three goals as Grayson routed North Gwinnett, 6-1, in the first round of the girls’ Class AAAAAA state soccer playoffs Tuesday at Grayson Community Stadium.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The teams that were leading heading into Day 2 of the Region 8-AAAAAA track and field meet were not the same teams that led at the conclusion of all events Thursday at Archer. The Grayson boys overcame a 17-point deficit and the Brookwood girls overcame a four-point deficit as each took home the team titles.
Grayson took sole possession over first place in Region 8-AAAAAA girls soccer with a win over Parkview late Thursday night
LILBURN — Central took control of Region 8-AAAAAA as it beat Parkview on penalty kicks, 4-3, to win Tuesday at the Big Orange Jungle.