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Grayson boys, Brookwood girls take home region track and field titles

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.

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Grayson offense overpowers Parkview in girls soccer showdown

Grayson took sole possession over first place in Region 8-AAAAAA girls soccer with a win over Parkview late Thursday night

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Central boys take region lead with win in PKs

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.

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Former UGA QB Hutson Mason speaks at NG3 fundraiser

SNELLVILLE — There are many correlations of faith and the sports arena. Athletes point to the sky to give thanks, kneel in prayer and voice their thanks to the man above.

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Mountain View girls nearly knock off defending state champ McEachern | PHOTOS

It was a heavyweight battle, but in the end, McEachern kept its hopes alive for back-to-back state titles as it beat Mountain View 68-62 on Tuesday night in the quarterfinals of the Class AAAAAA playoffs.

Shiloh boys stifle Rockdale to earn quarterfinal berth

The Generals (26-3), who haven’t lost to a Georgia team this year, played strong defense in the second half, helping propel them to the win.

Parkview girls win heavyweight battle over Archer for third time, 47-46

SNELLVILLE — For the third time this season, Parkview and Archer went down to the wire. And for the third time this year, Parkview came out on top, 47-46, Saturday in the Region 8-AAAAAA girls’ championship game.

Archer beats Berkmar in four-OT thriller in Region 8-AAAAAA third-place game

SNELLVILLE — It sounds cliché, but Saturday’s third-place game in the Region 8-AAAAAA boys basketball tournament didn’t deserve to have a loser.

Second quarter surge leads Shiloh to region title over Dacula

SNELLVILLE — For three quarters, Shiloh and Dacula were neck-and-neck. The only problem was, Shiloh outscored Dacula 18-8 in the second quarter and the Falcons never recovered as Shiloh took home the Region 8-AAAAAA boys’ championship with a 60-49 win Saturday at Brookwood.

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Mountain View wrestler Flatt looking to finish with a state title

Mountain View senior Adam Flatt enters this week’s state meet with an unbeaten record, No. 1 seed

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